Workshop - June 22, 2009
|Program Committee 2009||2007|
April 15: Abstract submission deadline
May 1 Request for graduate student travel support deadline
June 1: Hotel group rate ends
June 1: Early Bird registration discount ends
American Statistical Association
National Science Foundation
|Extreme Value Analysis Conferences||
Previous EVA conferences have been held in Leuven, Belgium (2001),
Aveiro, Portugal (2004), twice in Gothenburg, Sweden (1998 and 2005), and most recently in Bern, Switzerland. As with the previous meetings, the 2009 meeting will schedule presentations on all aspects of risk and extreme value theory and their applications. The emphasis will be on probabilistic modeling, statistical analyses, and applications in
||The inaugural Graybill
Conference entitled "Linear, Nonlinear, and Generalized Linear
Models" was held in June 2001 in honor of Professor Emeritus Frank
Graybill. Frank Graybill is internationally known for his research
and books on linear models. He was president of the American Statistical
Association in 1976. The inaugural meeting, which attracted top
statisticians from across the U.S., was an overwhelming success and
inspired us to create an annual conference series whose themes would
change from year to year. We also hold a one-day hands-on short
course/workshop in advance of the Graybill Conference.
Graybill I (2001): "Linear, Nonlinear, and Generalized Linear Models"
Graybill II (2003): "Microarrays, Bioinformatics, and Related Topics" One-day workshop: Analysis of DNA Microarray Data
Graybill III (2004): "Spatial Statistics Agricultural, Ecological, and Environmental Applications" One-day workshop: Applied Spatial Statistics
Graybill IV (2005): "Statistics in Information Technology" One-day workshop: Information Theory and Statistics "
Graybill V (2006): "Multiscale Methods and Statistics: A Productive Marriage" One-day workshop: A Crash Course in Wavelet Methods "
Graybill VI (2007): "Applied Probability and Time Series Symposium in Honor of Peter Brockwell" Two-day workshop: Bioinformatics "
Graybill VII (2008): "Biopharmaceutical Statistics" One-day short course: Hot Topics in Clinical Trials