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2010 Meetings Around the World

IMS Annual Meeting

2010 IMS Annual Meeting

August 9-13, 2010

Gothenburg, Sweden

 

(IMS Sponsored Meeting)

 


January

International Conference on Statistics, Probability, Operations Research, Computer Science and Allied Areas

January 4-8, 2010

Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India

IMS Representative(s) on Program Committees: N. BalaKrishnan (Chair), CANADA; Hira Koul, USA; Soumendra Nath Lahiri,USA;

(IMS Co-sponsored Meeting)

International Indian Statistical AssociationJoint Statistical Meetings and International Conferenceon Statistics, Probability and Related Areas

January 4-8, 2010

Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India

For information about this international conference on Statistics, Probability, and Related Areas, please contact: S. Rao Jammalamadaka (Organizing Committee Chair) rao@pstat.ucsb.edu

International Conference on Statistics and Information Analytics (ICSIA – 2010 )

January 11-13, 2010

Loyola College, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India

The main objective of this conference is to bring together the researchers, scientists, engineers, and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results about all aspects of Statistics and Information Analytics.

Stochastic Processes in Communication Sciences

January 11 - July 2, 2010

Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK

This programme aims at the exposition of the latest developments in mathematical sciences lying on the boundary between the disciplines of stochastics and communications.

New Topics at the Interface Between Probability and Communications

January 11-15, 2010

Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK

This is the inaugural workshop of the programme on Stochastic Processes in Communication Sciences. It brings together several leading experts studying problems in the modern communication sciences using stochastic techniques. The interplay between these fields has been enormously fruitful over the last couple of decades, with stochastic techniques making an impact on the development of communication systems and problems in communications leading to new developments in the theory of stochastic processes. The aim of the workshop is to survey these developments and to map out possible pathways for the synergistic evolution of these fields in the future.

Congress in Chile

January 12-15, 2010

Santiago, Chile

The X Chilean Biometric Conference, the IV Chilean Dental-Statistical Meeting, the II Chilean Bayesian Workshop and the I Chilean Medical-Statistical Meeting will be held on these dates. The scientific program considers plenary, discussion, and poster sessions. Participants are invited to present their work. The scientific committee will assign every submission to the category of Oral Presentation or Poster. An edited volume based on peer-review abstract will be available for the participants in a CD.

University of Florida Twelfth Annual Winter Workshop: Categorical Data Analysis

January 15-16, 2010

Gainesville, Florida

The workshop will focus on recent developments in methodology for categorical data analysis, such as analyzing high-dimensional data, Bayesian inference, dealing with clustering and missing data, and applications to rapidly-developing disciplines such as statistical genetics. A major purpose of the workshop is to discuss many recent significant developments and to identify important problems and new research directions.

9th Winter school on Mathematical Finance

January 18-20, 2010

CongresHotel De Werelt, Lunteren

The program will consist of two Mini Courses, three Special Invited Lectures, and four Short Lectures.


February

Actuarial and Financial Mathematics Conference 2010

February 4-5, 2010

Brussels, Belgium

The focus will be on the interplay between finance and insurance but also other topics in actuarial and financial mathematics are welcome.

The International Symposium on Stochastic Models in Reliability Engineering, Life Sciences, and Operations Management (SMRLO'10)

February 8-11, 2010

Beer Sheva, Israel

The SMRLO'10 will serve as a forum for discussing different issues of Stochastic Models and Methods in Reliability Engineering, Life Sciences and Operations Management and their applications. The idea of symposium is to assemble researchers and practitioners from universities, institutions, industries, businesses and government, working in these fields. Theoretical issues and applied case-studied, presented on the symposium, will range from academic considerations to operational applications.

XVII International Symposium on Mathematical Methods Applied to the Sciences

February 16-19, 2010

San Jose, Costa Rica

The XVIIth International Symposium on Mathematical Methods Applied to the Sciences (XVII SIMMAC) is the most important event in applied mathematics in Central America. It is organized by the School of Mathematics and the Center for Research in Pure and Applied Mathematics (CIMPA) of the University of Costa Rica every two years.

Education and Outreach Program: Two-Day Undergraduate Workshop

February 26-27, 2010

SAMSI, Research Triangle Park, NC

SAMSI annually conducts a national Education and Outreach Program for undergraduate and graduate students interested in statistics and applied mathematics and their application in the disciplinary sciences.


March

9th German Open Conference on Probability and Statistics in Leipzig

March 2-5, 2010

Leipzig, Germany

In the tradition of the previous conferences, it provides an international forum for presentation and discussion of new results in the area of probability and statistics. Participants from universities, business, administration and industry are welcome.

Regret-regression for Optimal Dynamic Treatment Regimes

March 3, 2010

J-01-117, building 1, LUMC, 16:00-17:00, Leiden, The Netherlands

A seminar given by Professor Robin Henderson (University of Newcastle)

Seminar on Stochastic Processes 2010

March 11-13, 2010

University of Central Florida

Apart from informal presentations by conference participants, there will be plenary talks by five invited speakers. In addition, a short informal afternoon session will be held honoring the late Kai Lai Chung's mathematical career.

