Young Statisticians and Probabilists (YSP) Days
The 11th day will take place on January 27, 2023 at the Institut Henri Poincaré in Paris.
Themes will be:
- PAC-Bayesian learning : Badr-Eddine Cherif Abdellatif, Maxime Haddouche, El Mahdi Khribch
- Statistical physics: Thomas Leblé, Sonia Velasco, Christopher Renaud Chan
- Missing data: Marine Le Morvan, Alexis Ayme, Hugo Schmutz
- How to prepare to teach statistics in higher education?: SFdS Statistics Education Group
Click here to download the program.
Please, register here.
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: Iqraa Meah, Edmond Sanou and Margaux Zaffran.