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Department of Statistics

2023 Colloquia

The Statistics Department Colloquia invites academic scholars and industrial researchers to present and communicate cutting-edge research and progress in statistics, machine learning, data science, and their interdisciplinary applications. Colloquia are held weekly and open for attendance by faculty, students, and staff.



Date Speaker Title
February 23rd Barry Nussbaum 

It’s Not What We Said, It’s Not What They Heard, It’s What They Say They Heard

March 30th Tianyuan Guan from Kent University 

Markov Process Multistate Modeling of Large Data

April 6th Aaditya Ramdas from CMU 

Randomized and exchangeable improvements of Markov's, Chebyshev's and Chernoff's inequalities

April 13th Alessandro Rinaldo from CMU 

High-dimensional CLTs: near-optimal rates and modern inference for OLS regression

April 20th Zhigen Zhao from Temple University 

False Discovery Rate Control via Mirror Statistics

April 27th Peter Craigmile from Ohio State 

Enhancing statistical inference for stochastic processes using modern statistical methods

The colloquia will be held from 3:30pm to 4:30pm in Thomas 201


A look back at previous COLLOQUIA.