Konferenca Applied statistics 2022 (Ljubljana)

After two years of pandemic, we are happy to announce that the

18th Applied Statistics 2022 International Conference will be held September 19‒21, 2022 at the University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

The 18th Applied Statistics 2022 conference is organized by the Statistical Society of Slovenia in cooperation with the University of Ljubljana (Faculty of Social Sciences and Faculty of Medicine). The conference will be held in-person, hosted by the Faculty of Social Sciences.
Please visit the conference homepage at https://stat-d.si/applied-statistics-conference/as2022/ to register for the conference.
The conference program includes plenary sessions, invited sessions, parallel contributed sessions, and a workshop. The invited speakers are:
1. Peter Filzmoser (Vienna University of Technology, Austria): Robust linear and logistic regression for high-dimensional compositional data
2. Matthias Schmid (University of Bonn, Germany): Competing risks methods for discrete time-to-event data
3. Donald B. Rubin (Tsingua University, China; Temple University, USA; Harvard University, USA): Applications of multiple imputation, from calibrating changing occupation/industry coding systems in the US Census, to evaluating the impact of nonresponse in the Slovenian Plebiscite, to understanding placebo effects in pharmaceutical experiments
The workshop "Generalized blockmodeling in R using blockmodeling package" will be given by Aleš Žiberna and Marjan Cugmas (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia).

For more information, please visit the conference homepage (https://stat-d.si/applied-statistics-conference/as2022/) or contact us at as@stat-d.si.



Main contact:
e-mail: info.stat (at) uni-lj.si

Contact for administrative questions (enrolment, technical questions):
Nina Fošnarič
University of Ljubljana, Faculty of electrical engineering, Tržaška cesta 25, 1000 Ljubljana.
room num.: AN012C-ŠTU
phone: 01 4768 460
e-mail: nina.fosnaric (at) fe.uni-lj.si


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