Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Workshop On Research Oriented Advanced Statistical Techniques

Workshop On Research Oriented Advanced Statistical Techniques

23-28 December 2010

Venue: Poorvanchal Gramin Seva Samiti, Padri Bazar, Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, India

Organized by: Indian Society of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences (ISMAMS), Gorakhpur, India

Sponsored by CSIR and DST

About the Workshop
Young researchers are mostly unaware about their topics of researches. This workshop is intended to deepen their knowledge by using mixed research strategies for solving their own complexities and problems and on how to perform observational researches by giving introduction to the different study design options. Emphasis will be laid on qualitative research methods, systematic reviewing methodologies, quantitative data analyses, estimating sample size and performing power calculations, multivariable analysis, etc. The workshop will focus on recent trends and advancements of statistics for research in all disciplines of science and technology, which will serve the researchers in enriching their knowledge as well as achieving better inference in their respective disciplines/subjects.

Learning objectives of workshop
The workshop will be beneficial for young researchers and postgraduate students especially those who are interested in higher research studies by covering the following ideas:
  • Understanding the Principles of different research topics in statistics.
  • Critical assessment of research topics in evidence based practice.
  • Techniques of adopting qualitative research methods and judgment of their validity.
  • Knowledge about resources available to them which will help to critically appraise their research topics.
  • Participants will explore different types of contexts and issues of different approaches which might be usefully applied by them in the areas of their own researches.
Who can apply for the workshop
  • College Teachers / and registered research scholars
  • Students (Postgraduate in Statistics and Mathematics / Engineering / undergraduate)
  • Professionals
Course Contents
  • Stochastic Processes and its Applications
  • Data Analysis Methods and Techniques Using R
  • Bayesian Methods
  • Biostatistics
  • Econometrics and Time Series Models
  • Sampling
  • Linear and Nonlinear Models
  • Networks and Queues
  • Survival Analysis
  • Sequential Analysis
  • Quality Control
  • Use of Statistical Packages-Minitab, Mathlab etc

Local Hospitality: Accommodation and other hospitality will be provided by the Organizing Committee. Travel expenses of sleeper class will be supported by the ISMAMS to the outstation participants.

Last Date for Registration: 05 December 2010

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