Showcasing Early Career Researchers in Statistical Computing


  • 18 October 2012
  • London, UK
  • Organiser: RSS Statistical Computing Section & Young Statisticians Section
  • Contact: Rebecca Killick
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This half day meeting aims to showcase the promising talent from career young researchers in statistical computing.

Detecting aliasing in locally stationary textured images - Aimee Gott (Lancaster)

Efficient searching in tree and forest graphical models - Edmund Jones (Bristol)

Analysis of Lung CT Images for the Identification of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis - Heather Pettitt (Nottingham)

Neuroimaging genetics: Identifying gene pathways associated with a multivariate quantitative trait - Matt Silver (Imperial College London)

Modelling interactions in high-dimensional data with Backtracking - Rajen Shah (Cambridge)

Geometric MCMC methods for statistical computing - Simon Byrne (UCL)

Detecting Events and Patterns in the Social Web with Statistical Learning - Vasileios Lampos (Sheffield)

Optimal selection of data summaries in approximate Bayesian computation - Matt Nunes (Lancaster)

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