Young Statisticians and Probabilists (YSP) Days
The seventh day took place on Friday, January 25, 2019 in the Hermite Amphitheater at the IHP .
This year, the themes and the speakers were:
- Random graphs : Anna Ben-Hamou, Thomas Budzinski ans Barbara Dembin,
- Markov chains : Elodie Vernet, Luc Lehéricy et Kimsy Tor,
- Statistics and genomics: Anna Bonnet, Florian Hébert and Arthur Frouin,
- Topology of data : Claire Brécheteau, Bertrand Beaufils and Vincent Divol.
The program is available!
The purpose of these days is to allow young probabilists and statistician (s) to meet and share in a friendly atmosphere. They also allow them to discover the breadth of the world of research.
Organization of a day
One day breaks down into four one-hour sessions, two in statistics and two in probability. Each session focuses on a theme and breaks down into:
A thirty minute tutorial done by a researcher.
The goal is to provide the basis and the notation necessary to understand the presentations that will follow so that everyone can understand without being a specialist in the field. The audience will be able to ask questions during the tutorial.
Two 15-minute presentations each made by PhD students on their research theme.
The interest is that the guardian has helped before the exhibitors to allow them to make a presentation in the best conditions.
Who is this day for?
This day is especially for:
PhD students wishing to exhibit who will be accompanied and will be able to exhibit, sometimes for the first time, in a relaxed atmosphere.
- Young doctors wanting to help the new generation.
- M2 students, doctoral students, doctors and other auditors interested in probability and statistics and wishing to see relatively popular presentations (requiring a beginning level of M2).
Archive of previous days
You can find the programs of previous years by clicking here.
Contacts: Geneviève Robin et Valérie Robert et Angélina Roche