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ENBIS Spring Meeting in Grenoble postponed to 2022

Author: Jens Bischoff, Created 2020/05/27 Last updated: 2020/05/27

The ENBIS Spring Meeting 2020, planned for May 14th and 15th in Grenoble, France, has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 public health emergency. Registration and abstract submission is not possible anymore.

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A Fun Way of Testing Statistical Knowledge

Author: Irena Ograjenšek, Created 2018/11/16 Last updated: 2018/11/16

The attached short article/puzzle/quiz which was inspired by the Wimbledon tennis tournament is our member Gaj Vidmar's great contribution for testing statistical knowledge in a fun way. Are you willing to give it a try?

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Budapest ENBIS-19 Annual Conference Annoucement + ENBIS Digest

Author: ENBIS Permanent Office, Created 2018/10/24 Last updated: 2018/10/24

Dear friends and supporters of ENBIS,

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ASMBI Call for Papers: Special Issue on Statistics and Data Science: new Developments for Business and Industrial Applications

Author: Antonio Pievatolo, Created 2018/08/09 Last updated: 2018/08/09

The official journal of ISBIS, the International Society for Business and Industrial Statistics, Applied Stochastic Models in Business and Industry (ASMBI), is inviting contributions for a special issue devoted to advances in Statistics for Data Science, following the Joint Meeting of SIS SDS Group and itENBIS: S&Ds 2018 - Statistics...

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Postdoctoral Position Offer in Data Science

Author: Jens Bischoff, Created 2018/06/29 Last updated: 2018/06/29

The École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Étienne (EMSE), is a French engineering school depending on the Mines Telecom Institute. Its missions include undergraduate and graduate education, research, innovation, transfer to industry and scientific culture. The Henri Fayol Institute is one of the 5 Departments at EMSE within which the...

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Joint Meeting of SIS SDS Group and itENBIS

Author: Irena Ograjenšek, Created 2018/01/22 Last updated: 2018/01/22

The Joint Meeting of SIS SDS Group and itENBIS on "Statistics and Data Science: New Developments for Business and Industrial Applications" will take place at the Politecnico di Torino on 24th and 25th May 2018. Please check the attached file or the website for more details.

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ENBIS Awards 2018: Extended Nominations Deadline

Author: Irena Ograjenšek, Created 2018/01/09 Last updated: 2018/01/09

The ENBIS Awards Committee chaired by our President-Elect Murat Caner Testik has been collecting nominations for the Box Medal, Best Manager Award and Young Statistician Award since December 5th, 2017. The deadline for nominations which expired on Monday, January 8th, has now been extended for another week: the new and final...

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bENBIS Energy Demand Forecasting Workshop

Author: Jens Bischoff, Created 2017/12/11 Last updated: 2017/12/11

This bENBIS workshop will take place on 18th January 2018,  at Kasteelpark 1, Arenberg. The programme can be found attached to this news item.

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2017 Special Issue of QREI: Call for Papers

Author: Irena Ograjenšek, Created 2017/10/11 Last updated: 2017/10/11

The annual conference of ENBIS takes place every September and hosts presentations from a wide variety of sectors, ranging from manufacturing to service, from private to public sector. After the conference ENBIS, in cooperation with Wiley, publishes a special issue of Quality and Reliability Engineering International (QREI). 

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ASMBI Call for Papers: Special Issue on Games and Decisions in Risk and Reliability

Author: Jens Bischoff, Created 2017/10/09 Last updated: 2017/10/09

The official journal of ISBIS, the International Society for Business and Industrial Statistics, Applied Stochastic Models in Business and Industry (ASMBI),

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2018 Spring Meeting: Save the Date

Author: Irena Ograjenšek, Created 2017/09/10 Last updated: 2017/09/10

A great impulse to the evolution of experiments theory was originated by the technological field and the concept of quality improvement. The robust design approach through Response Surface Methodology and Generalized Linear Models gave a notable boost to the use and application of design of experiments in new fields, such...

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European Statistical Forum 2017

Author: Irena Ograjenšek, Created 2017/08/27 Last updated: 2017/08/27

The European Statistical Forum (ESForum) aims to face statistical topics focusing on the most advanced methodological, regulatory and operational characteristics to support the drug and medical devices development. Its 8th edition will take place in Barcelona on Monday, November 13th, 2017. It is dedicated to the topic of Statistical Methods for Rare...

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Workshop on Symbolic Data Analysis

Author: Irena Ograjenšek, Created 2017/04/04 Last updated: 2017/04/04

The workshop on Symbolic Data Analysis (SDA) is scheduled to take place at the University of Ljubljana's Faculty of Economics (co-organized by the Statistical Society of Slovenia) from June 12th to 14th, 2017. The main aim of the event is to facilitate the meeting of people and the exchange of ideas from...

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Individual Electricity Consumers: Data, Packages, and Methods

Author: Irena Ograjenšek, Created 2017/03/24 Last updated: 2017/03/24

Electricity load forecast is a major challenge for all stakeholders in the electricity market, as well as for their tasks concerning production management, planification, network routing or marketing and offerts design. Recently, the development of smart grids and new measurement infrastructures like smart meters provide the sector with new massive data. New...

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European Establishment Statistics Workshop 2017

Author: Irena Ograjenšek, Created 2017/03/14 Last updated: 2017/03/14

The European Network for Better Establishment Statistics (ENBES) is organizing its fifth European Establishment Statistics Workshop (EESW 17) to be held in Southampton, UK, from August 30th to September 1st, 2017. The call for papers and more information about the workshop can be found here.

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