ISNPS2020

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON NONPARAMETRIC STATISTICS

JUNE 15-19, 2020

PAPHOS, CYPRUS

Special Issue of the Journal of Nonparametric Statistics on ISNPS2020

Call for Papers

Submissions will be possible within the time frame: May 15th – August 20th 2020.

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Abstract submissions are open, click for info

Online registration is open

Preferential accommodation rates available through the registration system, click for info

CYPRUS | PAPHOS | AZIA RESORT 

WELCOME

Inspired by the success of the previous NonParametric conferences in Chalkidiki (Greece, 2012), Cadiz (Spain, 2014), Avignon (France, 2016) and Salerno (Italy, 2018), we are organising the International Symposium on NonParametric Statistics in Paphos, Cyprus, June 15-19, 2020. The venue is the Azia Hotel & Spa, a 5 star Hotel with its own character, situated in a quiet location, 30 minutes away from Paphos international airport and 15 minutes from the town centre, the shops and nightlife.

The conference will bring forth recent advances and trends in several areas of nonparametric statistics, in order to facilitate the exchange of research ideas, promote collaboration among researchers from all over the world, and contribute to the further development of the field. The program will include plenary talks, special invited talks, invited talks, contributed talks and posters on all areas of nonparametric statistics.

Latest news

06 Feb 2020 – Call for Special Issue added
03 Feb 2020 – Plenary Speaker added
07 Nov 2019 – Abstract submission is open
01 Nov 2019 – Online registration is open
10 Sep 2019 – Important dates updated
03 Sep 2019 – Keynote / Invited speakers added

IMPORTANT DATES

Keynote & Invited talks – Abstract Submission:

29 February 2020

Contributed talks – Abstract Submission:

29 February 2020

Notification of acceptance: within two weeks

Contributed posters – Abstract Submission:

10 March 2020

Notification of acceptance: within two weeks

Online registration opens:

1 November, 2019

Early bird Registration:

29 February 2020

Peter Hall’s lecture

James Stephen Marron

Amos Hawley Professor of Statistics and Operations Research

UNC Gillings School OF Global Public Health

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Keynote Speakers

Gerda Claeskens

KU Leuven

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Aurore Delaigle

University of Melbourne

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Martin Wainwright

UC Berkley

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Special Invited Speakers

Victor Chernozhukov

MIT

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Gabor Lugosi

Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona

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Richard Nickl

University of Cambridge

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