Four Department of Statistics & Data Science graduate students have been named winners in the Joint Statistical Meetings student paper competitions.
The meetings will be held August 1-6 in Philadelphia, PA.
Kwangho Kim - Winner in the Nonparametric Statistics section for his paper "Incremental Intervention Effects in Studies with Many Timepoints, Repeated Outcomes, and Dropout."
Collin Politsch - Winner in the Astrostatistics paper competition for his paper "Trend Filtering: A Modern Statistical Tool for Time-Domain Astronomy and Astronomical Spectroscopy." (Also accepted for publication in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.)
Matteo Bonvini - His paper "Sensitivity Analysis via the Proportion of Unmeasured Confounding," won a Young Investigator Award in the Statistics in Epidemiology section.
Ilmun Kim - Winner in the Statistical Learning and Data Science paper competition for "Classification Accuracy as a Proxy for Two-Sample Testing."
Congratulations to all!