“Bayesian Spatial Homogeneity Learning for Functional Data”, presented by Guanyu Hu, Department of Statistics, University of Missouri.
Statistics Colloquium: Ying Zhou, University of Toronto
“The Promises of Parallel Outcomes”, presented by Ying Zhou, Department of Statistics, University of Toronto.
Statistics Colloquium: Mary Lai Salvana, University of Houston
“3D Bivariate Spatial Modelling of Argo Ocean Temperature and Salinity Profiles”, presented by Mary Lai Salvana, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Mathematics, University of Houston.
Statistics Colloquium: Marcin Jurek, University of Texas at Austin
“Gaussian Processes as a Tool to Represent Complex Phenomena”, presented by Marcin Jurek, Department of Statistics and Data Sciences, University of Texas at Austin.
Statistics Colloquium: Nathan Wikle, University of Texas at Austin
“Causal Inference for Environmental Health Data: Estimating Causal Effects in the Presence of Spatial Interference”, presented by Nathan Wikle, Department of Statistics and Data Sciences, University of Texas at Austin.
Statistics Colloquium: Steve Leeds, Ironwood Pharmaceuticals
“Non-Technical Strategies and Behaviors Every Successful Data Analyst Should Adopt”, presented by Steve Leeds, Vice President of Business Analytics, Ironwood Pharmaceuticals
Statistics Colloquium: Stefano Iacus, Harvard University
“Sentiment Analysis, Social Media and Subjective Well-Being”, presented by Stefano Iacus, Senior Research Scientist and Director of Data Science and Product Research, The Institute for Quantitative Social Science, Harvard University
Statistics Colloquium: Hongtu Zhu, UNC-Chapel Hill
“Statistical Learning Methods for Neuroimaging Data Analysis with Applications”, presented by Hongtu Zhu, Professor, Department of Biostatistics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Gillings School of Global Public Health.
Interdisciplinary Seminar: Dylan Small, University of Pennsylvania
“Testing an Elaborate Theory of a Causal Hypothesis”, presented by Dylan Small, University of Pennsylvania.
Joint UConn/UMass Statistics Colloquium: Haben Michael, UMass Amherst
“The Population and Personalized AUCs”, presented by Haben Michael, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Massachusetts Amherst.