10:00 
Workshop Registration 
10:4511:15 
Refreshments 
11:1512:15 
Radford Neal (University of Toronto)
"Tutorial on Monte Carlo Applications in Statistics" 
12:152:00 
Lunch 
2:003:00 
Alistair Sinclair (University of California, Berkeley)
"Polynomial Time Algorithms Via Markov Chain Monte Carlo" 
3:004:00 
XiaoLi Meng (University of Chicago)
"The Art of Data Augmentation" 
4:004:30 
Afternoon Tea 
4:305:30 
Stuart Whittington (University of Toronto)
"Tutorial on Monte Carlo Applications in Statistical Physics" 
9:4510:45 
David Ceperley (University of Illinois)
"Random Walks with Uncertain Probabilities" 
10:4511:15 
Coffee Break 
11:1512:15 
Gareth Roberts (University of Cambridge)
"Slice Sampler Markov Chains" 
12:152:00 
Lunch 
2:003:00 
Radford Neal (University of Toronto)
"Review of Exact Sampling Methods" 
3:004:00 
Jesper Moller (Aalborg University)
"A Review on Perfect Simulation for Spatial Processes" 
4:004:30 
Afternoon Tea 
4:305:30 
Duncan Murdoch (University of Western Ontario)
"Exact Sampling for Bayesian Inference: Dominated CFTP" 
5:306:30 
Reception 
9:4510:45 
Antonietta Mira (University of Minnesota / Insubria University, Italy)
"Ordering Monte Carlo Markov Chains" 
10:4511:15 
Coffee Break 
11:1512:15 
Jim Fill (The Johns Hopkins University)
"Perfect Sampling Algorithms and Two Notions of Monotonicity" 
12:152:00 
Lunch

12:15 
Afternoon is Free Time 
9:4510:45 
Julian Besag (University of Washington, Seattle)
"Exact Markov Chain Monte Carlo pvalues" 
10:4511:45 
Coffee Break and Poster Session (Posters may remain posted all day) 
11:4512:30 
Anthony Kennedy (University of Edinburgh)
"Tutorial on Lattice Field Theory Monte Carlo" 
12:302:00 
Lunch 
1:302:30 
Karl Jansen (CERN)
"The Polynomial Hybrid Monte Carlo Algorithm" 
3:004:00 
Anthony Kennedy (University of Edinburgh)
"Monte Carlo Algorithms and NonLocal Actions" 
4:004:30 
Afternoon Tea 
9:4510:45 
David Wilson (Microsoft)
"Mixing Times of Tiling and Card Shuffling Markov Chains" 
10:4511:15 
Coffee Break 
11:1512:15 
Stuart Whittington (University of Toronto)
"Speeding up Convergence in MCMC  Some Case Studies From Statistical
Mechanics" 
12:142:00 
Lunch 
2:003:00 
Bernd Berg (Florida State University)
"Recent Devlopments in Multicanonical and Related Methods" 
3:004:00 
Problem Session 
4:004:30 
Afternoon Tea and End of Conference 