International Workshop on New Advances in Statistics: Theory and Applications
July 19-21, 2012
University of Manitoba
This workshop aims at covering various new developments in the theory and applications of statistics, probability, and stochastic processes, with particular emphasis on applications in health, engineering, social and environmental sciences. These areas reflect current research interests and achievements by members of the Department of Statistics as well as those areas identified in the Department’s Strategic Plan. This meeting will be an excellent opportunity for the Department’s faculty members and graduate students, interested professionals from other departments and industry to learn and assess current and emerging statistical methodologies.
Our confirmed keynote speaker is Prof. N. Balakrishnan of McMaster University who is known for his work in many areas of statistics.
There will be a special session in honour of Professor John Brewster who retired from the University of Manitoba on January 1, 2012. Our special invited speaker for this session is Professor Jim Zidek from University of British Columbia.
We are now accepting abstracts for poster presentations. An award of 500 dollars will be presented at the meeting for the best poster. The deadline for poster abstract submission is May 1 2012. For abstract submission, click here.
The venue of the meeting is 100 St. Paul's College.
Workshop dinner is complimentary for all registered participants and will be held on July 20 at Terrace Fifty-Five.
There will be a sunset cruise on the evening of July 19. Please note that this social event has an additional fee.
The M.S. River Rouge - Sunset Cruise
Final program as of June 28, 2012.
See the abstracts.
See the list of speakers.
See the schedule.
See the list of registered participants.
See the poster.
Département de Mathématiques, Université du Québec à Montréal:
“A Bayesian Finite Mixture of Bivariate Regressions Model for Causal Mediation Analyses”
Wednesday, June 8 at 2:15 p.m.
316 Machray Hall
Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science; Dordt College:
“Teaching the Statistical Investigation Process with Simulation-Based Inference to Improve Statistical Thinking”
Friday, June 10 at 2:15 p.m.
316 Machray Hall