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Monday 3 September 2012: Short courses & workshops
8.30am  Registration/Refreshments
9.30am - 5pm  Applied Multiple Imputation in R
  Bayesian Adaptive Methods for Clinical Trials
9.30am - 5pm   Spatial-temporal models in epidemiology
  Lunch
3pm - 6pm  Registration for main conference
6.30pm - 9.30pm  Welcome reception
Holiday Inn Telford
 
Tuesday 4 September - Main conference
From 8.30am  Registration/Refreshments
Exhibition (Ludlow 1 & 2)
9.20am - 10.20am  Introduction to Conference
Newport 1
  Contributed 1
Beckbury 1
  Contributed 2
Beckbury 2
10.30am  Opening of Conference and Plenary Session 1
Ludlow 3 (Main Hall)
11.30am  Tea/Coffee break
Exhibition (Ludlow 1 & 2)
12 noon  Inequality in the UK, its effects, and what we think about it
Ludlow 3 (Main Hall)
  Statistical Genetics
Newport 1
  PSI Read Paper: Proposed Best Practice for Statisticians in the Reporting and Publication of Pharmaceutical Industry-Sponsored Clinical Trials
Newport 2
  Presenting at conferences
Beckbury 1
  Contributed 3
Beckbury 2
  Contributed 4
Beckbury 3
  Lunch
Exhibition (Ludlow 1 & 2)
1.20pm  YSS Welcome reception
2.20pm  Fisher's Statistical Legacy
Ludlow 3 (Main Hall)
  Measuring what matters: Well-Being in the UK
Newport 1
  Keeping the media honest in covering statistics
Newport 2
  Professional Statisticians Forum
Beckbury 1
  Contributed 5
Beckbury 2
  Contributed 6
Beckbury 3
   
3.50pm  Andrew Dilnot
Ludlow 3 (main hall)
  PSI debate: This house believes that pharmaceutical drug development and regulation should become fully Bayesian
Newport 1
  The Bioinformatics Study Group presents
Newport 2
  Statistics at work in the Midlands: Cars, Trains and Flu
Beckbury 2
  Contributed 7
Beckbury 4
  Contributed 8
Beckbury 3
  Contributed 9
Beckbury 1
5.10pm  Tea/Coffee
Exhibition (Ludlow 1 & 2)
5.45pm  Awards ceremony
Ludlow 3 (Main Hall)
7pm (approx)  Awards and Poster reception
Exhibition (Ludlow 1 & 2)
 
Wednesday 5 September - main conference
From 8:30am  Registration/Refreshments
Exhibition (Ludlow 1 & 2)
9:00am - 10:00am  Have the cutbacks in statistical budgets undermined the statistical base?
Ludlow 3 (Main Hall)
  Getting your point across: do's, dont's and guidance
Newport 1
9am - 10am  Contributed 10
Beckbury 2
  Contributed 11
Beckbury 3
   
10:10am - 11:30am  Methodology for longitudinal studies
Ludlow 3 (Main Hall)
  Who, What and Why? Understanding User Needs
Newport 1
  Statistical Aspects of Networks
Newport 2
  Creating interactive web graphs with R: Overview and googleVis tutorial
Beckbury 1
10.10am - 11.30am  YSM 2012 prize winners
Beckbury 2
  Contributed 12
Beckbury 3
  Contributed 13
Beckbury 4
11.30am  Tea/Coffee break
Exhibition (Ludlow 1 & 2)
12:00 - 1:20pm  Making the most of the 2011 Census outputs for England and Wales
Ludlow 3 (Main Hall)
  Statistical nous
Newport 1
  New developments in clinical trials
Newport 2
  Stochastic volatility jumps
Beckbury 1
12 noon  RSS Long-term strategy consultation
Beckbury 2
12 noon - 1.20pm  Contributed 14
Beckbury 3
  Contributed 15
Beckbury 4
  Lunch
Exhibition (Ludlow 1 & 2)
1.40pm  Funding opportunities workshop
2:30pm - 4:10pm  Retrospective Read Paper
Ludlow 3 (Main Hall)
  Talking to the public about statistics
Newport 1
  Big Data challenges
Newport 2
  Understanding ageing in the 21st century
Beckbury 1
  Professionalism matters
Beckbury 2
2.30pm - 4.10pm  Contributed 16
Beckbury 3
  Contributed 17
Beckbury 4
4.10pm  Tea/Coffee break
Exhibition (Ludlow 1 & 2)
4.40pm - 5.40pm  Plenary 2 - Campion (President's Invited) Lecture: Statistics at Google
Ludlow 3 (Main Hall)
from 7pm  Conference dinner
Ironbridge museum
 
Thursday 6 September - main conference
8:30am  Registration/Refreshments
Exhibition (Ludlow 1 & 2)
9.20am  Statistics and the Olympics (1)
Ludlow 3 (Main Hall)
  Statistics and Energy
Newport 1
  RSS Graduate Statistician mentoring scheme
Newport 2
9.20am - 10.40am  Contributed 18
Beckbury 1
  Contributed 19
Beckbury 2
  Contributed 20
Beckbury 3
10.40am - 11.10am  Tea/Coffee break
Exhibition (Ludlow 1 & 2)
11.10am  Statistics and the Olympics (2)
Ludlow 3 (Main Hall)
  Recent advances in statistical computing: an introduction to GPU computation
Newport 1
11.10am - 12.40pm  Spatio-temporal environmental epidemiology
Newport 2
  RSC 2011 and YSM 2011 prize winners
Beckbury 1
  Revalidation for Chartered Statisticians
Beckbury 2
  Contributed 21
Beckbury 3
  Contributed 22
Beckbury 4
  Lunch
1.30pm - 2.50pm  Significance: Alan Turing and the Enigma Machine
Ludlow 3 (Main Hall)
  Experimental design challenges in industry
Newport 1
  Expert evidence
Newport 2
  Contributed 23
Beckbury 1
  Contributed 24
Beckbury 2
  Contributed 25
Beckbury 3
3pm - 4.15pm  Plenary 3: Statistics of Risk
Ludlow 3 (Main Hall)
4.15pm  Refreshments
 
 


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