Location : IRIT, Auditorium Herbrand, Ground floor

Wednesday 27 May 2015 :

  • 09:00 Introduction (Inés Couso)
  • 09:30 Matthias Troffaes (University of Durham, UK)
    Solving practical decision problems under severe uncertainty : some applications of imprecise probability in the environmental and engineering sciences.
  • 10:30 Break
  • 11:00 Jean-Michel Loubes (IMT-UPS Toulouse)
    Comparing probabilities with Wasserstein distance : deformations and Barycenters.
  • 14:00 Thomas  Augustin (University of Munich, Germany)
    Imprecise Probability in Statistical Modelling : A Critical Review
  • 15:00 M. Serrurier (IRIT Toulouse)
     Imprecise probabilities and machine learning : a tradeoff between accuracy and epistemic  uncertainty
  • 15:45  Break
  • 16:15 Gilles Mauris (Université de Savoie)
    Revisiting some conventional statistical notions in the framework of possibility theory

Thursday 28 May 2015 :

  • 09:00 Serafin Moral (University of Granada, Spain)
    Likelihood Based Methods and the Learning of Credal Networks.
  • 10:00 Break
  • 10:30 Aurelien Garivier  (IMT-UPS Toulouse)
     Optimism in Reinforcement Learning and Kullback-Leibler Divergence
  • 11:15 Sébastien Destercke (UTC Compiègne)
     Cost-sensitive classification: recent advances
  • 14:00 Alessandro Antonucci (IDSIA, Lugano, Switzerland)
     Bayesian networks with imprecise probabilities: theory and applications to knowledge-based systems and classification
  • 15:00 Thierry Denoeux (UTC Compiègne)
     Statistical estimation and prediction using belief functions
  • 15:45  Break
  • 16:15 R. Guillaume, D. Dubois (IRIT Toulouse)
     Robust parameter estimation of density functions under  interval  observations

Friday 29 May 2015 :

  • 09:00 Gert De Cooman (Ghent University, Belgium)
     A martingale-theoretic approach to discrete-time stochastic processes with imprecise probabilities
  • 10:00 Break
  • 10:30 Hélène Fargier (IRIT-UPS Toulouse) & Olivier Spanjaard (LIP6 Université P. M Curie, Paris)
     Resolute Choice in Sequential Decision Problems with Multiple Priors
  • 11:15 D. Dubois , H. Fargier R. Guillaume (IRIT-UPS Toulouse)
     Deciding under ignorance: for or against resolute choice ?
  • 14:00 Eric Chojnacki (IRNS, Cadarache)
     Why bother with non-probabilistic models in risk analysis ?
  • 14:45 Olivier Strauss (LiRMM,Montpellier)
     Possibilistic signal processing: how to handle scant sensor knowledge
  • 15:30 Round table Do we need imprecise probabilities?