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Seminari del DiSIA

Salvo indicazioni contrarie, i seminari si terranno in aula 32


2020   

2019   

anni precedenti

 

  Relatore Seminario
29/05/2020
ore 11.00
Angela Ferruzza (ISTAT, Roma) Sustainability, Climate Change and Hazardous events: Statistical Measures, Challenges and Innovations
Il seminario si svolgerà on-line (gli interessati contattino la Prof.ssa Alessandra Petrucci).
20/05/2020
ore 11.00
Kosuke Imai (Harvard University) Experimental Evaluation of Computer-Assisted Human Decision Making
05/05/2020
ore 15.00
Gianluigi Bovini (Fondazione Unipolis, ASviS) La statistica per lo sviluppo sostenibile
Il seminario si svolgerà on line.
03/04/2020
ore 14.30
Doppio seminario FDS:
Fabrizia Mealli & Andrew David Bagdanov
(University of Florence)
(FM) Estimating Causal Effects Under Interference in Observational Studies on Networks
(ADB) Self-supervised Learning for Visual Recognition

Il seminario sarà riprogrammato a data da destinarsi
19/02/2020
ore 12.00
Giovanni Maria Marchetti (DiSIA) From logit to linear regression and back
18/02/2020
ore 12.00
Giuseppe Arbia (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart Milan – Rome) On Spatial Lag Models estimated using crowdsourcing, web-scraping or other unconventionally collected Big Data
20/01/2020
ore 12.00
Helen Ogden (Mathematical Sciences - University of Southampton) Statistical scalability of approximate likelihood inference
15/01/2020
ore 14.30
Todd D. Little (Texas Tech University) Modern Modeling: Guidelines for Best Practice and Useful Innovations

 


2020   

2019   

anni precedenti

 

