Trier 2019  •  10.-13. sept.
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Programme

Main topics:
  • Data Journalism
  • Environmental Statistics
  • Microsimulation - Application and Methods 
  • Housing
Special topics:
  • Bayesian Analysis in Natural and Social Science
  • Survey Statistics
  • Joint DStatG & SIS - Survey Statistics


Gumbel-Lecture: Axel Bücher
Heinz-Grohmann Lecture: Bernd Fitzenberger
Young-Academics Mini-Symposium: Philipp Otto: "Models for Spatial and Spatiotemporal Data"
Sections:
  • Education and Training
  • Education and Training: Development of Indicators for Monitoring, Control and Evaluation
  • Computational Statistics and Data Analysis
  • Computational Statistics and Data Analysis: Interpretable Machine Learning
  • Empirical Economics
  • Empirical Economics: Econometrics of Networks
  • Methodology of Statistical Surveys
  • Methodology of Statistical Surveys: Small Area Estimation
  • Regional Statistics
  • Regional Statistics: Regional Disparities
  • Statistical Literacy
  • Statistics in Finance
  • Statistics in Finance: Statistical Learning in Finance
  • Statistics in Natural Science and Technology
  • Statistics in Natural Science and Technology: High-Dimensional Statistics for Structural Analysis
  • Statistical Theory and Methods
  • Statistical Theory and Methods: Functional Time Series
  • Statistical Theory and Methods: WG Nonparametric and Robust Statistics
  • Business and Market Statistics
  • Business and Market Statistics: Research, Education, Innovation
  • Business and Market Statistics: WG National Accounts, Welfare Measurement
  • Business and Market Statistics: WG Labour Market and Social Security
DGD: 
  • Cause of death statistic: Methodological challenges and empirical findings


Tutorial: Small Area Estimation with R (J.P. Burgard)
The German Statistical Week is jointly organized with the “Verband Deutscher Städtestatistiker“ and the “German Statistical Society for Demographics“.
Participants intending to give a talk or to present a poster are invited to submit an abstract electronically via the con- ference submission system. The submitted abstracts will undergo a reviewing process. Submissions are possible from the 1st of March 2019 until the 1st of May 2019.

The German Statistical Society supplies a limited amount of grants covering travelling costs for members younger than 35. Details can be found on the Society‘s homepage