IMS awards
Over the coming months we will be featuring previews of the 2019 special invited speakers who will be giving their lectures at three IMS meetings this year: the INFORMS/APS meeting in Brisbane, Australia, July 2–4; the 41st Conference on Stochastic Processes and their Applications 2019 (SPA 2019), July 8–12 in…

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Krzysztof Burdzy received his PhD in 1984 from the Department of Statistics at the University of California at Berkeley, under the supervision of Professor Jim Pitman. He was a postdoc at the University of California at San Diego and held positions at the Polish Academy of Sciences and Purdue University…

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David Dunson is Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor of Statistical Science and Mathematics at Duke University. He is known for his broad spanning contributions to statistical methodology, with a particular focus on novel modeling frameworks and Bayesian approaches that are motivated by complex and high-dimensional data collected in the sciences.…

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There is still time to nominate your outstanding colleagues and collaborators IMS Fellowship or for the Carver medal. A candidate for the IMS Fellowship [see Philip Protter’s article here]shall have demonstrated distinction in research in statistics or probability, by publication of independent work of merit. This qualification may be…

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There is still time to consider who to nominate for these distinguished IMS awards. Nominations are open for the following IMS Awards for 2019: • Tweedie New Researcher Award, deadline December 1. • Carver Medal, deadline February 1. • IMS Fellowship, deadline January 31. For more information…

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