GermanJapanese Workshop
After a 1st JapaneseGerman Workshop (Tokyo, 2005) and a 2nd GermanJapanese Workshop (Berlin, 2006) selected papers of which have been published in a special issue of the Springer series "Studies in Classification, Data Analysis, and Knowledge Organization” (Title: Cooperation in Classification and Data Analysis, Editors: A. Okada, T. Imaizumi, H.H. Bock, W. Gaul) a 3rd GermanJapanese Workshop is planned that will take place together with the 34th Annual Conference of the German Classification Society in Karlsruhe. The workshop will be held on July 20 – 21, 2010.
The number of contributions will have to be restricted to 3040 papers with approximately 15 – 20 presentations each by Japanese and by German researchers.

5th GermanJapanese Workshop on Classification
September 11, 2016 – September 13, 2016After a 1st JapaneseGerman Workshop (Tokyo, 2005), a 2nd in Berlin (2006), a 3rd in Karlsruhe (2010), a fourth in Kyoto (2012), it is now time to continue this extremely successfull series, which was founded by Wolfgang Gaul, with a fifth workshop in 2016. As before the focus will be on classification and is generally open to all.
Location this time is the beautiful city of Günzburg with its Reisensburg Castle. Nearby attractions are Ulm (birthplace of Albert Einstein, cathedral, etc.), Lake Constance, Neuschwanstein, Munich just to name a few.
As before, selected papers can be published in a special issue of the "Archives of Data Science”.
For time and space reasons is the number of contributions limited to 3040 presentations and papers with approximately 15 – 20 presentations by Japanese and by German researchers.
Organizers:
Prof. Dr. Hans A. Kestler (+49 (0)731  50 24500, hans.kestler@uniulm.de)
Dr. Johann Kraus (+49 (0))731 50 24512, johann.kraus@uniulm.de)
Axel Fürstberger (+49 (0)731 500 44696, axel.fuerstberger@uniulm.de)Directions:
For directions on how to reach the Reisensburg, see Anfahrt
Call for submissions and timeline.
Please send abstracts to hans.kestler@uniulm.de and blausen@essex.ac.uk.
Statistical Computing
The workshop "Statistical Computing" is held annually by the Working Groups "Statistical Computing" of the GMDS/IBSDR and "Biostatistics" of the GfKl. The meeting offers a forum for the discussion of methodological developments in the field of statistical computing. Special emphasis is given on applications in the life sciences, but contributions from other research areas are also very welcome.
The location of the "Statistical Computing" workshops is Reisensburg Castle near Ulm (Germany), which provides onsite accommodation and food for the participants. The workshop is usually started on Sunday by a keynote talk held by an expert in the field of statistical computing. In the following days the program includes contributed talks, handson tutorials and at least one more keynote talk. The number of participants is typically around 40, which facilitates productive and enjoyable discussions.

Statistical Computing 2024
July 28, 2024 – July 31, 202454th workshop of the working groups Statistical Computing (GMDS/IBSDR) and Klassifikation und Datenanalyse in den Biowissenschaften (GfKl).
The workshop "Statistical Computing" is held annually by the Working Groups "Statistical Computing" of the GMDS/IBSDR and "Biostatistics" of the GfKl. The meeting offers a forum for the discussion of methodological developments in the field of statistical computing. Special emphasis is given on applications in the life sciences, but contributions from other research areas are also very welcome.The location of the "Statistical Computing" workshops is Reisensburg Castle near Ulm (Germany), which provides onsite accommodation and food for the participants. The workshop is usually started on Sunday by a keynote talk held by an expert in the field of statistical computing. In the following days the program includes contributed talks, handson tutorials and at least one more keynote talk. The number of participants is typically around 40, which facilitates productive and enjoyable discussions.
Abstract submission deadline: 30.04.2024
We appreciate contributed presentations from the research areas "Statistical Computing" and "Computational Statistics".
Abstracts for talks or posters should be submitted by email to Hans Kestler (hans.kestler@uniulm.de) and Johann Kraus (johann.kraus@uniulm.de). The workshop language will be English.Confirmed invited speakers are
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Statistical Computing 2024 FlyerStatistical Computing 2024 Program
Templates for abstract submissions
If you submit an abstract for a talk or a poster presentation, please use the following templates:
Sponsored by the Mathematical Research Data Initiative (MaRDI), represented by the Task Area Statistics and Machine Learning (Members: TUM, LMU, and WIAS).
Former Workshops:
 Statistical Computing 2023
 Statistical Computing 2022
 Statistical Computing 2019
 Statistical Computing 2018
 Statistical Computing 2017
 Statistical Computing 2016
 Statistical Computing 2015
 Statistical Computing 2014
 Statistical Computing 2013
 Statistical Computing 2012
 Statistical Computing 2011
 Statistical Computing 2010

