Royal Statistical Society 2015 International Conference


  • 07 September - 10 September 2015
  • Exeter, UK
  • Organiser: Royal Statistical Society
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The 2015 International Conference of the Royal Statistical Society will take place at The Forum, Exeter, Devon from 7 to 10 September.

The RSS Conference provides a unique opportunity in the UK for statisticians and users of statistics of all ages and professional backgrounds to gather and exchange knowledge and experiences, whether in the formal conference sessions or in the many opportunities for networking at refreshment breaks or at evening social events.

The conference regularly attracts over 450 participants ranging from senior academic statisticians through to new graduates and postgraduate students, with strong representation from the public sector as well as statisticians working in industry or as independent consultants. Attendees come from all corners of the world - typically 25-30 different countries are represented at the conference.

A strength of the conference is the breadth and variety of its programme of talks and workshops with sessions appealing to both theorectical and applied statisticians, those working in the areas of official, medical, environmental statistics (amongst many others), people working with data more generally or indeed those with a general interest in the topic.

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