IMS Bulletin
Aurore Delaigle, University of Melbourne, joins 23 other newly-elected scientists to the Australian Academy of Science. AAS Fellows represent some of Australia’s most outstanding scientists, and are elected by their peers for their scientific achievement, national and international profile, as well as leadership and mentorship capabilities. Read more about Aurore’s…

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The IMS would like to thank everyone who has contributed to the various IMS Funds. They are listed in the September 2020 Bulletin, and at https://imstat.org/donors/. Further contributions are welcome! Please see https://www.imstat.org/contribute-to-the-ims/

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Royal Society’s Faraday Prize and Lecture The UK’s Royal Society has selected Sir David Spiegelhalter OBE FRS as their Michael Faraday Prize and Lecture winner 2020, “for bringing key insights from the disciplines of statistics and probability vividly home to the public at large, and to key decision-makers, in entertaining…

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The 2019 Treasurer’s Report details membership and subscription data for the calendar year end 2019. The 2019 fiscal year-end audit report will be published separately in the Fall of 2020, after the auditors have completed the annual process. In 2019, the total number of IMS members increased. Subscriptions by institutions…

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The Canadian Journal of Statistics Special issue on “COVID-19: Statisticians in Action” – Call for Submissions In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Canadian Journal of Statistics (CJS) plans to devote a special issue to “COVID-19: Statisticians in Action”.  We aim to showcase statistical research on the design and analysis…

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