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Welcome to ASAIP

The Astrostatistics and Astroinformatics Portal (http://asaip.psu.edu) is a new Web site serving the cross-disciplinary communities of astronomers, statisticians and computer scientists. It is intended to foster research into advanced methodologies for astronomical research, and to promulgate such methods into the broader astronomy community. The WWW public is welcome to read materials in ASAIP. Use the navigation bar above, or the search box at the upper right, to find material throughout the ASAIP Web site.

 

The ASAIP provides searchable abstracts to Recent Papers in the field, several discussion Forums, various resources for researchers, brief Articles by experts, lists of Meetings, and access to various Web resources such as on-line courses, books, jobs and blogs. The site will be used for public outreach by five organizations: International Astrostatistics Association (IAA, to be affiliated with the International Statistical Institute),  American Astronomical Society Working Group in Astroinformatics and Astrostatistics (AAS/WGAA), International Astronomical Union Working Group in Astrostatistics and Astroinformatics (IAU/WGAA), Information and Statistical Sciences Consortium of the planned Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST/ISSC), and the American Statistical Association Interest Group in Astrostatistics (ASA/IGA).

Join the ASAIP! Members of ASAIP -- researchers and students in astronomy, statistics, computer science and related fields -- can contribute to the discussion Forums, submit Recent Papers, Research Group links, and announcements of Meetings.  Members login using the box at the upper right; typical login names have the form `jsmith'.  To become a member, please .

ASAIP has been edited by Eric Feigelson (Penn State University) and the late Joseph Hilbe (Arizona State University) who passed away in early-2017.  ASAIP is hosted by the Eberly College of Science of the Pennsylvania State University.  No guarantee is given for the validity or usefulness of information or advice provided on ASAIP.


ASAIP Editor's Blog: August 2017

Earlier ASAIP Editors' Blogs

Notice: The University of Cambridge announced that the Adams Prize for 2017-18, one of its oldest and most prestigious prizes, will be for achievements in the field of The Mathematics of Astronomy and Cosmology.  It is restricted to UK researchers under the age of 40.