Statistics - all events

This is a list of all past and forthcoming Statistics events.

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Browse events from 2014 and earlier.

  • Statistics seminar: The strong giant in a random digraph 13 February 2015, 3.30 PM - 13 February 2015, 4.30 PM Mathew Penrose, University of Bath SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Local limits for controlled martingales 27 March 2015, 3.40 PM - 27 March 2015, 4.40 PM Ofer Zeitouni, Weizmann Institute SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Recent Advances in Time Series Methods for Analysing Neuroscience Data 1 May 2015, 2.15 PM - 1 May 2015, 3.15 PM Mark Fiecas, University of Warwick SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: The growth model: Busemann functions, shape, geodesics, and other stories 1 May 2015, 3.40 PM - 1 May 2015, 4.40 PM Firas Rassoul-Agha, University of Utah SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Scoring rules, accuracy, and the foundations of statistics 8 May 2015, 1.40 PM - 8 May 2015, 2.40 PM Richard Pettigrew SM1, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Planar lattices do not recover from forest fires 8 May 2015, 3.40 PM - 8 May 2015, 4.40 PM Ioan Manolescu, University of Geneva SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: RECONSTRUCTING PEDIGREES WITH MAXIMAL LIKELIHOOD FROM GENETIC MARKER DATA 15 May 2015, 2.15 PM - 15 May 2015, 3.15 PM Nuala Sheehan, University of Leicester SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: On obliquely reflected Brownian motion 15 May 2015, 3.40 PM - 15 May 2015, 4.40 PM Krzysztof Burdzy, University of Washington SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Dependence Orderings for Multivariate Distributions: The Supermodular Ordering and Related Ordering 22 May 2015, 2.15 PM - 22 May 2015, 3.15 PM Margaret Meyer, Nuffield College, University of Oxford SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Heat kernel estimates and local CLT for random walk among random conductances with a power-law tail near zero 5 June 2015, 3.40 PM - 5 June 2015, 4.40 PM Takashi Kumagai, Kyoto University SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Amenaility of automata groups 22 May 2015, 3.40 PM - 22 May 2015, 4.40 PM Omer Angel, University of British Columbia SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Using multilevel models to examine associations between gestational weight gain, birthweight and gestational age 5 June 2015, 2.15 PM - 5 June 2015, 3.15 PM Kate Tilling, University of Bristol SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Stochastic Modelling of Genetic Interaction in Budding Yeast 4 December 2015, 3.40 PM - 4 December 2015, 4.40 PM Darren Wilkinson, School of Mathematics & Statistics, Newcastle University SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Ordering random variables and racing prime numbers 11 December 2015, 3.40 PM - 11 December 2015, 4.40 PM Adam Harper, University of Cambridge SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Spatial point processes in the modern world – an interdisciplinary dialogue 9 October 2015, 2.15 PM - 9 October 2015, 3.15 PM Janine Illian, University of St Andrews SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: TBA 23 October 2015, 1.40 PM - 23 October 2015, 2.40 PM Richard Pettigrew, Department of Philosophy, University of Bristol SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Causal Inference from Multivariate Time Series: Principles and Problems 27 November 2015, 2.15 PM - 27 November 2015, 3.15 PM Michael Eichler, Department of Quantitative Economics, Maastricht University SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: A robust Bayesian approach to land use modelling 25 September 2015, 2.15 PM - 25 September 2015, 3.15 PM Matthius Troffaes, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Durham University SM4, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Multiple imputation in Cox regression when there are time-varying effects of exposures 5 February 2016, 2.15 PM - 5 February 2016, 3.15 PM Ruth Keogh, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: TBA Cancelled 11 December 2015, 2.15 PM - 11 December 2015, 3.15 PM Nicole Augustin, University of Bath SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Stochastics and Interactions - on the occasion of Bálint Tóth's 60th birthday 21 July 2015, 9.00 AM - 24 June 2015, 3.00 PM Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics, 13-15 Reáltanoda u., 1053 Budapest, Hungary.