Statistical Computing 2023
July 30, 2023 – August 2, 202353rd workshop of the working groups Statistical Computing (GMDS/IBSDR) and Klassifikation und Datenanalyse in den Biowissenschaften (GfKl).
The workshop "Statistical Computing" is held annually by the Working Groups "Statistical Computing" of the GMDS/IBSDR and "Biostatistics" of the GfKl. The meeting offers a forum for the discussion of methodological developments in the field of statistical computing. Special emphasis is given on applications in the life sciences, but contributions from other research areas are also very welcome.The location of the "Statistical Computing" workshops is Reisensburg Castle near Ulm (Germany), which provides onsite accommodation and food for the participants. The workshop is usually started on Sunday by a keynote talk held by an expert in the field of statistical computing. In the following days the program includes contributed talks, handson tutorials and at least one more keynote talk. The number of participants is typically around 40, which facilitates productive and enjoyable discussions.
Abstract submission deadline: 30.04.2023
Extended deadline: 17.5.2023We appreciate contributed presentations from the research areas "Statistical Computing" and "Computational Statistics".
Abstracts for talks or posters should be submitted by email to Hans Kestler (hans.kestler@uniulm.de) and Johann Kraus (johann.kraus@uniulm.de). The workshop language will be English.Confirmed invited speakers are
 AnneLaure Boulesteix (München)  Towards reliable empirical evidence in methodological computational research: Recent developments and remaining challenges
 Nico Pfeifer (Tübingen)  Efficient privacypreserving machine learning for precision medicine
 Tim Friede (Göttingen): From trial simulation to insilico trials
Confirmed invited speaker for the MaRDI session Sebastian Meyer: Changes in R
Statistical Computing 2023 Program
Templates for abstract submissions
If you submit an abstract for a talk or a poster presentation, please use the following templates:
Sponsored by the Mathematical Research Data Initiative (MaRDI), represented by the Task Area Statistics and Machine Learning (Members: TUM, LMU, and WIAS).
Former Workshops:

Statistical Computing 2022
July 24, 2022 – July 27, 202252th workshop of the working groups Statistical Computing (GMDS/IBSDR) and Klassifikation und Datenanalyse in den Biowissenschaften (GfKl).
The workshop "Statistical Computing" is held annually by the Working Groups "Statistical Computing" of the GMDS/IBSDR and "Biostatistics" of the GfKl. The meeting offers a forum for the discussion of methodological developments in the field of statistical computing. Special emphasis is given on applications in the life sciences, but contributions from other research areas are also very welcome.The location of the "Statistical Computing" workshops is Reisensburg Castle near Ulm (Germany), which provides onsite accommodation and food for the participants. The workshop is usually started on Sunday by a keynote talk held by an expert in the field of statistical computing. In the following days the program includes contributed talks, handson tutorials and at least one more keynote talk. The number of participants is typically around 40, which facilitates productive and enjoyable discussions.
Important information:
Hygiene concept at Reisensburg Castle: 3G (May 2022)
Abstract submission deadline: 30.04.2022
We appreciate contributed presentations from the research areas "Statistical Computing" and "Computational Statistics".
Abstracts for talks or posters should be submitted by email to Hans Kestler (hans.kestler@uniulm.de) and Axel Fuerstberger (axel.fuerstberger@uniulm.de). The workshop language will be English.Confirmed invited speakers are
 Rolf Backofen (Freiburg)  MachineLearning in the Context of CRISPR Research
 Marvin N. Wright (Bremen)  Random Forests: Myths and Facts
 Tutorial: Vanessa Didelez (Bremen)  Introduction to Causal Discovery
Statistical Computing 2023 is planned from 30.07.2023 to 02.08.2023
All participants are required to take a COVID19test. Tests will be provided on site.
Templates for abstract submissions
If you submit an abstract for a talk or a poster presentation, please use the following templates:
Former Workshops:
 Statistical Computing 2019
 Statistical Computing 2018
 Statistical Computing 2017
 Statistical Computing 2016
 Statistical Computing 2015
 Statistical Computing 2014
 Statistical Computing 2013
 Statistical Computing 2012
 Statistical Computing 2011
 Statistical Computing 2010