  Relatore Seminario
10/12/2019
ore 12.00
Alessandro Palandri Multinomial Probit: Probability Simulators and Identification
Aula C
03/12/2019
ore 12.00
Giulia Cereda (University of Leiden, Netherlands) Learning the two parameters of the Poisson Dirichlet distribution with forensic applications
02/12/2019
ore 12.00
Roberta Varriale (ISTAT) Machine learning methods for estimating the employment status in italy
28/11/2019
ore 12.00
WANG Feng (University of California, Irvine, USA, and Fudan University, China) China's Age of Abundance: An Application of the National Transfer Accounts (NTA) Method
14/11/2019
ore 12.00
Monia Ranalli (Sapienza Università di Roma) Composite likelihood inference for simultaneous clustering and dimensionality reduction of mixed-type longitudinal data
07/11/2019
ore 12.00
Davide Ceolin (CWI and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) Automating the Process of Information Quality Assessment
04/11/2019
ore 10.15
Nello Cristianini (University of Bristol) Living with Intelligent Machines
via delle Pandette, 9 – Firenze, Building D6 Room 1.18
28/10/2019
ore 14.00
Hernando Ombao (KAUST) Current Challenges in the Analysis of Brain Signals
22/10/2019
ore 14.30
Nevena Kulic (European University Institute) Gender Bias in Academic Promotions, Myth or Reality? Evidence from a Factorial Survey Experiment
23/09/2019
ore 12.00
Fernando Martínez Abad (University of Salamanca) Identification of good educational practices in schools with high added value using Data Mining Techniques
27/06/2019
ore 14.00
Antonietta Mira (Università della Svizzera Italiana) Dimensionality reduction via the identifications of the data intrinsic dimensions
26/06/2019
ore 15:00
Welcome seminar: Bruno Arpino & Raffaele Guetto B. Arpino: Challenges of causal inference in demographic observational studies
R. Guetto: The growth of mixed unions in Italy: a marker of immigrant integration and societal openness?
14/06/2019
ore 11.00
Rachel Nethery (Harvard University) A causal inference approach to evaluate the health impacts of air quality regulations: The health benefits of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments
07/06/2019
ore 15.00
Angela Ferruzza (ISTAT) Sustainable development Goals, Climate Change and Hazardous events: statistical measures, challenges and innovations
06/06/2019
ore 11.00
Francesca Dominici (Harvard University) Causal inference methods in environmental studies: challenges and opportunities
03/06/2019
ore 14.30
Nicola Tonellotto (ISTI CNR) Efficient Data Processing in High Performance Big Data Platforms
30/05/2019
ore 12.00
Christine Mair (University of Maryland) Alternatives to Aging Alone?: "Kinlessness" and the Potential Importance of Friends
28/05/2019
ore 14.00
Welcome seminar: Silvia Bacci & Alessandro Magrini S. Bacci: Developments in the context of Item Response Theory models
A. Magrini: Linear Markovian models with distributed-lags to assess the economic impact of investments
23/05/2019
ore 15.00
Chiara Comolli (University of Lausanne) Couples' transition to parenthood in Finland: A tale of two recessions
13/05/2019
ore 12.00
Lara Fontanella (Università di Chieti-Pescara) Simple Structure Detection Through Bayesian Exploratory Multidimensional IRT Models
08/05/2019
ore 14.00
Rosa Gini (Agenzia Regionale di Sanità della Toscana) Incorporating information and assumptions to estimate validity of case identification in healthcare databases and to address bias from measurement error in observational studies: a research plan to su
04/04/2019
ore 12.00
Tapabrata Maiti (Michigan State University) Statistical Learning with High-dimensional Structurally Dependent Data
18/03/2019
ore 14.30
Rachele Sprugnoli Analysis and automatic detection of hate speech: from pre-teen Cyberbullying on WhatsApp to Islamophobic discourse on Twitter
05/03/2019
ore 12.00
Sung-Ho Kim (Dept of Mathematical Sciences, KAIST) Using marginal models for structure learning
26/02/2019
ore 12.30
Massimo Attanasio (Università degli Studi di Palermo) Evidence of bias in randomized clinical trials of hepatitis C interferon therapies
14/02/2019
ore 11.30
Gi-Sang Cheon (Department of Mathematics, Sungkyunkwan University (Korea)) A new aspect of Riordan arrays - II
Aula Anfiteatro
14/02/2019
ore 10.30
Gi-Sang Cheon (Department of Mathematics, Sungkyunkwan University (Korea)) A new aspect of Riordan arrays - I
Aula Anfiteatro
13/02/2019
ore 14.00
Giuseppe Arbia (Univ. Cattolica Sacro Cuore Roma, Univ. Svizzera Italiana, College of William & Mary di Williamsburg) Statistica, nuovo empirismo e società nell’era dei Big Data
Aula Magna D6 - Polo delle Scienze Sociali
01/02/2019
ore 12.00
Doppio seminario: Ciro Cattuto & Daniela Paolotti (ISI Foundation) Cattuto: High-resolution social networks: measurement, modeling and applications
Paolotti: It takes a village - how collaborations in data science for social good can make a difference
24/01/2019
ore 12.00
Daniele Durante (Department of Decision Sciences, Bocconi University) CONJUGATE BAYES FOR PROBIT REGRESSION VIA UNIFIED SKEW-NORMALS
22/01/2019
ore 12.00
Raffaele Grotti (European University Institute) Heterogeneity in dynamics of risk accumulation: the case of unemployment
16/01/2019
ore 14.30
Welcome Seminars: Monia Lupparelli & Chiara Bocci Lupparelli: On log-mean linear regression graph models
Bocci: Statistical modelling of spatial data: some results and developments

 

 

Archivio seminari del Dipartimento di Statistica precedente al DiSIA

 


Contatti

  • Anna Gottard - email anna.gottard(AT)unifi.it, tel. 055 2751593
  • Raffaele Guetto - email raffaele.guetto(AT)unifi.it, tel. 055 2751553
  • Andrea Marino - email andrea.marino(AT)unifi.it, tel. 055 2751524

Ultimo aggiornamento 22 maggio 2020.