Invited sessions
Veronica Berrocal University of California, Irvine Spatial modelling for environmental health
Marta Blangiardo Imperial College London Statistical methods to evaluate the role of environmental factors on population health
Lelys Bravo University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign  Statistical applications in ecology and fisheries
Lelys Bravo University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Statistical modelling of hydrological data
Stefano Castruccio University of Notre Dame Shrinkage, topological and distributional methods for modelling Spatio-temporal data 
Howard Chang Emory University Methods for estimating the health impacts of wildfires 
David Conesa Universitat de Valencia Challenging statistical issues in species distribution models
Rosa M. Crujeiras Universidade de Santiago de Compostela  Directional methods for environmental data analysis
Ilaria Dorigatti Imperial College London  Environmental drivers of infectious disease across spatio-temporal scales: part 1 
Robert Erhardt Wake Forest University Novel statistical approaches for studying health impacts of air pollution
Antonio Gasparrini London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine  Novel study designs, statistical methods and data technologies in environmental epidemiology 
Hsin-Cheng Huang Institute of Statistical Science, Academia Sinica  Recent advancements in spatial modelling
Raphael Huser KAUST  Spatio-temporal modelling of extreme events
Janine Illian University of Glasgow  Spatial and spatio-temporal modelling of data with complex observation processes 
Giovanna Jona Lasinio  Alessio Pollice University of Rome La Sapienza
Universita Degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro
Spatial, temporal and spatio-temporal modelling of large datasets
Petra Kuhnert CSIRO Data61  MLAI in the environmental sciences
Duncan Lee University of Glasgow  Spatial misalignment in environment and health 
Rachel Lowe London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Environmental drivers of infectious disease across spatio-temporal scales: part II
Claire Miller University of Glasgow  Spatiotemporal developments for water and network applications
Nathaniel Newlands Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Big data and artificial intelligence for climate change and sustainability problem-solving
Thomas Opitz (for the Environment Group of the French Statistical Society) SFdS Environmental modelling in the era of ecological transitions 
Monica Pirani Imperial College London Quantifying uncertainty in large-scale earth and environmental data analysis 
Monica Pirani Imperial College London  Climatic and environmental drivers of infectious disease transmission 
Alessio Pollice
Giovanna Jona Lasinio
Universita Degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro
University of Rome La Sapienza
River Network Analysis
Leticia Ramirez Ramirez CIMAT Statistics for Health Improvement
Haavard Rue KAUST  A computational toolbox for environmetrics
Sujit Sahu  University of Southampton Role of geo-spatial environmental factors determining health 
Bruno Sanso University of California Santa Cruz New modelling and computational approaches for space and space-time models
Theresa Smith University of Bath New approaches to environmental monitoring
Lola Ugarte Public University of Navarre On using satellite imagery in environmental applications: methods and software
Andrew Zammit Mangion University of Wollongong Statistics and the Cryosphere
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