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MATHMET 2014

 

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MATHMET 2014 - International Workshop on Mathematics and Statistics for Metrology

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Date:

March, 24-26, 2014

Venue:

PTB-Berlin, Abbestr. 2-12, 10587 Berlin, Germany

Organizers:

Markus Bär (PTB/EURAMET, Germany), Clemens Elster (PTB, Germany) & Antonio Possolo (NIST, USA)

Scientific Committee:

Markus Bär (PTB/EURAMET, Germany), Maurice Cox (NPL, UK), Stephen Ellison (LGC, UK), Clemens Elster (PTB, Germany), Nicolas Fischer (LNE, France), Alistair Forbes (NPL, UK), Gregory Kyriazis (INMETRO, Brazil), Tony O' Hagan (University of Sheffield, UK), Leslie Pendrill (SP, Sweden), Francesca Pennecchi (INRIM, Italy),  Antonio Possolo (NIST, USA)

MATHMET 2014 intends to provide a forum for statisticians, mathematicians and metrologists to present and discuss modern methods for data analysis and modeling in various applications of metrology.

Programme and Abstracts (Downloads):

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Topics include:

  • Measurement Uncertainty
  • Statistical Calibration and Regression Problems
  • Modeling and Inverse Problems
  • Uncertainty Quantification for Computationally Expensive Model
  • Statistical Methods for Interlaboratory Comparisons and Conformity Assessment
  • Statistical Methods for Chemistry, Bioanalysis and Molecular Biology

Invited Speakers:

  • Maurice Cox (NPL, UK)
  • Stephen Ellison (LGC, UK)
  • Nicolas Fischer (LNE, France)
  • Katy Klauenberg (PTB, Germany)
  • Ignacio Lira (PUCC, Chile)
  • Mauricio Lopez (CENAM, Mexico)
  • Juris Meija (NRC, Canada)
  • Fabio Nobile (EPFL, Switzerland)
  • Tony O' Hagan (University of Sheffield, UK)
  • Francesca Pennecchi (INRIM, Italy)
  • Antonio Possolo (NIST, USA)
  • Matthias Rösslein (EMPA, Swizerland)
  • Elisabeth Ullmann (University of Bath, UK)
  • Helga Wagner (Linz University, Austria)

Abstract Submission:

Deadline: 31 August 2013 - CLOSED        

For the previous MATHMET workshop see MATHMET2010 .