UP-STAT: 7th Annual Conference of the Upstate New York Chapters of the American Statistical Association
April 20, 2018 - April 21, 2018
Wegmans Hall 1400 (auditorium), River Campus
Join us on April 20-21, 2018 on the beautiful campus of the great University of Rochester, in Rochester, NY for the 7th Annual Conference of the Upstate New York Chapters of the American Statistical Association.
You won’t want to miss such a festival of Statistical Science and Data Science, that has now, for seven (7) years in a row, revitalized the statistical dynamics of our community.
Our theme this year is Better Living Through Statistics, a rather bold declaration, but a very accurate too, considering the manifold ways in which Statistics now permeates all walks of life.
With the beautiful campus of the University of Rochester as our venue this year, along a great vibrant keynote speaker and five (5) potentially very enriching tutorials, we have again convene a platform to cater for as many statistical tastes as possible.
Besides, our data analytics competition, a feature of our conference series, welcomes this year a fascinating challenge centered around the Rochester Police Department (RPD) recently completed Data Portal. Get your young statistics and data science minded undergraduates and graduate students take the challenge of using data science and statistics to help understand and solve various patterns of public safety and crime.
Please encourage your undergraduate and graduate students, and certainly your colleagues to attend this exciting conference.
Go ahead and register right now http://www.rochester.edu/up-stat/registration.html to make the most of this gathering of brilliant minds! Be sure to encourage your students, your friends and your colleagues to attend.
The UP-STAT conference series has developed into an ideal platform for the dissemination of the research work of graduate students and young professors. It is a friendly atmosphere with tons of opportunities to learn state of the art statistical methods and network with other statisticians and data scientists.