Department of Mathematics
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I joined the Department of Mathematics at University of York in March 2013 and was promoted to professor in January 2018.
Prior to that I worked as a Research Fellow and Senior Research Fellow at Monash University in Australia (2011-2013) and a Research Associate at University of Adelaide in Australia (2008-2010). More details can be found in my personal website here.
My main research areas include:
In particular, I am interested in the development of general econometric and statistical models, design of flexible inferential methods, and justification of the models and methods via large sample analysis and numerical studies.
My research works have been supported by Leverhulme Research Fellowship, British Academy/Leverhulme Small Grant, Australian Research Council Discovery Project and Discovery Early Career Researcher Award and Heilbronn Institute Small Grant.
I am the Associate Editor of Econometric Theory, Journal of Time Series Analysis, and Econometrics and Statistics.
Statistics and Probability Research Group
I am happy to supervise PhD students on the following topics: