Information about NISS hosted or sponsored events that are set up in a series that support a common purpose or topic.
To review the recordings of all previous events, click on the links below or visit the Meet-Up Recordings page.
NISS Hosted Webinar Series
Forums honoring the memory of Professor Ingram Olkin focus on a current societal issue that could benefit from attention from the statistical community.
Ingram Olkin Forum: The Opioid Crisis (in planning stages)
Ingram Olkin Forum: Use of Police Force (June 4, 2021)
Ingram Olkin Forum Series: COVID and the Schools: Modeling Openings, Closings, and Learning Loss (December 16, 2020)
Ingram Olkin Forum: Algorithmic Fairness and Social Justice (September, 2020)
Ingram Olkin Forum Series: Unplanned Clinical Trial Disruptions (Summer / Fall 2020 continuing into Spring 2022)
Inaugural Ingram Olkin S3 Forum: Gun Violence - The Statistical Issues (June 2019)
Topics and issues of interest to biostatisticians, statisticians and epidemiologists related to the pharmaceutical industry.
These meet-ups have taken place three times a year virtually since 2017.
Tutorials that focus on the Top 10 analytics approaches for the key topics that are used in various business sectors.
Registrations options: $35 for single Data Science Essentials tutorial sessions, $250 for all 10 Essential Data Science for Business tutorial sessions. Can't attend the live session? Post Session Access to tutorial materials and recording can be obtained for $35 after the event is over (click on Post-Session Access link). NISS Affiliates, (https://www.niss.org/affiliates-list), please send an email to email@example.com.
Please Note: Each tutorial is presented as a stand-alone tutorial, in other words, you need not to have attended earlier sessions in order to attend later sessions.
NISS Sponsored webinars where experienced statisticians from industry, government and academia talk about and provide advice for individuals interested in pursuing a career as a statistician.
Academic, Industry and Government focuses...
The goal of ITSEW is to promote discussion of questions of research, methodology and practice relating to Total Survey Error (TSE) and Total Survey Quality. Workshop sessions are comprised of relatively short presentations and catalyzing discussion by a designated discussant. Speaker presentations are followed by floor discussion among all participants.
ITSEW began in 2005 and has taken place annually since then. ITSEW 2022 will be held in Manchester, UK - September 5-6, 2022. Mark this on your calendars!
The COPSS-NISS COVID-19 Data Science webinar series is co-organized by the Committee of the Presidents of Statistical Societies (COPSS) and its five charter member societies (ASA, ENAR, IMS, SSC, and WNAR), as well as NISS. This bi-weekly seminar features the latest research that is positioned on the cusp of new understanding and analysis of COVID-19 pandemic data, and promotes data-driven research and decision making to combat COVID-19.
Previous NISS Sponsored Webinar Series
Distinguished Theme Seminar Series 2021: Causal Inference
Purdue University, Department of Statistics
A weekly online seminar during the Fall semester on the topic of causal inference.
August 27, 2021: Introductory Workshop - Associate Professor Arman Sabbaghi, (Department of Statistics, Purdue University)
September 3, 2021: Clutter-Free Causal Inference - Professor Donald B. Rubin, (Temple, Tsinghua, and Harvard Universities)
September 10, 2021: Single World Intervention Graphs (SWIGs): A Unification of the Graphical and Counterfactual Approaches to Causality with Applications - Professor James M. Robins, (Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health)
September 17, 2021: What is Causal Inference? - A Logical Perspective - Professor Judea Pearl, (Samueli School of Engineering, University of California-Los Angeles)
September 24, 2021: Statistical Learning: Causal-oriented and Robust - Professor Peter Bühlmann, (Department of Mathematics, ETH Zürich)
A weekly online seminar on random topics on mathematical foundations of machine learning, statistics and optimization
Most recent and upcoming talks include:
November 5, 2021: Alekh Agarwal, (Microsoft Research)
November 12, 2021: Jiawei Han, (UIUC)
November 19, 2021: Vasilis Syrgkanis, (Microsoft Research)
December 3, 2021: Lars Peter Hansen, (University of Chicago)
December 10, 2021: Jose Blanchet, (Stanford University)