Workshop on Ecological and Environmental Statistics 11th - 13th September
This workshop aims to bring together researchers interested in environmental and ecological statistical modelling to discuss advances in, and the future of, the two disciplines and to investigate potential synergies
We hope to provide a platform for discussion and collaboration between applied and methodological statisticians, data scientists, scientists and policy makers, across all career stages and regardless of affiliation.
If you analyse or develop statistical models for environmental and ecological data then this workshop is for you. Specific statistical methods include, but are not limited to, spatio-temporal modelling, downscaling, time-series analysis, hierarchical modelling
There is no charge to attend, however we ask that anyone who plans on attending the should register for the workshop. We have capacity for up to 50 people, so if you need to pull out after registering, please let us know so that we can re-open your space.
If you cannot make the full workshop but would like to attend parts, please register and use the free text `Any other information’ box to say which days you can attend.
In addition to invited talks and discussion sessions, we would like to receive contributed presentations from those in the earlier stages of their careers. We are loosely defining this to be PhD students and anyone who is 5-years or less post-PhD. If you are unsure whether you fit into this category, please get in touch.
The workshop will take place in the Postgraduate Statistics Centre at Lancaster University.
The organisers are Emma Eastoe and Alex Bush