We are very pleased to announce that Professor Prabir Burman has been named among the 2021 Fellows of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS). Many congratulations to Prabir on receiving this well-deserved honor!
We are very pleased to announce that Distinguished Professor Hans-Georg Müller has been selected to deliver the 2022 Rietz Lecture, one of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS) Special Lectures (https://imstat.org/ims-special-lectures/). He will deliver the lecture at the 2022 IMS Annual Meeting in London. The Rietz Lecture is given only every three years and is one of the highest academic honors bestowed by the IMS.
Many congratulations to Hans on this truly outstanding achievement!
We are pleased to announce that our new Assistant Professor of Statistics, Jairo Fúquene Patiño, has been recognized as a 2020 CAMPOS faculty scholar by the UC Davis Center for the Advancement of Multicultural Perspectives on Science, or CAMPOS. The center focuses on building diversity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
We are very pleased to announce that Distinguished Professor Jane-Ling Wang has been named as the recipient of the prestigious Humboldt Research Award, by the Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung/Foundation. This was awarded in recognition of Jane-Ling's academic achievements.
Congratulations to our colleagues Jiming and Thomas for being among the leading scientists elected as 2019 Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. They are in a group of ten fellows from UC Davis. AAAS Fellows are honored for their invaluable contributions to science and technology.
We are pleased to announce that Professor Ethan Anderes has been selected to receive the College of Letters and Science Award for Distinguished Teaching for AY 2018-19. Congratulations Professor Anderes!
We are pleased to announce that Professor Debashis Paul has been named among the 2019 Fellows of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS). Many congratulations to Debashis on receiving this well-deserved honor!
We are very pleased to announce that Assistant Professor Hao Chen has been awarded the prestigious NSF CAREER award. Her award is titled "New Change-Point Problems in Analyzing High-Dimensional and Non-Euclidean Data".