The primary objective of this conference is to create a forum for statisticians from across the world to present their latest research findings
in theory and applications of statistics which can stimulate novel research projects and directions as well as modernize statistical curricula
in institutions of higher learning.
**Please note that ALL updates will only be communicated via this website.**
**Please click on your name in the Final Program to see the Abstract. Instructions for all presenters and session chairs are here.**
Nathaniel Schenker (President, American Statistical Association) email
Marianne Frisen (University of Gothenburg), Michael Evans (University of Toronto), Nitis Mukhopadhyay (University of Connecticut) and Brajendra Sutradhar (Memorial University).
International Program Committee(IPC) CO Chairs
K.B. Kulasekera (University of Louisville) email Nitis Mukhopadhyay (University of Connecticut) email Saman Muthukumarana (University of Manitoba) email Tim Swartz (Simon Fraser University) email Nihal Jayamaha (Massey University) email
Local Program Committee (LPC) CO Chairs
Sarath Peiris (University of Moratuwa) email Palitha Sarukkali (Immediate Past President of IASSL) email
H. D. Sumanasekera (R & D Committee, IASSL)
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