[R] ASC/NZSA 2006 - Detailed Program Available via the Website

From: David Scott <d.scott_at_auckland.ac.nz>
Date: Wed 24 May 2006 - 19:37:54 EST

Australian Statistical Conference / New Zealand Statistical Association Conference
'Statistical Connections'
SKYCITY, Auckland, New Zealand
3 - 6 July 2006


Register now for ASCNZ06 - an international conference with a full and varied scientific program.

For up to date and detailed information on the 2006 Program visit: http://www.statsnz2006.com/program.asp

ASC / NZSA 2006 with less than two months to go has attracted substantial registrations to its outstanding scientific program featuring ;

Professor David Donoho - Stanford University, Title: Sparsity in Estimation and Detection

Professor Peter Hall - ANU, Title: PCA For FDA

Professor Ray Chambers - University of Southampton Title: Models and Auxiliary Information in Survey Sampling

Professor Xiao-Li Meng - Harvard University Title: (Data) Size Does Matter, But You Might Be In for a Surprise ...

  > 25 Invited Speaker Sessions covering leading international and local speakers featuring a wide range of topics in Statistical and Machine Learning, Statistical Inference, Statistics in Ecology and the Environment, Statistics in Biological Sciences and Medicine, Stochastic Processes, Econometrics and Finance, Computational Statistics and High Dimensional Data Modelling.

> Over 30 contributed paper sessions complementing the Plenary and
Invited Sessions

  > A full day theme devoted to Official Statistics starting with the Foreman Lecture by Professor Ray Chambers, followed by an invited session featuring Professor Alastair Scott and Professor Kirk Wolter. After lunch there will be an Official Statistics Forum featuring the New Zealand Government Statistician Mr Brian Pink and the Australian Statistician Mr Dennis Trewin, followed by a contributed session. Other contributed sessions on various aspects of official statistics will be held throughout the conference.

>Also included in the conference program is a Young Statisticians

> Associated workshops on Distance Sampling, Stochastic Processes and
the R-Fest Workshops on R Graphics, S programming and Bioconductor. Find out more on the workshops at the following link http://www.statsnz2006.com/workshop.asp

>For information on Tours and Social events Please visit the website

We look forward to seeing you in Auckland!

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