Statistics is the art of gathering, organizing, analyzing, interpreting, and finding the truth from raw data. Statistical techniques are being used to solve problems across a wide range of areas from advanced scientific research to global business. This conference will explore the application of statistics in solving practical problems in the real world.
The conference invites high quality multidisciplinary research that employs statistical concepts and theories to tackle a broad range of practical everyday challenges. Last but not least, in addition to keynote lectures by notable researchers, participants will also have the opportunity to explore one of the world's most beautiful beaches - Phuket, Thailand.
Ejaz Ahmed is a professor of Statistics. Before joining Brock University, he was a professor and head of Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Windsor and University of Regina. Prior to that, he had a faculty position at the University of Western Ontario. His area of expertise includes statistical inference, shrinkage estimation, and big data analysis. He has numerous published articles in scientific journals, both collaborative and methodological. Further, he has written several books, edited and co-edited several volumes and special issues of scientific journals. He has supervised many PhD and master's students. He organized several workshops and many invited sessions. He made numerous invited scholarly presentations in many countries around the globe.