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I am a lecturer (equivalent to Assistant Professor in the North American system) in the Department of Mathematics. I studied experimental cosmology (PhD from Princeton in 2010) before switching to statistics (PhD from Cornell in 2015). After postdoctoral studies at McGill (2015-16) and KU Leuven (2016-19), I joined York in September 2019.
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Director of MSc in Statistics and Computational Finance
My research interests lie in nonparametric and semiparametric multivariate dependence modelling (in particular, the copula) method, high-dimensional statistics, survival analysis and, more recently, statistical inference for neural networks.
I welcome PhD applications from those whose interests align with my specialities outlined above (in a broad sense). Possible topics include (but are not limited to) the copula and the estimating equation methods in high dimensions. Please refer to this department page for our admissions procedures and funding opportunities.