SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES

November 25, 2014

Distinguished Lecture Series in Statistical Science

April 3-4, 2006
Elizabeth Thompson, University of Washington
April 3, 2006 Latent variables, uncertainty and evidence.
April 4, 2006 Uncertainty in inheritance and the detection of genetic linkage

November 9-10, 2005
Brad Efron
Max H. Stein Professor and Professor of Statistics and of Health Research and Policy, Department of Statistics, Stanford University
November 9, 2005 Fifty Years Of Empirical Bayes
November 10, 2005 Correlation And Large-Scale Simultaneous Significance Testing


The Distinguished Lecture Series in Statistical Science series was established in 2000 and takes place annually. It consists of two lectures by a prominent statistical scientist. The first lecture is intended for a broad mathematical sciences audience. The series occasionally takes place at a member university and is tied to any current thematic program related to statistical science; in the absence of such a program the speaker is chosen independently of current activity at the Institute. A nominating committee of representatives from the member universities solicits nominations from the Canadian statistical community and makes a recommendation to the Fields Scientific Advisory Panel, which is responsible for the selection of speakers.

Distinguished Lecture Series in Statistical Science Index

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