May 22, 2016

Peter Hall Memorial Conference

Peter Hall Memorial Conference
September 30–October 1, 2016
Conference Center, University of California, Davis
Please join the UC Davis Department of Statistics for the Peter Hall Memorial Conference in honor of Distinguished Professor Peter Hall who sadly passed away in January 2016.
The confirmed speakers so far for the Peter Hall Memorial Conference are: Jeannie Hall, Melbourne, Australia; Rudy Beran, UC Davis; Peter Bickel, UC Berkeley; Tony Cai, University of Pennsylvania; Song Xi Chen, Iowa State University; Ming-Yen Cheng, National Taiwan University; Aurore Delaigle, University of Melbourne; Jianqing Fan, Princeton University; Frédéric Ferraty, University of Toulouse; Jiashun Jin, Carnegie Mellon University; Iain Johnstone, Stanford University; Runze Li, Pennsylvania State University; Steve Marron, University of North Carolina; Byeong Park, Seoul National University; Terry Speed, Melbourne and UC Berkeley; Matt Wand, University of Technology, Sydney; Alan Welsh, Australian National University; and Fang Yao, University of Toronto.

The full schedule of events and speaker abstracts will be posted soon. Registration is open now.

If you would like to give a short contributed talk please complete the form on the website. Space for contributed talks is limited and so you may be asked to provide a poster instead. Talks could be as short as five minutes depending on the number of contributors.


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