You are here:
Tony Greenfield (1931-2019)


It is with sadness that we have learned of Tony Greenfield's death. Tony was President of ENBIS in 2002-2003 and Box Medal winner in 2009. His contribution to the life of ENBIS and to statistical thinking was enormous in terms of activities, ideas and wit. He will be deeply missed.

Upcoming Events

ENBIS Spring Meeting 2019

13 – 14 June 2019

ENBIS-19 in Budapest

2 – 4 September 2019

ENBIS-19 Post-Conference Course: Random Forests

5 September 2019; 09:00 – 13:00


New Chemometrician/Data Scientist Role at Shell

Shell Global Solutions – Chemometrician/Statistician (more)

Royal Statistical Society Discussion Meeting, Wednesday 16th January 2019 at 5pm, Errol Street, London

The Royal Statistical Society invites you to attend and/or contribute to the discussion on the paper: ‘A comprehensive approach to... (more)

More news

The ENBIS Challenge

sponsored by
JMP logo
In November 2013 ENBIS and JMP relaunched the ENBIS Challenge by JMP. The details are available here. Please note the submission deadline of June 30th, 2014! Like every year, the 2014 ENBIS Challenge winner will be invited to give a presentation in a special ENBIS Challenge Session at the annual conference of ENBIS. In September 2014, the winner will travel to Linz (Austria). Click here for more details on the ENBIS Challenge history!

The Greenfield Challenge

sponsored by
The Greenfield Challenge was launched as an ongoing ENBIS activity in 2010. It is aimed at promoting visibility and impact of interactions among statisticians and non-statisticians. Read more about the Greenfield Challenge here and make a submission yourself or encourage others from your working environment to participate! To find out about the 2013 ENBIS Challenge Winners, please click here.
ENBIS is an active supporter of The World of Statistics activities. Among them is Wiley's statistics information hub with free access to exclusive feature articles, news items, details of forthcoming events, society details and much more, all related to statistics. Check it out yourself: