Missing data are common in physics, and may bring significant data analysis problems for high-precision experiments. For instance, such issues have been known in cosmology (e.g. for CMB or Weak Lensing analyses), astrophysics (e.g. in asteroseismology), and are expected for upcoming gravitation experiments (such as LISA Pathfinder and MICROSCOPE).
The workshop aims to bring physicists and experts in missing data problems.
It is open to every interested scientist working in the fields of physics, astrophysics, geophysics, and data analysis.
April 20: registration closed.
May 11-12: workshop.
Because of limited space, participants number will be restricted to 25.
Registration is open until April 20, 2015, or until all slots are filled (with priority given to students).
Registration can be performed from the main menu on the left-hand side.
There are no registration fees. Some financial and/or lodging support may be available for students. Please contact us for more detail.
Abstract for talks can be posted from the link on the left.