THE STATISTICS SEMINAR
The seminar meets Thursdays in room LN 2205 at 1:15pm to 2:40pm.
The seminar is listed as Math-605.
Organizer: Xingye Qiao
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to Binghamton University and the Department of Mathematical Sciences.
Speaker: Yilin Zhu, Binghamton University.
Topic: Maximum Empirical Likelihood Estimation In A
Heteroscedastic Linear Regression Model With Possibly Missing Responses
Speaker: Zongming Ma, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Topic: Sparse PCA: Optimal Rates and Adaptive Estimation.
Speaker: Nikita Ratanov, Universidad del Rosario, Bogota, Colombia.
Time: 3pm to 4pm (special time)
Location: LN 2201 (special location)
Topic: Telegraph Processes with Random Jumps and Complete Market Models.
Speaker: Aleksey Polunchenko, Binghamton University.
Topic: Efficient and accurate performance evaluation of the generalized
Shiryaev-Roberts detection procedure in the multi-cyclic setup.
Speaker: Noroharivelo Randrianampy, Binghamton University.
Topic: Saddlepoint approximation and exponential failure
Speaker: Michael Baron, the University of Texas at Dallas.
Topic: Bayesian and Asymptotically Pointwise Optimal Detection of Changes
in Multiple Channels.
Speaker: Soutir Bandyopadhyay, Lehigh University.
Topic: A Frequency Domain Empirical Likelihood Method for Irregularly Spaced
October 28 (This is a Monday. Note the unusual day of the week.)
Time: 12pm to 1pm (Note the unusual time.)
Speaker: Georgios Fellouris, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Topic: Adaptive and Scalable Sequential Signal Detection.
Speaker: Sharon Ramsay, Graduate School of Education at Binghamton University.
Topic: Impact of Physicians' Definitions of Live Birth on
Infant Mortality Rate in New York City
Speaker: Lu Yao, Binghamton University.
Topic: Piecewise polynomials and smoothing splines
Abstract: Sections 5.1 -- 5.4 of Hastie, Tibshirani and Friedman (2009)
Speaker: Qiyi Lu, Binghamton University.
Topic: Automatic selection of smoothing parameter, nonparametric logistic
regression, multidimensional splines and RKHS
Abstract: Sections 5.5 -- 5.8 of Hastie, Tibshirani and Friedman (2009)
Speaker: Qinggang Diao, Binghamton University.
Topic: Wavelet smoothing, 1-d kernel smoother, selecting the width and local
regression in R^p
Abstract: Sections 5.9 -- 6.3 of Hastie, Tibshirani and Friedman (2009)
Abstract: Sections 6.4 -- 6.9 of Hastie, Tibshirani and Friedman (2009)
Speaker: Nan Bi, Binghamton University.
Topic: Structed local regression, Local likelihood, KDE, RBF and Mixture models.
Speaker: Shyamal De, Binghamton University.
Topic: Modified Three-Stage Sampling for Fixed-Width Interval Estimation of The Common Variance of Equi-correlated Normal Distributions