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The New England Statistics Symposium is an annual conference that moves throughout the region.  In odd-years the conference is held at the University of Connecticut.  Short courses, break-out groups, poster sessions and keynote addresses are spread over two days.  In recent years there has been a student paper competition and various other sponsored awards.  A historical overview is presented below.

Details for the 31st New England Statistics Symposium – April 21-22, 2017

 

Year
Host
Keynote Speakers
2018 Department of Mathematics and Statistics and Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, University of Massachusetts Amherst
2017 Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut Xihong Lin, Harvard University
David Madigan, Columbia University
2016 Department of Biostatistics, Yale University Scott Zeger, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Sally Morton, University of Pittsburgh
2015 University of Connecticut Yaakov Bar-Shalom, University of Connecticut
Adrian Raftery, University of Washington
2014 Harvard University Alan Argesti, University of Florida
Lee-Jen Wei, Harvard University
2013 University of Connecticut Mike West, Duke University
Richard Bass, University of Connecticut
2012 Boston University Rick Durrett, Duke University
Rob Kass, Carnegie Mellon University
2011 University of Connecticut Brad Carlin, University of Minnesota
Jun Liu, Harvard University
2010 Harvard University Iain Johnstone, Stanford University
Jennifer Tour Chayes, Microsoft Research New England
2009 University of Connecticut James O. Berger, Duke University
Richard A. Davis, Columbia University
2008 Suffolk University Andrew Lo, MIT
Martin Wells, Cornell University
2007 University of Connecticut Paul Dupuis, Brown University
Nitis Mukhopadhyay, University of Connecticut
2006 Worcester Polytechnic Institute Lawrence H. Cox, National Center for Health Statistics
Soren Bisgaard, University of Massachusetts
2005 University of Connecticut Evarist Gine, University of Connecticut
David Harrington, Harvard University
2004 Harvard University George Cobb, Mount Holyoke College
Andrew Lo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2003 University of Connecticut Xiao-Li Meng, Harvard University
J. Michael Steele, University of Pennsylvania
2002 Yale University Leon Gleser, Univeristy of Pittsburgh
Bruce Levin, Columbia University
2001 University of Connecticut Joseph Ibrahim, Dana Farber and Harvard University
Joseph Horowitz, University of Massachusetts
2000 Brown University David Mumford, Brown University
Dipak Dey, University of Connecticut
1999 University of Connecticut Louise Ryan, Dana Farber and Harvard University
Donald Geman, University of Massachusetts
1998 Massachusetts Institute of Technology James Stock, Harvard University
L.J. Wei, Harvard University
1997 University of Connecticut Constantine Gatsonis, Brown University
Richard Dudley, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1996 Worcester Polytechnic Institute Gerald Hahn, General Electric
John Pratt, Harvard University
1995 University of Connecticut Andrew Barron, Yale University
Cyrus Mehta, Cytel Corporation
1994 University of Rhode Island Herman Chernoff, Harvard University
David Salsburg, Pfizer Central Research
1993 University of Connecticut Carl Morris, Harvard University
Stuart Geman, Brown University
1992 Bentley University Alan Gelfand, University of Connecticut
Robert Devaney, Boston University
1991 University of Connecticut Nan Laird, Harvard University
David Pollard, Yale University
1990 University of Lowell Yali Amit, Brown University
Persi Diaconis, Harvard University
1989 University of Connecticut Herman Chernoff, Harvard University
Andrew Rukhin, University of Massachusetts
1988 University of Massachusetts
1987 University of Connecticut John Hartigan,Yale University
Donald B. Rubin, Harvard University
Gottfried Noether,
University of Connecticut