Regional Mathematics and Statistics Conference


8:45–8:50 Welcoming remarks
8:50–9:50 Plenary lecture
9:50–10:00 Break
10:00–11:40 Parallel sessions

Session 1

10:00–10:20 Fatimah Alghamdi, On reproducibility of hypothesis tests based on randomised response data
10:20–10:40 Hafiza Fakhar ul Nisa, Mean estimation using full and optional RRT models in the presence of measurement error and non-response under two phase sampling
10:40–11:00 Wenhao Shou, Kernel density estimation with data collected with the randomized response technique
11:00–11:20 Joia Zhang, An optional enhanced trust quantitative RRT model
11:20–11:40 Pujita Sapra, Evaluation of an optional mixture binary RRT model with a unified measure of privacy and efficiency

Session 2

10:00–10:20 Anhad Kalucha and Gaurika Khanduja, Calculating sensitivity, specificity and predictive values for coronavirus tests
10:20–10:40 Shitij Govil and Aidan Lee, Using DEM derivatives from Quanergy LiDAR data to classify wetlands through machine learning
10:40–11:00 Sahil Patel, Machine-aided detection of atrial fibrillation through R-R intervals
11:00–11:20 Sarangan Balasubramaniam, Parametric approaches for prediction on the axially symmetric process
11:20–11:40 Xiaohuan Xue, A note on asymptotics of estimators on spheres

Session 3

10:00–10:20 Whitney Bennett, Using physiologically based pharmacokinetic modeling to study the gender differences of perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances
10:20–10:40 Hannah Sullivan and Polina Ovchinnikova, Introducing a mutation into a monarch butterfly population
10:40–11:00 Benjamin Faktor, The Navier-Stokes equations with variable viscosity
11:00–11:20 Ananta Acharya, Analysis of a competitive reaction-diffusion population dynamics model
11:20–11:40 Jong Won Lee, Multiple regression analysis of borderline personality disorder traits and facets of romantic relationships
11:40–12:30 Break
12:30–13:30 Professional development seminar: The art and science of great presentations

All times are EDT times.