Conférences

Channel Network, Conférences

The Channel Network Conference is a biennial conference aimed at gathering statisticians, from North-west Europe and beyond, to discuss the newest statistical methodology for applications to biological and biomedical data. It is a 3-day conference including short courses, invited and contributed sessions.

In 2019 the 7th conference in the series will be hosted by the British and Irish Region at Rothamsted Research, UK, the world’s oldest agricultural research institute, as part of the celebrations of the first 100 years of statistical research and application at the institute.

We are proud to announce that Per Kragh Andersen (University of Copenhagen) will be the Opening Keynote Speaker, on survival/event history analysis.

The final day of the conference will include the 39th Fisher Memorial Lecture, to be given by Brian Cullis and Alison Smith (University of Wollongong, Australia), and a Special Session on “The Past, Present and Future of Agricultural Statistics”.

The call for contributed abstracts, for both oral and poster presentations, is open at https://biometricsociety.org.uk/events/cnc2019

Conference prizes will be awarded to both best poster presentation and best student oral presentation.

Société Française de Biométrie