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BIOSTAT

INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS OF BIOMETRICANS

AND SCHOOLS OF BIOMETRICS  from 1996 till today

 

Since 1996th to date HBMD (Croatian Biometric Society) in cooperation with the University Computing Centre - SRCE continuously maintained BIOSTAT - International annual meeting of biometricians - statisticians within the framework of the International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces ITI - http://iti.srce.unizg.hr. Lecturers of the HBMD’s International Schools of Biometrics are invited speakers with worldwide reputation.

 

List of topics and lecturers:

 

 

School

Year, location

 

ITI Conference BIOSTAT

Schools of Biometrics

 

Topic

 

Invited speakers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

1996, Pula

18th ITI '96

3rd BIOSTAT

Survival Analysis:

Cox Model and Related

Topics

J. Sölkner,

BOKU, University of Agriculture, Vienna, Austria

 

M. Schemper

Department of Medical Computer Sciences, University Vienna, Austria

 

2

1997, Pula

19th ITI '97

4th BIOSTAT

Statistical Analysis of

Textual Data

W. Martinez,

Universite de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, France

 

 

3

1998, Pula/Zagreb

20th ITI '98

5th BIOSTAT

1.  Statistical Methods for Meta-Analysis

1. I. Olkin, 

Stanford University, SAD.

 

 

 

 

2.  Mixed and Multiplicative Models for the Analysis of Series of Experiments

2. F.A.van Eeuwijk, 

Wageningen Agricultural University, The Netherlands

 

 

4

1999, Pula

21st ITI '99

6th BIOSTAT

Order Restricted Inference

A. Sampson,

University of Pittsburg, SAD.

 

 

5

2000, Pula/Zagreb

22nd ITI 2000

7th BIOSTAT

1. Introduction to Design

of Experiments

L. Billard,

University of Georgia, Athens, SAD.

 

2. Repeated Measurements and the Design of

Experiments

 

6

2001, Pula

23rd ITI 2001

8th BIOSTAT

Analyzing Observational Data for Health Policy

S-L. T. Normand,

Harvard University, Boston, SAD.

 

 

7

2002, Cavtat

24th ITI 2002

9th BIOSTAT

Cluster Analysis

A. Ferligoj,

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

 

8

2003, Cavtat

25th ITI 2003

10th BIOSTAT

Adaptive Designs

N. Flournoy,

University of Missoury, SAD

 

 

9

2004, Cavtat

26th ITI 2004

11th BIOSTAT

Causal Inference with Observational Data

Stijn Vansteelandt,

Ghent University, Belgium

 

 

10

2005, Cavtat

27th ITI 2005

12th BIOSTAT

Modern Experimantal

Designs:

Construction and Analysis

Emlyn Williams,

CSIRO Forestry and Forrest Products, Australia

 

 

11

2006, Cavtat

28th ITI 2006

13th BIOSTAT

Analysing On-line

Monitoring Data from Intensive Care Alarm Systems

Ursula Gather,

Dortmund University, Germany

 

 

12

2007, Cavtat

29th ITI 2007

14th BIOSTAT

Design of Experiments for Non-linear Models

Barbara Bogacka,

Queen Mary University of London, UK

 

 

13

2008, Cavtat

30th ITI 2008

15th BIOSTAT

Symbolic Data Analysis

L. Billard,

University of Georgia, Athens, SAD. 

 

 

14

2009, Cavtat

31st ITI 2009

16th BIOSTAT

Correspondence Analysis

in Ecological Research

Michael Greenacre, http://www.econ.upf.edu/~michael/

Pompeu Fabra University, Spain

 

 

15

2010, Cavtat

32nd ITI 2010

17th BIOSTAT

Introduction to Bayesian Inference and McMC:

A 3-hour Minitour

Daniel Gianola,

University of Wisconsin

Madison, USA

 

 

16

2011, Cavtat

33rd ITI 2011

18th BIOSTAT

Analysis of Areal Health

Data:

Statistical Issues and

Methods

Linda J. Young,

University of Florida, USA

 

Carol A Gotway,

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevetion

 

17

2012, Cavtat

34th ITI 2012

19th BIOSTAT

Very many variables and limited numbers of observations;

Johann Sölkner,

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria

 

 

The p>>n problem in

current statistical applications

 

Patrik Waldmann,

Sweden

18

2013, Cavtat

35th ITI 2013

20th BIOSTAT

Applications of Geographic Information Systems and Geo-spatial Modeling in Environmental Epidemiology

John E. Vena,

University of Georgia, USA