We are thrilled to welcoming you ein Erlangen again! Our 3-week school aims to introduce graduate students to a range of analytical methods that are foundational to or at the cutting edge of paleobiological research. Topics, taught by rotating expert instructors, will include probability theory, maximum likelihood and Bayesian methods, resampling techniques, correlation and regression, multivariate statistics, methods of measuring biodiversity, morphometrics, phylogenetic methods, spatial and time-series analyses and other related topics. The school will also provide practical hands-on training in statistical programming and data analysis and visualization in R.
The school will take place from August 21 to September 8, 2023.
There is no registration fee.
↪ The call is closed! (the applications currently are in review by a committee of experts – decisions will be announced approx. mid of April)
- Within our project guidelines we will be able to cover the costs for your accommodation. A block of rooms is already reserved in a hotel in Erlangen. Due to several mails regarding food & travel – as stated, we can only cover the accommodation and no further costs.
- Applicants to be invited will be selected by a team of professionals based on their application (apply).
- All participants, including lecturers, are expected to sign our ↪ code of conduct
The Organizing Committee (Wolfgang Kiessling, Adam Kocsis, Rachel Warnock, Barbara Seuss, Cristina Krause)
More information on the Analytical Paleobiology School:
About us. Organizing Committee. Participants. Instructors. Apply. Working Materials
Questions? email Barbara Seuss (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org).