2007 Taipei Symposium
c/o Institute of
You are Number
20 June 2007
The Institute of Statistical Science, Academia Sinica, will host
Taipei International Statistical Symposium and ICSA International Conference from
25 to 27 June 2007, jointly organized by the Institute of Statistical Science, the Directorate-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics (DGBAS), Executive Yuan, R.O.C.,
the Chinese Statistical Association,
and the International Chinese Statistical Association (ICSA).
A. The program schedule is now available.
B. Shuttle Bus Information
The conference hotels are Activity Center of Academia
see detail) and Chien Tan (Jiantan) Overseas Youth Activity Center
detail). We will execute the "FIRST COMES, FIRST
SERVED" policy. We will arrange shuttle buses during the conference
There are other hotels available (please see the web).
They are contracted hotels (with reduced price) of Academia Sinica.
registration fee is US $200 (US $150 for ICSA members, or US
$50 for students). We are unable to accept credit cards. The
registration fee will be collected when you arrive at the counter of the
conference. We accept NT (New Taiwan Currency), US dollar and Euro. For your
convenience, we will provide currency exchanges at the conference counter.
conference fee includes a welcome party (buffet) in the evening of June 24, lunch and
refreshments on June 25-27, and banquet on June 26.
will arrange a one-day trip around northern Taiwan on June 28. The fee of
this tour costs NT $1200 per person.
The registration dates are from 10 January 2007
to 31 March 2007.
Shuttle Bus Information.
Peter J. Bickel
Department of Statistics, University of California, Berkeley,
Regularized Estimation of High
Dimensional Covariance Matrices and Spectral Measures Having Sparse
Structure in Various Senses.
Time: June 25 (Monday), 11:00 a.m.¡Ð12:00
noon, AC 1st FL Auditorium
Chair: George C. Tiao (University of Chicago, Chicago, U.S.A.)
C.F. Jeff Wu
of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta,
Title: Statistical Methods in Nano-Material Research: Experimental Design, Modeling and Robustness.
Time: June 26 (Tuesday), 8:50¡Ð9:50
a.m., AC 1st FL Auditorium
Chair: Yuan Shih Chow (Columbia University, New York, U.S.A.)
Advances in Bioinformatics and
Advances in -omics: Statistical and Computational Approaches for
Bioinformatics-Inferring Gene Networks
and Systems Biology
Causal Inferences in the Presence
of Confounding Factors
Change-Point Analysis and Applications
Clinical Trial Designs for Evaluating
Treatment Effect in Subpopulations
Finite Markov Chain Imbedding and Its
Applications in Biology
Government Statistics (¬F©²²Îp)
High Dimensional Data Analysis
Lifetime Data Analysis
Selection-Ten Years of LASSO and New Approaches
New Development in Diagnostic Medicine
and Health Services
New Statistical Methods for
Multivariate Dependency and Cluster
Non-Inferiority Clinical Testing
Nonparametric Longitudinal and
Functional Data Analysis
Nonparametric Parametric and Semiparametric Models
Recent Advances in Time Series Analysis
Recent Development in Clinical Trial
Recent Developments in Nonlinear
Reliability and Lifetime Inference
Spatial and Environmental Statistics
Statistical Computing and Machine
Statistical Issues in Evaluation of Biologics Products
Statistical Methods for Design and
Analysis of Genetic Studies
(In Memory of Professor Ching Chun Li)
Statistical Methods in Genomic Research
Statistical Methods in the Analysis of
Statistical Methods with Incomplete Data
Statistical Process Control
Institute of Statistical
DGBAS, Executive Yuan, R.O.C.
Chinese Statistical Association
National Palace Museum
Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Bank of Taiwan