The Department of Mathematics and Statistics is pleased to
host a one day conference on Probability and Statistics on
Saturday, April 28, 2007. This will be a full day event with
Keynote addresses by two prominent statisticians, and oral
and poster presentations by faculty, service professionals and
The main goal of this special day is to
promote scientific awareness in general and
discuss contemporary probabilistic and statistical issues in particular.
The conference is open to all local university faculty/grad students
as well as to statisticians employed in the government agencies
and private industries. Our experience has shown that this kind
of one day event provides an ideal forum for exchange of
novel ideas among the attendees, and benefits all those who attend
and actively participate.
For information, please contact the conference chair:
Dr. Bimal K. Sinha,
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of the Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Consulting
- Local Organizing Committee:
Dr. Taeryon Choi, Dr. Junyong Park, Dr. Xiao Wang, Dr. Nagaraj Neerchal
- Keynote Speakers: This section will be filled later.
Conference registration charges of $$ are to be paid by check.
We are not be able to process payment by credit card.
- Registration Form
- There will be a registration desk at the conference venue
beginning at 8:30 am on Saturday, April 28.
- Support for Graduate Students:
There will be limited funds to support some graduate students
who will be making oral and/or poster presentation.
This should cover registration, lunch, and banquet dinner.
If you are interested in receiving financial support,
please indicate it on your registration form.
Support will be given on a first come, first served basis,
depending on the merit of the proposed presentation.
- Conference Venue: IT Building/UMBC, Rooms 102 and 104
- Conference Banquet:
There will be a conference banquet on Saturday evening at a
restaurant in Columbia/Ellicott City.
Dr. Barry Nussbaum, Chief Statistician at OEI/USEPA, will be
the featured after-dinner speaker.