The European Young Statisticians Meetings are held every two years under the auspices of the European Regional Committee of the Bernoulli Society. More information is available in guidelines and more recent remarks for their organisation.

The idea of the meeting is to provide young researchers (less than thirty years of age or two to eight years of research experience) an introduction to the international scene within the broad subject area - from pure probability theory to applied statistics.

It is up to the members of the International Organizing Committee to ensure that, for their respective countries, an honest choice in the spirit of the above definition is made. All participants are chosen by invitation only in a uniformly distributed way (2 participants per european country). In all cases should preference be given to first time participants.

Every participant is expected to submit an abstract and a short paper for conference proceedings and to give a twenty minutes talk introducing his/her research field to a wide audience. There are no parallel sessions.


17th EYSM, 5-9 September 2011, Lisbon, Portugal
16th EYSM, 24-28 August 2009, Bucharest, Romania
15th EYSM, September 10-14 2007, Castro Urdiales, Spain
14th EYSM, 22-26 August 2005, Debrecen, Hungary
13th EYSM, 21-26 September 2003, Ovronnaz, Switzerland
12th EYSM, 4-8 September 2001, Jánska Dolina, Slovakia
11th EYSM, 24-28 August 1999, Marly-le-Roi, France
10th EYSM, 1997, Warsaw, Poland
9th EYSM, 1995, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
8th EYSM, 1993, Vilnius, Lithuania
7th EYSM, 1991, Oberwolfach, Germany
6th EYSM, 1989, Prague, Czech Republic
5th EYSM, 1987, Aarhus, Denmark
4th EYSM, 1985, Varna, Bulgaria
3rd EYSM, 1983, Leuven, Belgium
2nd EYSM, 1981, Bressanone, Italy
1st EYSM, 1978, Wiltshire, Great Britain

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