“Random” and “randomness” are terms we throw about in statistics and probability. Inferences based on “random samples” are common place. On Aug., 29 at 10:20 a.m. in Room 1400 of the MSU Biomedical and Physical Sciences building, Persi Diaconis, the Mary V. Sunseri Professor of Statistics and Mathematics at Stanford University and a member of the […]
Michigan State University (MSU) Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) will take place Oct. 22 and 23 at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center. Alumnae will have the chance to engage and connect with other MSU alumnae, expand their professional network and acquire tools and knowledge that can assist in furthering their career […]
MSU alumnae, faculty, and students are invited to join us for this inaugural conference. Attendees will have the chance to engage and connect with other MSU alumnae working in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) professions, expand their professional network and acquire tools and knowledge that can assist them in furthering your career objectives. Click here […]
Statistics and probability professor Tapabrata Maiti has been elected a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics for his significant research contributions in small area inference, inference for mixed models, and Bayesian methodology in settings such as panel-count data; and for service to the profession, for example extensive service on editorial boards. The award will […]
The MSU Department of Statistics and Probability will host the premier international meeting on the statistical analysis of time series data on Sept. 16-17, 2011. The NBER-NSF Time Series Conference will attract leading researchers from around the world to the campus of Michigan State. View the conference program or website for more information. The meeting is being […]
Statistics Professor Yimin Xiao has been named a fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics in recognition of demonstrated distinction in research in the field of statistics and probability. Xiao will be recognized during a ceremony at the 2011 Joint Statistical Meetings in August.
Using the tools developed by the MADAI collaboration, the model shown at left can be directly compared and tested by data taken using the telescope on the right. See below for more details on these images. Advances in the development of sensors, detectors, computation and data storage have vastly improved the abilities to collect data. […]
Statistics Professor Tapabrata “Taps” Maiti has been named a Fellow of the American Statistical Association (ASA). Maiti is Graduate Director for the Department of Statistics and Probability and will be presented the award at Joint Statistical Meetings in August.
Statistics Professor Taps Maiti will be featured in the showcase session “Breakthroughs in Bioinformatics and Statistical Genetics” at the 2010 Joint Statistical Meetings – the largest gathering of Statisticians held in North America. Maiti and his collaborators recently published “Linear Mixed Model Selection for False Discovery Rate Control in Microarray Data Analysis” in the journal […]