Meetings/Workshops on Probability and Statistics, Game Theory in Germany

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SCIP Workshop 2018 — Solving Constraint Integer Programs
06 Mar 2018 - 08 Mar 2018 • Aachen, Germany
Abstract:
The main focus of the workshop is to provide a forum for current and prospective SCIP users to discuss their applications and share their experience with SCIP.
Event listing ID:
990775
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CfPIE - The Center for Professional Innovation & Education — Biostatistics for Non-Statisticians
26 Mar 2018 - 28 Mar 2018 • Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
The first two days of this course will introduce and detail the basic and intermediate statistical concepts that are essential for professionals in a biological, public health or medical environment. The first day will emphasize the principles of descriptive and inferential statistical applications while the second day will focus on actual study examples, problem solving and interpretation of clinical (efficacy and adverse events) results. Throughout the course, participants are encouraged to ask questions and discuss examples relevant to their own work.
Contact:
Olivia Carlin;     Phone: [1-610-648-7550];     Email: info@cfpie.com
Topics:
statistical concepts, statistical applications, sample size, regression, Survival analysis, meta-analysis, statistical principles
Event listing ID:
1010008
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EMBL Course: Whole Transcriptome Data Analysis
05 Jun 2018 - 08 Jun 2018 • Heidelberg, Germany
Abstract:
The course participants will use open-source software. R-coding skills and deep knowledge of statistics are not necessary for attendance because most analyses will be performed with docker4seq package, which was developed to facilitate the use of computing demanding applications in the field of NGS data analysis. Docker4seq package uses docker containers that embed demanding computing tasks (e.g. short reads mapping) into isolated containers. This approach provides multiple advantages:        •     user does not need to install all the software on its local server; •     results generated by different containers can be organized in pipelines; •     reproducible research is guarantee by the possibility of sharing the docker images used for the analysis. Computers for hands-on exercises will be provided along with demo data sets.
Event listing ID:
955028
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SSP — 2018 IEEE Statistical Signal Processing Workshop
10 Jun 2018 - 13 Jun 2018 • Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
Abstract:
SSP 2018 is the 20th in a series of unique meetings that bring members of the IEEE Signal Processing Society together with researchers from allied fields such as bioinformatics, communications, machine learning, and statistics. The scope of the workshop includes basic theory, methods and algorithms, and applications. SSP is a single-track workshop that includes invited talks, demonstrations and oral and poster presentations of refereed papers.
Event listing ID:
907115
Event website:
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New Directions in Stochastic Optimisation
19 Aug 2018 - 25 Aug 2018 • Oberwolfach, Germany
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Free Probability Theory
02 Dec 2018 - 08 Dec 2018 • Oberwolfach, Germany

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