Flint International Statistics Conference: Flint: One City – 100 Years Under Variability

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  • 24 June - 28 June 2014
  • Kettering University, Flint, Michigan, USA
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This international conference is being organized by Kettering University to celebrate the IYS 2013 and the 175th anniversary of the American Statistical Association (ASA).

The intention is to bring together statisticians with expertise in statistical modeling, education, and applications. The conference will focus on multi-disciplinary use of historical data for urban communities. Participants may use any data of their choice. Analysis and models based on historical records will be included or discussed in the plenary sessions, invited talks, presentations and tutorials. Data about the City of Flint, MI, consisting of up to 100 years of demographic, health, labor, census, and crime records will be summarized in advance of the conference and made available to the participants. The Flint history spans the early years of the automotive industry, the force behind Flint’s growth, as well as its decline, both of which have had an impact on the Flint community. Each Session of the conference will start with an extended presentation of the statistical achievements and perspectives in the discussed area, followed by several talks on current research and results.

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