Postdoctoral Fellows

 

Antonio Martin

Antonio Herrera Martin

I am part of the astrostatistics group at the university of Toronto, and also recently part of CHIME(Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment), which I will be involve studying FRBs(Fast Radio Bursts).

Archer Gong Zhang

Archer Gong Zhang

The main theme of my current research is related to data integration and distribution shift. For example, how to make efficient inferences when we have data collected from multiple sources, where the underlying populations are interconnected and their distributions have some common latent structure. I have been working closely on inferences under a semiparametric model called the Density Ratio Model (closely related to biased sampling models, the exponential tilting model, and the proportional likelihood ratio model) and nonparametric methods (e.g., Empirical Likelihood).

Benjamin-Samuel Schlüter

My thesis focused on mortality estimation at the subnational level using Bayesian methods. I am interested in statistics, applied mathematics, R, data visualization, open science and science of science.

David Schrittesser

David Schrittesser

My research is in mathematical logic; my primary interests are descriptive set theory, as well as infinite combinatorics, forcing, definability, and inner models. I am also interested in non-standard analysis and its applications, especially in probability theory and statistical decision theory.

Gracia Dong

Gracia Dong

My current research primarily focuses on developing statistical methods to enumerate hidden vulnerable human populations, and is done in collaboration with Island Health and the Centre for Global Health Research.

Marlon Ruoso Moresco

Marlon Moresco

I'm reaseching suitable risk measures for assessing risk inherent in natural catastrophes and alternates potential approaches for calculating solvency capital requirements for insurable natural catastrophes.

Samuel Perreault

Samuel Perreault

My main projects have to do with modelling and generating hydrometric data (river flows/levels), and quantifying the association between air pollution and health. More broadly, I am interested by inference, nonparametric statistics, dependence modelling, extreme value theory, risk management and statistical learning in general.

Sofia Helena

Sofia Ruiz Suarez

My current research focuses on inference methodologies for spatio-temporal data with applications in epidemiology and environmental science.

Tianyuan Lu

Tianyuan Lu

My research focuses on developing and implementing rigorous statistical genetics and genetic epidemiology methods to improve the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of complex diseases, and translating research findings into new medical care approaches and therapies. I strive to conduct research from which all members of society can benefit.

Yaoming Zhen

Yaoming Zhen

My research interests mainly lie on tensor data analysis, netowrk data analysis, counterfactual inference, point process and their applications.

Ziteng Cheng

Ziteng Cheng

My research focus resides within the realm of stochastic processes and their practical applications. My thesis regards first exit problem of time-inhomogeneous Markov modulated processes, and statistical inferences for SPDEs. I am currently working on integrating risk aversion into mean field games, reinforcement learning and inverse reinforcement learning.