The biennial International Conference on Monte Carlo Methods and Applications (MCM) (formerly IMACS Seminar on Monte Carlo Methods) is one of the most prominent conference series devoted to research on the mathematical aspects of stochastic simulation and Monte Carlo methods.


The conference will take place in Paris, 26-30 June 2023.

This 14th Edition aims to cover traditional topics of MCM conferences (Computational statistical physics, Quasi Monte Carlo methods, Markov Chain Monte Carlo in high dimension, Multilevel methods, Rare events simulation, Stochastic gradient and other stochastic optimization methods…) as well as emerging topics coming from applications and from artificial intelligence as: Generative models, Experimental design in Uncertainty Quantification, Monte Carlo simulations and High Performance computing, Reinforcement learning and control, Statistical learning and Monte Carlo sampling, Economic and industrial applications (Deeptech, finance, medicine, climate risks for instance).

 Contact email: mcm2023@sciencesconf.org

Keynote Speakers

  Tamara Broderick Madalina Deaconu Elena Di Bernardino
Sophie Donnet Arnaud Doucet Michael Gnewuch Wenzel Jakob
  Linda Petzold Gareth Roberts Jesus Maria Sanz Serna


Important dates


  • July 7th, 2023: pdf of presentations and posters are now available (with the agreement of presenters)
  • June 13th, 2023: book of abstracts is available here!
  • April 29th, 2023:  Program is available here!
  • April 4th, 2023: we are receiving a very large number of requests for registration.
    • If you are a speaker, a poster presenter or an Minisymposium organizer, you have priority to register. You can proceed to fees payment in order to finalize your registration.
    • If you are a simple new participant and you ask for a registration via the sciencesconf website, we cannot guarantee the admissibility of your registration at this time. Do not pay your registration fees, we will confirm as soon as possible -- and at the latest in early May -- if we can register you or not. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Abstracts submission (see detailed instructions on Submit an abstract) - Now over.

For thematic minisymposia (3 or 4 talks, 30 minutes each including Q&A): submission deadline on December 31, 2022. Acceptance by end of January 2023. The list of accepted minisymposia is made avaibable here.

For contributed presentations (30' talk or poster): submission deadline on February 28, 2023. Acceptance by end of March 2023. See results at Contributed talks and posters

Registrations. The registration module is open (July 1st, 2022).Registration fees are 80€ for PhD students and 170€ for other participants, see details here.

Payments. Here is the link to the secured payment platformRegistrations will be confirmed once the payment will be made (deadline end of April 2023). 

Conference dinner on Thursday June 29th. A wonderful conference dinner has been planned on Paris river Seine, which is a unique way to discover Paris from its very heart. Don't miss this great opportunity! 


Program Committee

Elena Akhmatskaya (BCAM)


Mireille Bossy (INRIA)

Freddy Bouchet (CNRS & ENS Lyon)


Ronald Cools (KU Leuven)

Pierre l'Ecuyer (Université de Montréal)


Gersende Fort (CNRS, Toulouse)

Mike Giles (University of Oxford)


Stefan Heinrich (Universität Kaiserslautern)

Alexander Keller (NVIDIA Research)


Allessandro Lazaric (INRIA and Facebook)

Adeline Leclercq Samson (Université Grenoble Alpes)


Ben Leimkuhler (University of Edinburgh)

Gabriel Lord (Radboud University)


Thomas Müller-Gronbach (University of Passau)

Art Owen (Stanford University)


Robert Scheichl (University of heidelberg)

Wolfgang Schmid (University of Salzburg)




Stéphanie ALLASSONNIERE: Applied Mathematics and Statistics, School of medicine, Université Paris Cité;

Jean-Francois CHASSAGNEUX: Laboratoire de Probabilités, Statistique et Modélisation, Université Paris Cité;

Florence FORBES: Statify team, INRIA Grenoble Rhone-Alpes;

Emmanuel GOBET: Center for Applied Mathematics, Ecole polytechnique, Institut polytechnique de Paris;

Benjamin JOURDAIN: CERMICS, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech;

Tony LELIEVRE: CERMICS, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech;

Gilles PAGES: Laboratoire de Probabilités, Statistique et Modélisation, Sorbonne Université.


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