By Justin Esarey
I’m pleased to announce the schedule of speakers in the International Methods Colloquium Series for 2017-2018!
|Arthur Spirling (New York University)||October 20th|
|Roundtable on Reproducibility and a Stricter Threshold for Statistical Significance: Dan Benjamin (University of Southern California), Daniel Lakens (Eindhoven University of Technology), and E.J. Wagenmakers(University of Amsterdam)||October 27th|
|Will Hobbs (Northeastern University)||November 3rd|
|Adeline Lo (Princeton University)||November 10th|
|Olga Chyzh (Iowa State University)||November 17th|
|Pamela Ban (Harvard University)||December 1st|
|Teppei Yamamoto (Massachussetts Institute of Technology)||February 2nd|
|Clay Webb (University of Kansas)||February 16th|
|Mark Pickup (Simon Fraser University)||February 23rd|
|Erik Peterson (Dartmouth College)||March 2nd|
|Casey Crisman-Cox (Washington University in St. Louis)||March 9th|
|Erin Hartman (University of California, Los Angeles)||March 23rd|
Note that all presentations will begin at noon Eastern time and last for one hour. Additional information for each presentation (including a title and link to relevant paper) will be released closer to its date. You can preregister to attend a presentation by clicking on the link in the Google Calendar entry corresponding to the talk; the IMC’s Google Calendar is available at https://www.methods-colloquium.com/schedule. (Anyone can show up the day of the presentation without pre-registering if they wish as long as room remains; there are 500 seats available in each webinar.)
The International Methods Colloquium (IMC) is a weekly seminar series of methodology-related talks and roundtable discussions focusing on political methodology; the series is supported by Rice University and a grant from the National Science Foundation. The IMC is free to attend from anywhere around the world using a PC or Mac, a broadband internet connection, and our free software. You can find out more about the IMC at our website, http://www.methods-colloquium.com/, where you can register for any of these talks and/or join a talk in progress using the “Watch Now!” link. You can also watch archived talks from previous IMC seasons at this site.