The Department of Statistical Sciences hosts weekly seminars where visitors and staff present their research.

All are welcome!

Venue: Zoom
Time: 13h00 – 14h00

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Seminars in 2022

Date Speaker Provisional Title/Topic

14 Feb

Trevor Hastie, Stanford University


21 Feb

Dr Pahli Lehohla, Oxford University Official Statistics and politics in the era of heightened and fast-paced technology

19 April 

Prof. Dani Gamerman, Federal University of Minas Gerais

Spatiotemporal point processes: regression, models, applications and future directions.

28 Feb (starts @ 2pm)

Prof Xiao-Li Meng, University of Harvard

Bayesian inference with incomplete Likelihood and Prior: Employing Quick-and-Dirty Bayes Theorems and Prior Impact Assessments.

07 March

Tristan Naidoo, Imperial College Automated quantification of hydraulic failure in plants using deep learning.

14 March

Prof Sylvia Frühwirth-Schnatter, WU Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien From here to infinity - bringing finite and Bayesian nonparametric mixture models in model-based clustering.
11 April Dr Schofield, University of Otago TBA
25 April Yingzhen Li, Imperial College Evaluating approximate inference for Bayesian neural networks.
9 May Prof David Banks, Duke University Statistical Challenges in Agent-Based Models.
16 May Dr Reshma, Kassenjee TBA
23 May Prof Rizopoulos, Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam Personalized Scheduling of Invasive Procedures.