About CSML

Princeton University established the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning (CSML) in July 2014 to serve as the primary organization on campus for education and research activities in statistics, machine learning, and the data sciences.

CSML will be an interdisciplinary group with research focused around methodological challenges at the intersection of these fields. CSML will also be deeply connected to real-world application areas, such as in astrophysics, economics, finance, genomics, neuroscience, political science, public policy, and sociology.

Princeton University has a rich and influential history in statistics and machine learning, with individuals such as Samuel Wilks, John Tukey, William Feller, Alonzo Church, Alan Turing, and John Von Neumann having played key roles in pioneering the use of statistics, probabilistic models, and computers to solve real world problems. Based on a foundation formed by Samuel Wilks, the Department of Statistics existed at Princeton University during 1965-1985, with John Tukey being its inaugural chair.  Princeton has educated many highly influential leaders in statistics.

CSML is excited to be reviving an official statistics organization at Princeton and to be doing so in conjunction with machine learning.  We will be taking a forward-looking approach to these fields and the many exciting activities involving modern data.  

We are currently in the process of planning CSML, so please check back often for updates.

Saturday, Aug 15, 2015
CSML Director John Storey was presented with the COPSS Presidents' Award at the Joint Statistical Meetings in Seattle on August 12, 2015.
Monday, Aug 10, 2015
The Princeton University Office of the Dean for Research recently interviewed Professor Jonathan Pillow about his research on the applications of statistics and machine learning to neuroscience.
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
John Storey, Director of CSML, has been awarded the 2015 Mortimer Spiegelman Award.
Wednesday, Feb 18, 2015
The Institute of Mathematical Statistics has selected Han Liu as the winner of this year’s Tweedie New Researcher Award.  Prof.


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