Some talks given by David Pollard outside Yale
Wharton School UPenn, November 1994
Minimax rates and distances between convex hulls
Kingston, July 1995
at the New Researchers meeting.
Johns Hopkins March-April 1998
Paris March-July 2001
Includes a series of
on Le Cam distance at Institut Henri-Poincaré
and a talk on
Normal approximation to the Binomial
at the Bretagnolle/Dacunha-Castelle/Ibragimov meeting, Orsay 8 June 2001
Atlanta, August 2001
Talk at JSM memorial session for Lucien Le Cam.
Lucien LeCam's Mathematical Framework: Abstract Nonsense or An Inspired Simplification?
San Francisco, August 2003
for David Donoho's Le Cam lecture.
Probability and Statistics Day at MIT in honor of Richard Dudley, October 2003.
Some of my favorite Dudley papers
Chicago, 7 February 2005
What is randomization?
Salt Lake City, July 2007
Sufficiency and the preservation of Fisher Information
Fifteenth Annual Applied Probability Day in honor of Chris C. Heyde, New York, 28 June 2008.
Random chromatic numbers, some statistical folklore, and some puzzling inequalities
Workshop on Simplicity and Likelihood, Yale University, November 2009.
Fat-Shattering Dimension and Majorizing Measures: two ways to quantify complexity
Beijing, July 2010
A very short course on Le Cam theory.
Lectures given at the Statistics and Information Technology Summer School, Beijing University.
, July 2010.
Talk at New England Statistics Symposium, April 2012:
Manuscripts & Notes: Talks outside Yale