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June 2020

2020 Symposium on Data Science & Statistics (Virtual)


Event Dates:  Wednesday  June 03 - Friday  June 05
City: Pittsburgh   State: Pennsylvania   Country: USA
Event Type:  Meeting
ASA Sponsored:  Yes
 

The American Statistical Association and Interface Foundation of North America will hold the third annual Symposium on Data Science and Statistics in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 3 - 6, 2020. SDSS provides a unique opportunity for data scientists, computer scientists, and statisticians to come together and exchange ideas.

For more info click here: ww2.amstat.org/meetings/sdss/2020/
 
Submitter: ASA Meetings
Phone: 7036841221
Email: meetings@amstat.org
 
Contact: ASA Meetings
Phone: 7036841221
Email: meetings@amstat.org
 

Virtual International Statistical Ecology Conference (ISEC2020)


Event Dates:  Monday  June 22 - Friday  June 26
City: Sydney   State: International   Country: Australia
Event Type:  Meeting
ASA Sponsored:  No
 

The International Statistical Ecology Conference is a biennial meeting of researchers at the interface between ecology and statistics. At ISEC2020 we have planned an exciting list of keynote speakers that bridge these two disciplines, as well as training opportunities for attendees, a forum for interdisciplinary collaboration, and a healthy dose of fun.

For more info click here: www.isec2020.org/
 
Submitter: David Warton
Phone: +61405781724
Fax: +61293857123
Email: isec2020@unsw.edu.au
 
Contact: David Warton
Phone: +61405781724
Fax: +61293857123
Email: isec2020@unsw.edu.au
 

Open Problems in Parametric Likelihood-Based Inference


Event Dates:  Thursday  June 25 - Saturday  June 27
City: St. Louis   State: Missouri   Country: USA
Event Type:  Workshops & Seminars
ASA Sponsored:  No
 

The purpose of this event is to bring together the world's foremost experts in classical parametric likelihood-based inference in order to discuss and advertise important open problems. Relevant areas of interest include likelihood asymptotics (and higher-order asymptotics), foundations of likelihood theory, issues in computation and implementation for existing parametric likelihood inference procedures, application areas where existing likelihood-based inference procedures are inadequate, and other topics which are primarily concerned with frequentist parametric likelihood-based inference. Rather than conventional talks promoting recent research, the workshop will feature invited speakers, representing many research groups in different countries, discussing open problems from a historical perspective. There will also be discussion panels and small group sessions. The goal of the workshop is to produce an authoritative, intellectually- and geographically-inclusive document, co- authored by all participants, which explains the open problems discussed at the workshop, and provides some consensus assessment about their importance. This document is intended to serve as a guide for new researchers, journal editors, and decision makers at funding agencies, many of whom may not be familiar with the state of classical parametric likelihood theory, or what type of result would constitute a major breakthrough. The event will also advertise the beauty and maturity of this foundational field of statistical inference, and emphasize that there are many active research groups around the world.

For more info click here: www.math.wustl.edu/~kuffner/events.html
 
Submitter: Todd Kuffner
Email: kuffner@wustl.edu
 
Contact: Todd Kuffner
Email: kuffner@wustl.edu
 

July 2020

Virtual Data Science and Statistical Visualization


Event Dates:  Wednesday  July 29 - Friday  July 31
City: Durham   State: North Carolina   Country: USA
Event Type:  Meeting
ASA Sponsored:  No
 

The fifth DSSV conference will be jointly organized by the International Association for Statistical Computing and the Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute. It will focus upon topics related to visualization and data science. There will be a half-day shortcourse on topics in data science. Inquiries should be sent to dssv2020@samsi.info.

