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IMS highlights at JSM

Among the highlights in the IMS program at the Joint Statistical Meetings: IMS Presidential Address and Awards Ceremony (Monday, July 29, 8:00 pm): Xiao-Li Meng: 011, 010111, and 011111100100 Wald Lectures (Mon, [ More.. ]


Preview: Medallion lecturer, Étienne Pardoux

Étienne Pardoux received his PhD in 1975 from the Université Paris-Sud Orsay, under the joint supervision of Alain Bensoussan and Roger Temam. He held a position at CNRS, before joining [ More.. ]


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 [ More.. ]


Congratulations to the 2019 IMS Fellows!

We are pleased to announce the 25 new IMS Fellows selected in 2019. They will be presented at the IMS Presidential Address and Awards session at JSM, on Monday July [ More.. ]


Nominate an IMS Special Lecturer

Submit a nomination: The IMS Committee on Special Lectures is accepting nominations for these IMS Named and Medallion Lectures in 2019: 2020 & 2021 Wald Lecturers 2020 Le Cam [ More.. ]


IMS Hannan Graduate Student Travel Awards

The ten winners of this year’s Hannan Travel Awards are: Satwik Acharyya, Texas A&M University; Joshua J. Bon, Queensland University of Technology; Jeremiah Zhe Liu, Harvard University; Hyeyoung Maeng, London School [ More.. ]


Tweedie Award: Po-Ling Loh

The IMS has selected Po-Ling Loh as the winner of this year’s Tweedie New Researcher Award. She is an assistant professor in the Department of Statistics at the University of [ More.. ]


2020 Bernoulli–IMS World Congress

The named lecturers for the 2020 Bernoulli–IMS World Congress in Probability and Statistics (August 17–21, 2020, at Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea) have been announced. The IMS Lectures are as [ More.. ]


Preview: Rietz lecturer, Yoav Benjamini

Yoav Benjamini is the Nathan and Lily Silver Professor of Applied Statistics at the Department of statistics and Operations Research at Tel Aviv University. He holds BSc. In Physics and [ More.. ]


Preview: Medallion lecturer, Charles Bordenave

Charles Bordenave studied at Ecole Polytechnique in France, and received his PhD in 2006 under the supervision of François Baccelli. He was a postdoc at UC Berkeley before joining University [ More.. ]


Preview: Special IMS Lectures in 2019

Over the coming months we will be featuring previews of the 2019 special invited speakers who will be giving their lectures at three IMS meetings this year: the INFORMS/APS meeting [ More.. ]


Medallion lecture preview: Krzysztof Burdzy

Krzysztof Burdzy received his PhD in 1984 from the Department of Statistics at the University of California at Berkeley, under the supervision of Professor Jim Pitman. He was a postdoc [ More.. ]


Medallion lecture preview: David Dunson

David Dunson is Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor of Statistical Science and Mathematics at Duke University. He is known for his broad spanning contributions to statistical methodology, with a particular [ More.. ]


IMS awards: nominate or apply now

There is still time to nominate your outstanding colleagues and collaborators IMS Fellowship or for the Carver medal. A candidate for the IMS Fellowship [see Philip Protter’s article here]shall have [ More.. ]


Nominate for IMS Awards

There is still time to consider who to nominate for these distinguished IMS awards. Nominations are open for the following IMS Awards for 2019: • Tweedie New Researcher Award, deadline [ More.. ]



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