Keynote speakers

Mark de Rooij

Mark de Rooij is professor of Artificial Intelligence and Data Theory at the Institute of Psychology at Leiden University. At this moment his research focusses on two main themes: 1) logistic multidimensional analysis with a special emphasis on distance representations and 2) using stacking methodology to multiview learning.

keynote title
Logistic Multidimensional Data Analysis
Mark

Brendan Murphy

Brendan Murphy is Professor of Statistics at University College Dublin. His research interests lie in model-based clustering, classification and latent variable modelling. He works on applications in the social and biological sciences.

keynote title
Title: Model-based clustering of multivariate count data
Narine

Narine Yegoryan

Narine Yegoryan obtained her Ph.D. at Humboldt University Berlin and is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the same institution. Her research interests lie in quantitative marketing, discrete choice modeling, and behavioral economics. Her work focuses on behavioral biases, in general, and limited attention, in particular, and their effect on consumer choice.

keynote title
When Zeros Count: Confounding in Preference Heterogeneity and Attribute Non-Attendance
Narine