Lectures and Addresses
Charles Bordenave studied at Ecole Polytechnique in France, and received his PhD in 2006 under the supervision of François Baccelli. He was a postdoc at UC Berkeley before joining University of Toulouse as a CNRS researcher. Since 2018, he has been CNRS researcher at Aix-Marseille University. His research interests are…

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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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Haim Bar & Dipak K. Dey, University of Connecticut, report: After a six-year hiatus, this year we renewed the Distinguished Statistician Colloquium Series. With generous funding from Pfizer, the American Statistical Association, and the Department of Statistics at UConn, the 24th colloquium in the series was held on September 26–27,…

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