(IMS Co-sponsored Meeting)

Conference on Frontier of Statistical Decision Making and Bayesian Analysis - In Honor of James O. Berger

March 17-20, 2010

University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas, USA

The conference consists of plenary-speaker sessions, invited-speaker sessions, and poster sessions. Plenary speakers include Professors Donald Berry, Lawrence Brown, Persi Diaconis, Stephen Fienberg, and Alan Gelfand.
IMS Representative(s) on Program Committees: Dipak K. Dey

(IMS Co-sponsored Meeting)

Sixth International Seminar on Recent Development in Official Statistics

March 18-19, 2010

Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur Mir’s, Sindh (Pakistan)

The aim of the Seminar is to highlight the role of computer technology in statistical computations and analysis specially surveys and censuses through GIS and other information technology tools. The Seminar will focus on theoretical and empirical aspects of the Official Statistics in modern technology.

2010 ENAR/IMS Spring Meetings

March 21-24, 2010

Hyatt Regency, New Orleans, LA, USA

IMS Program Chairs: Marie Davidian and Hao Helen Zhang

(IMS Sponsored Meeting)

Symposium in Probability and Statistics in honor of Charles Stein on his 90th Birthday

March 22, 2010

Standford University, California, USA

Jointly organized by Department of Statistics, Stanford University and Institute for Mathematical Sciences, National University of Singapore

Stochastic Networks

March 22-26, 2010

Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK

Stochastic networks is a multifaceted area of research dealing with the stability, control, performance, approximation and design of stochastic models of networks. It gives rise to challenging and subtle mathematical problems, whose solution often requires a combination of ideas and techniques from several branches of mathematics, including probability theory, stochastic processes, analysis, optimization, combinatorics and graph theory. Research in this area is strongly motivated by applications in diverse areas, ranging from the traditional areas of telecommunications and manufacturing to service operations, biological and social networks and revenue management. The aim of this workshop is to bring together experts in this area to survey recent developments and identify future research directions.

DAGStat 2010 "Statistics under one umbrella"

March 23-26, 2010

Dortmund, Germany

The 'Deutsche Arbeitsgemeinschaft Statistik' (DAGStat) is a network of scientific and professional organisations that develop and promote statistical theory and methodology. The second joint conference includes the 56th Biometrisches Kolloquium and the Pfingsttagung der Deutschen Statistischen Gesellschaft. The theme is 'Statistics under one umbrella', encouraging a fruitful scientific communication between statisticians working in different fields.

Conference on Resampling methods and High Dimensional Data

March 25-26, 2010

Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas

This conference aims to bring together researchers working in the areas of resampling methods and high dimensional data. Inference in high dimensional setting presents unique challenges. The conference will provide a unique platform for taking stock of recent developments in each area and for exploring the limits of resampling methods in high dimensional setting. Keynote speakers are Professors Peter Bickel, Jianqing Fan, Peter Hall and Bin Yu.For more information visit the website or contact snlahiri@stat.tamu.edu

Third Midwest Statistics Research Colloquium

March 26-27, 2010

The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA

This conference will bring together members of the statistical research community from across the midwestern United States. The conference is inclusive of first-rate theoretical work, computational work, and serious applied work. Students are especially encouraged to participate in the conference. Participation is limited by space, and so all participants must register on the conference web site.

2010 UIUC Statistics Symposium

March 29-30, 2010

Champaign, Illinois

IMS Representative(s) on Program Committees: Xuming He

(IMS Co-sponsored Meeting)


April

Spatial Network Models for Wireless Communications

April 6-9,2010

Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK

The aim of this trans-disciplinary workshop will be to bring together specialists in the fields of spatial stochastics, of wireless networking and information theory, and will focus on the interplay between these disciplines.

Stochastic Analysis and Mathematical Physics

April 11-13, 2010

 

The conference themes, which are inspired by the career of Professor Leonard Gross, include; stochastic analysis, heat kernel analysis, functional inequalities, mathematical physics. This conference will be an occasion for his students, colleagues, and friends to meet for an overall look at his work and its influence on current research.

International Workshop on Multivariate Risks and Copulas

April 14-17, 2010

Biskra, Algeria

The workshop will serve as a forum for discussing different issues of risks, copulas and related topics. The main goal of this scientific event is to gather researchers and practitioners from universities, institutions, industries and Government, working in these fields.

The 24th New England Statistics Symposium

April 16-17, 2010

Harvard, Cambridge MA

The theme is "Statistics in the Sciences". Several invited special theme sessions will range from statistics in biological sciences (including systems-biology and genomics) to statistics in physical sciences (including astrophysics), and form statistics in healthcare and economics, to statistics in educational assessment and evaluation.

4th Annual Graduate Student Probability Conference

April 30, 2010 - May 2, 2010

Duke University, Durham, NC, USA

The Graduate Student Probability Conference is organized by a group of graduate students from Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill, under the supervision of Jonathan Mattingly and Amarjit Budhiraja. The conference is a great opportunity for students to give and hear probability talks in a friendly environment. The two keynote speakers will be Professor Robin Pemantle (University of Pennsylvania) and Professor S.R.S. Varadhan (New York University).


