The Statistical Week is jointly organised by the German Statistical Society (DStatG), the German Association for Demography (DGD), the Union of the German Municipal Statisticans (VDSt) and the Italian Statistical Society (Istat).
This annual meeting of DStatG contains the plenary sessions being under a frame topic and a variety of contributed sessions and meetings of the sections. Further, it includes a festive event for the 50th anniversary of statistical studies, the Gumbel lecture, which is held by a young statistician, the Heinz-Grohmann lecture and a mini symposium, which is also organised by a young statistician.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Bayesian Analysis in Natural and Social Science (Special Topic)
- Econometrics of Networks (Empirical Economics)
- Development of Indicators for Monitoring, Control and Evaluation (Education and Training)
- Research, Education, Innovation (Business and Market Statistics)
- Functional Time Series (Statistical Theory and Methods)
- High-Dimensional Statistics for Structural Analysis (Statistics in Natural Science and Technology)
- Interpretable Machine Learning (Computational Statistics and Data Analysis)
- Regional Disparities (Regional Statistics)
- Small Area Estimation (Methodology of Statistical Surveys)
- Statistical Learning in Finance (Statistics in Finance)
- Statistical Literacy
- Survey Statistics (Joint Session SIS)
Participation and registration
The approximately 500 participants of the Statistical Week come from many different areas of statistics.
To accommodate international participants, sessions will be arrange both in English as well as in German.
Call for papers - deadline 1 May 2019
Submissions of papers in German, as well as in English, are welcomed.
For details, please refer to the call for papers.
For addtional details, please refer to the event website.