The Classification Society is one of the premier organizations for statistical computing and cluster and classification methods. Strongly interdisciplinary, the society draws 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 clustering and classification are used in their work.
The venue for this year's meeting is the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center, 520 South Euclid Ave. Map
A block of rooms have been reserved for the evenings of June 16–18 at the Parkway Hotel with the conference being held two blocks away at Washington University School of Medicine. You may use the linked hotel registration form to reserve at the conference rate.
Contact Bill Shannon with questions 314-704-8725 or firstname.lastname@example.org