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Department of Mathematical Sciences & Center for Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Statistics Seminar Series - Fall 2012

All seminars are held on Thursday from 4:00 to 5:00 pm in Cullimore 611 (Math Conference Room), unless noted otherwise. Refreshments are usually served at 3:30 pm and talks start at 4:00 pm. For questions about the seminar schedule, please contact Wenge Guo. For questions about a particular seminar, please contact the person hosting the speaker.



Speaker and Title


Sep. 12 (Wednesday)

Zhiying Qiu, NJIT

A class of generalized fixed sequence procedures controlling the FWER under dependence


Wenge Guo

Sep. 27

Antai Wang, Columbia University

Goodness-of-fit tests for Archimedean copula models


Sundar Subramania

Oct. 11

Shoubhik Mondal, NJIT

Model assisted Cox regression


Sundar Subramania

Oct. 25

Chuanhua Xing, Boston University


Inverse-probability weighted estimating equations for analyzing secondary phenotypes in case-control genetic association studies


Wenge Guo

Nov. 8

Yu Ryan Yue,  Baruch College, The City University of New York

Bayesian General Linear Model for fMRI Data


Ji Meng Loh


Nov. 15

Yang Feng, Columbia University

Consistent cross-validation for tuning parameter selection in high-dimensional variable selection


Wenge Guo

Nov. 29

Zhigang Zhang, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Statistical analysis of interval-censored data using semi-parametric models and empirical likelihood approaches


Wenge Guo

Dec. 6

Sundar Subramania, NJIT


Semiparametric likelihood ratio confidence intervals for survival probabilities


Wenge Guo

Dec. 13

 Lee Dicker, Rutgers


 Residual variance and the signal-to-noise ratio in high-dimensional linear models


Wenge Guo


Last Modified: Aug. 2012       *       Wenge Guo      *