The poster reception will take place on Wednesday, March 20th 2019, from 6:20 to 7:30 p.m. in room E110 (Senatssaal).
Data Science - Hope or Hype
The panel discussion will take place on Thursday, March 21st 2019 at 5:45pm at the LMU.
Set participants so far are:
Prof. Frauke Kreuter
University of Mannheim, DE
University of Maryland, USA
|Prof. Barbara Hammer||Bielefeld University, DE|
Prof. Markus Zwick
Destatis, Statistisches Bundesamt, Wiebaden, DE
|Prof. Gerd Antes||Cochrane Germany, DE|
The discussion will be led by
|Prof. Adalberth Wilhelm||GfKl, Jacobs University Bremen|
|Prof. Göran Kauermann||LMU, München|
Young Statisticians Panel Discussion
What to do after graduating (Bachelor/Master/PhD)? Your career options in Biostatistics
Academia, industry or public authorities? What kind of career options do Biostatisticians have and what are the respective advantages and disadvantages? Which steps might be helpful to get there? How to combine job and family and handle dual-career problems? Are there insiders’ tips?
These are only some of the questions we would like to discuss with seven invited speakers, who are hand-picked to represent a broad spectrum of career paths in Biostatistics. We invite all early-career statisticians (Bachelor/Master/PhD students and Postdocs), but also more experienced statisticians to join the discussion and ask questions.
The panel discussion will take place on Tuesday, March 19th 2019, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and is open to everyone who is interested (you do not have to be an attendee of the DAGStat meeting).
It is organized by the Young Statisticians working group of the IBS-DR (AG Nachwuchs).
Young Statisticians Session
The Young Statisticians Session can be seen as prestigious rehearsal. As a chosen Young Statistician you can present your research in German or English in a friendly atmosphere with the opportunity to get feedback on your presentation (performance, content, layout, etc.). The chosen Young Statisticians will be invited to the conference and to the conference dinner and receive a certificate.
Please note: The extended abstract submission deadline for the Young Statisticians Session is November 15th!
For application and selection procedure check the attached flyer.
Who should apply?
- Students at the end of their bachelor's or master's thesis or
- Post-graduate students in their first year.
Your presentation should preferably cover the topic of your bachelor's or master's thesis. It can also include work in progress if no final research results are yet obtained.
Further information will be announced in autumn 2018.
Statistics and Practice
Statistics and Practice will be headed by Vanessa Didelez.