is available for
graduate students and for faculty with PhDs in 2019 or later.
Women and members of underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. Click here
for funding application instructions.
Worskhop location: Room 548, Center for Computing & Data Sciences, Boston University
(located at BU East T station)
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Boston University will
host the twelveth annual joint workshop between Boston University (Boston, MA, USA),
Keio University (Yokohama, JP), and Tsinghua University (Beijing, CN). The purpose of these workshops is to expose
graduate students, junior faculty and researchers to active areas of research
in areas of mathematics represented by BU, Keio, and Tsinghua faculty.
This year's program will focus on
probability and statistics.
All talks are intended to be accessible to advanced graduate students with an
interest in probability and statistics.
Thanks to NSF funding, there is limited funding available to cover the local and travel
US based graduate students and postdocs from outside the Boston
We ask participants to register using the link above, so we can
keep track of attendence. Please register!
Workshop topics include:
Network and graph analysis
Statistical applications in biological and climate science
Special thanks toSteve Rosenberg for sharing valuable experience and resources in organizing the workshop in previous years. Thanks toTing Zhang (University of Georgia) for helping organizing part of the session.
Our thanks to the following organizations for workshop funding:
Boston University Department of Mathematics
Boston University Graduate
School of Arts and Sciences