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These pages contain some information about the main events organized by SIPTA, including special sessions and tutorials devoted to Imprecise Probability and organized by SIPTA members.

Conferences and Schools

ISIPTA Conferences

The International Symposium on Imprecise Probability: Theories and Applications* (ISIPTA) is organized every odd year, since 1999. These meetings are one of the primary international forums to present and discuss new results on the theories and applications of imprecise probability.

The next symposium, ISIPTA '17 will be held in Lugano, Switzerland, During 10-14 July 2017. It will be collocated with the ECSQARU 2017 conference. Paper submission deadline is February 21, 2017.

Information on the past symposia is available at:

*The old name of the conference, before ISIPTA '05, was International Symposium on Imprecise Probabilities and Their Applications.
**These proceeding have been accepted for indexing to the ISI Web of knowledge.

SIPTA Schools

The SIPTA School on Imprecise Probabilities is organized every even year, since 2004. The aim of the school is to introduce interested students with the basics of imprecise probability topics, both theoretical and applied.

Some of the best specialists in different aspects of imprecise probabilities lecture, during one or two weeks time, on the main concepts and techniques associated to their area of expertise, in a friendly environment favoring interaction between participants. An important part of the time is devoted to the resolution of proposed exercises involving applied problems.

The 8th SIPTA school on Imprecise Probabilities location and dates will be announced as soon as they are known.

Information on the previous schools is available at:

Special sessions, related conferences and tutorials

IP Special Sessions, related conferences and tutorials.

This section gathers information about conferences, special sessions, and tutorials organized by SIPTA members in upcoming conferences or that may be of interest to the SIPTA community.

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