• Genevera Allen (Rice University): Graph Learning for Functional Neuronal Connectivity
  • Jim Berger (Duke University): The Many Facets of the Strawderman Prior
  • Jianqing Fan (Princeton University): How Do Noise Tails Impact on Deep ReLU Networks?
  • Dominique Fourdrinier (Université de Rouen, France):  Data Based Loss Estimation of the Mean of a Spherical Distribution with a Residual Vector
  • Ed George (University of Pennsylvania): From Minimax Shrinkage Estimation to Minimax Shrinkage Prediction
  • Ying Hung (Rutgers University): Functional-Input Gaussian Processes with Applications to Inverse Scattering Problems
  • Iain Johnstone (Stanford University): Expectation Propagation in Mixed Models
  • Eric Marchand (Université de Sherbrooke, Canada): The Search for Efficient Predictive Density Estimators
  • Takeru Matsuda (RIKEN, Japan): Matrix Estimation by Singular Value Shrinkage
  • Fatiha Mezoued (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Statistique et d’Économie Appliquée, Algeria): Estimation of the Inverse Scatter Matrix for a Scale Mixture of Wishart Matrices Under Efron-MorrisType Losses
  • Christian Robert (Université Paris-Dauphine, France): Bayesian Model Choice in Finite and Infinite Mixtures
  • Andrew Rukhin (NIST): Heterogeneous Data and Objective Priors
  • Robert Strawderman (University of Rochester): Robust Q-learning
  • Larry Wasserman (Carnegie Mellon University): Causal Inference in the Time of Covid-19
  • Marty Wells (Cornell University): On Graphical Models and Convex Geometry
  • Emma Zhang (University of Miami): Network Community Detection: New Algorithms and Goodness-of-fit Tests

Final program, including all invited speakers, discussants, poster presenters will come soon.

Latest News

Congratulations to the following Professors on their promotions
John Kolassa, Distinguished Professor
Harry Crane, Full Professor
Zijian Guo, Associate Professor

Professor Qiyang Han received a NSF Career award

Professor Zijian Guo was awarded a grant from the Harvard School of Public Health

Professor Ruobin Gong was awarded an Alfred P Sloan Foundation grant

Professor Ying Hung elected IMS Fellow for fundamental contributions to design, statistical analysis, and uncertainty quantification of computer experiments with applications in cell biology

Ama Ampadu Kissi, First-year PhD student received the prestigious Society of Actuaries (SOA) James C. Hickman Scholar Doctoral fellowship award

Congratulations to all our awardees!