30th September and 1st October (two half-days)
Hosted by the Western Australian Branch of the Statistical Society of Australia
(all ages welcome)
The Young Statisticians Network (YSN) is a friendly exchange platform for students and early career professionals (graduated within the last 5-years), working in the field of statistics, with the goal to:
The YSN WA Branch presents its 11th biennial workshop, this year the event will take place online! This free workshop is open to everyone including non-members.
Confirmed and distinguished presenters come from a variety of backgrounds, including:
We are looking for professional statisticians and students that are interested in sharing their work and experiences. The presentations should give an overview of your work and the content should be relevant to the wider field of statistics. This can range from introducing new methodologies or application demonstrations to sharing hands-on experience in the application of stats to “real-life data”.
As this is an online event, there will be digital presentations (including posters) in addition to oral presentations. Please the Abstracts section for submission details.
Please register for free on the SSA website. The web-conference event will be streamed with Zoom.
We are committed to provide a positive and inclusive experience for all presenters and other conference members, as such we expect all attendees to follow the workshop’s Code of Conduct.
The Statistical Society of Australia (Western Australian Branch) is inviting all Young Statisticians (students and those within 5 years of graduating, excluding career interruptions) to present their work at the Young Statisticians Workshop 2020, to be held over two half-days on 30th September and 1st October 2020. This year’s Workshop will be held online with Zoom. As such, this opens up the opportunity to present a dynamic-online presentation as well as oral presentations.
Young Statistician Oral Presentations should be given in a topic involving statistics and will be given 12 minutes talking time plus 3 minutes for questions. Oral Presentations will be limited. Presentations will be decided on the quality of the abstract and relevance to statistics.
Young Statistician Web Poster Presentations replaces the typical poster-format seen at many conferences. Presenters will be able to present their work in a web-accessible format that can be appreciated in 5 minutes. Examples of possible presentations could be R Shiny applications, video presentations, web pages (optionally with interactive graphics) or a PDF poster. We require that the presentation can be viewed in a web-browser with a publicly accessible URL (not necessarily searchable) or that it can be downloaded as a PDF or PowerPoint file. Separate prizes will be available for web poster presenters.
Specific Web Poster Presentation Advice:
See the Example Web-Posters section for potential ideas for your web poster presentation.
Using the provided templates, the abstract body should contain no more than 300 words (excluding title, authors, affiliations and references), and the whole abstract should fit on a single page. Either use the MS Word template or the LaTeX template.
Please send your abstracts constructed from the templates (docx or tex including PDF) to containing the subject “Abstract submission” to email@example.com by the due date. On submission, please inform if you are applying for an Oral Presentation, Web Poster Presentation or both. Those accepted for an Oral Presentation may also present a Web Poster Presentation if they feel that it complements their talk.
Oral presentation abstracts due: 5 pm (AWST) Monday 14th September.
Those submitting oral abstracts will be informed whether they have been accepted for an oral presentation by Thursday 17th September.
Web presentation abstracts due: 10 am (AWST) Monday 28th September. The presentation itself should be ready by noon AWST Tuesday 29th September.
Web Poster Presentations abstract presenters will be informed of the outcome by Monday 28th September.
The Young Statisticians Workshop is being organised by the Young Statisticians Committee led by Deneegan Subramanian. Other committee members include Rick Tankard, Barbara Kachigunda, Torben Kimhofer, David Urginov and Alun Pope.
“A great Panoramic Skyline View of Perth Australia”
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Steve Ellis (Twodogz photography) - “Perth city scape” (CC BY 2.0)
Joyful Journeying - “Cottesloe beach” (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)