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TIES News - November 2010


TIES Funding for Young Statisticians (YS) Satellite Meeting at ISI Dublin WSC 2011

TIES (as a result of remaining funds from the 2007 North American Meeting) will be able to make available US$ 4,000 towards travel grants for the YS Satellite Meeting, which will take place prior to the ISI Dublin World Statistics Congress (WSC) in 2011.


TIES Members’ News

CSIRO’s Dr Bronwyn Harch recently received Queensland’s Outstanding Woman in Technology 2010 Award in recognition of her outstanding achievements in embedding informatics into agri-environmental research.


Professor Philip Chatwin passed away on 10 September 2010. He made seminal contributions to research into environmental fluid mechanics. He was particularly keen on fostering closer collaboration between applied mathematicians and statisticians, and played an active role in TIES from its inception. He was a regular participant at TIES Conferences from the first one in Cairo in 1989, and was Co-Chair of TIES 2000 in Sheffield. He served as an Associate Editor of Environmetrics from 1991, and a Deputy Editor 1997-2003, as well as having a number of his own papers appear in the journal. He was also a Section Editor for the Encyclopedia of Environmetrics, which was published in 2002.


TIES Newsletter

The TIES Newsletter is now available for members at http://www.environmetrics.org/.

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