Special Session on
and its Interactions with Combinatorics, Computation, and Network Science
2015 AMS Fall Central Section MeetingLoyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL
October 3-4, 2015 (Saturday - Sunday)
Organizers:Sonja Petrovic and Despina Stasi
Synopsis: Recent advances in algebraic statistics have broadened the field beyond the 'traditional' algebraic statistics for contingency tables. The field is currently expanding in several directions. First, it is beginning to include various tools from combinatorics. Second, its computational aspects relying on numerical algebraic geometry are advancing to address statistical questions crucial for validity of statistical inference. Finally, its applications are broadening beyond biology, to include physics, network science and social sciences. This special session includes both junior and senior researchers whose contributions span the various aspects of the field.
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Deadline for ALL Abstract Submissions has now passed (August 11, 2015).
** Online registration is now available ** ON THIS LINK; and will be available through Monday, September 28, 2015. After that date, you may register at the meeting (see below). Fees are US$57 for AMS members, US$80 for nonmembers, and US$5 for students, unemployed mathematicians, and emeritus members.
You can also register on site; the registration desk will be open on Saturday, October 3, 7:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m. and Sunday, October 4, 8:00 a.m.–noon. (Fees on-site will be the same as online, but the process is usually very slow!)