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2011 May - TIES


TIES 2012 and Brillinger volume

TIES 2012: 22nd Annual Conference of The International Environmetrics Society - Hyderabad, India, January 1-6, 2012


The 22nd TIES Annual Conference will be held in Hyderabad, India, over January 1-6, 2012, and is jointly organized by CRRAO AIMSCS, UOH Campus, and University of Hyderabad. The theme of the meeting will be "Environmental Challenges facing developed and developing countries in a Globalized World: Quantitative approaches to Comprehensive Solutions".


Invited Session includes:

  • Waterborne Diseases: Seasonality and Environmental Drivers
  • The use of Remote Sensing for forecasting water related diseases
  • Applications of spatial statistics
  • Remote sensing and Natural Resource Management
  • Air Quality Monitoring & Assessment
  • Ecology, Forestry & Environment
  • Rainfall & Runoff Monitoring
  • Application of Quantitative Methods in Environmental and Resource Economics
  • Hierarchical models for spatial-temporal datasets
  • Hierarchical modelling of environmental data
  • Latent Processes and Inference with Applications to Climate Studies

and others yet to be confirmed.


The deadline for abstract submission is 14 October, 2011, and a full version needs to be sent by 15th November for inclusion in the proceedings.

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Further information is provided at http://www.ties2012.com


David Brillinger's Selected Works


Former TIES president David Brillinger's Selected Works will soon be published by Springer. The volume, which is edited by another former TIES president, Peter Guttorp, contains 31 papers by Brillinger, and a Conversation to be published in Statistical Science. The papers are commented on by some of Brillinger's students: Pedro Morettin from Brazil discussing time series papers, Tore Schweder from Norway and Haiganoush Preisler from USA discussing biological applications, Victor Panaretos from Switzerland discussing theory papers, and Peter Guttorp from USA discussing point process papers. The volume will make some of Brillinger's difficult to find papers available to a broad audience.