Research Seminar

Research Seminar

We kindly welcome all interested people to participate in our research seminar.
Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Andreas Futschik & Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Werner G. Müller



Institute of Applied Statistics

Research Seminar


Thursdays from 15:30 until 17:00


Science Park 2, Intermediate Storey, Z74.

Summer Term 2020 - Upcoming

  1. March 12th, 2020

    Florian Sobieczky u. Lisa Ehrlinger (SCCH)


  2. March 19th, 2020

    Florian Meinfelder (Bamberg)

  3. April 23rd, 2020

    Leah South u. Matthew Sutton (Lancaster)

  4. May 14th, 2020

    Werner Brannath (Bremen)

  5. June 18th, 2020

    Emmanuel Lesaffre (Leuven)

  6. June 25th, 2020

    Roberto Benedetti (Chieti-Pescara)

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Previous Semester

Winter Term 2019/20

  1. 23. January 2020

    Peter Filzmoser, Technische Universität Wien

    Robust and sparse k-means clustering in high dimension


  2. 05. December 2019

    Hao Wang, Jilin University, Changchun

    Dependence structure between Chinese Shanghai and Shenzhen stock market based on copulas and cluster analysis


  3. 28. November 2019

    Haipeng Li, CAS-MPG, Shanghai

    Supervised learning for analyzing large-scale genome-wide DNA polymorphism data



  4. 07. November 2019

    Günter Pilz, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz

    Statistik ist ein Segen für die Menschheit




  5. 31. October 2019

    Martin Wolfsegger, Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Ltd.

    Some likely useful thoughts on prescription drug-use-related software support­ing personalized dosing regimen

    Alexander Bauer, Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Ltd.

    Evaluation of drug combinations




  6. 10. October 2019

    Leonardo Grilli, University of Florence

    Multiple imputation and selection of predictors in multilevel models for analys­ing the relationship between student ratings and teacher beliefs and practices



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Summer Term 2019

  1. 23. May 2019
    Siegfried Hörmann, TU Graz, Austria: ANOVA for functional time series data: when there is dependence between groups



  2. 9. May 2019
    Markus Hainy, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz: Optimal Bayesian design for models with intractable likelihoods via supervised learning



  3. 11. April 2019
    Dominik Schrempf, Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary: Phylogenetic incongruences - opportunities to improve the reconstruction of a dated tree of life


  4. 4. April 2019
    Antony Overstall, University of Southampton, UK: Bayesian design for physical models using computer experiments


  5. 14. March 2019
    Florian Frommlet, Medical University Vienna, Austria: Deep Bayesian Regression



  6. 14. March 2019. Attention, Start: 13:45
    Thomas Petzoldt, TU Dresden, Germany: Identification of distribution components from antibiotic resistance data - Opportunities and challenges


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Winter Term 2018/19

  1. 17. January 2019
    Harry Haupt, Universität Passau, Germany: Modeling spatial components for complexly associated urban data



  2. 21. November 2018 (Attention, Wednesday 15:30, S3 048)
    Hirohisa Kishino, University of Tokyo, Japan: Bridging molecular evolution and phenotypic evolution


  3. 15. November 2018
    Helmut Küchenhoff, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, The analysis of voter transitions in the Bavarian state election 2018 using data from different sources: a teaching research project conducted by three Bavarian universities



  4. 8. November 2018
    Efstathia Bura, TU Wien: Least Squares and ML Estimation Approaches of the Sufficient Reduction for Matrix Valued Predictors


  5. 25. Oktober 2018
    Erindi Allaj: Volatility measurement in presence of high-frequency data


  6. 11. October 2018
    David Gabauer, JKU Linz: To Be or Not to Be’ a Member of an Optimum Currency Area?


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Summer Term 2018

  1. 28. June 2018
    Gangaram S. Ladde, University of South Florida, USA: Energy/Lyapunov Function Method and Stochastic Mathematical Finance


  2. 24. May 2018
    Pavlina Jordanova, University of Shumen, Bulgaria: On “multivariate” modifications of Cramer Lundberg risk model. 

  3. 24. May 2018
    Carsten Wiuf, University of Copenhagen, Denmark: A simple method to aggregate p-valus without a priori grouping. 

  4. 26. April 2018
    Juan M. Rodríguez-Díaz, Universidad de Salamanca, Spanien: Design optimality in multiresponse models with double covariance structure. 

  5. 19. April 2018
    Robert Breitenecker, Johannes Kepler University Linz: Spatial Heterogeneity in Entrepreneurship Research: An application of Geographically Weighted Regression

  6. 15. March 2018
    Andreas Mayr, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany: An introduction to boosting distributional regression

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Winter Term 2017/18

  1. 25. January 2018
    Thomas Kneib, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen: A Lego System for Building Structured Additive Distributional Regression Models with Tensor Product Interactions

  2. 9. November 2017
    Henrique Teotonio, Institut de Biologie de l'École Normale Supérieure, Paris: Inferring natural selection and genetic drift in evolution experiments

  3. 7. December 2017
    Franz König, Medizinische Universität Wien: Optimal rejection regions for multi-arm clinical trials


  4. 19. October 2017
    Lenka Filová, Comenius University in Bratislava: Optimal Design of Experiments in R

  5. 12. October 2017
    Elisa Perrone, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA (USA): Discrete copulas for weather forecasting: theoretical and practical aspects


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