Note that Leonardo Rojas-Nandayapa (University of Queensland) and Olivier Wintenberger (University Paris Dauphine) were awarded two Elsevier Travel Awards (500 Euros each) for participation in this conference.
Bernoulli Society participation in the 58th ISI World Statistics Congress
Take a note of the participation of the Bernoulli Society in the 58thISI World Statistics Congress in Dublin, August 21-26. Organized or sponsored activities include:
Credit Risk and Levy Processes organized by Wim Schoutens (University of Leuven, Belgium)
MCMC organized by Gareth Roberts (University of Warwick, United Kingdom)
Inferential tools based on model selection, shrinkage and related methods organized by Hannes Leeb (University of Vienna, Austria)
We are pleased to annonce that there are several NSF travel grants for U.S. participants (young researchers, women and minority) traveling to the 35th Stochastic Processes and their Applications meeting in Oaxaca, Mexico from the 19th to the 24th of June 2011.
As a satellite meeting to the 2011 ISI World Congress, and the first of its kind, the 2011 ISI Young Statisticians Meeting (YSI 2011) seeks to promote the active participation of early career statisticians in the epicentre of the ISI World Congress. The meeting will take place from August 19th-21st 2011, preceeding the 2011 ISI World Congress. Further information http://www.isi2011.ie/content/ysi
Dynamic Statistical Models - Satellite Meeting to the 58th World Statistics Congress
On Wednesday September 8, 10:50-11:15 the ISI President-Elect Jae C. Lee and the Bernoulli Society President-Elect Edward Waymire will talk about: The future of societies of mathematical statistics and probability. This is a special Session for the World Statistics Day at the Osaka 2010 SPA Conference.
Fifth International Workshop in Applied Probability
The Fifth International Workshop in Applied Probability (co-sponsored by the Bernoulli Society) will be held at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Colmenarejo Campus, on July 5th-8th, 2010. The aim of this workshop is to bring together and foster collaboration among scientists engaged in applied probability. A wide range of active research fields will be covered featuring seven invited plenary lectures presented by leading specialists. In addition, there will be a large variety of invited sessions, contributed talks, and posters.