For more info click here: www.samsi.info/programs-and-activities/research-workshops/2020-data-science-statistics-and-visualisation-conference-july-29-31-2020/
 
Submitter: David Banks
Phone: 919.436.4662
Fax: 984.244.7285
Email: dlbanks@duke.edu
 
Contact: Sue McDonald
Phone: 919.436.4662
Email: sue@samsi.info
 

August 2020

2020 Joint Statistical Meetings (Virtual)


Event Dates:  Saturday  August 01 - Thursday  August 06
City: Philadelphia   State: Pennsylvania   Country: USA
Event Type:  JSM
ASA Sponsored:  Yes
 

JSM (the Joint Statistical Meetings) is the largest gathering of statisticians held in North America. It is held jointly with the American Statistical Association, the International Biometric Society (ENAR and WNAR), the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, the Statistical Society of Canada, the International Chinese Statistical Association, the International Indian Statistical Association, the Korean International Statistical Association, the International Society for Bayesian Analysis, Royal Statistical Society and the International Statistical Institute. Attended by over 6000 people, meeting activities include oral presentations, panel sessions, poster presentations, professional development courses, an exhibit hall, the Career Service, society and section business meetings, committee meetings, social activities, and networking opportunities. Philadelphia is the host city for 2020 JSM and offers a wide range of possibilities for sharing time with friends and colleagues. For information, contact jsm@amstat.org or phone toll-free (888) 231- 3473.

 
Submitter: ASA Meetings
Phone: 703-684-1221
Email: meetings@amstat.org
 
Contact: ASA Meetings
Phone: 703-684-1221
Email: meetings@amstat.org
 

41st Annual Conference of the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics (ISCB)


Event Dates:  Sunday  August 23 - Thursday  August 27
City: Krakow   State: International   Country: Poland
Event Type:  Meeting
ASA Sponsored:  No
 

The conference offers opportunities to discuss analytical challenges encountered in research and methods developed to address these issues, and to interact with world leaders in different fields of biostatistics. In Plenary Sessions researchers will address topics debated in modern biostatistics: in the President's Invited talk Miguel A. Hernan (Harvard) will discuss using Causal Inference to learn from real-world evidence, and the Keynote Speakers Frank Harrell Jr. (Vanderbilt) and Trevor Hastie (Stanford) will exchange views on the relationships between Statistical Modelling and Machine Learning. In the Invited Sessions, leaders in their fields will provide comprehensive views of recent methodological developments in both traditional areas of biostatistics (survival analysis, longitudinal and observational data, clinical trials, efficient designs, dealing with measurement errors and other data deficiencies) and the fields of big data and functional analysis, omics and personalized medicine, and Bayesian modelling of infectious diseases. Other sessions will focus on concept of 'statistical significance', on reconciling evidence from randomized controlled trials and from population-based observational studies of drug safety/effectiveness, and on challenges related to causal inference in the presence of unmeasured confounding. Pre-conference Short Courses on Absolute Risks, High-dimensional Data, Measurement Errors, and Statistical Modelling will be given by experts. Mini-Symposia on data science, analyses of observational data, statistical methods for pharmaco-epidemiology/-economics, high-dimensional data, and meta-analyses completes the program. The Early Career Researchers' Day provides a unique opportunity for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and biostatisticians at the beginning of their career to share experiences, discuss opportunities and challenges, and practise their presentation skills.

For more info click here: iscb2020.info/
 
Submitter: Agnieszka Dorynska
Phone: 0048124332838
Fax: 0048124332838
Email: office@iscb2020.info
 
Contact: Agnieszka Dorynska
Phone: 0048124332838
Fax: 0048124332838
Email: office@iscb2020.info
 

Duke Industry Statistics Symposium


Event Dates:  Wednesday  August 26 - Friday  August 28
City: Durham   State: North Carolina   Country: USA
Event Type:  Workshops & Seminars
ASA Sponsored:  No
 

The Duke Industry Statistics Symposium (DISS) is organized by the Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Duke University School of Medicine, and co- sponsored by Amgen, ASA-NC Chapter, Boehringer-Ingelheim, ICSA, IQVIA, Janssen, Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, Lilly, PAREXEL, PPD, SAS, UCB and ViiV. This year's theme is: "Emerging Clinical Initiatives in Plarmaceutical Development." It was established 7 years ago to discuss challenging issues and recent advances related to the clinical development of drugs and devices and to promote research and collaboration among statisticians from industry, academia, and regulatory agencies. The schedule will begin with eight short courses on the first day. Short courses include: Data Monitoring Committee I and II; Multiple Endpoints; Reproducible Computation at Scale in R; Randomized Phase II Trials, Multiple Endpoints; Adaptive Designs and Articial Intelligence in Health Research. The next day (April 2) will begin with a keynote by ShaAvhrée Buckman-Garner, MD, PhD, FAAP, Director of the Office of Translational Sciences (OTS), Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER), U.S. Food and Drug Administration. On Friday morning, David Page, PhD, Chairman of the Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics will give a keynote followed by the remainder of the parallel scientific sessions. A poster session will be held on Thursday and a Job Fair will be held Friday afternoon.

