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highlighting topics of current research a welcome reception at Edinburgh Castle 13–9/16/10—SAMSI 2009–2010
VENTS
interest. Contributions with detailed case and the society’s anniversary dinner at Our Opening Workshop on Space-Time
studies are especially welcome. For more Dynamic Earth. For more information, Analysis for Environmental Mapping,
OF E information, visit http://sites.google.com/ visit www.rss.org.uk/rss2009 or contact Epidemiology, and Climate Change,
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site/wints09 or contact Manuel Scotto, Paul Gentry, 12 Errol Street, London, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
Department of Mathematics, University International EC1Y 8LX, UK; 020 7614
This 12-month SAMSI program will
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of Aveiro, Aveiro, International 3810-193, 3918; conference@rss.org.uk.
focus on problems encountered in deal-
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Portugal; 351234370670; wints2009@
ing with random space-time fields, both
gmail.com.
9–11—CLADAG 2009, Catania, Italy
those that arise in nature and those used
The Classification and Data Analysis
as statistical representations of other
7–11—RSS 2009 Conference: Statistics
Group of the Italian Statistical Society pro-
processes. Researchers from statistics,
in a Changing Society - 175 Years of
motes advanced methodological research
applied mathematics, environmental
Progress, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
in multivariate statistics with a special
science, epidemiology, and meteorology
The 2009 International Conference of interest in data analysis and classification.
will be involved, and the program will
the Royal Statistical Society forms part CLADAG supports the exchange of ideas
promote the opportunity for interdisci-
of the society’s 175th anniversary cel- in these fields, including the dissemina-
plinary, methodological, and theoretical
ebration. Leading international speakers tion of concepts, numerical methods,
research. For details, visit www.samsi.
from a range of sectors will reflect upon algorithms, and computational and
info/workshops/2009spatial-opening200909.
the influence of the past, the statistical applied results. For more information, visit
shtml or contact Terri Nida, P.O. Box
methods of today, and future develop- cladag2009.unict.it or contact Salvatore
14006, RTP, NC 27709; (919) 685-9324;
ments. Keynote speakers include Sir David Ingrassia, Facoltà di Economia, Corso
tnida@samsi.info.
Cox, Denise Lievesley, Sally Morton, and Italia 55, Catania, International 95129,
Stephen Stigler. There will be a program Italy; s.ingrassia@unict.it. 14–16—S.Co. 2009, Milan, Italy
for career-young statisticians, and social
The aim of the S.Co. conference is to
events during the conference will include
provide a forum for the discussion of new
developments and applications of statisti-
cal models and computational methods for
complex and high-dimensional data. The
conference will consist of invited lectures,
organized and contributed sessions, and
poster presentations. For more informa-
tion, visit mox.polimi.it/sco2009 or contact
Eventi Mate, Piazza Leonardo Da Vinci,
32, Milano, International 20133, Italy;
eventimate@mate.polimi.it.
21–22—6th International Meeting on
Statistical Methods in Biopharmacy,
Paris, France
This meeting will focus on innovative
statistical approaches to design and analy-
sis of clinical trials, specifically missing
data, flexible designs, multiplicity, and
meta-analysis. Contributed papers are
welcome if they are relevant to these areas;
contributed posters are welcome if they
describe unrelated, but innovative, research
on the design and analysis of clinical tri-
als. For more information, visit www.
biopharma2009-sfds.fr or contact Claude
Petit, 900 Ridgebury Road, Ridgefield,
CT 06877; (203) 798-4303; claude.petit@
boehringer-ingelheim.com.
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