Seminar on Statistics and Data Science
This seminar series is organized by the research group in mathematical statistics and features talks on advances in methods of data analysis, statistical theory, and their applications. The speakers are external guests as well as researchers from other groups at TUM. All talks in the seminar series are listed in the Munich Mathematical Calendar.
The seminar takes place in room BC1 2.01.10 under the current rules and simultaneously via zoom. To stay up-to-date about upcoming presentations please join our mailing list. You will receive an email to confirm your subscription.
within the last 90 days
30.11.2022 12:15 Elizabeth Gross (University of Honolulu, USA): Phylogenetic network inference with invariants
26.10.2022 12:15 Helmut Farbmacher (TUM): Detecting Grouped Local Average Treatment Effects and Selecting True Instruments: With an Application to the Estimation of the Effect of Imprisonment on Recidivism
19.10.2022 13:15 Frank Röttger (University of Geneva, Switzerland): Graph Laplacians in Statistics
14.09.2022 12:00 Leena C. Vankadara (University of Tübingen): Is Memorization Compatible with Causal Learning? The Case of High-Dimensional Linear Regression.
14.09.2022 13:45 Johannes Lederer (Ruhr-University Bochum): Sparse Deep Learning
For talks more than 90 days ago please have a look at the Munich Mathematical Calendar (filter: "Oberseminar Statistics and Data Science").