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Department of Statistics


Note: All colloquia will be held at 2:50 p.m. in LeConte College, Room 210 unless otherwise noted. Refreshments will be served afterward in LeConte 213.  Please click on the names for more information about each colloquium.

 2016-2017 Speakers:

  • Thursday, August 25: Edsel Pena, University of South Carolina ---Truth, Knowledge, P-Values, Bayes, & Inductive Inference
  • Thursday, September 8Jun Li, Kent State University --- Temporal Homogeneity Test of High-Dimensional Means
  • Tuesday, September 15: Rui Song, North Carolina State University --- Minimax-Angle Learning for Optimal Treatment Decision with Heterogeneous Data
  • Thursday, September 22: Debdeep Pati, Florida State University --- Bayesian community detection and goodness of fit tests in stochastic block models
  • Thursday, September 29: Stan Young, National Institute of Statistical Sciences --- Local Control Analysis of Radon and Ozone
  • Thursday, October 6: Subha Chakraborti, University of Alabama (postponed until spring)
  • Thursday, October 20: Xiaogang Su, University of Texas at El Paso
  • Thursday, October 27: Ping-Shou Zhong, Michigan State University
  • Thursday, November 3: Samiran Sinha, Texas A&M University
  • Thursday, November 10: Enrique Schisterman, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Institutes of Health
  • Thursday, December 1: Qi Zheng, University of Louisville
  • Wednesday, March 22 (Palmetto Lecture I): Raymond Carroll, Texas A & M University --- Building dietary index scores that are informed by disease data using data integration
  • Friday, March 24 (Palmetto Lecture II): Raymond Carroll, Texas A & M University --- Constrained maximum likelihood estimation for model calibration using summary-level information from external big data sources
  • Thursday, March 30, Brian Habing, University of South Carolina
  • Thursday, April 20: Subha Chakraborti,  University of Alabama

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