Società Italiana di Statistica Italian Statistical Society SIS

The executive committee

  • President: Marcello Chiodi, University of Palermo
  • General Secretary: Elena Ambrosetti, Sapienza University of Rome
  • Treasurer: Antonio Irpino, University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli"
  • Councillors: Serena Arima (University of Salento); Andrea Ciccarelli (University of Teramo); Mariaclelia Stefania Di Serio (Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Milan); Michele Gallo (University of Naples “L’Orientale”); Leonardo Grilli (University of Florence); Pier Francesco Perri (University of Calabria); Saverio Ranciati (University of Bologna); Susanna Zaccarin (University of Trieste)

About the Society

SIS is a non-profit scientific society, established in 1939 as a moral entity and currently included among the institutions of particular scientific relevance. The main purpose of the Italian Statistical Society (SIS), expressed in the statute, is to promote the scientific activity for the development of statistical sciences and of their applications and the dissemination of statistical culture among other subject matter experts, researchers and citizens.

The Society carries out this task, assigned to it by the Statute, through the organization of scientific meetings and conferences, publications, collaborations with similar bodies at national and international level. The Society since its foundation has grown in step with the rapid spread of quantitative methods of data analysis in all areas of scientific research and social life.

The Italian Statistical Society is among the founding members of the Federation of European National Statistical Societies (FENStatS).

News from the Society

Società Italiana di Statistica
piazza Manfredo Fanti 30, 00185 Rome 
Tel: +39 066869845
e-mail: sis@sis-statistica.it

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