Institute for Mathematical Sciences

Symposium in Memory of Charles Stein [1920 - 2016]

(17 - 28 Jun 2019)

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Benjamin Arras
Université de Lille, France

On Stein's method for multivariate self-decomposable laws

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Vipal Asosa
Singapore, Singapore
Krishnakumar Balasubramanian
University of California, Davis, USA
Andrew Barbour
Universität Zürich, Switzerland

Some applications of Stein's method

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Carina Betken
Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
Chinmoy Bhattacharjee
University of Bern, Switzerland
Solesne Bourguin
Boston University, USA
Stephan Bussmann
Universität Osnabrück, Germany
Hock Peng Chan
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Infinite arms bandit: optimality via confidence bounds

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Sanjay Chaudhuri
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Reversing the Stein effect

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Louis Chen
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Stein's concentration inequality for proving the Berry-Esseen theorem

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Kwok Pui Choi
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Joint subtree distributions under two evolutionary tree models

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Tianshu Cong
The University of Melbourne, Australia
Jim Dai
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, China and Cornell University, USA

High-order accuracy steady-state diffusion approximations

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Hanna Döring
Universität Osnabrück, Germany

Fluctuations in a general preferential attachment model

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Peter Eichelsbacher
Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

Higher order approximation for sequences converging in the mod-Gaussian sense

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Murat Erdogdu
University of Toronto, Canada
Xiao Fang
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Skewness correction in tail probability approximations for sums of local statistics

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Max Fathi
Institut de Mathematiques de Toulouse, France

Constructing Stein kernels

Han Gan
Northwestern University, USA
Lan Gao
The Chinese University of Hong Kong , Hong Kong
Malay Ghosh
University of Florida, USA

Divergence loss and the Stein phenomemon

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Larry Goldstein
University of Southern California, USA

Single index models and non-linear compressed sensing in the non-Gaussian case via Stein type discrepancies

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Dickman approximation in quickselect sorting and probabilistic number theory

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Tailen Hsing
University of Michigan, USA

Space-time data, intrinsic stationarity and functional models

Shouri Hu
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Tran Loc Hung
University of Finance and Marketing, Vietnam
Arturo Jaramillo
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Iain Johnstone
Stanford University, USA

From Stein to minimax predictive density estimation: the sparse normal means case

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Gursharn Kaur
National University of Singapore, Singapore

TBA

Fumiyasu Komaki
The University of Tokyo, Japan

A class of tractable predictive densities for curved exponential families

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Decai Liang
Peking University, China
Qiang Liu
The University of Texas at Austin, USA

Recent applications of Stein's method in machine learning

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Qingwei Liu
The University of Melbourne, Australia
Songhao Liu
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Wei-Liem Loh
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Charles Stein, covariance matrix estimation and some memories from one of his students

(PDF 1, PDF 2) (Video)

Yuzo Maruyama
University of Tokyo, Japan

Ensemble minimaxity of James-Stein estimators

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Takeru Matsuda
The University of Tokyo, Japan

Singular value shrinkage prior: a matrix version of Stein’s prior

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Elizabeth Meckes
Case Western Reserve University, USA

Stein's method and random matrix theory

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Zhi Peng Ong
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Mia Pang-Rey
University of the Philippines-Diliman, Philippines
Giovanni Peccati
Université du Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Stein's method on Wiener chaos, and limit theorems for level sets of Gaussian fields

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Erol A. Peköz
University of Warwick, UK
Shige Peng
Shandong University, China

Some recent developments of LLN and CLT under probability and distribution uncertainties

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Guillaume Poly
University of Rennes 1 (IRMAR), France

Central limit theorems for densities on Wiener chaoses

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Martin Raič
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

On Götze's multivariate central limit theorem: doubts, clarification and improvements

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Gesine Reinert
University of Oxford, UK

Chi-square approximations with Stein's method

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Adrian Röllin
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Nathan Ross
The University of Melbourne, Australia

Central moment inequalities using Stein's method

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Adrien Saumard
CREST-ENSAI, Université Bretagne Loire, France
Qi-Man Shao
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong and Southern University of Science and Technology, China

Berry-Esseen bounds for functionals of independent random variables

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Jiasheng Shi
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
David O. Siegmund
Stanford University, USA

Charles Stein: A personal view

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Ivy Suan
University of the Philippines-Diliman, Philippines
Saifei Sun
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Yvik Swan
Université de Liège, Belgium

Covariance identities and expansions via Stein's method

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Xin Tong
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Fei Wang
Peking University, China
Wanjie Wang
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Jun Wen
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Nathakhun Wiroonsri
King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand
Aihua Xia
The University of Melbourne, Australia

On moderate deviations in Poisson approximation

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Han Yan
The Chinese University of Hong Kong , Hong Kong
Xiaochuan Yang
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Ying Yang
Peking University, China
Zhigang Yao
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Jun Yu
Peking University, China
Joseph Yukich
Lehigh University, USA

Multivariate normal approximation for statistics in geometric probability

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Weiwei Zhang
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Zhuosong Zhang
University of Melbourne, Australia

Cramér-type moderate deviation of normal approximation for unbounded exchangeable pairs

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Hang Zhou
Peking University, China