May 15, 2019

New Researcher Travel Awards

The 2019 IMS New Researcher Travel Awards are supporting 11 new researchers to attend the following meetings. If you’re there, please look out for them and say hello!

Statistics conference in honour of Aad van der Vaart’s 60th birthday (June 17–21, Leiden, The Netherlands): Bo Ning, Yale.

IMS China Meeting (July 6–10, Dalian): Boxiang Wang, Univ. Iowa, Guannan Wang, College of William and Mary, Yuanyuan Zhang, Univ. Manchester, UK.

International Conference on Computer Age Statistics in the Era of Big and High Dimensional Data (which was in January): Marcelo Bourguignon Pereira, UF Rio Grande do Norte.

Joint Statistical Meetings (July 27–August 1, Denver): Abhishek Chakrabortty, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Xinyi Li, UNC Chapel Hill, Quan Zhou, Rice Univ.

O’Bayes (June 29–July 2, Warwick, UK): Justin Strait, Univ. Georgia.

Stochastic Processes and their Applications (July 8–12, Evanston): Mikołaj Kasprzak, Univ. Luxembourg.

WNAR/IMS/JR Meeting (June 23–26, Portland): Lu Mao, University of Wisconsin–Madison.

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