Oct 3, 2012

IMS Special Invited Lecturers in 2013

Next year’s Special Invited Lectures are three Wald Lectures, a Rietz Lecture, and eight Medallion Lectures.

At the JSM, in Montreal from August 3–8, 2013, the Wald Lectures will be given by Piet Groeneboom (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands), and the Rietz Lecture will be delivered by Larry Wasserman (Carnegie Mellon University). At the same meeting there will also be seven Medallion Lectures, from: Lutz Dümbgen (University of Bern, Switzerland), Peter Guttorp (University of Washington, Seattle), Gady Kozma (Weizmann Institute, Israel), Judea Pearl (University of California, Los Angeles), Jeremy Quastel (University of Toronto, Canada), Ya’acov Ritov (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel), and Martin Wainwright (University of California, Berkeley).

The other Medallion Lecture, by Bálint Virág (University of Toronto, Canada), will be given at the SPA in Boulder, Colorado (July 29 – August 2, 2013).

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