IBC2020 Invited Sessions

IBC2020 Invited Sessions

IS.01: Beyond the Proportional Hazards Model: Analysis of Treatment-effects on Time-to-Event Endpoints in Cancer Development | Session Chair: Geert Verbeke, Catholic University of Leuven IS.02: Recent development in methodologies for neuroimaging data | Session Chair: Min Jin Ha, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center IS.03: Recent Advanced Bayesian methods for Complex Biomedical Data Analysis [...]

IBC2020 Short Course Offerings

IBC2020 Short Course Offerings

We are pleased to announce that the IBC 2020 Short Courses have been approved. Seven Short Course proposals have been selected for presentation just before the International Biometric Conference begins. All Short Courses will take place on Sunday, 5 July 2020 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM local time.  SC01: Targeting learning: bridging machine learning and [...]

An Update from your International Program Chair

An Update from your International Program Chair

Dear IBS members, In view of several request, we decided to postpone to 04 March 2019 the deadline for submitting Invited Session proposals for IBC2020 in Seoul, Korea. This conference is being prepared with great care by our local organizing committee, led by Tae Rim Lee and Taesung Park, and you can expect a superb [...]

Greetings from IBC2020

Greetings from IBC2020

On behalf of the 30th International Biometric Conference (2020IBC) Local Organizing Committee and International Biometric Society Korean Region (IBS Korean Region), it is our greatest honor and pleasure to host the 2020 IBC in Seoul, Korea. International Biometric Conferences have been the most effective and prominent gathering of biometric professionals and having the Conference convened in Seoul would [...]

IBC2020 Call for Invited Session Proposals – Deadline Past

IBC2020 Call for Invited Session Proposals – Deadline Past

An IBC invited session brings together a small number of speakers (two–four) on a particular statistical topic. A discussant may also form part of a session. A discussant should describe the latest research in the session topic and make it accessible to a ‘non-expert’ audience, as well as provide commentary on the various talks in the session.