13th Islamic Countries Conference on Statistical Sciences


The 13th Islamic Countries Conference on Statistical Sciences (ICCS-13) (“Statistics for Better Life”) takes place at the IBP International Convention Centre between 18 and 21 December 2014.

The objectives of the conference are to:

•bring together research workers and practitioners in statistical sciences from all over the world and in particular from Islamic Countries through a mutual exchange programme
•highlight the contributions of Muslim scholars to the development of statistical sciences
•organize and strengthen a central information system by establishing data banks and centres of information
•associate statistically developed countries to help in developing and transferring of statistical technology to Islamic Countries
•promote the application of statistical sciences including computer and information technology in the development of Islamic Countries
•promote the use of computer technology, robotics and artificial intelligence in Islamic Countries
•establish training centres to promote statistical education
•coordinate and unify courses in statistics at all levels of education in the Islamic Countries
•organize conferences, seminars, colloquia, workshops, short courses, and any other means of communication helpful in exchanging scientific ideas.

Topics presented at the conference include: statistical theory, probability models, stochastic processes, statistical inference, survival analysis, biostatistics, bioinformatics, epidemiology, reliability theory, quality control, sampling, statistical computing, Bayesian analysis, time series, econometrics, statistical demography, statistical education, financial mathematics, actuarial science, environmental statistics, economic statistics, official statistics, multivariate analysis, spatial analysis, directional data analysis, small area estimation, experimental design and others.

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