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1 June 2017 29 views No Comment
Byran Smucker of Miami University Ohio, SPES JSM Program Chair-Elect

    SPES has three invited and three topic-contributed sessions at the upcoming JSM in Baltimore. The section is also cosponsoring two invited and two topic-contributed sessions and one continuing education course with other sections.

    Invited Sessions

    • Emerging Statistical Methods for Big Tensor Data in Chemometrics and Related Fields, organized by Ping Ma, University of Georgia
    • Rethinking the Analysis of Modern Designed Experiments, organized by Byran Smucker, Miami University Ohio
    • Design and Analysis of Computer Experiments for Complex Systems, organized by Ying Hung

    Topic-Contributed Sessions

    • Statistics for Computer Experiments: Collaboration Between Industry and Academia, organized by Qiong Zhang, Virginia Commonwealth University
    • New Directions in Computer Experiments, organized by Matthew Pratola, The Ohio State University
    • Climate Statistics: Studies on the Physics and Impacts of Climate Change Using Data Science, organized by Ansu Chatterjee, University of Minnesota

    Cosponsored Invited and Topic-Contributed Sessions

    • Complex Risk Structures or Constraints of Reliability of Systems, organized by Jen Tang of Purdue University
    • Scan Statistics in Networks and Graphs, organized by Joseph Naus, Rutgers University
    • Methodological and Computational Advances in Bayesian Design for Scientific and Industrial Experimentation, organized by Dave Woods, University of Southampton
    • Statistical Process Control for Complex Data Structures, organized by Emmanuel Yashchin, IBM Research

    Continuing Education Course

    • Preparing Statistician/Statistics Graduates to Be Data Scientists (additional fee), led by Ming Li, Amazon and TAMU – Commerce, and Hui Lin, DuPont Pioneer
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