2020 Schedule

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Google calendar for this seminar with the zoom link: https://bit.ly/30QZJ9k

Date Speaker Affiliation Abstract Video
Sep. 9 Matthew Blackwell Harvard University Abstract Video
Sep. 16 Connor Jerzak Practice Job Talk Abstract Video
Sep. 23 Reagan Mozer Bentley University Abstract Video
Sep. 30 Michael Baiocchi Stanford University Abstract Video
Oct. 7 Felix Elwert University of Wisconsin-Madison Link NA
Oct. 14 Luke Miratrix Harvard University Abstract Video
Oct. 21 Eric Tchetgen Tchetgen University of Pennsylvania Abstract Video
Oct. 28 Fabian Pfeffer University of Michigan Canceled
Nov. 4 Yiling Chen Harvard University
Nov. 11 Cory McCartan Harvard University
Nov. 18 Tyler VanderWeele Harvard University
Dec. 2 Kristen Hunter Harvard University
Winter Break
Jan. 27 Guillaume Basse Stanford University
Feb. 3 Sooahn Shin Harvard University
Feb. 10 Dean Knox University of Pennsylvania
Feb. 17 Isabel Fulcher Harvard University
Feb. 24 James Robins Harvard University
Mar. 3 Arthur Zeyang Yu University of Chicago
Mar. 10 Adeline Lo University of Wisconsin-Madison
Mar. 10 Spring Break
Mar. 24 Avi Feller University of California, Berkeley
Mar. 31 Erin Rossiter Washington University in St. Louis
Apr. 7 David Ham Harvard University
Apr. 14 Laura Forastiere Yale University
Apr. 21 Kosuke Imai Harvard University
Apr. 28 TBD

 

 The Applied Statistics Workshop meets virtually via Zoom (Link:  https://harvard.zoom.us/j/99424949004?pwd=aWtPNFM3ZzFYbWxIMXNoZDlyUElVZz09)

 

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The Applied Statistics Workshop (Gov 3009) meets all academic year, Wednesdays, 12pm-1:30pm, in CGIS K354 (1737 Cambridge St., Cambridge, MA 02138). This workshop is a forum for graduate students, faculty, and visiting scholars to present and discuss methodological or empirical work in progress in an interdisciplinary setting. The workshop features a tour of Harvard's statistical innovations and applications with weekly stops in different fields and disciplines and includes occasional presentations by invited speakers. It is co-hosted by Harvard University's Department of Government and Institute for Quantitative Social Science (IQSS). Free lunch is provided.