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CRM > English > Activities > Curs 2015-2016 > statistical Advances for Complex Data Seminar
statistical Advances for Complex Data Seminar

 

  
INTENSIVE RESEARCH PROGRAMME ON STATISTICAL ADVANCES FOR COMPLEX DATA​

 

September 8 to November 27, 2015
 
Weekly seminar
 

  

Goals
 
The visiting researchers will lecture about their present topics of interest. The goal of the weekly Seminar is to contribute to the dissemination of research, to provide an opportunity for scientific exchange and to initiate joint research projects.
 
Facultat de Ciències. UAB
Bellaterra (Barcelona)
Auditori Conference Room
 
Please, check the scheduled sessions below. Some morning sessions will be preceded by the programme's weekly coffee. Everybody is welcome! No registration is needed. 
 
​​Sessions
 
 
Thursday, September 10
Urania Dafni, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens​
Current Issues in Clinical Trials: A Biostatistician's perspective
 
Tuesday, September 22
Adolfo J. Quiroz, Universidad de los Andes
Nearest neighbours for Support vector machines (addressed mainly to MSc students) (abstract)
 
Thursday, September 23
Joaquin Ortega, Centro de investigación en Matemáticas de México​
The two-sample problem for functional data (abstract)
 
Monday and Tuesday, September 28 and 29
Adolfo J. Quiroz, Universidad de los Andes
Mini course: Graph Theoretic Methods in Multivariate Statistics (abstract)
 
Thursday, October 1  ​
Adolfo J. Quiroz, Universidad de los Andes
Permutation methods in the two-sample problem for Functional Data (abstract)
 
Tuesday, October 13 
KyungMann Kim, University of Wisconsin-Madison​
Marginal Mean Models for Zero-Inflated Count Data (abstract)
 
 Wednesday, October 28 
A multi-state model for estimating the progression of stage IV non-small cells lung cancer (abstract)
Carmen Armero, Universitat de València
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Tuesday, November 3 
Herbert Braselmann, Helmholtz Zentrum Muenchen ​
The Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney test under scrutiny for molecularbiological data (Abstract)

Friday, November 6  (more information)
Celestin Kokonendji, Laboratoire de Mathématiques de Besançon
Bayesian estimations of bandwidth in semiparametric discrete kernel estimations 
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Thursday, November 12 
Celestin Kokonendji, Laboratoire de Mathématiques de Besançon
Nonparametric estimation of the number of zeros in truncated count distributions (Abstract)


Wednesday, November 25 
Simon Wood, University of Bath
General smooth additive modelling Colloqui_Wood_Simon.pdfAbstract ​
​Contact information
 
For further information please contact Ms. Neus Portet at nportet@crm.cat.​
 
 

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