I was selected to deliver the 2021 World Statistics Congress (WSC) Gosset Lecture.
The William Sealy Gosset award is presented by ISBIS in recognition of outstanding statistical work that furthers the mission of ISBIS. Awarded to Bill Meeker in 2015, Vijay Nair in 2017, and David Banks in 2019.
I'll be talking about "Researcher Dilemmans Using Behavioral Big Data" at the The University of Texas at Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management's Information Systems seminar today.
Location: JSOM Room 13.501
To Explain Or To Predict travels to Prague! I'll be delivering a keynote address at the upcoming Discovery Summit on Wednesday March 22, 2017, 11AM at the Prague Marriott Hotel. The two other keynote speakers are John Sall (co-founder and executive VP of SAS) and Prof. Ron Kenett.
On Wednesday morning (Nov 23), I'll be giving a keynote talk at the 2016 Israeli Conference on Mechanical Engineering with the title "Research Using Behavioral Big Data: A Tour and Why Mechanical Engineers Should Care". This is the first time I'll be presenting to an audience of mechanical engineers and I see it as an important opportunity to foster collaborations between the designers and creators of "things" and those using the data generated by the "things".
Next week I'll be headed to SAS headquarters in Cary, NC for an interview on Analytically Speaking. I look forward to Anne Milley's thought-provoking questions! The announcement promises to walk through several of my research areas:
I'm heading south to Kaohsiung's National Sun Yat-sen University to give a talk about "Research Using Behavioral Big Data" at the College of Management, MIS department, tomorrow (Friday, Nov 4, 12:30pm). For more information on what, when, and where, see the announcement page.
My paper (with discussion by 4 sets of authors and a rejoinder) that just came out in Quality Engineering, is aimed at introducing the community of industrial statisticians to the different challenges, opportunities and issues in analyzing "Big Behavioral Data" (BBD).