International Symposium of Forecasting, University of Oxford
Last week I attended the 42nd International Symposium of Forecasting at the University of Oxford. This was my first in-person conference since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. I met many colleagues and friends and listened to many inspiring talks.
I presented two papers myself and co-authored four others presented by my colleagues and Ph.D. students.
Below you can access these presentations:
Probabilistic Forecasting of hourly Emergency Departement arrivals, in collaboration with Jethro Browell & Ivan Svetunkov
Forecasting for unplanned care: a literature review, in collaboration with Mingzhe Shi and Daniel Gartner
Revisiting forecasting for Emergency Department staffing, in collaboration with Shixuan Wang and Stephen Disney
Forecasting for lead-time period by temporal aggregation: Whether to combine and how, in collaboration with Thanos Goltsos and Shixuan Wang