For more info click here: sites.duke.edu/diss/
 
Submitter: Sharon Updike
Phone: 919 684 8038
Fax: 919 684 4569
Email: sharon.updike@duke.edu
 
Contact: Sharon Updike
Phone: 919 684 8038
Fax: 919 684 4569
Email: sharon.updike@duke.edu
 

September 2020

Conference of Texas Statisticians 2020


Event Dates:  Friday  September 18 - Saturday  September 19
City: Corpus Christi   State: Texas   Country: USA
Event Type:  Meeting
ASA Sponsored:  No
 

The Conference of Texas Statisticians (COTS) was established at the annual American Statistical Association (ASA) meeting in Houston in 1980. The first COTS meeting was held in Waco in 1981. Beginning in 1985 the Texas Chapters of the ASA were invited to set up the Council of Texas Statisticians with representatives from each Texas Chapter. The conference has been held every year since 1981. This meeting will provide statisticians with an opportunity for social and intellectual exchange with other researchers. Senior and junior researchers, as well as students, are invited to present their research talks or posters at the COTS.

A workshop on "Novel Data Science Methods for Complex Data" is also organized. The workshop is open to students and junior faculty. The workshop will be held on the morning of September 18th and will be led by experts in the field.

Located in the South Texas Gulf Coast, Corpus Christi offers popular tourist attractions, a variety of hotels, cultural venues, shopping, and dining options and best of all- South Texas hospitality. To register, please follow the link: http://www.sci.tamucc.edu/news-and- events/cots/index.html . Early Registration is $100 for faculty and $45 for students if you register by August 18, 2020. Also, the early registration fee for the workshop on Data Science is $40 for faculty and $20 for students if you register by August 18, 2020.

For more information/questions, please contact Dr. Sunil Mathur, Director of the Office of Data Science and Professor, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Tel: 361-825-3932, Email: Sunil.Mathur@tamucc.edu.

For more info click here: www.sci.tamucc.edu/news-and-events/cots/index.html
 
Submitter: Sunil Mathur
Phone: 361-825-3932
Fax: 361-825-3932
Email: Sunil.Mathur@tamucc.edu
 
Contact: Sunil Mathur
Phone: 361-825-3932
Fax: 361-825-3932
Email: Sunil.Mathur@tamucc.edu
 

Applied Statistics 2020 (AS2020)


Event Dates:  Sunday  September 20 - Wednesday  September 23
City: Ribno (Bled)   State: International   Country: Slovenia
Event Type:  Meeting
ASA Sponsored:  No
 

The conference, organized in Ribno in the vicinity of the beautiful Lake Bled, will provide an opportunity for researchers in statistics, data scientists and analysts, and other professionals from various statistical and related fields to come together, present their research, and learn from each other. Cross-discipline and applied paper submissions are especially welcome.

A three days program consists of invited paper presentations, contributed paper sections from diverse topics, and starts with a workshop.

Selected papers will be published in Advances in Methodology and Statistics, a peer-reviewed journal of the Statistical Society of Slovenia.

Contact: info.as@nib.si

For more info click here: conferences.nib.si/AS2020
 
Submitter: Andrej Blejec
Phone: +38631510910
Email: andrej.blejec@nib.si
 
Contact: Andrej Blejec
Phone: +38631510910
Email: andrej.blejec@nib.si
 

2020 ASA Biopharmaceutical Section Regulatory-Industry Statistics Workshop


Event Dates:  Wednesday  September 23 - Friday  September 25
City: Rockville   State: Maryland   Country: USA
Event Type:  Meeting
ASA Sponsored:  Yes
 

The ASA Biopharmaceutical Section Regulatory-Industry Statistics Workshop is sponsored by the ASA Biopharmaceutical Section in cooperation with the FDA Statistical Association.

