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Arne Bathke

University of Salzburg

Born in Hamburg, grew up in Northern Germany and Norway. Studied mathematics in Göttingen, spent study time abroad in Italy and the USA, doctoral degree in 2000. Afterwards, statistics professor at the University of Kentucky, where he was also inaugural director of the Applied Statistics Laboratory, a comprehensive statistics consulting facility on campus. Since 2012 statistics professor at the University of Salzburg where he has also been elected to different administrative positions (Dean since 2015). Among other initiatives, first Data Science MSc program at an Austrian university (2016) and MINT:labs (2018) where school children can experience MINT (=STEM) topics in hands-on workshops at the university. Arne Bathke’s research deals with developing and evaluating new statistical methods, and he has given numerous invited talks, lectures and workshops on five continents. On the other hand, he is also interested in the application and improvement of statistical procedures in interdisciplinary cooperations with colleagues from other fields, from medicine, biology, and ecology to education and economics, as well as in the Austrian Future Operations Platform. About half of his more than 100 publications in international journals result from such cooperation projects. Among other awards, named “Henry Clay Ambassador” by the Mayor of Lexington (Kentucky) for his civil engagement, and two university-wide awards for excellence in teaching and advising. Recently elected into the European Academy of the Sciences and the Arts. Has been President of the International Biometric Society - Region Österreich-Schweiz (IBS-ROeS), is on the board of the Austrian Statistical Association (ÖSG), Editor-in-Chief of Biometrical Journal, the flagship journal of the International Biometric Society Regions Germany, Austria-Switzerland, and Italy, on the editorial board of three other international statistics journals (International Journal of Biostatistics, Journal of the American Statistical Association, The American Statistician). Organizer of an annual Biostatistics Summer School, has organized and co-organized several meetings, workshops, and conferences.

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