On behalf of the Statistical Society of Australia, the organising committee invite you to register your interest in attending the Australian Statistical Conference from 9-12 July 2012 to be held in Adelaide, South Australia.
Delegates from all areas of statistics will join with world class Australian and International statisticians to develop and share their knowledge and expertise. In 2012 the Statistical Society of Australia will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the creation of the national society. The theme for the Conference is “Celebrating 50 years of the society" and provides opportunities for presentations on a wide range of topics and recognises the role that statistics plays in all aspects of modern life.
The conference objectives are to:
- inform delegates about new work and developments in statistics;
- provide an opportunity for professionals from all areas of statistics to network;
- draw world class statisticians and share knowledge and expertise.
Topics of interest include spatial statistics, bayesian statistics, computational and asymptotic statistics, sample surveys/methodology, stochastic/statistical modelling, biostatistics and multivariate statistics
Who Should Attend
Professional statisticians, students and practitioners involved in all areas of statistics including financial, industrial and environmental, computing and education, medical and biological sciences, surveys, management and mining, plus people involved with the broader aspects of collecting and analysing data.
Gary Glonek, The University of Adelaide (Chair)
Chris Brien, The University of South Australia
Brenton Clarke, Murdoch University
John Carlin, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
Kerrie Mengersen, Queensland University of Technology
Phil Pollett, The University of Queensland
Gordon Smyth, The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute
Patty Solomon, The University of Adelaide