Each year, the conference lasts two days, with invited sessions co-chaired by statisticians from industry, academia, and the FDA. In addition, short courses on related topics are offered the day prior to the workshop.

For more info click here: ww2.amstat.org/meetings/biop/2020/workshopinfo.cfm
 
Submitter: Kristin Mohebbi
Phone: 703-684-1221
Email: kristin@amstat.org
 
Contact: ASA Meetings
Phone: 703-684-1221
Email: meetings@amstat.org
 

October 2020

2020 Women in Statistics and Data Science Conference


Event Dates:  Thursday  October 01 - Saturday  October 03
City: Pittsburgh   State: Pennsylvania   Country: USA
Event Type:  Meeting
ASA Sponsored:  No
 

The 2020 Women in Statistics and Data Science Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, aims to bring together hundreds of statistical practitioners and data scientists. WSDS 2020 will highlight the achievements and career interests of women in statistics and data science. Senior, mid-level, and junior stars representing industrial, academic, and government communities will unite to present their life's work and share their perspectives on the role of women in today's statistics and data science fields. Through formal sessions and informal networking opportunities, the conference will empower and challenge women statisticians and biostatisticians to do the following:

Share knowledge by offering technical talks about important, modern, and cutting-edge research.

Build community by encouraging discussions establishing fruitful multi- disciplinary collaborations, supporting mentoring relationships, and sharing strategies for resolving problems.

Grow influence by providing advice for establishing and sustaining successful careers, showcasing the accomplishments of successful women professionals, and supporting the development of leadership skills.

For more info click here: ww2.amstat.org/meetings/wsds/2020/
 
Submitter: ASA Meetings
Phone: 703-684-1221
Fax: 703-684-2037
Email: meetings@amstat.org
 
Contact: ASA Meetings
Phone: 703-684-1221
Fax: 703-684-2037
Email: meetings@amstat.org
 

International Conference on Advances in Interdisciplinary Statistics and Combinatorics (AISC-2020)


Event Dates:  Friday  October 09 - Sunday  October 11
City: Greensboro   State: North Carolina   Country: USA
Event Type:  Meeting
ASA Sponsored:  No
 

AISC 2020 will be the 6th conference in this series. The earlier AISC conferences were held in 2007, 2012, 2014, 2016, and 2018. There are two major goals for AISC conferences -training young researchers and promoting interdisciplinary research. The conference will feature Karen Kafadar (Commonwealth Professor, University of Virginia & President of the American Statistical Association (ASA), 2019) as the keynote speaker. Other plenary speakers include Len Stefanski (R. A. Fisher Distinguished Professor, NC State University), Zhezhen Jin (Columbia University), Roshan Joseph (Russell Chandler III Professor, Georgia Tech), David Dunson (Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor, Duke University), and Mark Daniel Ward (Purdue University).

For more info click here: sites.google.com/uncg.edu/aisc2020
 
Submitter: Sat Gupta
Phone: 336-554-4608
Fax: 336.334.5949
Email: sngupta@uncg.edu
 
Contact: Sat Gupta
Phone: 336-554-4608
Fax: 336.334.5949
Email: sngupta@uncg.edu
 

RESCHEDULED: 2020 Orange County Biostatistics Symposium


Event Dates:  Friday  October 16 - Saturday  October 17
City: Irvine   State: California   Country: USA
Event Type:  Meeting
ASA Sponsored:  Yes
 

Title: Leveraging Data to Shape the Future of Clinical Development Venue: Allergan Auditorium, 2525 Dupont Drive, Irvine, CA

This 2-day symposium is a great opportunity to hear from leading statistical and clinical experts from industry and FDA on the experience and practice of leveraging data in decision making for clinical development in drug and devices. The symposium focuses on topics such as real-world data backed clinical development, new FDA initiatives such as 21st century cures act, master protocols and innovative trial design, real-world data analytics and machine learning, regulatory submission data preparation, etc. Day 2 includes a Bayesian mini-symposium and focuses on academic-industry collaboration in new methodology, research efforts and provides an opportunity for new graduates to learn industry transition from academics.

Key speakers: Lisa LaVange, Former FDA/UNC; Rob Scott, Abbvie; Donald Berry, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Ivan Chan, Abbvie; Dan Jeske, UCR, Susan Jerian, Oncord, inc.

