I denne foredragsserien inviterer vi utenlandske gjester, forskere fra andre universiteter og andre institutter, statistikere fra ulike arbeidsplasser samt ansatte og studenter fra vårt eget institutt til å presentere sine forskningsresultater. Foredragene vil variere i innhold og form, og er selvfølgelig åpne for alle.
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Tirsdager kl 14.15-15.15 i seminarrom B81, 8. etasje i Matematikkbygningen (Niels Henrik Abels hus), Blindern
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Helge Brunborg (Statistisk sentralbyrå) holder et seminar i rom 107, 1. etasje N.H. Abels Hus kl. 14:15 tirsdag 3. februar: Hva skjer med verdens befolkningsutvikling?
Andrea Riebler ( Dept. of math., NTNU) gives a seminar in room 107, 1st floor N.H. Abels House at 15:15 December 2nd: Projecting the future burden of cancer: Bayesian APC analysis made simple.
Jan Fredrik Bjørnstad (Statistics Norway and Dept. of Math.,UiO) gives a seminar in room 107, 1st floor N.H. Abels House at 14:15 November 18th: Survey sampling the way I see it.
Tore Selland Kleppe (University of Stavanger) gives a seminar in room 107, 1st floor N.H. Abels House at 14:15 November 11th: Bandwidth Selection In Pre-Smoothed Particle Filters
Kristan Ranestad (Dept. of Math, UiO) gives a seminar in room 107, 1st floor N.H. Abels House at 14:15 Tuesday October 14th. Algebra og statistics: Phylogenetic models from an algebraic geometric viewpoint
Ørnulf Borgan (Department of Mathematics,UiO) gives a seminar
in room 107, 1st floor N.H. Abels House at 14:15 Tuesday September 23rd:
Using cumulative sums of martingale residuals for model checking in nested case-control studies
Per A. Mykland (The University of Chicago) og Lan Zhang (University of Illinois at Chicago) give a seminar in Auditorium 4, Vilhelm Bjerknes house, at 14:15, Tuesday June 17th: Assessment of Uncertainty in High Frequency Data: The Observed Asymptotic Variance
Diana Domanska (University of Silesia) gives a seminar in Auditorium 4, Vilhelm Bjerknes house, at 14:15, Tuesday June 10th:
Steffen Grønneberg (BI Norwegian Business School), gives a seminar in Auditorium 4, Vilhelm Bjerknes house, at 14:15, Tuesday May 27th:
Econometric inference theories and multiple use of the same data
Welcome to the Abel Symposium 2014 in Lofoten. The symposium will bring researchers together to discuss statistical analysis for high-dimensional data.
[This is a closed event by invitation only, but a proceedings will be published by Springer (linked here).]
Martin Jullum (Department of Mathematics, UiO), gives a seminar in Auditorium 4, Vilhelm Bjerknes house, at 14:15, Tuesday March 4th:
Parametric or Nonparametric: The Focused Information Criterion Approach
The 14th Annual Winter School of eVITA/SINTEF will be held January 19-24th 2014 in Geilo. The topic for the 2014 school is Big data challenges to modern statistics, with several internationally renowned experts giving a series of lectures on the subject. Read more on the website of the winter school (external link).
Jan Fredrik Bjørnstad (SSB and Department of Mathematics, UiO) will talk about
Extended likelihood approach to large-scale multiple testing
Philip Jonathan (Shell Projects & Technology, U.K. and Lancaster University) and David Randell (Shell Projects & Technology and Durham University) will give two talks:
Modelling extreme environments
Locating and quantifying gas emission sources using remotely obtained concentration data
Peter Müller (Division of Statistics + Scientific Computation, The University of Texas at Austin) will talk about
A Nonparametric Bayesian Model for Local Clustering
Kristoffer Herland Hellton (Department of Biostatistics, UiO) will talk about
Consistency in high-dimensional principal component analysis
Benjamin Holcblat (Department of Financial Economics, BI) will talk about
A Classical Moment-Based Approach with Bayesian Properties: Econometric Theory and Empirical Evidence from Asset Pricing
Michael Scheuerer will talk about (Institute of Applied Mathematics, Heidelberg University)
Statistical post-processing of weather forecasts: The importance of spatial modeling
Thomas Jaki (Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Lancaster University) will talk about
Designing multi-arm multi-stage clinical studies
Matthew Sperrin (Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Lancaster University) will talk about
Modelling the effect of interventions on onset and progression of chronic disease
Bin Yu (Departments of Statistics and Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, UC Berkeley) will talk about
Spectral clustering and high-dim stochastic block model for undirected and directed graphs
Fabio Divino (University of Molise, Italy) will talk about
MCMC computation for Bayesian modeling of presence-only data