December 11-13, 1995
The efficiency of Monte Carlo methods can often be improved by using uniformly scattered deterministic points instead of pseudo-random points. These quasi-Monte Carlo methods (also known as number-theoretic methods) have been applied to a variety of numerical and statistical problems, including design of experiments, statistical inference, multidimensional quadrature, optimization and simulation.
This fall a workshop will be held at Hong Kong Baptist University to discuss the latest developments in quasi-Monte Carlo methods. The invited speakers include:
The registration fee for this workshop is HK$600 (US$78), which includes conference materials, lunches and a banquet. Those wishing to contribute a paper should contact either of the organizers: