In the near (and not so near) future, I will be speaking at ENAR in Washington, D. C. (March 2017), as well as JSM in Baltimore. The ENAR talk will be over some ongoing work dealing with a Bayesian binary regression approach to label fusion in structural neuroimaging. The JSM talk, on the other hand, will delve into my “other half,” so to speak. I will be presenting some recent work on “state-aware” calibration of computer models, done in collaboration with my civil engineering colleague here at Clemson.
I hope to see you there!