European Regional Committee


The European Meeting of Statisticians

The European Meeting of Statisticians (EMS) is the main event sponsored by the European Regional Committee of the Bernoulli Society. Its organisation is accomplished following guidelines, whose current version has been established in 2013. It is the main statistics conference in Europe. Statisticians of all ages and from all regions will meet to exchange ideas and discuss the latest developments in the broad field of statistics and probability theory.

  

EMS 2023

The 33rd European Meeting of Statisticians (EMS2023) has been planned to take place in Warsaw, Poland, on July 3-7, 2023.

Keynote speakers for EMS 2023:

  • Gerard Biau   (Sorbonne University, Paris)

  • Marta Blangiardo   (Imperial College, London)
  • Arnaud Doucet   (University of Oxford)

  • Marloes Maathuis   (ETH Zurich)

  • Po- Ling Loh and Jonas Peters   (University of Cambridge)

  • Angelika Rohde   (University of Freiburg)

Program committee for EMS 2023:
 
  • Judith Rousseau (chair)
  • Denis Belometsny
  • Małgorzata Bogdan
  • Arnoldo Frigessi
  • Eric Moulines
  • Sonia Petrone
  • Stijn Vanstelhand
 
Organizing committee:
 
  • Przemysław Grzegorzewski
  • Krystyna Jaworska
  • Bartosz Kołodziejek
  • Adrian Łydka
  • Błażej Miasojedow
  • Jan Mielniczuk
  • Jacek Miękisz
  • Agnieszka Piliszek
  • Łukasz Rajkowski
  • Wojciech Rejchel
  • Krzysztof Rudaś
  • Paweł Teisseyre
 

 

 


The Complete Series of
European Meeting of Statisticians

  1. 2023, Warsaw (PL)
  2. 2022, Moscow (RU) (cancelled)
  3. 2019, Palermo (IT)
  4. 2017, Helsinki (FI)
  5. 2015, Amsterdam (NL)
  6. 2013, Budapest (HU)
  7. 2010, Piraeus (GR)
  8. 2009, Toulouse (FR)
  9. 2006, Torun (PL)
  10. 2005, Oslo (NO)
  11. 2002, Praha (CZ)
  12. 2001, Funchal (PT)
  13. 1998, Vilnius (LT)
  14. 1995, Aarhus (DK)
  15. 1992, Bath (GB)
  16. 1991, Barcelona (ES)
  17. 1988, Berlin (DE)
  18. 1987, Thessaloniki (GR)
  19. 1984, Marburg (DE)
  20. 1982, Palermo (IT)
  21. 1981, Wroclaw (PL)
  22. 1980, Brighton (GB)
  23. 1979, Varna (BG)
  24. 1978, Oslo (NO)
  25. 1977, Leuven (BE)
  26. 1976, Grenoble (FR)
  27. 1974, Praha (CZ)
  28. 1972, Budapest (HU)
  29. 1970, Hannover (DE)
  30. 1968, Amsterdam (NL)
  31. 1966, London (GB)
  32. 1964, Bern (CH)
  33. 1963, Copenhagen (DK)
  34. 1962, Dublin (IE)

(NB: Country codes above are according to ISO 3166)

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