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Statistics Department Seminar

The Statistics Seminars for Autumn Quarter will be held in Room 115 of McCullough Building at 4:30pm on Tuesdays. Refreshments are served at 4pm in the Lounge on the first floor of Sequoia Hall.

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Seminars are always open to the public! Questions about the series may be sent to seminars@stat.stanford.edu.

November 2019
Date/Time Speaker Affiliation Title
Tue 19 Nov
04:30PM
Jonathan Taylor Stanford Statistics Inference after selection through a black box
Tue 12 Nov
04:30PM
Emmanuel Candes Stanford Math and Statistics Reliable predictions? Equitable treatment? Some recent progress in predictive inference
Tue 05 Nov
04:30PM
Audrey Fu University of Idaho Imputation and causal inference in genomics
October 2019
Date/Time Speaker Affiliation Title
Tue 29 Oct
04:30PM
SBJC
Peng Ding UC Berkeley Sensitivity analyses in observational studies for causal effects
Tue 22 Oct
04:30PM
Ankur Moitra MIT Robustness meets algorithms
Tue 15 Oct
04:30PM
Mark Huber Claremont McKenna College Robust estimators for Monte Carlo data
Tue 08 Oct
04:30PM
Andrea Montanari Stanford EE and Statistics Large neural networks: Insights from linearized models
Tue 01 Oct
04:30PM
David Donoho Stanford Statistics Optimal singular value thresholding in correlated noise
September 2019
Date/Time Speaker Affiliation Title
Tue 24 Sep
04:30PM
Takeru Matsuda University of Tokyo Singular value shrinkage prior: A matrix version of Stein's prior
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