Events of the Statistics Communication section are organised by its board members and other volunteers.
is PhD candidate in Applied Statistics in the Mathematical Institute at Leiden University. Her main PhD research focusses on finding optimal scaling transformations in GLMs. However, she is also interested in the communication of statistics and did a research project on the interpretation of probability phrases.
holds a master’s degree in Statistical Science (Leiden University). In previous jobs she worked on developing network models, calculation and simulation of financial risks, and programming codes for machine learning frameworks. Nikky is now a Data Scientist for her own company Nidasci, where communication on statistical models is of major importance.
is statistical researcher at Statistics Netherlands (Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek). She holds a master’s degree in Statistical Science (Leiden University), and is former chair of the Young Statisticians. While her day-to-day focus is more on computer languages, a tweet of her brother sparked her interest in the interpretability of human language, and statistics communication.
Dr. Aysun Cetinyurek-Yavuz – workshop committee
Aysun is a senior statistician working at Danone Nutricia Research. She is responsible for the design, analysis and interpretation of the results of clinical trials where communicating statistics is the core of her daily work. She holds a PhD degree in Mathematics, orientation in Bayesian statistics (University of Liège). She worked on Bayesian Cox proportional hazards and frailty models during her PhD.
Prof.dr. Jacqueline Meulman – sponsor symposium 2018
Jacqueline is Professor of Applied Statistics at the Mathematical Institute of Leiden University. She is a past president of the Netherlands Society for Statistics and Operations Research.
Photo by Marc de Haan.