YoungStatS blog and webinar

Statistics blog and webinar by Young Statisticians Europe (YSE) supported by FenStatS to promote research in statistics and data science.

The YoungStatS Blog is set up to promote research in statistics in its broadest sense, encompassing all of its areas and applications, among other mathematical statistics and probability, official statistics, biostatistics and medical statistics, social statistics, economic statistics and econometrics, environmental statistics, statistics in natural sciences, data science and survey methods. The intended audiences are in particular young researchers and scholars in statistics, but also research community in statistics in general, practitioners in the field, advisory councils, institutions, academia, the private sector as well as journalists. The blog is hosted by Young Statisticians Europe and its contributors are independent researchers. Their expressed opinions in the blog posts do not necessarily reflect the opinion of Young Statisticians Europe or FENStatS.

Please check our home page for the list of our post and the webinar page for the complete list of webinars.


The columns appearing on the YoungStatS Blog are commissioned by the managing editors. Academics who are interested in writing a blog-post based on their statistical research are encouraged to send a few lines describing the possible column and its research basis to info(at) The submission should include information on the author(s)’ current and past affiliation(s), relevant degrees or experiences, and the URL of the author(s)’ current webpage.

Editorial Board

Andrej SRAKAR (University of Ljubljana, coordinator)

Emanuele ALIVERTI (University Ca’ Foscari Venezia)

Christian CAPEZZA (University of Naples Federico II)

Raluca CAPLESCU (The Bucharest University of Economic Studies)

Michael FOP (University College Dublin)

Fatemeh GHADERINEZHAD (Ghent University)

Amirhossein JALALI (University College Cork)

Imke MAYER (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales & École Polytechnique)

Elena Maria PRADA (Bucharest University of Economic Studies)

Geneviève ROBIN (Inria, École des Ponts ParisTech)

Imke Mayer
PhD Student in Statistics and Applied Mathematics