The "52nd Gregynog Statistical Conference" will take place from Friday, 15th - Sunday, 17th April 2016 at Gregynog Hall, in the fantastic Welsh countryside. The conference will comprise 1 short course, 8 research talks a Gregynog talk and a poster session aimed at a general mathematical audience. There will be lots of opportunity (particularly for research students) to get to know one another, explore the numerous walks around the hall, take an excursion to Powis Castle and Garden and even attend the final of the Gregynog Young Musicians Competition.
The "Gregynog Statistical Conference" has been running annually since 1965 and has a fascinating history... (which can be found here!)
- Andreas Artemiou (Cardiff)
- David Colquhoun (UCL)
- Andy Golightly (Newcastle)
- Deirdre Hollingsworth (Warwick)
- Chris Jewell (Lancaster)
- Ruth King (Edinburgh)
- Theo Kypriaos (Nottingham)
- Tom Nichols (Warwick) - Short Course of 2 Lectures
- Mary Oldham (Gregynog) - Gregynog Librarian
- Simon Spencer (Warwick)
- Costs: (Provisional) £86.75 per person per night (inclusive of accommodation, food and Gregynog talk, but excluding attendance of the Gregynog Young Musicians Competition), PLUS, an equal share of all speaker expenses (accommodation, food and travel - which in 2015 were approx £65 per person). Attendees should confirm they are able to attend with the organiser from their home institution before registering.
- Travel Arrangements / Useful Links
- Registration (closed)
- Past Gregynog Statistical Conferences and History
Some important notes
- Registrants should have received an invitation from one of the organisers - if you haven't please contact them first to check eligibility.
- You must register if you want to go - we have limited places (and there are limited seats on the Warwick minibus).
- Posters - We will be having a poster session this year, PhD students are particularly encouraged to present (and in the event of over-subscription this may be used as a selection criterion!)
- Gregynog and Powis Castle are excellent places for walks etc. - so you would be well advised to consider bringing appropriate clothing and shoes…