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Colloquium of the Department

Organization: Helmut Küchenhoff, Maximilian Weigert

As a general rule the colloquium takes place wednesdays at 16:00 s.t. in the seminar room of the department, first floor, at Ludwigstraße 33.

The colloquium presents and discusses current topics in Statistics through lectures of professors or guests. Furthermore, theses of students and PhD candidates are presented.

Interested persons, especially students of statistics, are cordially invited to come.

Program Summer Term 2019:

TopicDateSpeaker
Immigration and Support for the Welfare State: How to Do Replication in the Social Sciences? Wednesday, 05/08/2019,   
16.00 c.t.
(Schellingstr. 3, S 006)
Katrin Auspurg, Josef Brüderl        
Department of Sociology, LMU                            
Online data challenges, disrupters and facilitators for grant-based clinical risk prediction research Wednesday, 05/22/2019,
16.00 s.t.
Donna Ankerst
Technical University of Munich
New approaches for the modeling of competing risks in discrete time Wednesday, 06/12/2019,
16.00 s.t.
Moritz Berger
Department of Statistics, LMU
Matrix-Free Algorithms for Smoothing Large Data Sets Wednesday, 06/19/2019,
16.00 s.t.
Julian Wagner
Department of Statistics, LMU
Bayesian modelling of treatment effects on panel outcomes Monday, 06/24/2019,
14.30 s.t.
Helga Wagner
Johannes Kepler University Linz
Aktuelle Probleme der Kalibrierung und kohärenten Schätzung Wednesday, 07/03/2019,
16.00 c.t.
(Geschw.-Scholl-Pl. 1, M 001)
Ralf Münnich
University of Trier
Learning good research practices the hard way: a reproducibility study in the class room Wednesday, 07/10/2019,
16.00 s.t.
Heidi Seibold
Department of Statistics, LMU
Kaggle-in-class Data Challenges Can Boost Student Learning Wednesday, 07/17/2019,
16.00 s.t.
Julia Polak
University of Melbourne
Overview of Masters Research (Analytics Application to the Insurability of Chronic Conditions) Thursday, 07/18/2019,
16.00 s.t.
Lee Sarkin
Munich Re Data Analytics, Singapore