The Statistical Society hosts a number of lectures named after renowned Australian statisticians:
Knibbs Lecture - Canberra Branch
The Canberra Branch has two named lectures. The Knibbs Lecture is held late every year in the Canberra Branch, usually the final meeting of the year.
Foreman Lecture – Canberra Branch
The Foreman Lecture is held at the Australian Statistical Conference in even years and mid-year in the Canberra Branch, usually at the ABS, in odd years.
Lancaster Lecture – NSW Branch
The NSW Branch hosts the Lancaster Lecture at the beginning of the year. Some background info on Prof Lancaster: http://sydney.edu.au/science/about_us/fame_lancaster.shtml.
Belz Lecture - Vic Branch
The Vic Branch hosts the Belz lecture towards the end of each year, named for Maurice Henry Belz.
E.A. Cornish Lecture – SA Branch
The SA Branch hosts the E.A. Cornish Lecture. The EA Cornish lecture series has been named to commemorate Alf Cornish, a leading figure in the early years of the statistical profession in Adelaide.
Moran Lecture – ASC