Statistical Learning Seminars


Online seminar series on statistical learning and related topics

One World

The effects of CoViD-19 pervades through research communities across the globe, causing cancelled conferences, post-poned research visits, and suspended projects. Like many others, we have sought other opportunities for collaboration in spite of the current state of affairs and have therefore organized this online seminar series in statistical learning.


We are going to use zoom. The seminar will be 1 hour long, with 45 minutes allocated to the presentation itself and 15 minutes to discussions afterwards.

Here are some ground rules for these seminars:

Zoom link


The seminar is held on a weekly basis on fridays and will run at least until June 12. Each seminar starts at 16:30 CEST.

Link to calendar event

Upcoming talk

Friday, June 5, 16:30 CEST

Friday, June 12, 16:30 CEST

Previous talks

Date Speaker Title Resources
May 29 Wojchiech Rejchel Fast and robust procedures in high-dimensional variable selection presentation, slides, paper
May 22 Jaroslaw Harezlak Brain Connectivity-Informed Adaptive Regularization for Generalized Outcomes presentation, slides
May 22 Jaroslaw Harezlak Wearable Devices - Statistical Learning to the Rescue presentation, slides
May 8 Johan Larsson The strong screening rule for SLOPE presentation, slides, paper
May 8 Patrick Tardivel Screening rules for the lasso presentation


Recordings of the talks on this seminar are hosted at


This seminar series is organized by The Department of Mathematics, Wrocław University and The Department of Statistics, Lund University.

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