Tuesday 3 May 2011
10.00
Coffee, danish pastries, and introductions

Darwin Lower Ground Lobby
11.00
Session 1 Chair
Michael Hirsch
Darwin Biochemistry
Lecture Theatre
11.00
Welcome
Anthony Finkelstein


Proposed workshop goals for machine learners
Michael Hirsch


Proposed workshop goals for cosmologists
Sarah Bridle


Introductions
All


Introduction to the Unconference
Joe Zuntz

11.30
Unsolved Problems in Cosmic Microwave Background Analysis
Joe Zuntz

12.00
Monte Carlo Techniques for Cosmologists
Mark Girolami

12.30
Discussion


13.00
Lunch

North Cloisters
14.00
Session 2 Chair
Stefan Harmeling
Darwin Biochemistry LT
14.00
Unsolved Problems in Cosmology Data Analysis
Martin Hendry

14.30
Approximate Inference In Bayesian Statistics for Cosmologists
Manfred Opper

15.00
Discussion


15.30
Tea

Darwin Lower Ground Lobby
16.00
Session 3 Chair
Barney Rowe
Darwin Biochemistry LT
16.00
Source Separation for Multi-Spectral Image Data with Application
to Extraction of the Cosmic Microwave Background
Simon Wilson

16.15
A New Bayesian Hierarchical Model for Cosmological
ParameterExtraction from Supernova Ia Data
Roberto Trotta
/ Marisa March

16.30
From Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Rays to Adaptive MCMC
Algorithms for Bayesian Mixture Learning
Balazs Kegl

16.45
Discussion


17.30
Close



Wednesday 4 May 2011
9.00
Coffee, croissants and discussion

Darwin Lower Ground Lobby
9.30
Session 4 Chair
David Parkinson
Darwin Biochemistry LT
9.30
Unsolved Problems in Galaxy Surveys SDSS and LSST
Tamas Budavari

10.00
Optimization and Estimation for Structured Statistical Models
Sebastian Nowozin

10.30
Discussion


11.00
Coffee

Darwin Lower Ground Lobby
11.30
Session 5 Chair
Martin Kilbinger

11.30
Galaxy Cluster Cosmology with Supervised Classification
of Galaxy Cluster Morphology and Inclination
Dalia Chakrabarty

11.45
A Cosmological "Dinner Party Problem":
Extracting Information From Galaxy Spectra
Ignacio Ferreras

12.00
Photometric Redshift Estimaton using Gaussian Processes
David Bonfield

12.15
Discussion


13.00
Lunch

North Cloisters
14.00
Session 6 Chair
John Shawe-Taylor
Pearson Videocon Suite
14.00
Unsolved Problems in Cosmology Data Analysis
Phil Marshall

14.30
Nonparametric Bayesian Methods for Cosmologists
Iain Murray

15.00
Discussion


15.30
Tea

North Cloisters
16.00
Session 7 Chair
Frederic Courbin
Pearson Videocon Suite
16.00
The GREAT10 Challenge for Computer Scientists
Tom Kitching

16.30
Discussion


17.00
Drinks reception

North Cloisters

Thursday 5 May 2011
GREAT10 Unconference (Haldane Room)
9.00
Coffee, danish pastries
9.30
Session 1
Session 2

Gaussian Process Tutorial (Tomasz Kacprzak)
Interpolation and PSF Modelling Tutorial
(Barney Rowe)

Kriging Tutorial (Marc Gentile)
Introduction to Nonlinear Dimensionality Reduction
(Stefan Harmeling)
13.00
Lunch
14.00
Session 1
Session 2

Population MCMC Sampling (Martin Kilbinger)
GREAT10 Submissions (Thomas Kitching)
Discussion about the future of GREAT challenges
15.00
Coffee Break
15.30
Session 1
Session 2

Introduction to PyMC (Joe Zuntz)
Approximate Bayesian Inference Discussion (Sarah Bridle)
Density Estimation Discussion
16.30
Future perspectives of CMML

Friday 6 May 2011
Tea, coffee, biscuits, wifi, electricity will be provided (Haldane Room)