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Title Conference announcement: Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy VIII
Writer 관리자 Date시 2022-11-29 15:37:16
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Statistical Challenges in Modern
Astronomy VIII 



June 12-16, 2023



hosted by Penn State’s Center for
Astrostatistics



http://scma8.org



 



Statistical
Challenges in Modern Astronomy (SCMA) VIII will be held in person at Penn State
University, June 12 to 16, 2023. The SCMA conference series has been the premier
forum for astronomers and statisticians since 1991 to discuss advanced
methodology and further our understanding of the Universe.



 



The
SOC is working to construct a program with a strong mix of expertise from all
relevant challenges facing modern astronomical data analysis, and hence is inviting
researchers from both astronomy and data science to join the program, by
contributing talks and/or posters.



 



Contributions
are welcome on important, data-related problems in astronomy, on advances in
methods for analyzing data that may be relevant to astronomy, and on recent results
achieved with sophisticated data analysis methods.



In the
tradition of prior SCMA conferences, the program is designed to be broad and
contributions from all areas are welcome. We have a specific goal to broaden
participation in the conference, with individuals from all career stages and
from institutions traditionally less well-represented at such conferences.



 



Please
visit the SCMA VIII website for
 abstract submission, invited
speakers and
 more information: http://scma8.org. The deadline for submitting an abstract is Feb 1,
2023. Decisions on the final program will be announced by Mar 1, 2023.
 Registration and local
information will be forthcoming.



 



Organizers
(SOC):



Chad Schafer (Carnegie Mellon University), co-chair



Hyungsuk Tak (Pennsylvania State University), co-chair



Ashley Villar (Pennsylvania State University), co-chair



Emille Ishida
(Universite Clermont-Auvergne, co-chair



Joel Leja (Pennsylvania State University)



Francois
Lanusse (CNRS)




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