Our aim is to contribute to the success of JKU by excellent research and teaching in the area statistics. Within the oldest statistics study program of the German-speaking world we offer a profound education, which offers our graduates best chances in the job market. From the research perspective, we contribute to the development of statistics itself as well as to the development of appropriate statistical methods for interdisciplinary research questions. Therefore, we cooperate with scientists of different research fields and with representatives of the economy.
Institute of Applied Statistics
Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
Altenberger Straße 69
Science Park 2, Entresol, Rm. S2 0084
Opening hours sectretary's office
Mo-Fr: 08.00 - 12.00 o'clock
Mo-Th: 13.00 - 16.00 o'clock
+43 732 2468 6801
+43 732 2468 6820
January, 26th - Ritabrata ‘Rito’ Dutta, University of Warwick, UK (joint work with Lorenzo Pachhiardi and Sherman Khoo): Sampling Likelihood-Free ‘generalized' posteriors with Stochastic Gradient MCMC
January, 19th - Sebastian Fuchs Universität Salzburg: Using dimension reduction for quantifying and estimating predictability and explainability in regression analysis
January, 12th - Luca Gerardo-Giorda, JKU Linz: Differential equations meet data: quantifying uncertainty for strategy planning in Ecology and Disease.
December, 1st - Andrea Berghold, Institute for Medical Informatics, Statistics and Documentation, Medical University of Graz, Austria: Randomization in Clinical Trials