  • Statistics seminar: Random geometric subdivisions - part 2 26 June 2015, 3.40 PM - 26 June 2015, 4.40 PM Stanislav Volkov, Lund University / Bristol SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Some ideas in nonparametric estimation 16 October 2015, 2.15 PM - 16 October 2015, 3.15 PM Piotr Fryzlewicz, London School of Economics SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Confidence​ intervals​ for ​high-dimensional Cox models 18 September 2015, 2.15 PM - 18 September 2015, 3.15 PM Yi Yu, University of Cambridge SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics: Quantile Cross-Spectral Measures of Dependence 13 November 2015, 2.15 PM - 13 November 2015, 3.15 PM Tobias Kley, Department of Statistics, LSE SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: From association to causation: identification of causal genes of immune-mediated diseases using statistical colocalisation 18 December 2015, 2.15 PM - 18 December 2015, 3.15 PM Hui Guo, Centre for Biostatistics, Institute of Population Health, University of Manchester SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: !!SM1!! Random walk on environments with spectral gap 23 October 2015, 2.50 PM - 23 October 2015, 3.50 PM Oriane Blondel, Lyon SM1, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Invariance principle for dynamic random walks 4 December 2015, 2.15 PM - 4 December 2015, 3.15 PM Thomas Mountford, EPFL Lausanne SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Cooperative branching and pathwise duality for monotone systems 26 February 2016, 3.40 PM - 26 February 2016, 4.40 PM Jan Swart, ÚTIA, Prague SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Lies, damned lies, expert witnesses and drugs on banknotes 22 April 2016, 2.15 PM - 22 April 2016, 3.15 PM Colin Aitken, School of Mathematics, University of Edinburgh SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Quantifying Discovery in Astro/Particle Physics: Frequentist and Bayesian Perspectives 20 May 2016, 2.15 PM - 20 May 2016, 3.15 PM David van Dyk, Statistics Section, Department of Mathematics, Imperial College SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Non-degenerate particle filters for high-dimensional systems 26 February 2016, 2.15 PM - 26 February 2016, 3.15 PM Peter Jan van Leeuwen, Meteorology Department, University of Reading SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Clustering high dimensional mixed data: joint analysis of phenotypic and genotypic data 6 May 2016, 2.15 PM - 6 May 2016, 3.15 PM Claire Gormley, UCD School of Mathematics and Statistics SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Placating pugilistic pachyderms: proper priors prevent poor performance 18 March 2016, 2.15 PM - 18 March 2016, 3.15 PM Dan Simpson, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Bath SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Why deep neural networks work (and why you should care) 4 March 2016, 2.15 PM - 4 March 2016, 3.15 PM Roland Baddeley, School of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Particle filter approximations: estimating and improving their variance 11 March 2016, 2.15 PM - 11 March 2016, 3.15 PM Anthony Lee, Department of Statistics, University of Warwick SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Causal and Marginal Models 29 April 2016, 2.15 PM - 29 April 2016, 3.15 PM Robin Evans, Department of Statistics, University of Oxford SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Testing hypotheses via a mixture estimation model 22 January 2016, 2.15 PM - 22 January 2016, 3.15 PM Christian Robert, Université Paris-Dauphine/University of Warwick SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Where does the tail begin? Threshold selection for extremes 12 February 2016, 2.15 PM - 12 February 2016, 3.15 PM Jennifer Wadsworth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Lancaster University SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Continuous-time MCMC and super-efficient Monte Carlo for big data 30 September 2016, 2.15 PM - 30 September 2016, 3.15 PM Paul Fearnhead, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Lancaster University SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Semiparametric Ultra-High Dimensional Model Averaging of Nonlinear Dynamic Time Series 27 May 2016, 2.15 PM - 27 May 2016, 3.15 PM Degui Li, Department of Mathematics, University of York SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Dirichlet Process Mixtures of Order-Sparse Data in Retail Analytics 3 June 2016, 2.15 PM - 3 June 2016, 3.15 PM Ioanna Manolopoulou, Department of Statistical Science, University College of London SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Adjusting for spatial autocorrelation and confounding in air pollution and health studies 7 October 2016, 2.15 PM - 15 June 2016, 3.15 PM Duncan Lee, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Glasgow SM3, School of Mathematics
  • Statistics seminar: Simple ergodic variants of the Hamiltonian Monte Carlo method (CHANGE OF TIME: 2pm) 21 October 2016, 2.00 PM - 21 October 2016, 3.00 PM J M Sanz-Serna, Applied Mathematics Professor, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid SM3, School of Mathematics
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