Program Overview: Day 1: 8AM - 12N - Keynote session and panel discussions; 1 - 5PM - Invited and contributed topics in clinical/statistics and data science/analytics Day 2: 8 - 10:30AM - Industry-Academic Collaboration; 10:30AM - 1:30PM - Bayesian mini-symposium in honor of Jim Press; 12:30 - 2PM Student Research

Registration: Space is limited, Please visit OCLBASA website for program details and registration (https://community.amstat.org/oclb/events/calendar)

For more info click here: community.amstat.org/oclb/home
 
Submitter: Gajanan Bhat
Phone: 978-495-1351
Email: gajbhat@gmail.com
 
Contact: Gajanan Bhat
Phone: 978-495-1351
Email: gajbhat@gmail.com
 

RESCHEDULED Pfizer/ASA/Columbia University Symposium on Risks and Opportunities of AI in Clinical Drug Development


Event Dates:  Friday  October 30 - Friday  October 30
City: New York City   State: New York   Country: USA
Event Type:  Meeting
ASA Sponsored:  Yes
 

The Pfizer/ASA/Columbia University Symposium on Risks and Opportunities of AI in Clinical Drug Development is an event jointly sponsored by Pfizer Inc, the American Statistical Association (ASA) and the Statistics Department and Data Science Institute at Columbia University. The Symposium will take place on October 30, 2020, on the campus of Columbia University in the City of New York. Our world increasingly relies on data and computing to create knowledge, to make critical decisions, and to better predict the future. Data science has emerged to support these data-driven activities by integrating and developing ideas, concepts, and tools from computer science, engineering, information science, statistics, and domain fields. Data science now drives fields as diverse as biology, astronomy, material science, political science and medicine, not to mention vast tracts of the global economy, key government activities, as well as quotidien social and societal functions. The pharmaceutical enterprise has been slower to respond, especially to the rapid developments in AI, but tectonic shifts are underway in approaches to the discovery, development, evaluation, registration, monitoring and marketing of medicines for the benefit of patients and the health of the community.

For more info click here: aipm.stat.columbia.edu/
 
Submitter: Stephen Porzio
Phone: 703-684-1221
Fax: 703-684-2037
Email: meetings@amstat.org
 
Contact: Stephen Porzio
Phone: 703-684-1221
Fax: 703-684-2037
Email: meetings@amstat.org
 

November 2020

Big Data Meets Survey Science (BigSurv20)


Event Dates:  Wednesday  November 04 - Friday  November 06
City: Utrecht   State: International   Country: The Netherlands
Event Type:  Meeting
ASA Sponsored:  No
 

BigSurv20 will be held November 4-6, 2020, at Utrecht University, in Utrecht, The Netherlands. The conference offers an opportunity to address the ongoing paradigm shift in how researchers produce, analyze, and use statistics. The event is intended to foster communication, collaboration, and understanding between two groups: (1) computer and data scientists focusing on Big Data sources and analysis techniques, and (2) methodologists and social science researchers working with traditional sources of data collection and statistical analyses. By uniting efforts, we can identify and overcome academic divides and make unified "Big Survey Data" population inference a reality. Utrecht is located a convenient 25-minute train ride from Amsterdam airport, and has excellent train connections to the rest of Europe.

For more info click here: www.bigsurv20.org/
 
Submitter: Antje Kirchner
Phone: 9193163328
Email: akirchner2@unl.edu
 
Contact: Peter Lugtig
Phone: +31 30 2537761
Email: info@bigsurv20.org
 

2020 PQG Conference: From Variants and Genes to Clinical Actions


Event Dates:  Thursday  November 05 - Friday  November 06
City: Boston   State: Massachusetts   Country: USA
Event Type:  Meeting
ASA Sponsored:  No
 

Genome-wide association studies have been extremely successful in identifying genetic variants robustly associated to common diseases and complex traits, but the clinical utility of these findings has been limited thus far. To bridge this gap, several challenges must be addressed. First, genetic association studies must advance from associated variants with unknown causality and biology to causal genes and pathways. Second, these forms of biological knowledge must be mined to produce drug targets and inform precision medicine. Third, polygenic scores must be combined with non-genetic sources of information to produce clinically actionable prevention strategies. The 2020 PQG conference will focus on the quantitative methods, experimental strategies, and data integration techniques that are under active development to address these critical challenges.

