This workshop aims to provide a multidisciplinary forum for researchers from disparate fields to discuss recent advances in decision making, identify research challenges, and explore potential collaborations.
We invite contributed talks on topics including but not limited to the following:
We also invite submissions of original research articles to a special issue of the Annals of Operations Research, which is on the same topic as the workshop. A CFP for the special issue will be forthcoming.
Register using the link below to join us in the workshop.
Iadine Chadès, Principal Research Scientist, CSIRO
Iadine's research is at the forefront of linking domain sciences such as ecology, epidemiology, synthetic biology with quantitative tools from the field of artificial intelligence (AI). She develops AI methods to provide guidance on how to make smart decisions under imperfect knowledge and resource constraints.
Alan Hájek, Professor, Australian National University
Alan Hájek's research interests include the philosophical foundations of probability and decision theory, epistemology, the philosophy of science, metaphysics, and the philosophy of religion. His paper "What Conditional Probability Could Not Be" won the 2004 American Philosophical Association Article Prize for "the best article published in the previous two years" by a "younger scholar". The Philosopher's Annual selected his "Waging War on Pascal's Wager" as one of the ten best articles in philosophy in 2003.
Deadline for submission: 17 June 2022
Notification of accepted submissions: 21 June 2022
Hanna Kurniawati, ANU
Marcus Hoerger, UQ
Dirk Kroese, UQ
Jerzy Filar, UQ
The Australian Research Council