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Dec 19, 2012

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The IMS has a Facebook page: find us at https://www.facebook.com/IMSTATI. Give us a “like” if you like!

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IMS Presidential Address: Raising the Profile of Probability and Statistics

One of the final acts of the outgoing IMS President is to deliver the Address at the IMS annual meeting. Ruth Williams, who is now Past-President, delivered this at the [ More.. ]

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President’s Welcome: Hans Rudolf Künsch

The new IMS President for 2012-2013, Hans R. Künsch, writes: I took over as president in July at the World Congress, and I have been quite busy since then in [ More.. ]

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IMS-China Election Results

The newly-elected committee of IMS-China has 16 members (two members tied in number of votes). The Chair-elect of the IMS-China Committee is Shuyuan He. The Program Secretary is Zenghu Li [ More.. ]

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Jul 18, 2012

IMS Elections: results announced

The IMS election results are in. The new President-Elect is Bin Yu. Five people are elected to serve on Council for a three-year term, and one for a one-year term. [ More.. ]

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June/July 2012 Bulletin online now

The PDF version of the June/July 2012 IMS Bulletin is online now: click this link to download the complete PDF.

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May 17, 2012

Treasurer’s Report: Fiscal Year 2011

The IMS Treasurer, Jean Opsomer, reports on IMS membership and subscription data for calendar year end 2011, and reviews the fiscal year 2011 (July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011) [ More.. ]

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May 17, 2012

IMS website: update your own records

Update your own member record The IMS website, http://imstat.org, now offers members the facility to log in to their accounts and update their profiles. Please sign in at https://secure.imstat.org/members/imsmember.htm and [ More.. ]

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IMS Elections open

Each year IMS holds elections so that its members can choose the next President-Elect of the Institute and people to represent them on IMS Council. The candidate for President-Elect is [ More.. ]

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April/May 2012 Bulletin online now

The PDF version of the April/May 2012 IMS Bulletin is online now: download the complete PDF from the archives here.

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March 2012 Bulletin online now

The PDF version of the March 2012 IMS Bulletin is online now: click the “latest issue” link in the bar above.

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World Congress: funding update

The eighth World Congress in Probability and Statistics, which includes the 2012 IMS Annual Meeting, will be held July 9–14, 2012, in Istanbul, Turkey. The Congress organizers are pleased to announce new sources of funding.

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Members’ News: March 2012

Featuring news items about Peter Glynn, Michael Waterman, Claudia Neuhauser, George Casella, Dipak Dey, Wing Kam Fung, Sastry Pantula, Xiaotong Shen, Sudipto Banerjee, Jiti Gao, Stefano Iacus, Ranjan Maitra, Axel Munk, Haiyan Wang, Judith Rousseau

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New Schramm Lecture in Probability and Stochastic Processes

The IMS and the Bernoulli Society have recently cooperated to create a new joint lecture in probability and stochastic processes, named in honor of Oded Schramm. The lecture will be [ More.. ]

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President’s Welcome

IMS President, Ruth Williams, writes this introductory message, in which she informs readers about some of the ongoing and upcoming activities of the IMS, and encourages your participation. Our discipline [ More.. ]

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