Events

Princeton Day of Statistics - Friday, October 29th – Saturday, October 30th 2021

The Princeton Day of Statistics is held every two years at Princeton University. The workshop gathers today's leading statisticians and Princeton students to discuss and develop new ideas that push the boundaries and frontiers of statistics and its many aspects. It also provides a focal venue for senior and junior researchers to discuss and outline emerging problems in their fields and to lay the groundwork for future collaborations.

It is organized by the Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering in collaboration with the Statlab at Princeton University.

Local organizers: Jianqing Fan and Matias Cattaneo (Princeton University). Please contact Tabitha Mischler, local coordinator, for more information.

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Princeton Day of Statistics - Friday, November 9, 2018

The Princeton Day of Statistics is held every two years at Princeton University. The one-day workshop gathers today's leading statisticians and Princeton students to discuss and develop new ideas that push the boundaries and frontiers of statistics and its many aspects. It also provides a focal venue for senior and junior researchers to discuss and outline emerging problems in their fields and to lay the groundwork for future collaborations.

It is organized by the Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering in collaboration with the Statlab at Princeton University.

Local organizers: Jianqing Fan and Samory Kptoufe (Princeton University). Please contact Tabitha Mischler, local coordinator, for more information.

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General Information

The conference will take place in:

Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building
Room 399
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544