Computational Numerical Statistics is a course that intends to acquaint the students with the computational aspects of several state of the art statistical methods. Some of the methods might already be familiar to the students and other, being more advanced, might be new to most of the students. It is particularly important that the students have some background in probability and statistics so that they manage through the basics with ease and are able to make their way through the more advanced stuff. This course is therefore not recommended for students that haven't yet had a first course on this topic.

More detailed information about the course syllabus and other are available at the course page in CLIP. Please do pay special attention to the evaluation rules as they are somewhat different than what happened last year.