Presentations and Authors

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PLENARY SESSION - 28 June, h. 10.00-11.15, room 018

Emerging challenges in official statistics: new sources, methods and skills
Giorgio Alleva

SOL. 2 - Social research and data science: methods and applications - 28th June, h. 11.15-12.30, room 006

Internet of Things and Internet of Emotions: what you can do with Big Data without the survey?
Furio Camillo, Valentina Adorno

POSTER SPEED-TALK SESSION - 28th June, h. 14.30-15.30, room 018

Impact of therapeutic education on quality life of diabetic patients
Chaib Asmae, Karima Halim, Mohammed El Amine Ragala, Btissame Zarrouq, Badiaa Lyoussi
A latent space model for multidimensinoal networks
Silvia D'Angelo, Marco Alfò, Thomas Brendan Murphy

CON. 5 - General latent variable modelling - 28th June, h. 14.30-15.30, room 001

Dynamic random coefficient based drop-out models for longitudinal responses
Maria Francesca Marino, Marco Alfò

SPE. 1 - Computational methods for high-dimensional and complex data sets - 28th June, h. 15.30-17.00, room 004

Robust Statistical Methods for identifying gene Signature of Metastasis in HSCC
Antonino Abbruzzo

SPE. 3 - Big data analytics in banking and finance - 28th June, h. 15.30-17.00, room 013

Measuring contagion risk in international banking
Alessandro Spelta, Paolo Giudici, Stefan Avdjiev

SPE. 6 - "Millennials" mobility patterns - 28th June, h. 17.30-19.00, room 007

From high school to second level degree: a multi-state model to analyze the Southern University mobility in Italy
Marco Enea, Massimo Attanasio

SPE.7 -Use of administrative databases for performance assessment in social contexts-28th June,h.17.30-19.00, room 013

School principals leadership styles and students achievement: empirical results from a three-step Latent Class Analysis
Tommaso Agasisti, Alex J. Bowers, Mara Soncin

SPE. 12 - Tensor-based methods for data science - 29th June, h. 9.00-10.30, room 001

A fast algorithm for the canonical polyadic decomposition of large tensors
Rémi André, Xavier Luciani, Eric Moreau

SPE. 13 - Functional data with complex dependencies - 29th June, h. 14.00-15.30, room 004

Quasi-Maximum Likelihood Estimators For Functional Spatial Autoregressive Models
Mohamed-Salem Ahmed, Laurence Broze, Sophie Dabo-Niang, Zied Gharbi

SPE. 14 - S2G Combining big data with sample surveys - 29th June, h. 14.00-15.30, room 007

On the use of Google Trend data as covariates in nowcasting: Sampling and modeling issues
Maria Simona Andreano, Roberto Benedetti, Paolo Postiglione, Giovanni Savio

CON. 7 - Statistics for social sciences - 29th June, h. 16.45-17.45, room 006

How green advertising can impact on gender different approach towards sustainability
Margaret Antonicelli, Vito Flavio Covella

CON. 8 - Statistical methods for socio-economic analysis - 29th June, h. 16.45-17.45, room 007

A spatial decomposition of the change in urban poverty concentration
Francesco Andreoli, Mauro Mussini

CON. 9 - Advances in semi- and non-parametric modeling - 29th June, h. 16.45-17.45, room 013

A Bayesian semiparametric model for terrorist networks
Emanuele Aliverti

CON. 11 - Educational statistics and measurement - 29th June, h. 16.45-17.45, room 001

Poverty measures to analyse the educational inequality in the OECD Countries
Tommaso Agasisti, Sergio Longobardi, Felice Russo

SOL. 7 - Statistical learning for complex data - 30th June, h. 9.00-10.15, room 004

Stratified data: a permutation approach for hypotheses testing
Rosa Arboretti, Eleonora Carrozzo, Luigi Salmaso

SOL. 8 - Massive datasets in astrostatistics: theory & methods - 30th June, h. 9.00-10.15, room 006

The raising of astrostatistics
Stefano Andreon

SOL. 11 - Advanced space-time models & functional analysis for seismic monitoring - 30th June, h. 9.00-10.15, room 001

Detection of spatio-temporal local structure on seismic data
Marianna Siino, Francisco J. Rodríguez-Cortés, Jorge Mateu, Giada Adelfio

CON. 12 - Text mining, opinion and sentiment analysis - 30th June, h. 11.30-12.30, room 004

Crowd and minorities: Is it possible to listen to both? Monitoring rare sentiment and opinion categories about Expo Milano 2015
Marika Arena, Anna Calissano, Simone Vantini

CON. 13 -Statistics for economics & quantitative risk management for banking&finance -30th June, h.11.30-12.30,room 006

Determination of basis risk multiplier of a borrower default using survival analysis
Alexander Agapitov, Irina Lackaman, Zoya Maksmenko
Using administrative data for statistical modeling: an application to tax evasion
Maria Felice Arezzo, Giuseppina Guagnano

CON. 14 - Statistical modeling and analysis for complex data problems - 30th June, h. 11.30-12.30, room 007

A clustering algorithm for multivariate big data with correlated components
Giacomo Aletti, Alessandra Micheletti
How to read sustainability reporting through variation’s analysis based on GPI: a comparative econometric approach
Margaret Antonicelli, Vito Flavio Covella

CON. 15 - Estimation and inference for complex models - 30th June, h. 11.30-12.30, room 013

Accounting for measurement error in small area models: a study on generosity
Silvia Polettini, Serena Arima

SPE. 19 - Methods & applications for the treatment of BigData in strategic fields - 30th June, h. 14.15-15.45, room 001

Methods and applications for the treatment of Big Data in strategic fields
Antonino Mazzeo, Flora Amato

GRASPA 2019 is organised with the support of "Dipartimento di Economia",  University "G. d'Annnunzio", Chieti-Pescara