The career value of effective communication skills: case studies
The career value of effective communication skills: case studies
The career value of effective communication skills: case studies from the RSS statistical ambassadors programme Speakers: Robert Cuffe (BBC News) Liberty Vittert (University of Glasgow) David Beckett (Office for National Statistics) The RSS statistical ambassadors programme is helping early-career...
Significance lecture
Significance lecture
If you dont' need (astro)atatistics, you have done the worn experiment Roberto Trotta , Imperial College London
Statistical Excellence Award for Early Career Writing 2018
Statistical Excellence Award for Early Career Writing 2018
Writing Webinar for the Statistical Excellence Award for Early Career Writing competition with Significance Magazine and the Young Statisticians Section (YSS). The webinar will provide invaluable advice and motivation to those interested in the 2018 Writing Competition for Early-Career Statistician...
Optimal treatment allocations in space and time for on-line control of an emerging...
Optimal treatment allocations in space and time for on-line control of an emerging...
Optimal treatment allocations in space and time for on-line control of an emerging infectious disease Speakers: Eric B Laber, Nick J Meyer, Brian J Reich, Krishna Pacifici (North Carolina State University, Raleigh), Jaime A Collazo (US Geological Survey North Carolina Fish and Wildlife Research U...
Discussion Meeting Overview: Optimal treatment allocations in space for on-line control ...
Discussion Meeting Overview: Optimal treatment allocations in space for on-line control ...
Discussion Meeting Overview: Optimal treatment allocations in space and time for on-line control of an emerging infectious disease Speakers: Professor Robin Henderson (Newcastle University): “Optimal Treatment Allocation and Causal Inference” Dr Eric B Laber (North Carolina State University): ...
Are black swans and sustainability any of our business?
Are black swans and sustainability any of our business?
Thinking ahead why bother? Robert Raeside (Edinburgh Napier University) Decision making in a world with black swans: the unexpected in business is often dismissed Tony Bendell (Services Limited and Anti-Fragility Academy) The two talks are focusing on tools and techniques for managing social, econ...
Downloadable estimates of air pollution for England and Wales and estimation of their health effects
Downloadable estimates of air pollution for England and Wales and estimation of their health effects
Presenter: Sujit K Sahu, Professor of Statistics at the University of Southampton Chair: Richard Chandler, Professor of Statistics, University College London Discussant: Jonathan Rougier, Professor of Statistical Science, Bristol The paper was published online in Series A of the journal in June 201...
CStat and CSci revalidation – your questions answered 2018
CStat and CSci revalidation – your questions answered 2018
This meeting will outline the Chartered Statistician (CStat) revalidation processes being carried out in 2018 for professionally active Chartered Statisticians who have a revalidation date of 1st January 2019. The process for those CStats who do not also hold the Chartered Scientist (CSci) award wil...
The Beveridge Report, 75 years on. Slaying the 'five giants': past, present and future
The Beveridge Report, 75 years on. Slaying the 'five giants': past, present and future
The Royal Statistical Society(RSS) and the Nuffield Foundation have jointly staged this event to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the publication of the Beveridge Report - the foundation-stone of Britain’s post-war welfare state. Its author, William Beveridge, sought to address the ‘five gian...