Seminars

Estimating deformation of polar ice

Speaker: 
Professor Aila Särkkä, Chalmers University of Technology

Abstract: Analysis of deep polar ice cores has become an important tool for deriving climate information from the past. Interpretation of ice core records requires an accurate dating of the ice. The recent dating relies on models where the key element is the simulation of the individual history of ice deformation for each specific core site. We present a two-stage method for the estimation of the deformation history in polar ice using the measured anisotropy of air inclusions from deep ice cores.

Time of Seminar: 
2017-12-12 14:00
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Methods for Finding Informative Correlated Predictors in High Dimensional Linear Regression Models

Speaker: 
Niharika Gauraha

Abstract: We discuss an important research problem concerning selection  of covariates that are both highly informative and correlated with each other. Most of the variable selection methods exclude the highly correlated covariates from the regression equations, which can lead investigators to overlook significant features. Especially in high dimensional settings, independence assumptions among predictors are unlikely to be fulfilled in general.

Time of Seminar: 
2017-10-10 13:00
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TBA

Speaker: 
Sara de Luna
Time of Seminar: 
2017-05-04 13:15
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TBA

Speaker: 
Peter Gustafsson
Time of Seminar: 
2017-04-20 13:15
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