Specifically, the conference will be centered on the following three topics:

SESSION 1: Identifying causal genes and pathways SESSION 2: From causal genes and pathways to drug discovery and pharmacogenetics SESSION 3: Polygenic scores for disease prevention and clinical action

For more info click here: www.hsph.harvard.edu/2020-pqg-conference/
 
Submitter: Amanda King
Phone: 6174321058
Fax: 6174325619
Email: amking@hsph.harvard.edu
 
Contact: Amanda King
Phone: 6174321058
Fax: 6174325619
Email: amking@hsph.harvard.edu
 

THE 16TH IMT-GT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MATHEMATICS, STATISTICS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS (ICMSA 2020) [virtual mode]


Event Dates:  Monday  November 23 - Tuesday  November 24
City: Kuala Lumpur   State: n/a   Country: Malaysia
Event Type:  Workshops & Seminars
ASA Sponsored:  No
 

Centre for Mathematical Sciences (CMS), Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) is pleased to announce that ICMSA 2020 will be held as a virtual conference on 23 & 24 November 2020. This international conference is initiated by IMT-GT (Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle) consortium to promote mathematics and statistics in the region. The goal of the conference is to bring together scientist, mathematicians, statisticians, and academicians from the region of Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand, as well as any other region of the world, to share knowledge, expertise, and the recent development of mathematics and statistics in the form of plenary presentations and some social events.

For more info click here: http://icmsa2020.event.utar.edu.my/
 
Submitter: Avik De
Email: de.math@gmail.com
 
Contact: Teoh Lay Eng
Email: teohle@utar.edu.my
 

December 2020

76th Annual Deming Conference on Applied Statistics


Event Dates:  Monday  December 07 - Friday  December 11
City: Atlantic City, NJ   State: New Jersey   Country: USA
Event Type:  Meeting
ASA Sponsored:  Yes
 

The 76th Annual Deming Conference on Applied Statistics will be held from Monday December 7 to Wednesday December 9, 2020, followed by three parallel 2-day short courses on Thursday December 10 and Friday December 11, 2020, at the state-of- the-art Tropicana Casino and Resort, Havana Tower, Atlantic City, NJ.

The purpose of the 3-day Deming Conference on Applied Statistics is to provide a learning experience on recent developments in statistical methodologies in biopharmaceutical applications. The conference is composed of twelve three- hour tutorials on current topics in applied biopharmaceutical statistic and FDA regulations, two one-hour distinguished keynotes on Monday and Tuesday, and a special session on Wednesday. The books, on which these sessions are based, are available for sale at an approximately 40% discount. Attendees will receive program proceedings of the presentations. There will also be poster sessions.

The conference is sponsored by the American Statistical Association Biopharmaceutical Section. Walter Young has chaired this conference for 50 consecutive years. The program committee include: Alfred Balch, Joseph Borden, Ivan Chan, (Din) Ding-Geng Chen, Kalyan Ghosh, Satish Laroia, Xiaoming Li, Sofia Paul, Manoj Patel, Naitee Ting, Bill Wang, Wenjin Wang, Yibin Wang, Li-an Xu, Walter Young, Pinggao Zhang.

The full program as well as a downloadable printed version will be available on our website by June 1st and online registration will open in August. For more information about the conference, please email Din Chen at dinchen@email.unc.edu or visit https://demingconference.org/.

For more info click here: demingconference.org
 
Submitter: Din Chen
Phone: 9196339156
Email: dinchen@email.unc.edu
 
Contact: Din Chen
Phone: 9196339156
Email: dinchen@email.unc.edu
 

28th International Workshop on Matrices and Statistics (IWMS 2020)


Event Dates:  Tuesday  December 15 - Thursday  December 17
City: MAHE, Manipal   State: International   Country: India
Event Type:  Workshops & Seminars
ASA Sponsored:  No
 

The 28th International Workshop on Matrices and Statistics, IWMS 2020 (https://carams.in/events/international- workshop-on-matrices-and-statistics/), will be held during the period December 15-17, 2020 at the Center for Advanced Research for Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, (MAHE) Manipal, Karnataka, India. The theme of workshop shall focus on  Matrix Analysis,  Projectors in Linear Models & Multivariate Analysis,  Growth Curve Models,  Linear Regression Models,  Linear Statistical Inference,  Modelling Covariance Structures,  Multivariate and Mixed Linear Models,  Statistics in Big Data Analysis.

