A Meeting on the Future of Statistical Computing
National Science Foundation
Statistical methods for complex
and high dimensional models
Program of Excellence,
University of Copenhagen
Institute of Public Health
The sixth international workshop on Directions in Statistical Computing (DSC 2009) will take place at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 13th-14th of July 2009. This conference follows on from the successful DSC 1999, 2001, and 2003 conferences at the Vienna University of Technology, DSC 2005 at the University of Washington in Seattle, and DSC 2007 at the University of Auckland. The workshop will focus on, but is not limited to, open source statistical computing and aims to provide a platform for exchanging ideas about developments in statistical computing (rather than 'only' the usage of statistical software for applications).
Registration and payment is handled by the convention bureau. Payment can be done by credit card or bank transfer or (domestic only) electronic invoice. Use this link. (Notice that the registration procedure is separate from the abstract submission, so you may need to give your details twice.)
It is expected that a large proportion of participants will bring a
presentation. We particularly welcome contributions advancing
statistical computing as an independent topic. You can submit your
abstract via this
|Submission deadline||March 15th 2009|
|Notification of accept/reject||April 15th 2009|
|Early registration||May 15th 2009|
|Regular registration ends||July 5th 2009|
|On the Day (July 6th and later)||1650||2475||825|
All prices are in danish kroner (DKK). "Students" does not include Ph.D. students.
There is a direct metro line from the airport to Nørreport station. This is about 5 minutes walk away from the venue and also near most of the relevant hotels. If you are staying at the Cabinn hotel, the next stop, "Forum", is closer. There are also connections by S-train from the Central Station.Directions via google maps.
The sensible way to get from useR! 2009 to Copenhagen seems to be to take the TGV to Paris (CDG) and a plane from there to Copenhagen Airport (CPH). This is about a 2 hour flight.
Last modified: Fri Apr 24 14:25:38 CEST 2009