May

Statistical Issues in Analyzing Information from Diverse Sources

May 6-7, 2010

Rutgers University, NJ

The workshop will bring together statisticians, applied mathematicians, computer scientists and policy makers to address issues related to combining information. Professor Jim Berger (Duke University) will provide the keynote address. He will be followed by a group of distinguished speakers from statistics, computer sciences and machine learning community.

AISTATS2010 (Artificial Intelligence and Statistics)

May 13-15, 2010

Chia Laguna Resort, Sardinia

IMS Representative(s) on Program Committees: Michael Titterington

(IMS Co-sponsored Meeting)

18th Meeting of AiOs in Stochastics

May 17-19, 2010

Conferentie Centrum De Hoorneboeg, Hilversum, the Netherlands

The meeting consists of two short courses, one in probability and one in statistics, and lectures by the participants. The purpose is both to learn topics of current research interest and to become acquainted with the work of other aios in the Netherlands.

The Mathematics of Diffusions

May 17-21, 2010

New Orleans, LA, USA

It is well known that diffusion in single equations tends to suppress pattern formation; on the other hand, diffusion in systems may create patterns - as was first discussed by Alan Turing in his 1952 attempt at modeling hydra regeneration. Only until recently, progress has been made mathematically to understand the mechanisms involved in diffusion and related models. The purpose of this conference is to provide an opportunity to synthesize what has already been done and to extend the boundaries of our knowledge.

Nonlinear Water Waves with Applications to Wave-Current Interactions and Tsunamis

May 17-21, 2010

Edinburg, TX, USA

The principal speaker will be Professor Adrian Constantin, Chair of Partial Differential Equations at the University of Vienna, Austria. Adrian Constantin was awarded several research prizes ("Benedetto Sciarra" prize of the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa in 1994, "Göran Gustafsson" prize of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in 2005, "Friedrich Bessel" prize of the Humboldt foundation in 2007) and he is involved in international research networks.

Conference on Nonparametric Statistics and Statistical Learning

May 19-22, 2010

Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA

The conference objective is to bring together researchers in Nonparametrics and Statistical Learning from academia, industry, and government in a relaxed and stimulating atmosphere focused on the development of both statistical theory and methods. The major goal of the conference is to focus on principles and methods that apply to both disciplines.

The fifth international workshop on Statistical Analysis of Neural Data (SAND5)

May 20-22, 2010

Pittsburgh, PA

This workshop series aims to: define important problems in neuronal data analysis and useful strategies for attacking them; evaluate analytical methods by their ability to yield insightful results in interesting settings; foster communication between experimental neuroscientists and those trained in statistical and computational methods; encourage young researchers, including graduate students, to present their work; expose young researchers to important challenges and opportunities in this interdisciplinary domain, while providing a small meeting atmosphere to facilitate the interaction of young researchers with senior colleagues.

38th Annual Meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada

May 23-26, 2010

Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

This conference will bring together academic, governmental and industrial researchers as well as users of statistics and probability and will feature workshops, invited and contributed sessions in all areas of statistics and probability.

Quiver Varieties and Crystal Bases of Quantum Affine Algebras

May 25-29, 2010

Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

Professor Nakajima will give a self-contained and penetrating lectures on the fascinating subject. The talks are aimed to survey current research and provide introduction to new comers.

Conference on Application of Satistics and Probability to Africa Development (ASPAD)

May 26–28, 2010

Dakar, Senegal

This meeting is to be the major event in Probability and Statistics held every two years in Africa, under the aegis of the newly Statistical Pan African Society (SPAS) to be launched alongside the meeting.

Model Uncertainty

May 30 – June 1, 2010

University of Warwick, UK

IMS Representative(s) on Program Committees: Dario Spano
This workshop will highlight recent developments and research on topics related to model uncertainty and model choice in Statistics. It will be hosted by the Centre for Research in Statistical Methodology (CRiSM) at the University of Warwick.

(IMS Co-sponsored Meeting)


June

Statistical Science - Making a Difference

June 3-4, 2010

University of Wisconsin, Madison

IMS Representatives: Rich Johnson, Kjell Doksum, Grace Wahba

(IMS Co-sponsored Meeting)

6th Conference in Actuarial Science & Finance on Samos

June 3-6, 2010

Samos, Greece

This event, jointly organized with the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, the Université Catholique de Louvain and the Københavns Universitet, provides a forum for state-of-the-art results and the latest advances in the area of actuarial science and finance. The meeting is open to people from Universities, Insurance Companies, Banks, Consulting Firms or Regulatory Authorities, interested in actuarial-financial mathematics.

19th International Workshop on Matrices and Statistics (IWMS 2010)

June 5-8, 2010

Shanghai Finance University, Shanghai, China

The aim 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. Email: IWMS2010@shfc.edu.cn

A Satellite Meeting for young researchers

June 7-11, 2010

e-Science Centre, Edinburgh

 

2010 International Symposium on Financial Engineering and Risk Management(FERM2010)

June 10-12, 2010

National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

This is the fifth symposium in the FERM series started in 2005. The series has grown into a great gathering of academic researchers and industry practitioners to exchange state-of-art knowledge and discoveries in financial engineering and risk management, and discuss the recent financial crisis, recent research interests and current industry trends.

