BAYSM 2013 showcased the talents of MSc students, PhD students, and early career post-doctoral researchers. The talks were wide reaching and very varied, ranging from ice-core dating, to ecology, to theoretical Bayes, to biostatistics, and the posters on display were equally diverse.
This was the first BAYSM conference; in September 2014, the second BAYSM conference will be held at Vienna University of Economics and Business in Austria. For any young Bayesian, this is an ideal conference to showcase your work in a friendly environment, while also leaning about publishing and presenting from well-seasoned experts.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Boggis