Upcoming Workshops and Events

As part of each research program, SAMSI hosts a variety of workshops during which researchers gather to focus on a program topic. Each program has an opening workshop, typically comprised of a day of tutorials and introducing some of the major research topics, followed by two and a half days of presentations from major researchers in the field, as well as by poster sessions and presentations from more junior researchers. During this workshop, the working group topics are identified and the groups are formed. Mid-program workshops are held to bring together the members of a particular working group and other interested parties from the SAMSI community who might not be participating in a working group on an ongoing basis. Finally, at the end of a program, SAMSI hosts a transition workshop. The workshop aims not only at crystallizing and disseminating the research results of the program but also at consolidating the research collaborations initiated during the program. After a program at SAMSI formally closes, many scholars continue to work with their working group cohorts on research ideas and projects born during the program.

Recent Advances in Latent Variable Modeling – Virtual Seminar

This session is jointly sponsored by the Statistics department and the Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation program, University of Connecticut (UCONN), New England Statistical Society (NESS) and Statistical and Applied Mathematical Institute (SAMSI) as part of online interdisciplinary seminar series on statistical methodology for social and behavior research.

November 20, 2020
11:30 am – 1:00 pm EST (New York Time.)

Transportation Virtual Workshop

Co-Sponsored by SAMSI and the ASA Transportation Statistics Interest Group

December 7-8, 2020
2 Half Days: 10:00 am – Noon and 1:00-2:00 pm EST (New York Time.)

Data Science in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Virtual Opening Workshop

January 5/11/12, 2021
3 Full Days:  9:00 am – 5:00 pm EST (New York Time)

Past Research Workshops

To view our research workshops from previous years, please CLICK HERE.