Call for submissions for a special issue on
Computer Experiments and Uncertainty Quantification

Statistica Sinica seeks original papers for a special issue on Computer Experiments and Uncertainty Quantification (UQ).

Computer Experiments and Uncertainty Quantification is a fast growing area at the interface between statistics and applied mathematics. Its development encompasses theory, methodology, computations and applications in a broad range of physical sciences and engineering. This special issue will provide a platform for disseminating new research and stimulating further progress in this important area.

The deadline for submission is March 31, 2016. All articles will be peer-reviewed based on the high standard of Statistica Sinica, and we will ensure a fair and speedy review process. Original research in any area of computer experiments and uncertainty quantification is welcome. Interdisciplinary research with novel methodology development is also encouraged. Each article is expected to have no more than 20 print pages in length under the journal template. We encourage the use of online supplementary material to include computer code, data, and additional technical details. The submission website is Upon logging in as author, please choose the option for new submission with the special theme topic of "Computer experiments and uncertainty quantification".

For questions regarding the suitability of your submission to this special issue, please contact one of the guest editors Robert Gramacy (,
Ying Hung ( and Jeff Wu ( For other issues regarding submission to the journal, please contact the Statistica Sinica office  (

We thank you for your support.

Robert Gramacy, Guest Editor
Ying Hung, Guest Editor
Jeff Wu, Guest Editor

Ruey Tsay, Co-Editor