Carlo Alberto Stochastics Workshop

June 11, 2010

Collegio Carlo Alberto, Moncalieri, Italy

The theme of the workshop is Bayesian asymptotics. It will be held at the Collegio Carlo Alberto, a Research Institution housed in an historical building located in Moncalieri on the outskirts of Turin, Italy.

From Markov Processes to Brownian Motion and Beyond — An International Conference In Memory of Kai Lai Chung

June 13-16, 2010

Peking University, China

IMS Representative(s) on Program Committees: Louis Chen, Zhen-Qing Chen, Jim Dai, Zhi-Ming Ma and Ruth Williams.

(IMS Co-sponsored Meeting)

MMDS 2010: Workshop on Algorithms for Modern Massive Data Sets

June 15-18, 2010

Stanford University, Stanford, CA USA

The goals of these meetings are to explore novel techniques for modeling and analyzing massive, high-dimensional, and nonlinearly structured scientific and internet data sets; and to bring together computer scientists, statisticians, mathematicians, and data analysis practitioners to promote cross-fertilization of ideas

23rd Nordic Conference on Mathematical Statistics (NORDSTAT 2010)

June 14-17, 2010

Voss, Norway

 

Research workshop - Sparse Structures: Statistical Theory and Practice

June 16-18, 2010

Bristol, UK

The aim of this workshop is to bring together theory and practice in modelling high-dimensional data; we hope to encourage genuine interaction between proponents of different approaches.

45th Scientific Meeting of the Italian Statistical Society

June 16-18, 2010

Padua, Italy

The Italian Statistical Society (SIS) promotes every two years an international scientific meeting. The 2010 meeting will take place in Padua, Italy, next June. The Conference will include plenary, specialized, contributed and poster sessions. These can be on any area of interest relevant to theoretical and applied statistics.

WNAR/IMS Meeting

June 20–23, 2010

Seattle, Washington

Program Chairs: Carolyn Rutter (WNAR) and Brenda Kurland (IMS)

(IMS Sponsored Meeting)

8th International Workshop on Rare Event Simulation (RESIM)

June 21-22, 2010

Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, UK

It covers all aspects of rare event simulation ranging from purely theoretical developments to practical applications. The objective is to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners working in different locations and on different applications to present recent results, exchange ideas, and discuss open problems and new direction. While contributed talks are encouraged, one need not present a paper in order to participate in this event.

Simulation of Networks Workshop

June 21-23, 2010

Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge University, UK

Monte Carlo simulation is playing an increasingly important role in the design and analysis of communications systems and protocols, as networks and communications infrastructure become more complex and the performance requirements more demanding. In many settings, performance requirements involve meeting quality-of-service levels for which the associated computation involves, either explicitly or implicitly, the computation of a rare event probability. Consequently, the workshop will bring together leading researchers in rare-event simulation to present new developments having the potential to significantly expand the applicability of these ideas in the communications setting.

Information Technology Interfaces (ITI 2010)

June 21-24, 2010

Cavtat / Dubrovnik, Croatia

The mission of ITI Conference is to promote the communication and interaction among researchers involved in the development and application of methods and techniques within the broad framework of information and communication technology.

Simulation of Stochastic Networks and Statistics of Networks

June 21-25, 2010

Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK

 

2010 Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences (PIMS) Summer School in Probability

June 21 - July 10, 2010

University of Washington and Microsoft Research

The school will be devoted to training of doctoral students in the area of probability. We invite participation of graduate students, advanced undergraduate students, recent Ph.D.'s, and also regular faculty.

Statistics of Networks Workshop

June 24-25, 2010

Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge University, UK

This workshop is intended as a forum to bring together researchers with interests in this area, both as a means of communicating the current state-of-the-art and identifying important new problems and possible methods of statistical analysis.

Advances in superprocesses and nonlinear PDE's

June 24-26, 2010

University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, Colorado

On the occasion of Professor Kuznetsov's 60th birthday, an international conference is being organized at Boulder. Note that there will be a few more speakers added on the web site soon. Topics: measure-valued processes, PDE's, SPDE's and more.

Modeling High Frequency Data in Finance II

June 24-27, 2010

Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ, USA

IMS Representative(s) on Program Committees: Ionut Florescu, Frederi Viens

(IMS Co-sponsored Meeting)

Probability Approximations and Beyond : A conference in honor of Louis Chen on his 70th birthday

June 25-26, 2010

National University of Singapore, Singapore

The conference will cover a wide range of topics related to Louis Chen's work in Stein's method, probability theory, computational biology and beyond. The scientific program consists of invited talks only presented by distinguished statisticians and probabilists from all over the world. Participation is open to all but participants must register. There is no registration fee but there is a charge for the conference dinner. This conference will provide a memorable occasion of celebration, reunion and reminiscence for Louis and his friends, colleagues and students.

