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Keynote Speakers

Michael Jordan

Inaugural Grace Wahba Lecture

Michael is the Pehong Chen Distinguished Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and the Department of Statistics at the University of California, Berkeley.

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Grace Wahba Lecture


Wald Lecture

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Martin Hairer

Wald Lecture

Martin is a Professor of Pure Mathematics at the Department of Mathematics of Imperial College London. His main areas of interest are probability theory and analysis, with a particular focus on the analysis of stochastic PDEs.

Heping Zhang

Neyman Lecture

Heping is a Professor of Statistics and Data Science at Yale School of Public Health. He has published over 300 research articles and monographs in theory and applications of statistical methods and biomedical research.

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Neyman Lecture


Medallion Lecture

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Rodrigo Bañuelos

Medallion Lecture

Rodrigo is a Professor of Mathematics at Purdue University. His research is at the interface of probability, harmonic analysis, and spectral theory; three areas that are rich with beautiful problems that are very difficult to solve. 

Medallion Lecture

Rina is a Professor in the Department of Statistics at the University of Chicago. Her research interests are in developing and analyzing estimation, inference, and optimization tools for structured high-dimensional data problems.

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Medallion Lecture


Medallion Lecture

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Vlada Limic

Medallion Lecture

Vlada works at the University of Strasbourg. She conducts research in probability and stochastic processes, studying properties of various stochastic models.

Medallion Lecture

Roman is a Professor of Mathematics at the University of California and an Associate Director of the ACO Center. His research spans high-dimensional probability and mathematical data science, with many particular interests.

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Medallion Lecture


IMS/BS Schramm Lecture

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Russell Lyons

IMS/BS Schramm Lecture

Russell is a Professor at at Indiana University. 
His research interests include probability theory on graphs, geometric group theory, combinatorics, statistical mechanics, ergodic theory, and harmonic analysis.

IMS Presidential Address

Krzysztof (Chris) is currently serving as the President of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics until July 2021. He is also a Professor of Mathematics and Adjunct Professor of Statistics at the University of Washington.

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IMS Presidential Address

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