2014 - 2015

2015 May 22

Memorial: Marvin Zelen

1:00pm to 5:00pm


Amphitheater, John B. Martin Conference Center, Harvard Medical School
Informative flyer: event website
2014 Dec 11

BUStatPrSem: Ramis Movassagh

4:00pm to 5:00pm


MCS 148
Eigenvalues of Sums of Matrices from Free Probability Theory and Their Stochastic Dynamics
2015 Feb 10

AstroStatTalk: Shijing Si

1:00pm to 3:00pm


Science Center Rm. 706
A Hierarchical Model for the Distribution of the Ages of White Dwarfs in the Galactic Halo
2014 Jun 12

Stat Colloq: Steven Kou

2:00pm to 3:15pm


Science Center Rm. 705
EM Algorithm and Stochastic Control
2014 Sep 22

Stat Colloq: Richard Nickl

4:15pm to 5:15pm


Science Center Rm. 705
The confident Bayesian? On the frequentist validity of Bayesian nonparametric inference
2015 Mar 10

Biostats: Edoardo Airoldi

12:30pm to 2:00pm


Building 2, Room 426 - Biostatistics Conference Room - HSPH
Valid statistical analyses and reproducible science in the era of high-throughput biology High-throughput technology (eg, sequencing, mass spec) allows us to quantify biological mechanisms at a resolution that array technology and small scale experiments cannot. In the next 5-10 years, a substantial portion of biological research is expected to leverage some of these technologies. This flexibility comes with a price, however. Modern high-throughput instrumentation relies on built-in data collection protocols that are often biased. For instance, a mass spec selects the most abundant ions, at... Read more about Biostats: Edoardo Airoldi
2014 Sep 24

ApplStatWksp: Brandon Stewart

12:00pm to 1:30pm


1737 Cambridge Street, K354
Latent Factor Regressions for the Social Sciences



Hotel Marlowe, Cambridge
Northeast Decision Sciences Institute (NEDSI) Conference
2014 Oct 07

AstroStatTalk: John Johnson

1:00pm to 2:30pm


Science Center Rm. 706
A way to teach Bayesian statistical methods to novices
2015 Mar 24

Sociology: Matt Salganik (1)

12:00pm to 2:00pm


William James Hall 1550
The Network Scale-up Method for Estimating the Sizes of Hidden Population (Quantitative Methods in Sociology Workshop)