The International Environmetrics Society (TIES) will hold its 26th conference in Edinburgh, Scotland from 18th - 22nd July 2016.
**** Submission of abstracts for contributed sessions and registration for the meeting and short courses is now open. ****
The conference website at http://www.ed.ac.uk/maths/international-environmetrics-society, where more details about the meeting are available. This website will be updated regularly as the conference programme is finalised.
TIES aims to foster the development and use of statistical and quantitative methods in the environmental sciences, and emphasises the role of collaboration between statisticians, mathematicians, scientists and engineers in finding solutions to problems in environmental monitoring, engineering and protection.
The conference will have a number of plenary and invited sessions.
The confirmed plenary speakers are
Prof Montse Fuentes, North Carolina State University, USA
Dr Mevin Hooten, Colorado State University, USA
Prof Kerrie Mengerson, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Prof Andrew Lawson, Medical University of South Carolina, USA
The current list of invited sessions includes:
Biodiversity measures and modelling
Circular data in Environmental sciences
Environment and health
Environmental Official Statistics
Extremes for climate and environment
Models for Dependent Data with Environmental Time Series Applications
Sensors and the environment
Spatial and/or spatio-temporal modelling of environmental processes
Spatio-temporal modelling of disease risk
Statistical learning for environmental and geoscience prediction problems and uncertainty quantification
Statistics for massive environmental data
Uncertainty Quantification in Environmental Prediction
Understanding of High Dimensional Environmental Data
Vector-borne disease mapping
Contributed papers/posters on any aspect of TIES activity are welcome.
We are also accepting a limited number of invited sessions proposals.
Dr. Alastair Rushworth
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
University of Strathclyde
26 Richmond Street
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