History

The Graybill Conference has been hosted annually by the Department of Statistics at Colorado State University. Dr. Franklin A. Graybill came to Colorado in 1960 and was involved in the development of the statistics program, first as part of mathematics and then in its own department. He founded the Graybill Statistical Laboratory in 1961, which recently celebrated its 50th year in operation. The previous Graybill Conferences are:

1. 2001 – Linear Models

2. 2003 – Microarrays, Bioinformatics and Related Topics

3. 2004 – Spatial Statistics: Agricultural, Ecological and Environmental Applications

4. 2005 – Statistics in Information Technology

5. 2006 – Multiscale Methods and Statistics: A Productive Marriage

6. 2007 – Applied Probability Symposium

7. 2008 – Biopharmaceutical Statistics

8. 2009 – Extreme Value Analysis

9. 2011 – Modern Nonparametric Methods

10. 2012 – WNAR / Graybill Conference

11. 2013 – Modern Survey Statistics

12. 2014 – Modern Statistical Methods for Ecology

13, 2015 – Joint ICSA/Graybill Conference