Statistical modelling and inference for networks (Statworks)

June 28 - July 1, 2010

Bristol, UK

The relations and connections amongst inference methodologies - such as relational models, Bayesian networks, random graphs, and dynamic networks - can be confusing, as they have often have indistinct boundaries and unexplored statistical properties. The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers with different backgrounds and approaches in order to explore these commonalities and differences.

ICORS 2010, the International Conference on Robust Statistics

June 28 - July 2, 2010

Prague, Czech Republic

IMS Representative(s) on Program Committees: Xuming He

(IMS Co-sponsored Meeting)

International Conference on Probability Distributions and Related Topics in conjunction with NZSA Conference

June 29 - July 1, 2010

Palmerston North, New Zealand

The international conference is devoted to all aspects of distribution theory and their applications, including discrete distributions, univariate and multivariate continuous distributions, copulas, extreme values, skewed distributions, conditionally specified distributions and life distributions in reliability engineering and survival analysis

V International Workshop on Spatio-Temporal Modelling (METMAV)

June 20 - July 2, 2010

Santiago de Compostela (Galicia, Spain)

The purpose of this workshop is to promote the development and application of spatio-temporal statistical methods in different fields related to Environmental Sciences.


July

Water 2010: Hydrology, Hydraulics and Water Resources in an Uncertain Environment

July 5-7 2010

Quebec City, Canada

One of the objectives of ICWRER conferences is to bring together physical, biological, chemical, statistical and technical expertise in order to better understand natural systems related to water resources from all around the world. As for the case of the ISSH series, the topics of ICWRER conferences are versatile encompassing GIS and remote sensing, stochastic hydrology, sustainable water management, surface water and groundwater interaction, ecosystem modelling, scaling problems in hydrology and water resources, environmental management, risk analysis and management or climate change.

5th International Workshop in Applied Probability (IWAP 2010)

July 5-8, 2010

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in Colmenarejo, Madrid, Spain

IMS Representative(s) on Program Committees: Joseph Glaz, University of Connecticut

(IMS Co-sponsored Meeting)

ISBIS-2010, International Symposium for Business & Industrial Statistics

July 5–9, 2010

Grand Hotel Bernardin, St. Bernardin Adriatic Resort & Convention Center, Portoroz (Portorose), Slovenia

Key themes: industrial applications of Statistical Image Analysis; Future Directions for handling large & complex data sets; Financial Services; Health Services; quality & produtivity improvement and decision-making in business & industry.

LASR 2010: High-Throughput Sequencing, Proteins and Statistics

July 6-8, 2010

Leeds, UK

The 2010 Leeds Annual Statistical Research Workshop will focus on developments at the interface between statistical methodology and bioinformatics and more generally in interdisciplinary statistics.

International Conference on Statistics and Society

July 10-12, 2010

Renmin University of China, Beijing, China

IMS Representative(s) on Program Committees: Harrison Zhou

(IMS Co-sponsored Meeting)

Ordered Statistical Data and its Applications (OSDA-2010)

July 11-13, 2010

Zagazig, Egypt

The meeting will provide a forum for presentation and discussion of new results on ordered statistical data as well as for reviews of existing literature. It will be devoted to all aspects of order statistics, record statistics, and other ordered/censored data, and their applications.

ICOTS 8 - Data and Context in Statistics Education: Towards an Evidence-Based Society

July 11-16, 2010

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Data is preferable to anecdote or intuition as a basis for robust decision making in many professions and sections of society. More and more we want to see "the evidence". The root purpose of statistics is to extract insight and meaning about real contexts using data. Successful learning processes must be researched and we must consider how data and context motivate our students and guide our education practices.

Orthogonal Polynomials, Applications in Statistics and Stochastic Processes

July 12-15, 2010

University of Warwick, UK

IMS Representative(s) on Program Committees: Dario Spano
This workshop aims to bring together a wide variety of scientists that have made important contributions to the theory and applications of Orthogonal Polynomials, with the purpose of investigating the frontiers of the theory and the possibilities of its extension and further applicability in Statistics and Probability.

(IMS Co-sponsored Meeting)

The Mutually Beneficial Relationship of Matrices and Graphs

July 12-16, 2010

Ames, IA, USA

Richard Brualdi, University of Wisconsin-Madison, is the principal speaker. He is one of the founders and continuing leaders of the area of Combinatorial Matrix Theory, author of more than 200 papers, and an award-winning teacher.The conference will discuss the symbiotic relationship between matrices and graphs and the significant role that they jointly play in pure and applied mathematics, science, and technology. In addition to Prof. Brualdi's lectures (held during the mornings), this conference will offer collaborative (AIM-style) research groups with leading experts in combinatorial matrix theory (meeting in the afternoons) that will begin work on research problems.

11th International Meeting on Statistical Climatology

July 12-16, 2010

Edinburgh, Scotland

The key themes for this IMSC will include analysis techniques for multi-model ensembles of climate simulations, understanding recent climate change and predicting the near-term future, extreme events, predictions of climate change relevant for impacts, reconstructing and understanding climate change over the Holocene, and broadly statistical methods for the analysis of climate data.

