CASI 2010 : The 2010 Conference of Applied Statistics in Ireland
Call For Papers
The 2010 Conference of Applied Statistics in Ireland (CASI) will be hosted
by the School of Computing and Information Engineering at the University
of Ulster and will take place in the Ramada Hotel, Portrush from the 16th
to the 18th May, 2010. The conference is organised under the auspices of
the Irish Statistical Association.
CASI brings together theoreticians and practitioners, industrialists and
academics, from the numerous related disciplines involved in the
processing and analysis of data. CASI 2010 will be a single-track
conference starting with a poster session, reception and dinner in the
afternoon and evening of Sunday 16th May and continuing with oral
presentations on the 17th and 18th May. There will be a conference dinner
in the University of Ulster in Coleraine on the Monday evening, with CASI
finishing mid Tuesday afternoon. The conference emphasises both
theoretical research results and practical applications in all areas of
statistics. The programme also includes talks by invited speakers.
We are pleased to announce that CASI 2010 will include keynote talks by:
- Professor George Gettinby, University of Strathclyde
- Professor Paul Harper, Cardiff University
- Rachel Linney, National Council for Curriculum and Assessment, Portlaoise.
- Professor Fionn Murtagh, Royal Holloway, University of London and SFI
These lectures will cover diverse topics ranging from Cataract Surgery to Healthcare Modelling and Pattern Recognition to Statistical Education.
The North West 200 motor bike race is held annually on the North Coast of
Northern Ireland and runs between the towns of Portrush, Portstewart, and
Coleraine. More than 150,000 spectators line the local roads between to
watch the races and the whole week takes on a festival atmosphere with
concerts and other entertainment.
The 2010 date for the North West 200 is 9 May to 16 May so there will be
opportunities to come to CASI a few days early and join in the fun. In any
case it is likely to add to CASI's usual lively atmosphere. However the
downside is that hotels will be busy and prices will increase so we
encourage you to book as soon as possible and definitely by the end of
The closing date for abstracts is: Friday 26th March
Please see the website for further details at: