The Department of Social Statistics is pleased to invite everyone interested in quantitative social research to a series of online seminars. The events will be held once a month throughout the academic year, always at 4pm (UK time) on Tuesdays.
We are glad to announce an international line-up of excellent presenters working on a variety of exciting topics in the social sciences.
Wendy Olsen & Arkadiusz Wisniowski (Univ. of Manchester)
“Hierarchical Modelling of COVID 19 Death Risk in India in the Early Phase of the Pandemic”
Paul Smith (University of Southampton)
“Population size estimation with covariates having missing values and measurement error”
John Harvey (University of Nottingham)
“Should we measure food insecurity? Insights from a novel machine learning approach with the world’s largest food sharing network”
Stephanie Eckman (RTI International)
Dingeman Wiertz (University College London)
“The rise of the n ones and religious polarization across the US, 1973 2018 : State level estimates based on MRP”
April Gert Stulp (University of Groningen)
“Issues when collecting large personal networks in large samples”
Lars Leszczensky (University of Mannheim)
“Uncovering the sources of religious friendship segregation”
Joseph Sakshaug (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich)
We provide two options for getting regular updates about our sessions:
1) visit the Events webpage of our department, where we will post abstracts and Zoom links before the talks: https://www.socialsciences.manchester.ac.uk/social-statistics/connect/events/
2) sign up to our JiscMail announcement list to receive all information in your mailbox: https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?SUBED1=SOCIALSTATS-SEMINARS&A=1
We are looking forward to seeing many of you at our seminars.
For any queries regarding the events, please contact András Vörös (email@example.com).