2010 Summer Program on Semiparametric Bayesian Inference: Applications in Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics

July 12-23, 2010

SAMSI - Research Triangle Park, NC

The aims of the program and workshop are (i) to identify the critical new developments of inference methods for PK and PD data; (ii) to determine open challenges; and (iii) to establish inference for PK and PD as an important motivating application area of non-parametric Bayes.

6th Cornell Prosbability Summer School

July 18-31, 2009

Ithaca, NY, USA

 

(IMS Co-sponsored Meeting)

Probability at Warwick Young Researchers Workshop

July 19-23, 2010

University of Warwick, UK

The Probability at Warwick Young Researchers Workshop has the principal aim of bringing together young researchers working in probability. It will feature lecture courses by two excellent invited speakers, intended to be accessible to graduate mathematicians and probabilists.

Education and Outreach Program: Industrial Math/Stat Modeling Workshop for Graduate Students

July 19-27, 2010

SAMSI, Research Triangle Park, NC

SAMSI annually conducts a national Education and Outreach Program for undergraduate and graduate students interested in statistics and applied mathematics and their application in the disciplinary sciences.

Accuracy 2010: Ninth International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences

July 20-23, 2010

Leicester, UK

This conference is held every two years and is concerned with all aspects of spatial accuracy in natural resources and environmental sciences.

2nd Workshop on Stochastic Modeling

July 26-28, 2010

Universidade Federal do ABC, Santo André, Brazil

The topics of this meeting will include percolation, random walks, interacting particle systems, probabilistic cellular automatas, stochastic calculus and the application of these models in biology, finance, economy and physics.

6th International Conference on Lévy Processes: Theory and Applications

July 26-30, 2010

Technical University at Dresden, Germany

The focus is on recent developments in the theory of Lévy and jump processes and their applications. There will be invited talks and poster sessions.

Thirteenth Meeting of New Researchers in Statistics and Probability

July 27–30, 2010

University of British Columbia, BC, Canada

 

(IMS Sponsored Meeting)

LinStat 2010 - International Conference on Trends and Perspectives in Linear Statistical Inference

July 27 - July 31, 2010

Tomar, Portugal

The aim of the conference is to bring together researchers sharing an interest in a variety of aspects of statistics and its applications. The conference will mainly focus on a number of topics: estimation, prediction and testing in linear models, robustness of relevant statistical methods, estimation of variance components appearing in linear models, generalizations to nonlinear models, design and analysis of experiments, including optimality and comparison of linear experiments.

From Probability to Statistics and Back: High-Dimensional Models and Processes Conference

July 28-30, 2010

Seattle, Washington

The session topics will include: High dimensional probability and empirical processes; Nonparametric and semiparametric models; Shape-restricted inference; Statistical learning theory; Statistics in complex learning designs; Survival analysis. The meeting will honor Jon Wellner's 65th birthday.


August

Joint Statistical Meetings

August 1–5, 2010

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

 

(IMS Sponsored Meeting)

 

The 7th Conference on Multivariate Distributions with Applications

August 8-13, 2010

Maresias, Brazil

The meeting aims at providing a forum for the presentation of state-of-the art research in the development, implementation of multivariate distributions and their real-world applications, as well as promoting discussion and interchange between junior and senior scientists. The joint meeting is open to both academic and non-academic communities and is specifically designed to contribute to fostering the cooperation between practitioners and theoreticians in the field.

2010 IMS Annual Meeting

August 9-13, 2010

Gothenburg, Sweden

 

(IMS Sponsored Meeting)

 

Recent Advances in the Numerical Approximation of Stochastic Partial Differential Equations

August 9-13, 2010

Chicago, IL, USA

The proposed lecture series aims to crystalize the foundational developments in the field of numerical SPDEs and set the stage for an explosion of new results that will bring the field to maturity in the coming decade. The above issues are closely related and will all be handled in the lectures.

ICM Satellite Conference on Probability and Stochastic Processes

August 13-17, 2010

Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore

Plenary Speakers: S. R. S. Varadhan, Alain-Sol Sznitman, Erwin Bolthausen, Andrea Montanari, Alison Etheridge, Louis Chen, Maury Bramson, Gabor Lugosi.

9th International Conference on Monte Carlo and Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods in Scientific Computing (MCQMC 2010)

August 15-20, 2010

Warsaw, Poland

The MCQMC Conference is a biennial meeting devoted to the study of Monte Carlo (MC) and quasi-Monte Carlo (QMC) methods, the relationships between the two classes of methods, and their effective application in various areas.Its aim is to provide a forum where both the leading researchers and the users can exchange on the latest theoretical developments and important applications of these methods. The conference focuses primarily on the mathematical study of these techniques, their implementation and adaptation for concrete applications, and their empirical assessment.

Bayesian Nonparametric Statistical Methods: Theory and Applications

August 16-20, 2010

Santa Cruz, CA, USA

 

(IMS Co-Sponsored Meeting)

28th European Meeting of Statisticians

August 17-22 ,2010

Piraeus, Greece

The purpose of EMS 2010 is to provide a forum where researchers from universities throughout the world, as well as practitioners, can discuss current problems, new approaches and future directions in the fields of Probability and Statistics. Young researchers and PhD students are especially invited to contribute papers.

