Yale University
Department of Statistics

Seminars 2001-2002

 Fall 2001   Spring 2002

Unless otherwise noted, seminars are held each Monday at the Department of Statistics, 24 Hillhouse Avenue, Room 107.  Seminars begin at 4:15 pm, and are preceded by tea at 3:45 pm in the common room.  If you would like your name added to our seminar mailing list, please send your e-mail address to Kathryn Young.

Fall 2001 Seminar Schedule

Sorry for the blanks in Fall - I'm working on correcting this!



Seminar Title

10 SEP 2002
17 SEP 2002 TBA
24 SEP 2002
01 OCT 2002
08 OCT 2001
15 OCT 2001 Columbus Day - No Seminar? N/A
22 OCT 2001
29 OCT 2001
05 NOV 2001
12 NOV 2001
19 NOV 2001
26 NOV 2001 University Recess - No Seminar N/A
03 DEC 2001 Karl W. Broman
Department of Biostatistics
Johns Hopkins University
Human Crossover Interference

Spring 2003 Seminar Schedule

Seminar Title
14 JAN 2002 Andrew Barron
Departments of Statistics and Electrical Engineering
Yale University
Information Inequalities
21 JAN 2002 MLK Holiday - No Seminar N/A
28 JAN 2002 Michael Hines
Departments of Computer Science and Neurology
Yale University
Neuron model optimization through minimization of residual voltage clamp current
4 FEB 2002 Larry Bonneau
Department of Geology and Geophysics
Yale University
Tracking the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid through Connecticut using Remote Sensing and GIS
11 FEB 2002 James M. Robins
Harvard School of Public Health
Harvard University
Using Structural Nested Models to Estimate Optimal Treatment Regimes
18 FEB 2002 Dragan Radulovic and Marten Wegkamp
Department of Statistics
Yale University
The Joy of Copulas
25 FEB 2002 No Seminar Scheduled N/A
04 MAR 2002 Marcia K. Johnson
Department of Psychology
Yale University
Using functional neuroimaging to explore component processes of human cognition
11 MAR 2002 Spring Recess - No Seminar N/A
18 MAR 2002 Spring Recess - No Seminar N/A
25 MAR 2002 Seminar rescheduled for April 22nd N/A
01 APR 2002 Edmund Yeh
Department of Electrical Engineering
Yale University
Optimal Queue Control in Multi-Access Communications
08 APR 2002 Robert Schapire
AT&T Labs
The Boosting Approach to Machine Learning
15 APR 2002 Todd Constable
Department of Diagnostic Radiology
Yale University
Functional MRI: Relating Magnetic Susceptibility Changes to Neuronal Activity
22 APR 2002 Tommi S. Jaakkola
Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Source Allocation and Estimation With Incomplete Data
29 APR 2002 John A. Hartigan
Department of Statistics
Yale University
Frank Anscombe's Analysis of Residuals

Revised 25 MAR 2002 KSY