The Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor of Statistics has been nominated to serve as president of the American Statistical Association (ASA) for the 2025 term.
Paper of the Month: October 2022
Ghosh, M., Sinha, B. K. and Mukhopadhyay, N. (1976). Multivariate sequential point estimation. Journal of Multivariate Analysis 6: 281-294.
Statistics Colloquium: Sakshi Arya, Pennsylvania State University
“Epsilon-Greedy strategy for Nonparametric Bandits,” presented by Sakshi Arya, Eberly Fellow and Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Statistics, Penn State University
Statistics Colloquium: Xianyang Zhang, Texas A&M University
“Powerful Large-scale Inference in Omics Association Studies,” Presented by Xianyang Zhang, Associate Professor, Department of Statistics, Texas A & M University
Statistics Colloquium: Judy Huixia Wang, George Washington University
“Copula-Based Approaches for Analyzing Non-gaussian Spatial Data,” presented by Judy Huixia Wang, Chair and Professor, Department of Statistics, Washington University
Statistics Colloquium: Reuben Retnam, Takeda Pharmaceuticals
“A ‘Divide-and-Conquer’ AECM Algorithm for Large non-Gaussian Longitudinal Data with Irregular Follow-Ups, presented by Reuben Retnam, Takeda Pharmaceuticals
Statistics Colloquium: Scott Bruce, Texas A&M University
“Interpretable Classification of Categorical Time Series Using the Spectral Envelope and Optimal Scalings,” presented by Scott Bruce, Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, Texas A & M University
Paper of the Month: September 2022
Belkin, M., Hsu, D., Ma, S., & Mandal, S. (2019). Reconciling modern machine-learning practice and the classical bias–variance trade-off. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116(32), 15849-15854.
Interdisciplinary Seminar: Kosuke Imai, Harvard University
“Experimental Evaluation of Algorithm-Assisted Human Decision-Making: Application to Pretrial Public Safety Assessment,” presented by Kosuke Imai, Professor of Government and of Statistics, Harvard University, Institute for Quantitative Social Science.
Statistics Colloquium: Jae-Kwang Kim, Iowa State University
“Multiple Bias Calibration for Valid Statistical Inference With Selection Bias,” presented by Jae-Kwang Kim, LAS Dean’s Professor, Department of Statistics, Iowa State University.