Conference programme

The full programme for the in-person conference in Manchester is now available.  Please note the programme content will be subject to revision due to speaker availability.

The sessions available to those attending the online conference will be confirmed shortly, but they will include all of the following keynote speaker sessions:

Melinda Mills MBE, FBA is director of the Leverhulme Centre for Demographic Science at the University of Oxford. 

Eric Tchetgen Tchetgen is the Luddy Family President’s Distinguished Professor and Professor of Statistics from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.

Bin Yu is the chancellor's distinguished professor in the Departments of Statistics and of Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences at the University of California at Berkeley. She delivers this year’s Campion (President’s Invited) Lecture

Jonty Rougier, who won this year's Barnett Award, will deliver the Barnett lecture focusing around his award-winning work in environmental sciences. 

Tom Chivers is the science editor at UnHerd and David Chivers is professor of economics at Durham University. Together, they will deliver this year's Significance lecture on their recent book, How To Read Numbers.

There is also a pre-conference workshop for early-career statisticians that takes place in Manchester on the afternoon prior to the start of the main conference. It can be booked alongside registration for the conference by selecting the relevant item under Additional Items for a cost of £35.