Ph.D. Students by Year of Graduation
- Hengfang Wang, current student.
- Zhenzhong Wang, current student.
- Xin Zhang, current student.
- Xinyue Chang, current student.
Dissertation: "Multivariate Stratification Methods to Accommodate Multiple Estimation
- Stephanie Zimmer, 2018 (joint with S. Nusser and J. K.
Kim) Research Statistician,
Dissertation: "Topics in sparse functional data analysis."
- Weicheng Zhu, 2018. (joint with Y. Li)
Applied Scientist, Amazon.
Dissertation: "Topics in generalized linear mixed models and spatial subgroup analysis"
- Xin Wang, 2018. (joint with V. Roy)
Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, Miami University.
Dissertation: "Topics in Bootstrap methods for survey sampling and spatially balanced design."
- Zhonglei Wang, 2018. (joint with J.K. Kim)
Assistant Professor, Xiamen University.
Dissertation: "Contributions to modeling spatially indexed functional data using a
reproducing kernel Hilbert space framework."
- Dan Fortin, 2015. (joint with P. Caragea)
Statistical Scientist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Dissertation: "Fractional Imputation
Methods in Missing Data Analysis and Nonstationary Spatial Modeling."
- Shu Yang, 2014. (joint with J. K. Kim and A. Roitershtein)
Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, North Carolina State University.
Dissertation: "Hotspot Detection and
a Nonstationary Process Variance Function Estimation."
- Eunice Kim, 2013. Data Scientist, Microsoft.
Dissertation: "Non-parametric and
Semi-parametric Estimation of Spatial Covariance
- Yang Li,
2013. Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and
Statistics, University of Minnesota Duluth
Dissertation: "Asymptotic Theory for
Inference in Non-linear
- Evangelos Evangelou,
(Joint with R. L. Smith) Lecturer in Statistics
(equivalent to tenure-track assistant professor in US), Department of
Mathematical Science, University of Bath, United Kingdom.
Inferences for Correlated Observations: Prediction, Estimation and
- Xuanyao He,
2009. (Joint with R. L. Smith) Senior Research Scientist at Eli Lilly and Company.
Dissertation: "Functional Singular
Value Decomposition and MultiResolution Anomaly Detection."
- Lingsong Zhang,
(Joint with J. S. Marron and H. Shen) Associate
Professor, Department of Statistics, Purdue