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- Editors
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Executive Committee

President Susan Murphy (Massachusetts, USA)  Aug 2017- Aug 2019
Past President

Sara van de Geer (ETH Zurich, Switzerland) 

Aug 2017 - Aug 2019
President Elect

Claudia Klueppelberg (Munich, Germany) 

Aug 2017 - Aug 2019
ISI Director Ada van Krimpen (ISI Office, Netherlands)
Membership Secretary Leonardo Rolla (Buenos Aires, Argentina)   Aug 2017 - Dec 2017, Jan 2018 - Dec 2021
Publications Secretary Herold Dehling (Bochum, Germany)  July 2018 - June 2022
Scientific Secretary Byeong U. Park (Seoul, South Korea) 

April 1, 2015 - July 2016;July 2016 - July 2020 

Treasurer Lynne Billard (Athens, USA)  - Dec 2019


Ordinary Council Members 2015-2019

Arup Bose (Kolkata, India)
  Valerie Isham (London, UK)
Victor Rivero (Guanajuato, Mexico)
Akira Sakai (Hokkaido, Japan)
  Lorenzo Zambotti (Paris, France)
Johanna Ziegel (Bern, Switzerland)

Ordinary Council Members 2017-2021

Alexander Aue (Davis, USA)
  Arnak Dalayan (Paris, France)
Ingrid van Keilegom (Leuven, Belgium)
Mark Podolskij (Aarhus, Denmark)
  Richard Samworth (Cambridge, UK)
Eulália Vares (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Committee Chairs

Conferences on Stochastic Processes Zhen-Qing Chen (Seattle, WA, USA) Jan 2018 - Dec 2019
Probability and Statistics in the Physical Sciences Michael Beer (Leibniz Universität) Jan 2019 - Dec 2020
Publications Committee Herold Dehling (Bochum, Germany)  July 2018 - June 2022
Publicity Victor Panaretos (Lausanne, Switzerland)  March 2018 - Feb 2020

Regional Committee Chairs

European Marloes Maathuis (Zurich, Switzerland)  Jan 1, 2019 - Dec 31, 2020
East-Asian and Pacific Kostya Borovkov (Melbourne) Aug 2017- July 2019
Latin America Carenne Ludeña (Venezuela)

Editors

Bernoulli Markus Reiss & Mark Podolskij  Jan 2019 - Dec 2021
Stochastic Processes and Their Applications Sylvie Méléard (Palaiseau, France) April 2018 - March 2021
International Statistical Review Nalini Ravishanker (Connecticut, USA), Ray Chambers (Wollongong, Australia)
Bernoulli News Manuele Leonelli (Glasgow, UK)  January 2019 - 
Bernoulli e-Briefs Carlos Améndola (TU Munich) 
Aug 2018 - July 2021

Web Editors

Bernoulli Society

Soutir Bandyopadhyay (Colorado, USA)  July 2018 - June 2021 
Bernoulli Journal / Bernoulli News Justin van der Veeke (The Hague, Netherlands) (ISI PO Staff) 
SLAPEM Claudio Landim (Brazil)
Site Administrator Björn Böttcher (Dresden, Germany)

Representatives

World of Statistics committee Amber Puha (CSUSM, USA)
Bernoulli Youth Parthanil Roy (ISI Bangalore, India) Aug 2017 - Aug 2020

The Bernoulli Society is led by an Executive Committee and a Council. It has several standing committees for specific administrative functions, the development and advancement of specific subject areas in mathematical statistics and probability theory and their applications, and the support of activities that promote the cooperation within geographical regions.

Who is who in the Bernoulli Society

Committees of the Bernoulli Society

Governing Documents


Content
- Benefits of Joining the Bernoulli Society
- Special subscription rates for Bernoulli members
- Application Forms and Fees
- Membership Officer


As an opportunity to become a member, the Bernoulli Society offers:

  • 50% fee reduction for the first year of membership of new members from developed countries
  • PhD Students join for free
  • 70% fee reduction for the first two years of postdocs.
  • 70% fee reduction for members from developing countries
The Bernoulli Society membership structure changed in 2016. As of 2018, current membership categories are
1. Regular member (80 Euro): Members from developed countries.
2. Reduced rate member (24 Euro): Members from developing countries, first two years of postdoc, retired members, couple members
3. First year member (40 Euro): First year membership for regular members from developed countries.
4. Joint member: BS-IMS (150 Dollar) and BS-IMS-ISI (175 Euro) members
5. Student member: Free membership for phd students
6. Life member: Fees according to the following scheme
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Benefits of Joining the Bernoulli Society

Bernoulli Society members profit from the following benefits:

  • Reduced registration fees for meetings organized or sponsored by the Bernoulli Society.
  • Free of charge access to the online versions to the Official Publications of the Society:
  • Members receive the print version of Bernoulli News, the electronic bulletins Bernoulli e-Briefs and ISI News.
  • Reduced rates are available for print copies of Bernoulli Journal and Stochastic Processes and their Applications, and to online and print versions of the ISI International Statistical Review.
  • Members get special subscription rates for a number of related publications in probability, statistics and stochastic processes (see below for a comprehensive list of these publications and further information).
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  • Members with a BS-IMS or BS-IMS-ISI joint membership receive the IMS Bulletin and have free electronic access to the IMS journals: Annals of Statistics, Annals of Probability, Annals of Applied Probability, Annals of Applied Statistics and Statistical Science. They also have reduced subscription rates to print IMS publications.

Special subscription rates for Bernoulli members

Bernoulli Society members have special subscription rates to the following publications:

Members who would also like to receive hard copies of the Bernoulli Journal and/or hard copies of the International Statistical Review at reduced rates may order them when applying for membership or renewing their membership.

The personal hard copy subscription rates for the Bernoulli Journal are: 27 Euro (developed countries), 15 Euro (developed countries retired), 8 Euro (developing countries), 8 Euro (developing countries retired). The institutional rate is US$ 504.

To also receive hard copies of the Journal Stochastic Processes and their Applications at reduced rates contact online the publisher Elsevier.

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The following journals are available online only, at discounted prices. You can subscribe directly by visiting the websites linked with each journal.

The following journals can be ordered from the publisher with a discount for Bernoulli Society members:

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Membership Dues as of 2018

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First year of membership for members from developed countries €40
Students Free
Members from developing countries, first two years of postdoc, retired members and retired couples €24
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Joint membership - BS-IMS-ISI (only for elected ISI members) €175

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Membership Officer

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Ms. Margaret de Ruiter-Molloy (Membership Officer)
c/o International Statistical Institute
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