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University of Florida, Department of Statistics
Workshop on Semiparametric Methodology
January 8-10, 2009

 

Semiparametric methods continue to be an active research area, especially as computing resources and power grow. These methods are used for inference in models with both parametric and nonparametric components. Work in this setting ranges from semiparametric modeling and efficiency to semiparametric regression.

The organizing committee is soliciting applications from senior graduate students (4th year or higher) and researchers who received their Ph.D. in or after 2004. Applications include a one-page curriculum vitae, a one-page abstract, and two reference letters, including a major professor who is supervising (or has supervised) the applicant's research. Researchers receiving support are expected to present their work at the poster session. Applications should be submitted by December 05, 2008. Women and under-represented groups are encouraged to apply. The funding applications and workshop registration link are found below. E-mails should be sent to robyn@stat.ufl.edu.

Invited Speakers and Abstracts Invited Speakers' Talks


Slides and supporting papers

Organizers: The workshop is organized by Michael Daniels, Ronald Randles and Linda Young

Sponsorship:

The workshop is supported by funding from Info Tech, Inc., the National Science Foundation, University of Florida, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences,
University of Florida's Graduate School and Department of Statistics.

 

Accommodations:

Hilton University of Florida Conference Center 352-371-3600
Holiday Inn, University 352-376-1661