The Classification Society and the Interface Society are the premier organizations for statistical computing (Interface) and cluster and classification methods (Classification Society). Both are strongly interdisciplinary and active members of the society come from computer science, mathematics, psychology, biology and medicine, genomics, biostatistics, library science, astronomy, and business, to name a few.
Our annual meetings are collegial and open to anyone with interest in learning about or telling us about how statistical computing and/or cluster and classification is used in their work.
A block of rooms have been reserved for the evenings of June 10–12 at the Parkway Hotel with the conference being held two blocks away at Washington University School of Medicine.
Contact Bill Shannon with questions 314-704-8725 or firstname.lastname@example.org