MCQMC 2016, Stanford
12th International Conference on Monte Carlo and Quasi-Monte Carlo
  Methods in Scientific Computing. Stanford, California, August 14-19, 2016
Scientific: Home | Plenaries | Tutorials | Key dates | Program
When you're here: Venue | Wireless | Shuttles | Parking | Bicycle | Lunch | Dinners | Reception | Banquet
Getting here: Registration | Support | Hotel | From SFO | Local attractions
Committees etc.: About MCQMC | Sponsors | Organizing | Steering | Scientific
Now its over: Proceedings | Contest results | Plenary + Tutorial slides | Photos

The MCQMC Conference is a bienniel meeting on Monte Carlo and quasi-Monte Carlo methods. It usually attracts 150 to 200 mathematicians, computer scientists, statisticians and researchers in related fields. There is more information in the about MCQMC tab. The conference focusses on the topics below.


Special sessions (minisymposia) and contributed talks

We are accepting proposals for minisymposia of three or four related talks. We are also accepting proposals for individual talks. Be sure to check the key dates. The procedures and criteria for contributed talks and special sessions are here. For accepted talks, we will ask later for an abstract suitable for inclusion in the program book.

MCQMC 2016 Poster (PDF)

Here is a beautiful 3 minute video of the Stanford campus. (NB: sometimes that link serves an ad.)

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Stanford images: Hoover tower, Li Ka Shing center, the dish