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2nd Call for Abstracts

Dear colleagues, The programme committee of the DAGStat 2013 invites you to submit abstracts for oral or poster presentations for the 3rd Joint Statistical Meeting DAGStat 2013 which will take place in Freiburg (Germany) from March 18 to 22, 2013. The meeting includes the 59th 'Biometrisches Kolloquium' and the 'Pfingsttagung der Deutschen Statistischen Gesellschaft'. The 'Deutsche Arbeitsgemeinschaft Statistik' (DAGStat) is a network of scientific and professional organizations that develop and promote statistical theory and methodology. According to the motto 'Statistics under one umbrella', contributions of all statistical disciplines will be discussed. The main talks will address current topics which will be interesting for statisticians of all areas of application.

 

*Registration and abstract submission are now open.*


Abstracts can be submitted on http://dagstat2013.uni-freiburg.de until the *1st December 2012.*



Confirmed Invited Speakers:

  • Odd Aalen, U Oslo
  •  Gerard van den Berg, U Mannheim
  • Ludwig Fahrmeir, LMU München
  • Mitch Gail, National Cancer Institute, Bethesda
  • Xiao-Li Meng, Harvard U
  • Tom Stanley, Hendrix College
  • Ed Vytlacil, Yale U
  • Daniel Bauer, U Georgia, Atlanta
  • Miguel Hernan, U Harvard School of Public Health, Boston
  • Patrick Bossuyt, U Amsterdam
  •  Kurt Hornik, U Wien
  • Peter Filzmoser, TU Wien
  • Valerii Fedorov, Quintiles
  • Simon Wood, U Bath
  • Marc Paolella, U Zürich
  • Peter Bühlmann, ETH Zürich
  • John Copas, U Warwick
  • Stephen Walter, U McMaster, Canada
  • Ruth Pfeiffer, National Cancer Institute, Bethseda, USA
  • Simon Thompson, U Cambridge
  • Matthias Parey, U Essex

 

 

Topics:

 

Talks from a great variety of topics from different fields of applications like medicine, economics and engineering will allow and support an exchange of statistical methods and thus encourage interesting and productive scientific discussions. Sessions will include the following topics:

 

  • Penalized and Regularized Regression Analysis
  • Time Series Analysis
  • Robust and Distribution Free Statistics
  • Non- and Semi-Parametric Statistics
  • Observational Studies
  • Survival and Event History Analysis
  • Computational and Simulation Based Statistics
  • Clustering
  • Classification
  • Statistics for High Dimensional Data
  • Applied Econometrics
  • Risk Analysis and Risk Prediction
  • Statistics in Finance, Insurance and Banking
  • Statistical Surveillance
  • Official Statistics and Demography
  • Spatial Statistics
  • Research Synthesis and Meta Analysis
  • Benefit Assessment in Public Health
  • Statistics in Clinical and Preclinical Research
  • Statistics in Agriculture and Ecology
  • Industrial Statistics
  • Visualizations and Exploratory Data Analysis
  • Image Analysis and Computer Vision
  • Statistical Teaching and Consulting
  • Design of Experiments
  • Educational Research
  • Competence Modeling in Economics
  • Statistik in der Öffentlichkeit und in der Politik (German)
  • Open Topics

 

Tutorials:

 

  • The Craft of Smoothing (Full day, 18 March, 9:00am - 5:00pm) with Paul H. C. Eilers and Brian D. Marx
  • Competing Risks (Full day, 18 March, 9:00am - 5:00pm) with Jan Beyersmann and Arthur Allignol
  • Introduction to Parallel Programming and Batch Computing with R (Half day, 22 March, 2:00pm - 6:00pm) with Bernd Bischl and Michel

 

Local organization:

Martin Schumacher, Jan Beyersmann, Erika Graf, Guido Schwarzer, Martin Wolkewitz

Institute of Medical Biometry and Medical Informatics University Hospital Freiburg

Email: dagstat2013@imbi.uni-freiburg.de

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