The aim of the SRC conference is to promote cross-disciplinary research in statistical methods in engineering, science and technology. This is to be interpreted broadly to cover a wide range of application areas including biotechnology, information, manufacturing sciences and environment. The conference is intended to stimulate interactions among statisticians, researchers in the application areas, and industrial practitioners. It will provide a forum where participants can describe current research, identify important problems and areas of application, and formulate future research directions.Each invited or contributed session has 90 minutes. A contributed session will have four speakers with a 20 minute talk each. The SRC 2012 was held in Harvard University.
Prior to the SRC, the 2013 WNAR meeting
will be held at UCLA (June 16-19, 2013).
through the IMS travel award only. More information about this award is at
Contact Weng Kee Wong <email@example.com> or Hongquan Xu <firstname.lastname@example.org> for information on programs and sponsorship.
Some 2014 conference of interest:
- JRC 2014 (SRC + QPRC) (June 23-26, 2014, Seatle, WA)
- The R User
Conference 2014 (useR2014!, UCLA, June 30-July 3,
- Building Statistical Methodology and Theory 2014 (July 7-9, 2014, Yunnan, China)