The workshop is designed to bring researchers together to examine the infusion of statistics and engineering. It provides a focal venue for participants to gather, interact and present their new research findings, to discuss and outline emerging problems in this exciting and vast interdisciplinary field, and to enable future collaborations.
The workshop also serves students and young researchers looking for new topics to work on and experienced researchers who hope to gain an overview of contemporary developments at the confluence of statistics and engineering.
Topics will feature collaborative research in statistics and engineering and the applied sciences, including wavelets, multi-resolutions methods, information theory, Bayesian methods, machine learning, signal processing, and statistical computation.
This workshop is jointly hosted by the Harvard Statistics Department and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and sponsored by National Science Foundation.