Statistical Computing 2019
June 30, 2019 – July 3, 201951th workshop of the working groups Statistical Computing (GMDS/IBSDR) and Klassifikation und Datenanalyse in den Biowissenschaften (GfKl).
The workshop "Statistical Computing" is held annually by the Working Groups "Statistical Computing" of the GMDS/IBSDR and "Biostatistics" of the GfKl. The meeting offers a forum for the discussion of methodological developments in the field of statistical computing. Special emphasis is given on applications in the life sciences, but contributions from other research areas are also very welcome.The location of the "Statistical Computing" workshops is Reisensburg Castle near Ulm (Germany), which provides onsite accommodation and food for the participants. The workshop is usually started on Sunday by a keynote talk held by an expert in the field of statistical computing. In the following days the program includes contributed talks, handson tutorials and at least one more keynote talk. The number of participants is typically around 40, which facilitates productive and enjoyable discussions.
Abstract submission deadline: 01. April 2019
We appreciate contributed presentations from the research areas "Statistical Computing" and "Computational Statistics".
Abstracts for talks or posters should be submitted by email to Hans Kestler (hans.kestler@uniulm.de) and Axel Fuerstberger (axel.fuerstberger@uniulm.de). The workshop language will be English.Confirmed speakers are
 Joachim Buhmann (Zürich): Can I believe what I see?  Information theoretic algorithm validation
 Christiane Fuchs (Bielefeld): Tackling leukemia through computational statistics
 Annika Hoyer (Düsseldorf): A bivariate timetoevent model for the metaanalysis of full ROC curves
 Nadja Klein (Berlin): A Novel SpikeandSlab Prior for Effect Selection in Distributional Regression Models
 Nikolaus Umlauf (Innsbruck): bamlss: A Lego toolbox for flexible regression models
 Tutorial: Scalable Automatic Machine Learning with H2O
Templates for abstract submissions
If you submit an abstract for a talk or a poster presentation, please use the following templates:
Former Workshops:
 Statistical Computing 2018
 Statistical Computing 2017
 Statistical Computing 2016
 Statistical Computing 2015
 Statistical Computing 2014
 Statistical Computing 2013
 Statistical Computing 2012
 Statistical Computing 2011
 Statistical Computing 2010

Statistical Computing 2018
July 8, 2018 – July 11, 201850th workshop of the working groups Statistical Computing (GMDS/IBSDR) and Klassifikation und Datenanalyse in den Biowissenschaften (GfKl).
The workshop "Statistical Computing" is held annually by the Working Groups "Statistical Computing" of the GMDS/IBSDR and "Biostatistics" of the GfKl. The meeting offers a forum for the discussion of methodological developments in the field of statistical computing. Special emphasis is given on applications in the life sciences, but contributions from other research areas are also very welcome.The location of the "Statistical Computing" workshops is Reisensburg Castle near Ulm (Germany), which provides onsite accommodation and food for the participants. The workshop is usually started on Sunday by a keynote talk held by an expert in the field of statistical computing. In the following days the program includes contributed talks, handson tutorials and at least one more keynote talk. The number of participants is typically around 40, which facilitates productive and enjoyable discussions.
Abstract submission deadline: 16.04.2018
We appreciate contributed presentations from the research areas "Statistical Computing" and "Computational Statistics".
Abstracts for talks or posters should be submitted by email to Hans Kestler (hans.kestler@uniulm.de) and Axel Fuerstberger (axel.fuerstberger@uniulm.de). The workshop language will be English.Confirmed speakers are
 Rolf Backofen (Freiburg)  Computational Genomics: Informatics Problems and Applications in Life Sciences
 Jan Beyersmann (Ulm)  Sampling and resampling complex timetoevent data: beyond standard cohort and standard bootstrap
 Jennifer Pohle (Bielefeld)  State architectures in hidden Markov models
 Maike Hohberg (Göttingen)  A bivariate copula GAMLSS to analyze poverty dimensions
In addition, there will be a special invited session on July 9, 2018:
Statistical Computing #50 – History and Development of the Workshop
Confirmed speakers for this session are Lutz Edler (Heidelberg)
 Berthold Lausen (Essex).
Statistical Computing 2018 Flyer
Templates for abstract submissions
If you submit an abstract for a talk or a poster presentation, please use the following templates:

