IASC News June 2018

European Conference on Data Analysis 2018
Paderborn, Germany, 4-6 July 2018

For details please see http://iasc-isi.org/2017/11/30/call-for-papers-ecda-2018-european-conference-on-data-analysis/
and http://www.ecda2018.de

Call for Papers

The next European Conference on Data Analysis (ECDA) will take place in Paderborn,
Germany, 4-6 July 2018. ECDA 2018 includes the 42nd Annual Meeting of the GFKl Data
Science Society and the Symposium on Data Science Education of the European Association
for Data Science (EuADS). It will be located in the Heinz Nixdorf Museums Forum (www.hnf.de),
the world’s largest computer museum.

ECDA solicits contributions to theoretical as well as application-oriented research on topics in
the realm of data science, with a specific focus on data analytics. With its motto
“Multidisciplinary Facets of Data Science”, ECDA 2018 specifically emphasizes the important
interplay of disciplines involved in data science, most notably statistics and computer science.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following:
– Theory and Methods: Big Data; Clustering, Classification,
Discrimination and Regression;
Data Science; Databases and Data Management; Data Mining, Text
and Web Mining; Data Visualization; Dimension Reduction; Image
Analysis and Computer Vision; Impact of Technical Revolution and
Library Science; Knowledge Representation and Discovery; Machine
Learning; Mathematical Foundations of Data Science; Multivariate
Methods; Online Algorithms and Algorithms for Data Streams; Social
Network Analysis; Statistical and Econometric Methods;
Symbolic Data Analysis.
– Applications: Archeology; Biostatistics; Business and Management; Economics; Education;
Engineering; Finance; Geosciences; Industrial Automation; Linguistics; Marketing; Medicine and
Health Care; Musicology; Psychology; Risk Management; Social Sciences.

Important dates:
– Abstract submission deadline: 1 April 2018
– Notification of abstract acceptance or rejection: 30 April 2018
– Early registration deadline: 15 May 2018
– Registration deadline: 15 June 2018
– Full paper submission: 15 September 2018
Accepted full papers will be published in the Journal “Archives of Data Science, Series A”
(http://www.archivesofdatascience.org/journals/series_a/).

 

The Conference of Data Science, Statistics & Visualisation (DSSV 2018)

The conference of Data Science, Statistics & Visualisation (DSSV 2018) will take place on July
9-11, 2018 in TU Wien, Austria. This meeting shall create a forum to discuss recent progress
and emerging ideas in these different disciplines and encourage informal contacts and
discussions among all the participants. The conference welcomes
contributions to practical aspects of data science, statistics and
visualisation, and in particular those which are linking and integrating
these subject areas. Presentations should thus be oriented towards a
very wide scientific audience, and can cover topics such as machine
learning and statistical learning, the visualisation and verbalization of
data, big data infrastructures and analytics, interactive learning,
advanced computing, and other important themes.
A high-level scientific program can be expected: After finishing now the abstract reviewing
phase, there will be 60 oral, 20 short oral and 30 poster presentations to different topics in Data
Science, Statistics and Visualisation. In addition, 3 Invited Sessions from the International
Society for Business and Industrial Statisticsi (ISBIS), the Bernoulli Society, and the European
Association for Data Science (EuADS) will contribute to an exciting program. And of course, the
Invited Speakers Zeynep Akata, Mia Hubert, Eric Postma, Ryan Tibshirani, Sara van de Geer,
and the Keynotes Helwig Hauser and Xuming He will further ensure a high-quality scientific
program.
The preliminary program is now available at http://iasc-isi.org/dssv2018/agenda/. For more
details, please see http://iasc-isi.org/dssv2018/.
The TU Wien is situated in the very heart of Vienna, in the pulsating cultural centre of town.
Within easy walking distance are the Opera House, the art nouveau Secession building, the
Musikverein, home of the Vienna Philharmonic, from which the New Year’s Concert is annually
broadcast around the globe, and the splendid baroque Karlskirche (Church of St. Charles).

 

COMPSTAT 2018

The 23rd International Conference on Computational Statistics will take place in Iasi, Romania,
on 28-31 August 2018. A number of tutorials will be given during the conference. The
conference is sponsored by the European Regional Section of the IASC and is organized by the
Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi.
Details are available at http://www.compstat2018.org/index.php

 

The IASC-ARS 25th Anniversary Conference & CASC 2nd Annual Conference

IASC-ARS is pleased to announce that the IASC-ARS 25th Anniversary Conference will be held
at Beijing, China, on 9-11 November 2018. It is a joint meeting with the second annual
conference of the Chinese Association of Statistical Computing (CASC). The tentative theme of
the conference is “Statistical Computing: Challenges and Opportunities in Data Science”. Ke
Deng (kdeng@tsinghua.edu.cn) from the Center for Statistical Science of Tsinghua University
will be the General Chair of the conference. More details of the conference will be announced
later.
We look forward to seeing you in Beijing!

 

The IASC-ARS 2019 Conference

We have set up a website for the IASC-ARS 2019 to be held at the University of Hong Kong on
2-5 December 2019: http://www.saasweb.hku.hk/conference/iasc-ars2019/ and a poster for the
conference. We look forward to seeing you in Hong Kong to attend the IASC-ARS 2019
conference and to experience the fusion of Chinese and Western cultures and beauty of Hong
Kong!

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