Student Poster Presentation

Accepted Student Posters

 

Presenter
Title
Affilitation
Abhinav Maurya Making Personalized Skill Recommendations using Bayesian Member-Job Matching Carnegie Mellon University
Aki Nishimura Sampling discrete parameters with Hamiltonian dynamics: discontinuous Hamiltonian Monte Carlo Duke University
Atreyee Majumder International Lifestyle Segmentation: Solving the High Dimensionality Dilemma Michigan State University
Chih-Li Sung Multi-Resolution Functional ANOVA for Large-Scale, Many-Input Non-Linear Regression, Estimation, and Inference Georgia Institute of Technology
Christine P. Chai Combined Analysis of Numerical and Text Data in Surveys: Supervised Latent Dirichlet Allocation (sLDA) Duke University
Cong Wang Analysis of Familial Aggregation with Complex Survey Design The George Washington University
Flora Babongo Bosombo Geospatial analysis of seasonal and unseasonal demand University of Lausanne
Jingsi Zhang RISKCOG: Unobtrusive and Continuous User Identification on Smartphones in the Wild Northwestern University
John Chisimkwuo Multivariate Process Monitoring using Phase I Limits and Principal Component Analysis Biplots: A Modern Developing Integrated Approach Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Nigeria
Jonathan Jonker Singular Kalman Smoothing University of Washington
Kayla Frisoli An active learning approach to record linkage Carnegie Mellon University
Liangliang Zhang Supervised learning on the progression of Alzheimer’s disease using a multi-state Markov model Michigan State University
Lingrui Gan Gaussian Graphical Models with Bayesian Regularization University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ningshan Zhang A moment-based estimation procedure for fitting deeply nested hierarchical model New York University
Sepehr Piri Profile Monitoring of Poisson Data Using Non-parametric methods Virginia Commonwealth University
Vijaya Priya Rama Vijayasarathy Statistical Modeling and Analysis of Chronic Disease Progression using Electronic Health Record Data Carnegie Mellon University
Yaohua Zhang Modeling Financial Durations using Estimating Functions University of Connecticut
Yue Li Coupling Data-Mining Analysis and Computer Simulation to Improve the Supply Chain of Supermarkets Texas State University
Zhaohu Fan High-dimensional adaptive function-on-scalar regression Penn State University
Zhengling Qi How Mega is the Mega? Measuring the Spillover Effects of WeChat by Bayesian Network and Econometrics The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

Call for Abstracts (CLOSED)

 

Students who would like to present a poster should send a title, abstract (at most 200 words) and affiliation information to isbis2017@gmail.com with “Poster Presentation Application” in the title of the email. These should be sent on or before March 5th, 2017. All accepted poster presenters will be provided accommodation (3 hotel nights) and registration fee, and will be contacted by March 20th, 2017.

 

There will be a poster competition during the poster session, and all posters will automatically be considered for the competition, unless withdrawn. Prizes will be announced at a further date.

 

Important Dates

 

March 5, 2017: Due date for abstracts for poster session.

March 20, 2017: Notification of poster acceptance.

June 7, 2017: Poster session and poster competition.