Statistics Seminars in year 2000-2001.

Seminar Location: N638 Ross; Seminar Time: Fridays, 10:30-11:30am.

Date Speaker Title
Friday September 29 Dr. Annie Qu, Oregon State University Semiparametric models for longitudinal data: the quadratic inference functions approach
Friday October 6 Dr. Saunak Sen, Jackson Laboratary The Pseudomarker Algorithm Faking data for QTL data analysis (11:30am)
Friday October 6 Dr. Saunak Sen, Jackson Laboratary Genes, Proteins and Uncertainty (2:30pm)
Friday October 13 Dr. Paul Gustafson, UBC Two Tales of Measurement Error
Friday October 27 Mr. Jin Zhang, York Powerful goodness-of-fit and multi-sample tests (cancelled due to the strike)
Friday January 12 Prof. John Fox, McMaster S+ and R language
Wednesday, January 24 Dr. Jeffrey D. Picka, University of Maryland Random sets as models of disordered materials
Thursday, February 8 Dr. Jonathan Taylor, McGill Random fields on surfaces and volumes without stationarity: application to brain imaging
Friday, February 9 Mr. Jin Zhang, York Powerful goodness-of-fit and multi-sample tests
Friday, February 16 Mr. Steven Xiaogang Wang, UBC Combining informaton by using maximum weighted likelihood method
Tuesday, February 20 Dr. Hwashin Hyun Shin, Queen's
Monday, March 5 Mr. Mu Zhu, Stanford Feature Extraction
Friday, March 9 Dr. Guoqi Qian, La Trobe Using MCMC for logistic regression model selection involving large number of candidate models
Wednesday, March 21 Dr. Xuewen Lu, Guelph A kernel smoothed semiparametric survival model
Friday, March 30 Dr. Mahmoud Zarepour, Ottawa Resampling point processes with some applications
Thursday, April 5 Dr. Jeffrey Rosenthal, Toronto Convergence of Gibbs samplers for uniform distributions
Friday, April 6 Mr. Zhenguo Qiu, York Simplex mixed models for longitudinal proportional data
Friday, April 20 Dr. Claudia Czado, Technische Universitat Munchen State space mixed models for longitudinal observations with binary and binomial responses
Friday, April 27 Dr. Changbao Wu, Waterloo Empirical likelihood method for finite populations