announcement

– The SCS 2019 Spring Semester Workshop 2

The Statistical Consulting Service (SCS) at the University of Connecticut is pleased to announce the second SCS workshop for 2019 spring semester: “Statistical Guarantee for Conducting a Successful Study – A Math-Free Workshop for Power Calculation” on March 8, 2019.

More information can be found at https://stat.uconn.edu/workshops/.

Live stream is available at https://ait.uconn.edu/live-streaming/.

– The SCS 2019 Spring Semester Workshop 1

The Statistical Consulting Service (SCS) at the University of Connecticut is pleased to announce the SCS 2019 Spring Semester Workshop Series: “Can Dead Fish be Alive? – (Math-Free Workshop to) Modern Statistical Methods for Testing Multiple Hypotheses” on February 15, 2019 at 11:00AM in PBB 129.

Live streaming is available at https://ait.uconn.edu/live-streaming/ on Stream 04.

More information can be found at https://stat.uconn.edu/workshops/.

– SCS continues consulting project on University energy usage

Over the past year, a team of several SCS members has developed statistical techniques and data visualizations of energy use on the UConn campus. The project, a collaboration with the University’s Utilities Services & Energy Management within Facilities Operations & Building Services, predicts the energy consumption of campus buildings in order to identify maintenance problems at the UConn campus. SCS has applied a variety of statistical tools—statistical control charts, mixed effects time series models, cluster analysis—to a subset of the data, at a monthly frequency. The resulting data visualizations and modeling pipeline are implemented in an interactive web application, and SCS has begun to apply these models and exploratory software to a second dataset: a high-frequency dataset of all energy use on campus.

The consulting team continues to meet regularly with representatives of the Utility Operations & Energy Management group at UConn, including Stanley Nolan (Director), David McIntosh (Associate Directory) , Mark Bolduc, and Brian McKeon.

The project was supervised by Professor Ming-Hui Chen (ming-hui.chen@uconn.edu). Active consultants in Fall 2017 were PhD students Renjie Chen (renjie.chen@uconn.edu) and Henry Linder (m.henry.linder@uconn.edu); and undergraduate student Francisco Cifuentes Villarroel ’17 (franuentes@gmail.com). Previously, PhD student Aditya Mishra ’17 worked on the project, as well as MS students Shaochen Bai, Yile Huang, Yueqi Liu, and Haining Zhang.

Professor Ming-Hui Chen Renjie Chen Henry Linder