Dec 16, 2017

Bernoulli Society New Researcher Award

The Bernoulli Society welcomes submissions to the New Researcher Award. Each awardee will deliver a 30-minute talk during the ISI World Congress in Malaysia in 2019 (August 18–23, 2019, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), and will receive funding of up to 1000€ (roughly US$1150) to offset their travel and other expenses. Bernoulli News will publish their pictures and a paragraph about their work.

Interested candidates should submit a three-page synopsis of their presentation, along with their CV, to ber.soc.yra@gmail.com by February 28, 2018.

Eligible candidates are active researchers in Mathematical Statistics who, at the time of submission, are regular members of the Bernoulli Society and are within five years of receiving their PhD. Female candidates get one extra year for each child born since receiving their PhD.

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