International Congress of Mathematics 2010

August 19-27, 2010

Hyderabad, India

The Congress is structured in the traditional manner with the main activity being the Plenary and Sectional invited lecturers, the sectional talks being held in 7 or 8 parallel sessions. Efforts will be made to avoid overlap of talks on closely connected themes that may fall in different sections. There will also be paper-reading and poster sessions as is usual. The Organisers will also arrange special events such as non-technical talks connected with promotion of mathematics as well as cultural programmes.

COMPSTAT 2010

August 22-27, 2010

Paris, France

The 19th International Conference on Computational Statistics. Keynote speakers: Luc Devroye, Lutz Edler, David Hand. Deadline for contributed papers: January, 10, 2010

Greek Stochastics Meeting

August 25-28, 2010

Lefkada, Greece

The meeting's primary aim is to facilitate a broad discussion of current research themes in probability and statistics. It will consist of three short courses around the general theme of the interaction between biology and probabilistic/statistical theory and methods, as well as contributed talks by young researchers. Note that the contributed talks could be in any topic of statistics or probability.

Program on Complex Networks: Tutorials and Opening Workshop

August 29 - September 1, 2010

SAMSI, Research Triangle Park, NC

Tutorials and Opening Workshop

Prague Stochastics 2010

August 30 - September 3, 2010

Prague, Czech Republic

Prague Stochastics 2010 is next in a series of international conferences on stochastics organized in Prague since 1956. The scientific programme will be aimed at covering a wide range of stochastics, with special emphasis on the topics of this lively field which have been pursued in Prague.


September

Workshop on 'Fourier meets Wavelets in Statistics'

September 6-7, 2010

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

The aim of this workshop is to bring together statisticians working on Fourier or Wavelet based methods. For more information on the workshop please visit the website or contact fourlet10@stoch.uni-karlsruhe.de.

Stochastic Processes and Their Applications

September 6-10, 2010

Osaka, Japan

 

(IMS Co-Sponsored Meeting)

Computer Data Analysis and Modeling: Complex Stochastic Data and Systems

September 7-11, 2010

Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus

The Conference will provide a forum for researchers and a discussion of the latest results in theory and software of data analysis, statistical modeling and computer simulation, stressing on Complex Stochastic Data and Systems, and define ways for further developments in this field. Young researchers will have the possibility to present their results and to get in contact with experienced scientists.

RSS 2010 International Conference

September 13-17, 2010

Brighton, UK

The annual conference of the Royal Statistical Society seeks to bring together statisticians, researchers, analysts and other users of statistics from across the UK and around the world to hear, digest and discuss the latest research and developments in the rich and varied world of statistics. The main conference (opening on Tuesday 14 September) will be preceded by courses and workshops on Monday 13 September.

Stochastic Methods in Game Theory

September 8-16, 2010

Erice, Sicily, Italy

IMS Representative(s) on Program Committees: Marco Scarsini

(IMS Co-Sponsored Meeting)

Program on Analysis of Object Oriented Data

September 12-15, 2010

SAMSI, Research Triangle Park, NC

The 12-month SAMSI program will focus on the analysis of complex data types that are an extension of Functional Data Analysis where one considers methods to analyze data samples of complex objects.

Stochastic approximation: methodology, theory and applications in statistics

September 13-15, 2010

Bristol, UK

The aim of this workshop is to gather world specialists on stochastic approximation and its applications, who might not have the opportunity to meet otherwise, in order to present and discuss recent methodological and theoretical developments in the area, as well as applications.

Statistics Symposium

September 25, 2010

Washington, DC

This symposium will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Department of Statistics at the George Washington University. The event will highlight a variety of theoretical and applied statistical research.

XVIII Annual Congress of the Portuguese Statist. Soc.

September 29 - October 2, 2010

S. Pedro do Sul, Portugal

This is a forum for discussion and presentation of activities and new ideias in statistics and probability. There will be a special focus on nonparametric methods and, as an introduction to the Census in preparation in Portugal, on sampling. A short course in nonparametric methods will be given.


October

Second HEC Finance and Statistics Conference

October 8, 2010

Paris, France

The conference will gather leading experts in financial economics, econometrics, and statistics. Topics will include volatility modeling, simulation-based estimation, and asset pricing under incomplete information. The one-day conference will consist of invited papers and contributed poster sessions. The invited speakers are Professors Yacine Aït-Sahalia, Jianqing Fan, Peter C.B. Phillips, Nick Polson and Pietro Veronesi. The deadline for submitting posters is July 31, 2010.

Workshop in Honour of Ole E. Barndorff-Nielsen's 75th Birthday

October 13-14, 2010

Aarhus University, Denmark

The lectures are by invitation only and are given by younger research collaborators of O.E. Barndorff-Nielsen. Anyone interested is welcome to participate.

