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ARCHIVED | Event | CUSUM-type methods aimed at catching deviating performance

Seminar on CUSUM-type methods aimed at catching deviating performance

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Date: Thursday 8 February 2018
Venue: University of Essex
Time: 11:00-15:30

In this seminar, Professor Elena Kulinskaya will be discussing her research on cumulative sum control chart -type methods aimed at catching deviating performance.

The seminar will also include short presentations by postgraduate research and taught students as well as postdoctoral students from the Data Science/Statistics group within Department of Mathematical Sciences.

Professor Elena Kulinskaya is a Professor in Statistics at the University of East Anglia. Her research interests include Foundations of statistics, Statistical methods for discrete and skewed data, Asymptotic methods, Applied statistics, with applications in ecology, medicine and actuarial sciences, and Meta-analysis and research synthesis.

Attendees will have a chance to discuss the research discussed with the speakers in a follow up session after the seminar.

To register, email us with you name, organisation and dietary requirements.