A special feature of Probability and Statistics Day at UMBC 2017 is that the conference, including the workshop, is open to all statistics graduate students from UMBC and local universites free of charge; however, REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED! The deadline to register is Friday, April 14, 2017. // REGISTER NOW
For more information, contact any member of the organizing committee:
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at UMBC will hold the 11th Annual Probability and Statistics Day at UMBC during April 21–22, 2017. The event is funded by the National Security Agency, and will consist of a half-day workshop on Friday afternoon and a full day conference on Saturday. Probability and Statistics Day at UMBC is open to statisticians from all local universities, government agencies, and private industries (registration required). The event is free for all statistics graduate students from UMBC and local universities (registration required).
National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado
Our physical world: Finding the curves and surfaces
University of Florida, Gainesville
"Some perspectives about generalized linear modeling"
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
"Learning treatment policies in mobile health"
University of California, Berkeley
"Counting civilian casualties: Statistics and human rights problems"
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Generalized fiducial inference: A review
Center of Statistical Bureau, Israel
Nonparametric empirical Bayes improvement of common shrinkage estimators
Gillian M Raab
Senior Research Fellow, Administrative Data Research Centre,University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Providing synthetic data for administrative data in the UK
President, American Statistical Association, Chief Statistician (retired), US EPA