Under the scope of the
"Harvest" programme of the
PASCAL2 European Network of Excellence
Blanchard, Thorsten Dickhaus and Klaus-Robert
Müller, together with five participants from
three countries, will carry out a software project for
multiple testing at the
Berlin Institute of Technology
from January 18th to February
As a round-off of the project, the
µTOSS 2010 Berlin
Multiple comparisons from
theory to practice
" will take place
in collaboration with the
Neurotechnology - Berlin
on February 15th and
February 16th, 2010.
The workshop shall serve
two purposes. On the one hand, we will have invited speakers
who present talks on multiple testing methodology and
practice in a tutorial style for an audience that is
familiar with basic concepts of statistical testing, but
has no particular expertise in MCPs. Directly after such
a theoretical talk, we will present how the things which
have just been presented can be realized in our new
software (this practical presentation will be done by one
of the coding team members).
In a separate time slot, contributed posters will be presented.
Martin Posch from Medical University Vienna confirmed to speak at our workshop.
and Daniel Yekutieli
Alain Célisse from AgroParisTech and Daniel Yekutieli from Tel
Aviv University confirmed to speak at the workshop.
Helmut Finner and Jelle Goeman confirmed
Helmut Finner from the
German Diabetes Center Düsseldorf
and Jelle Goeman from Leiden University, Netherlands, confirmed to
give talks / tutorials at the workshop.
- Yoav Benjamini, Tel Aviv University
- Gilles Blanchard, WIAS Berlin
- Edgar Brunner, University of Göttingen
- Thorsten Dickhaus, Berlin Institute of Technology
(to be completed subsequently)