This series of Workshops has a long history, see https://www.sis.uta.fi/tilasto/iwms/IWMS- history.pdf and we welcome the opportunity to hold the workshop once again in India. CRR Day on 17th December 2020 : The present 28th IWMS will be held beside ICLAA 2020 (December 17-19, 2020) and CRR Day will be on 17th December 2017, the common day of events, to celebrate 100 years of C. R. Rao, who is among great Statisticians and Matrix theorist India ever produced. We are sure that 28th IWMS will be a great success with the participation of prominent researchers from across the globe working in Statistics, Matrix Theory and allied subjects. The purpose of the Workshop is to stimulate research and, in an informal setting, to foster the interaction of researchers in the interface between statistics and matrix theory. The Workshop will provide a forum through which statisticians may be better informed of the latest developments and newest techniques in linear algebra and matrix theory and may exchange ideas with researchers from a wide variety of countries.

For more info click here: carams.in/events/international-workshop-on-matrices-and-statistics/
 
Submitter: Manjunatha Prasad Karantha
Phone: +91 9980100886
Email: kmprasad63@gmail.com
 
Contact: Manjunatha Prasad Karantha
Phone: +91 9980100886
Email: kmprasad63@gmail.com
 

International Conference on Linear Algebra and Its Applications (ICLAA 2020)


Event Dates:  Thursday  December 17 - Saturday  December 19
City: MAHE, Manipal   State: International   Country: India
Event Type:  Imaging Conference
ASA Sponsored:  No
 

The present conference shall provide a platform for leading Mathematicians and Statisticians, working around the globe in the theme area to discuss several research issues and to introduce new innovations. The main goal of the conference is to bring experts, young researchers, and students together to present recent developments in this dynamic and important field. The conference also aims to stimulate research and support the interaction between the scientists by creating an environment for the participants to exchange ideas and to initiate collaborations and professional partnerships.

The theme of the conference shall focus on  Classical Matrix Theory  Matrices and Graphs  Combinatorial Matrix Theory  Matrix and Graph Methods in Statistics and Biological Science  Matrices in Error Analysis and its Applications.

This conference is in sequel to the conferences CMTGIM 2012, ICLAA 2014, and ICLAA 2017 held in Manipal during January 2012, December 2014, and December 2017 respectively. The present conference shall provide a platform for leading Mathematicians and Statisticians, working around the globe in the theme area to discuss several research issues and to introduce new innovations. The main goal of the conference is to bring experts, young researchers, and students together to present recent developments in this dynamic and important field. The conference also aims to stimulate research and support the interaction between the scientists by creating an environment for the participants to exchange ideas and to initiate collaborations and professional partnerships.

December 17, 2020 - the common day of IWMS 2020 and ICLAA 2020 will be celebrated as CRR Day in the honor of Professor CR on his 100 year.

For more info click here: carams.in/events/iclaa2020/
 
Submitter: Manjunatha Prasad Karantha
Phone: +919980100886
Email: kmprasad63@gmail.com
 
Contact: Manjunatha Prasad Karantha
Phone: +919980100886
Email: kmprasad63@gmail.com
 

February 2021

2021 Conference on Statistical Practice


Event Dates:  Thursday  February 18 - Saturday  February 20
City: Nashville   State: Tennessee   Country: USA
Event Type:  Meeting
ASA Sponsored:  Yes
 

Hundreds of statistical practitioners and data scientists-including data analysts, researchers, and scientists-come together to learn new statistical methodologies and best practices in statistical analysis, design, consulting, and programming.

For more info click here: www.amstat.org/ASA/Meetings/Conference-on-Statistical-Practice.aspx
 
Submitter: Kristin Mohebbi
Phone: 703-684-1221
Email: kristin@amstat.org
 
Contact: ASA Meetings
Phone: 703-684-1221
Email: meetings@amstat.org