Finding thetas in Europe

I love the name of this conference $-$ that’s one of the geeky-est things I’ve ever heard! The organisers are social scientists and aim at building a scientific network of (European) Bayesian applied statisticians. I may even go…

The only thing I would complain about is the logo:

First of all, there’s only one $\theta$ in it, so to find more than one is quite difficult. Also, with such a big $\theta$ covering most of Europe, it doesn’t really take a scientist to find it, does it?

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