Date Presenter Topic
Wednesday 9 January, 3.30-4.30, room 15.113 Dr Pavel Krivitsky, Penn State University,  USA Modeling Dynamic Networks in Changing Populations based on Static Egocentrically-Sampled Data
Thursday 17 January, 11.30- 12.30, room 15.113 A/Prof Olivier Thas, Ghent University, Belguim Semiparametric rank tests: a new perspective on an old class of tests and a gateway to new rank tests
Thursday 21 February, 11.30-12.30, room 32.G01 A/Prof Robert Tanton, NATSEM University of Canberra Small area estimation using spatial microsimulation: Methods, Validation and Results
Thursday 28 February, 11.30-12.30, room 35.G20 Distinguished Professor Noel Cressie, University of Wollongong Sixty-year climate-change projections over North America
Thursday 7 March, 11.30-12.30, room 1.G03 Dr Mark Fielding, DHI Water and Environment Extreme Value Analysis for Worldwide Rainfalls
Thursday 14 March, 11.30-12.30, room 4.G31 Maman Fathurrohman, PhD candidate, University of Wollongong Meta-development of Resources and Learning Designs: Providing ICT-based Tools for Use by Mathematics Teachers
Thursday 19 March, 11.30-12.30, room 35.G45 Prof. David Balding, Institute of Genetics, University College London Analysis of Low-Copy Number Forensic DNA Profiles
Thursday 4 April, 11.30-12.30, room 35.G45 Prof. Pascal Perez, University of Wollongong TransMob: A micro-simulation model for integrated transport and urban planning
Thursday 2 May, 2.30-3.30, room 6.210 (TBC) A/Prof. Stephane Heritier, The George Institute for Global Health Efficient penalised likelihood estimation for the Cox model
Thursday 9 May, 11.30-12.30, room 24.201 Dr James Chipperfield, Australian Bureau of Statistics and UoW Disclosure-Protected Inference with Linked Micro-data using a Remote Analysis Server
Thursday 16 May, 11.30-12.30, room 24.G02 Dr Lawrence Murray, CSIRO Environmental applications of particle Markov chain Monte Carlo methods
Thursday 23 May, 11.30-12.30, room 24.G02 Prof. Ray Chambers, University of Wollongong Using Social Network Information for Survey Estimation
Thursday 6 June, 11.30-12.30, room 24.201 Dr Zamalia Mahmud, NIASRA Visiting Fellow  Exploring students's learning ability in a statistical coures via entrance-exit survey: a Rasch measurement approach
Thursday 13 June, 11.30-12.30, room 32.G01 Prof. Matthias Schonlau, University of Waterloo, Canada Semi-automated categorization of open-ended questions
Thursday 20 June, 11.30-12.30, room 6.210 A/Prof. Olivier Thas, Ghent University , Belgium  Principal Bi-correlation Analysis: A new multivariate data analysis method for the integration of three data sources, with applications in early drug development
 Friday 28 June, 11.30-12.30, room 6.210 Dr Thomas Suesse, University of Wollongong  Modelling Strategies for Repeated Multiple Response Data
Thursday 4 July, 11.30-12.30, room 32.G01 Dr John Maindonald, Australian National University The Task of the Applied Statistician--how is it Different in 2013?
Thursday 18 July, 11.30-12.30, room 32G01 Dr Sara Taskinen, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland Robust multivariate methods with an application to allometry
Tuesday 23 July, 11.30-12.30, room 32.G01 Walter Davis, University of Wollongong Instrumental variable identification of factor analysis models with complex structures
Thursday 25 July, 11.30-12.30, room 32.G01 Dr Gunky Kim, University of Wollongong Maximum Likelihood Logistic Regression with Auxiliary Information for Probabilistically Linked Data 
Thursday 8 August, 11.30-12.30, room 6.210 A/Prof. Shelton Peiris, University of Sydney Modelling and Forecasting with Logarithmic Autoregressive Conditional Duration Models: A Comparative Study with an Application
Thursday 15 August, 11.30-12.30, room 6.210 A/Prof. David Warton, University of New South Wales New applications of the probability integral transform in diagnostics and resampling
Monday 2 September, 11.30-12.30, room 24.202 A/Prof. Alison Smith, University of Wollongong Increasing the profitability of the Australian grains industry through the provision of more accurate wheat grain quality information
Friday 11 October, 11.30-12.30, room 32.G01 Prof. Suojin Wang, Texas A&M University A new nonparametric stationarity test of time series in time domain
Thursday 17 October, 11.30-12.30, room 6.210 Prof. Peter Lynn, University of Essex Sequential mixed-mode survey designs: small differences in protocol can make a big difference to panel attrition
Thursday 31 October, 11.30-12.30, room 6.210 Dr Julian D. Taylor, University of Adelaide The Analysis of Efficiency/Tolerance Trials: The Good, The BAD, and The Ugly
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