Welcome to Statistics for Innovation (sfi)²
(sfi)²-Statistics for Innovation is one of the fourteen Norwegian Centres for Research-based Innovation. (sfi)² develops core statistical methodologies, strategically necessary to achieve innovation goals in four key sectors: petroleum, finance, marine and health.
Wed-Thu Nov 05-06: Short course on approximate Bayesian inference for a class of models named latent Gaussian models (LGM) using the R-INLA package. Instructor: Andrea Riebler (NTNU). Location: Oslo. Send email to Bettina Andreassen (email@example.com) if you would like to attend.
Ph.D Position in biostatistics (3 or 4 years) available at the Department of Biostatistics, University of Oslo. Application deadline: July 13, 2014.
Our PhD Student Reinaldo Marques is one of the winners of the Student Paper Competition 2014 in Bayesian methodology of the American Statistical Association. The paper, “Particle move-reweighting strategies for online inference", has been selected to be presented in the next Joint Statistical Meeting to be held in Boston, USA from August 2–7, 2014.
STOR-i is a pioneering doctoral training centre with a ground-breaking approach to statistics and operational research. (sfi)² and STOR-i are international partners, see details here.
Networks and Projects
- Statistical Approaches to Regional Climate Models for Adaptation: A Nordic Top-level Research Initiative (Funded by the Nordic Top-level Research Initiative)
- Insuring Future Climate Change (IFCC) (Funded by The Research Council of Norway)
- Climate Change and the Insurance Industry (ex-CCII)
- The Pair-copula constructions page.
- Remember also the R-INLA resources.
Statistics for Innovation is one of the 14 Norwegian Centres for Research-based Innovation. Host institution of (sfi)² is the Norwegian Computing Center. Statistics for Innovation will develop core statistical methodologies, strategically necessary to achieve innovation goals in four key sectors: petroleum, finance, marine and health. The centre started in 2007 and will operate for eight years. It is based at the Norwegian Computing Center (Norsk Regnesentral, NR) in Oslo and is a partnership with the University of Oslo (UiO), the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and 11 partners: Statoil, DNB, Gjensidige, Norsk Hydro ASA, Institute of Marine Research, Sencel, Biomolex, PubGene, Oslo University Hospital, Smerud Medical Research and Spermatech. Statistics for Innovation is funded by the Research Council of Norway and by the partners, with an annual budget of about 4 mill Euro. About 40 researchers will actively join the research projects of the centre. Statistics for Innovation participates to the UiO and NTNU training programmes and will fund many Ph.D grants and postdocs.
Host institution of (sfi)² is the Norwegian Computing Center.