EcoDep 2022 Conference on Networks Reconstruction

June 22-24, 2022 (ecodep calendar)

Room C22-04, University Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne,
90 Rue de Tolbiac, 75013 Paris.

ECODEP CYU, Organised by:
Paul Doukhan (CYU)
Julien Randon-Furling (SAMM Paris 1)
Federico Maddanu (CYU)
Joseph Rynkiewicz (SAMM Paris 1)


Abstracts Book / YouTube Records (by session)


The conference will be a physical event but it will be also online and recorded.
To connect click on the corresponding Zoom session of ecodep calendar.
Registration is totally free but mandatory. Physical participants are totally invited to all the issues of the conference. Applicants are asked to complete registrations with affiliation and location.

Poster sessions will allow young researchers to present their current work; an oral 5 minutes presentation will allow them to present the posters. Apply by email to Paul Doukhan.
This Conference aims at considering issues related with networks reconstruction for Ecology. Issues considered include
- models of ecological networks
- models of abundance
- estimation of time series and random fields
- non identifiable models,
- statistical learning,
- partly observed models

An Abstracts Book contains all the necessary information

Schedule Morning 10:00-13:00/Afternoon 15:00-18:00.
- June 22 Morning
    Camille Coron (Université Paris Sud, Orsay) Biodiversity monitoring using citizen data
    Marie-Pierre Etienne (AgroParisTech, Rennes),
    Guillaume Franchi (ENSAI, Rennes),
- June 22 Afternoon
    Pablo Marquet (Catholic University, Santiago, Chile)
    Daniel Valencia (Catholic University, Las Cruces, Chile)
    Mara Freilich (Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego)
    Posters
- June 23 Morning
    Pierre Jacob (ESSEC, Cergy)
    Pierre Alquier (Riken AIP, Tokyo)
    Catherine Aaron (University Clermont-Auvergne)
- June 23 Afternoon
    Anton Klimovsky (University of Stuttgart)
    Julien Randon Furling (University Panthéon Sorbonne, Paris)
    Federico Maddanu (Cergy University)
- June 24 Morning
    Lionel Truquet (ENSAI, Rennes)
    Denys Pommeret (Marseille University and ISFA Lyon)
    Laurence Reboul (Marseille and Cergy Universities)
- June 24 Afternoon
    Natalia Bahamonde (PUCV, Valparaiso)
    Jean-Marc Bardet (University Panthéon Sorbonne, Paris)
    Felix Cheysson (LPSM, Paris, France)
    Arnaud Dragicevic (INRAE, Aubière and CIRANO, Montréal)
   Posters
   Sara Fallet
   Thi Hien Nguyen
   Yérali Gandica
   Sebastian Kuhnert
   Raphaël Langhendries
Cocktail (June 22, 17:30)
Conference dinner (June 23, 20:00)

Talks
Catherine Aaron (University Clermont-Auvergne)
Local Convex Hull density, support and level set estimation
Pierre Alquier (Riken AIP, Tokyo)
Robust estimation via minimum distance estimation
Natalia Bahamonde (PUCV, Valparaiso)
On the Consistency of Least Squares Estimator in Models Sampled at Random Times Driven by Long Memory Noise: The Jittered Case
Jean-Marc Bardet (University Panthéon Sorbonne, Paris)
Efficient and consistent model selection procedures for time series
Felix Cheysson (LPSM, Paris, France)
Comparing CART trees by subsampling
Camille Coron (Université Paris-Sud)
Biodiversity monitoring using citizen data
Arnaud Dragicevic (INRAE, Aubière and CIRANO, Montréal)
Stochastic Control of Ecological Networks
Marie-Pierre Etienne (AgroParisTech, Rennes)
Guillaume Franchi (ENSAI, Rennes)
Modelling of abundances through a GLM model.
Mara Freilich (Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego)
Inferring ecological networks using spatiotemporal data: Insights from intertidal observations and a stochastic model
Pierre Jacob (ESSEC, Cergy)
Bayesian inference with models made of modules
Anton Klimovsky (University of Stuttgart)
Stochastic modelling of evolving networks using graph limits
Federico Maddanu (CY University, Cergy-Pontoise)
Time trends in atmospheric ethane
Pablo Marquet (Catholic University, Santiago, Chile)
Deny Pommeret (Marseille University and ISFA Lyon)
Mixed Deep Gaussian Mixture Models
Julien Randon Furling (University Panthéon Sorbonne, Paris)
On a first hit distribution of the running maximum of Brownian motion
Laurence Reboul (Aix-Marseille and Cergy Universities)
Estimation of Pickands dependence function of bivariate extremes under mixing conditions
Lionel Truquet (ENSAI, Rennes)
Nonparametric inference for general categorical time series with time-varying parameters
Daniel Valencia (Catholic University, Las Cruces, Chile)