NOW ONLINE July 19–23, 2021
The 10th Bernoulli–IMS World Congress, hosted by Seoul National University, is now in virtual format. This Congress will have 14 (plenary) named lectures, one public lecture, 40 invited sessions featuring 120 speakers, contributed talks, and poster sessions.
Immediately prior to the World Congress, a two-day Young Researchers Meeting will also be held virtually, on July 17-18, 2021. Check the link for updates. The first day’s theme is Data Science; the second day is dedicated to a series of presentations and group discussions that pertain to career development. The invited/plenary speakers of full-length talks include Claudia Kluppelberg (Technical University Munich, and President of Bernoulli Society), Song-Xi Chen (Iowa State University and Peking University), Eric Laber (Duke University), Myunghee Cho Paik (Seoul National University), Andreas Kyprianou (University of Bath), Yunjin Choi (University of Seoul), and Parthanil Roy (Indian Statistical Institute). This is complemented by several mini-talks, group discussion, and poster session by the young participants. There will be ample networking opportunities for the young participants via innovative “virtual coffee break” or similar platforms.