Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute
This SAMSI program will bring together statisticians, computational mathematicians and social scientists to develop new methodology and applications in the context of modern social science datasets.
The LDHD program is devoted to the development of methodological, theoretical, and computational treatment of high-dimensional mathematical and statistical models.
SAMSI annually conducts a national Education and Outreach Program for undergraduate and graduate students interested in statistics and applied mathematics and their application in the disciplinary sciences. During the 2013-14 academic year, students have various opportunities to participate.
SAMSI is a partnership of Duke University, North Carolina State University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the National Institute of Statistical Sciences, in collaboration with the William R. Kenan, Jr. Institute for Engineering, Technology and Science.
SAMSI is also a partner in VI-MSS, an initiative among two U.S. institutes and five institutes in India to foster research exchanges between the two countries.
Videos Now Available
SAMSI has video taped the public lecture of meteorologist Greg Fishel, the tutorials from the opening workshops on Low-dimensional Structure in High-dimensional Systems (LDHD) and Computational Methods in Social Sciences (CMSS), and other lectures, which can be found here.