18th Annual Congress of the Belgian Statistical Society

October 13-15, 2010

Spa, Belgium

Conference contact: Thomas Bruss, 02-650 5893, tbruss@ulb.ac.be

Education and Outreach Program: Two-Day Undergraduate Workshop

October 29-30, 2010

SAMSI, Research Triangle Park

 


November

Multivariate Statistical Analysis Conference

November 8-10, 2010

Lodz, Poland

The scientific programme of MSA 2010 covered a range of statistical problems, such as: multivariate distributions, statistical tests, nonparametric inference, discrimination analysis, Monte Carlo analysis, Bayesian inference. The meeting will honor Zdzislaw Hellwig's 85th birthday.

Putting it all Together: Integrating Genetic, Epi-genetic, Genomic, and Complex Phenotypic Data

November 15-16, 2010

Harvard Medical School, Bostan, MA

Many different data sources that can be utilized to shed more light into the mechanics of complex diseases and phenotypes are now more and more commonly available to the scientific community. While the technology development is rapid, the analysis strategies for their integration lag behind. This is particularly true for integrative approaches that are aimed at assessing the different influences of the epigenome, DNA, RNA, and protein on the disease phenotype simultaneously. This meeting aims to bring experts for the different technologies and their analysis strategies together to foster the development of integrative approaches to analysis.


December

65th Annual Deming Conference on Applied Statistics

December 5-10, 2009

Atlantic City, NJ

The meeting's aim is to provide a learning experience on recent developments in statistical methodologies. The conference is followed by two parallel short courses on (1) Bayesian Adaptive Methods and Software for Clinical Trials by Prof. Brad Carlin, University of Minnesota, and Scott Berry, Berry Consultants; and (2) SAS for Mixed Models by Profs. Ramon Littell, University of Florida and Walter W. Stroup, University of Nebraska. The conference is composed of twelve three-hour tutorials on current statistical topics of interest.

The XXVth International Biometric Conference (IBC)

December 5-10, 2010

Florianópolis, SC, Brazil

The XXVth IBC will bring together 800 statisticians and others interested in the development & application of statistical & mathematical theory & methods to the biosciences. Includes oral & poster presentations of methodological advance, applications to specific subject-matter challenges & educational offerings. The 2010 event is the 25th anniversary of the Conference & includes special celebratory events.

Australian Statistical Conference (ASC 2010)

December 6-10, 2010

Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle, Western Australia

The objectives of this conference are to inform delegates about new work and developments in statistics; provide an opportunity for professionals from all areas of statistics to network; to draw world class statisticians and share their knowledge and expertise.

International Conference on Development and Applications of Statistics in Emerging Areas of Science & Technology (ICDASEAST) and XXX Annual Convention of Indian Society for Probability and Statistics

December 4-10, 2010

University of Jammu, Jammu, J&K, India.

The Conference, along with A Workshop on Modern Tools in Applied Statistics, December 4-7,2010 propose to address the emerging domain on development and applications of Statistics in current areas of Science & Technology by bringing together on a common platform experts from the academic institutions and industries to deliberate on a wide spectrum of issues. The focus will be to discuss the development and use of Statistical Techniques in emerging areas of Science and Technology.

Workshop on Combinatorics and Analysis in Spatial Probability

December 12-17, 2010

Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Random Spatial Processes, in particular Percolation, Interacting Particle Systems and Gibbs Measures, has become one of the most active subfields of modern Probability. Motivated by problems in Physics (phase transitions), Biology (epidemics) and, more recently, Computer Science (randomized algorithms, 'cooperative' phenomena in large communication networks), it has led to deep, fundamental mathematical research. Much of the rapid and successful development in this area is due to a remarkable combination of probabilistic, combinatorial and (complex) analytic techniques.

Extreme Environmental Events

December 13-17, 2010

Selwyn College - Cambridge, United Kingdom

Understanding the frequency and magnitude of extreme environmental events and their impacts is a critical aspect of climate prediction. This conference aims to bring together an inter-disciplinary group including statisticians, climate modellers, meteorologists, and other environmental scientists to focus on extreme events and the uncertainties inherent in their understanding.

Borrowing Strength: Theory Powering Applications, A Conference in Honor of Lawrence Brown’s 70th Birthday

December 15-17, 2010

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA

The workshop will emphasize areas of statistical research offering innovative approaches to problems arising in various branches of the sciences. At the same time, the workshop will cover topics of fundamental statistical theory having broad applicability. In addition to the core invited talks, the workshop will feature poster sessions and discussion sessions, providing a forum for participants to interact and exchange ideas.

International Conference on Applied Statistics and Financial Mathematics (ASFM2010)

December 16-18, 2010

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

ASFM2010 will bring together leading international researchers concerned with both theoretical and practical aspects of Applied Statistics and Financial Mathematics. Its main aims are to promote active collaboration between practitioners in these areas and applied mathematicians as well as to acquaint early career researchers with the current state of the art in the themes of the conference.

International Workshop on Emerging Issues and Challenges to Statistics

December 17-18, 2010

Xiamen University, Fujian, P.R. China

IMS Representative(s) on Program Committees: Jiayang Sun

(IMS Co-sponsored Meeting)

2010 ICSA International Conference

December 19-22, 2010

Guangzhou University, Guang-Zhou, China

 

(IMS Co-sponsored Meeting)