Statistical Computing 2017
July 23, 2017 – July 25, 201749th workshop of the working groups Statistical Computing (GMDS/IBSDR) and Klassifikation und Datenanalyse in den Biowissenschaften (GfKl).
The workshop "Statistical Computing" is held annually by the Working Groups "Statistical Computing" of the GMDS/IBSDR and "Biostatistics" of the GfKl. The meeting offers a forum for the discussion of methodological developments in the field of statistical computing. Special emphasis is given on applications in the life sciences, but contributions from other research areas are also very welcome.The location of the "Statistical Computing" workshops is Reisensburg Castle near Ulm (Germany), which provides onsite accommodation and food for the participants. The workshop is usually started on Sunday by a keynote talk held by an expert in the field of statistical computing. In the following days the program includes contributed talks, handson tutorials and at least one more keynote talk. The number of participants is typically around 40, which facilitates productive and enjoyable discussions.
Abstract submission deadline: 15. April 2017
We appreciate contributed presentations from the research areas "Statistical Computing" and "Computational Statistics".
Abstracts for talks or posters should be submitted by email to Hans Kestler (hans.kestler@uniulm.de) and Axel Fuerstberger (axel.fuerstberger@uniulm.de). The workshop language will be English.Confirmed speakers are
 Helga Wagner, Linz: Sparse Bayesian Modelling
 Barbara Hammer, Bielefeld: Transfer Learning and Learning with Concept Drift
 Daniel Braun, Ulm: Optimal Statistical DecisionMaking with Limited Resources
 Heidi Seibold, Zurich: ModelBased Recursive Partitioning for Personalised Medicine
 Christian Staerk, Aachen: HighDimensional Variable Selection via LowDimensional Adaptive Learning
 Sarah Brockhaus & David Ruegamer, Munich, who will provide a handson tutorial on Boosting Functional Regression Models
Statistical Computing 2017 Flyer
Templates for abstract submissions
If you submit an abstract for a talk or a poster presentation, please use the following templates:

Statistical Computing 2016
July 17, 2016 – July 20, 201648th workshop of the working groups Statistical Computing (GMDS/IBSDR) and Klassifikation und Datenanalyse in den Biowissenschaften (GfKl).
The workshop "Statistical Computing" is held annually by the Working Groups "Statistical Computing" of the GMDS/IBSDR and "Biostatistics" of the GfKl. The meeting offers a forum for the discussion of methodological developments in the field of statistical computing. Special emphasis is given on applications in the life sciences, but contributions from other research areas are also very welcome.The location of the "Statistical Computing" workshops is Reisensburg Castle near Ulm (Germany), which provides onsite accommodation and food for the participants. The workshop is usually started on Sunday by a keynote talk held by an expert in the field of statistical computing. In the following days the program includes contributed talks, handson tutorials and at least one more keynote talk. The number of participants is typically around 40, which facilitates productive and enjoyable discussions.
Invited speakers are Eyke Hüllermeyer (Paderborn) and Peter Chronz (Göttingen)
Eyke Hüllermeier will talk about "Superset learning and data imprecisiation"
Peter Chronz will provide a handson tutorial on the Julia programming languageStatistical Computing 2016 Flyer
Templates for abstract submissions
If you want to submit an abstract for a talk or a poster presentation, please use the following templates:

Statistical Computing 2015
July 19, 2015 – July 22, 201547. Arbeitstagung der Arbeitsgruppen Statistical Computing (GMDS/IBSDR) und Klassifikation und Datenanalyse in den Biowissenschaften (GfKl).
Statistical Computing 2015 Flyer
Selected Paper will be published as a special issue of the journal "Computational Statistics" (Springer).
All submission go through the regular peer submission process. Papers should be related to the talks.
Please prepare the papers according to the instructions of the journal. Submit them electronically at http://cost.edmgr.com/ with "SI: Reisensburg 201415" as "Manuscript Type".
Hans Kestler, Bernd Bischl and Matthias Schmid will be editors of the special issue.The 48. Arbeitstagung der Arbeitsgruppen Statistical Computing 2016 is scheduled 17.07  20.07.2016
Some impressions of the conference:

Statistical Computing 2014
July 20, 2014 – July 23, 201446. Arbeitstagung der Arbeitsgruppen Statistical Computing (GMDS/IBSDR) und Klassifikation und Datenanalyse in den Biowissenschaften (GfKl).
Statistical Computing 2014 Flyer

Statistical Computing 2013
June 23, 2013 – June 26, 2013