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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 Winter Term 18/19:

A semi-parametric model for the meta-analysis of diagnostic tests accounting for multiple thresholds Wednesday, 11/07/2018,      
16.00 s.t.
Annika Hoyer
Department of Statistics, LMU
Spatial Conditional Overdispersed Bayesian Model Proposals Wednesday, 11/28/2018,
16.00 s.t.
Vicente A. Núñez-Anton
Universidad del País Vasco, Bilbao
Linear Discriminant Analysis with High-dimensional Spatial Data Monday, 12/17/2018,
11.00 s.t.
Taps Maiti
Michigan State University
Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Tuesday, 01/15/2019,
14.00 s.t.
Aldo Faisal
Imperial College London
Statistical Postprocessing of Numerical Weather Predictions Wednesday, 01/23/2019,
16.00 s.t.
Thorsten Simon
Universität Innsbruck
Multi-state models in chronic disease epidemiology Wednesday, 01/30/2019,
16.00 s.t.
Ralph Brinks
Deutsches Diabetes-Zentrum, University of Düsseldorf
A relational approach in classification, subgroup discovery and statistical data analysis Wednesday, 02/13/2019,
16.00 s.t.
Georg Schollmeyer
Department of Statistics, LMU
Streaming data from a smartphone application: a new approach using mHealth and data-driven analyses to map health during travel during travel Wednesday, 03/13/2019,
09.00 s.t.
Andrea Farnham
Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Basel

Program Summer Term 2019:

Immigration and Support for the Welfare State: How to Do Replication in the Social Sciences? Wednesday, 05/08/2019,   
16.00 s.t.
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
tba Wednesday, 26/06/2019,
16.00 s.t.
Julia Polak
University of Melbourne
tba Wednesday, 07/03/2019,
16.00 s.t.
Ralf Münnich
University of Trier