The department of statistics takes great pride in the teaching and research accomplishments of its faculty. Many have been the recipients of prestigious awards and are recognized internationally in their fields; are engaged in ground-breaking research at the forefront of diverse fields of science; serve as editors of prestigious peer-reviewed scientific journals; and have authored books in areas such as linear models and regression, time series analysis, statistical theory, and stochastic processes which have become standard texts in statistics courses throughout the world.

Faculty:
Thomas J. Boardman, Professor, Ph.D., Rutgers, 1968.
Fellow, ASA, ASQC; Member, ISI; Member, Board of Directors, ASA; Past president, WNAR of the Biometric Society. Quality improvement and statistical thinking, statistical graphics and computing, consulting, statistical methodology in biological research. boardman@stat.colostate.edu

Duane C. Boes, Professor Emeritus; Ph.D., Purdue, 1963.
Member, ISI. Stochastic modeling and time series analysis of geophysical phenomena, statistical inference, reservoir and storage theory. boes@stat.colostate.edu

David C. Bowden, Professor; Director and Lecturer, Statistical Workshops for Wildlife and Fishery Biologists; Ph.D., Colorado State, 1968.  
Simultaneous inference in linear models, finite population sampling theory and applications, statistical theory in biometry. bowden@stat.colostate.edu

F. Jay Breidt, Professor and Assoc. Chair; Ph.D., Colorado State, 1991.   
Member, IMS, ASA, Intl. Assoc. of Survey Statisticians. Time series analysis, statistical inference in finite population sampling, natural resources monitoring. jbreidt@stat.colostate.edu

Peter J. Brockwell, Professor; Ph.D., Australian National Univ., 1967.
Fellow, IMS; Fellow, ASA; Member, ISI; Associate Editor, Journal of Time Series Analysis; Associate Editor, Japanese Journal of Statistics. Stochastic processes and applications, time series analysis , financial mathematics, inference for stochastic processes.  pjbrock@stat.colostate.edu

Ronald W. Butler, Professor; Ph.D., Michigan, 1977.
Member, IMS, Royal Statistical Society, Statistical Society of Canada. Saddlepoint approximations, transform methods, stochastic systems, survival and reliability analysis, bootstrap, queueing theory, and electrical engineering applications. butler@stat.colostate.edu

Phillip L. Chapman, Associate Professor and Experiment Station Statistician; Ph.D., Minnesota, 1985.
Bootstrap and resampling methods, applied linear modeling, statistics in agriculture, biological and environmental sciences, statistical consulting. chapman@stat.colostate.edu

Richard A. Davis, Professor and Chair; Ph.D., California, San Diego, 1979.
Fellow, IMS, ASA; Member, ISI; Statistics editor, Proceedings of the American Mathematics Society; co-director of PRIMES; Steering Committee for Financial Mathematics, EURANDOM; co-organizer of NBER/NSF Workshops in Time Series. Extreme values, stochastic processes, time series. rdavis@stat.colostate.edu

Geof H. Givens, Associate Professor; Ph.D., Washington, 1993.
Member, ASA. Bayesian methods, statistical computing, face recognition algorithms; bowhead whales and marine mammal population dynamics.   geof@stat.colostate.edu

Franklin A. Graybill, Professor Emeritus; Ph.D., Iowa State, 1952.
Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, ASA, IMS; Past Member, National Research Council; Past President, WNAR of the Biometric Society and ASA. Design of experiments, linear models, variance components. fgraybill@aol.com

Jan Hannig, Assistant Professor; Ph.D, Michigan State, 2000.
Member, IMS, Bernoulli Society. Probability, theory of stochastic processes, stochastic analysis, small ball probabilities, Gaussian processes, Levy processes and nonparametric statistics. hannig@stat.colostate.edu

Jennifer A. Hoeting, Associate Professor; Ph.D., Washington, 1994.
Member, ASA, Intl. Soc. for Bayesian Analysis; Associate Editor, Journal of the American Statistical Association. Bayesian methods, model selection and model uncertainty, spatial statistics, statistical methdology for environmental problems. jah@stat.colostate.edu

Hari K. Iyer, Professor; Ph.D. (Mathematics), Notre Dame, 1975; Ph.D. (Statistics), Colorado State, 1980.
Member, ASA. Linear models, variance components, experimental design, permutation methods, pharmaceutical statistics, environmental statistics, microarrays, bioinformatics. hari@stat.colostate.edu

Thomas C. M. Lee, Associate Professor; Ph.D., Macquarie, 1997.
Member, ASA, IEEE, IMS, Statistical Society of Australia, Intl. Chinese Statistical Assoc. Computer intensive statistical methods, image and signal processing, nonparametric curve and density estimation, model construction and selection. tlee@stat.colostate.edu

Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Professor Emeritus; Ph.D., Minnesota, 1963.
Editorial Board, Environmental and Ecological Statistics; Associate Editor, Journal of Applied Meteorology; Assistant Editor, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference; Fellow, ASA. Permutation inference procedures, nonparametric techniques, parametric approximations, simulation investigations, quantal assay methods, weather modification studies, climate predictions.  mielke@stat.colostate.edu

Elmer E. Remmenga, Professor Emeritus; Ph.D., Purdue, 1955.
Past President, Mu Sigma Rho. Experimental design and analysis of experiments; statistical methods applied to biological studies. remmenga@stat.colostate.edu

Louis Scharf, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Statistics; Ph.D., Washington (Seattle), 1969.
Fellow, IEEE; Member, IEEE Technical Committee on Theory and Methods in Multichannel Signal Processing. Statistical signal processing for wireless communication, instrumentation, radar, and sonar. scharf@engr.colostate.edu

Mohammed M. Siddiqui, Professor Emeritus; Ph.D., North Carolina, 1957.
Fellow, ASA. Time series analysis, robust estimation, stochastic processes, extreme values, order statistics, distribution theory, applications of probability theory to hydrology, atmospheric sciences demography, clinical trials, radio propagation. siddiqui@stat.colostate.edu

J. N. Srivastava, Professor; Ph.D., North Carolina, 1962.
Fellow, ASA, IMS, ISI, Third World of Academy of Science; Member, IMS Committee on Math Tables; Editorial Board, Comm. Stat., J. Mult. Anal., J. Comb. Inf. and Systems Sci., Adv. in Management Sci., J. Information and Optimization Sci., J. Ind. Soc. Agr. Stat., Founder and Editor-in-Chief, J. Stat. Planning and Inference; Director, Visiting Lecturer Program of ASA-IMS; President, Forum for Interdisciplinary Math; President, Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics. Design of experiments, multivariate analysis, combinatorial mathematics, foundation of statistics, linear models, sampling, reliability, mathematical logic, philosophy. jsrivas@stat.colostate.edu

N. Scott Urquhart, Professor; PhD, Colorado State University, 1965.
Program Director, Space-Time Aquatic Re sources Modeling and Analysis Program (STARMAP). Fellow, ASA; Past president, WNAR of the Biometric Society. Environmental statistics, ecological sampling, linear models, generally and in the finite population context, statistical consulting, development of ecological indicators. nsu@stat.colostate.edu

Haonan Wang, Assistant Professor; PhD, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, 2003.
Member, ASA, IMS. Functional data analysis and application; multivariate analysis; statistical methodology on populations of trees. wanghn@stat.colostate.edu

Fang Yao, Assistant Professor; PhD, University of California - Davis, 2003.
Member, ASA, IMS. Functional data analysis, nonparametric curve estimation, survival analysis, longitudinal data analysis, modeling sparse data; modeling medical, epidemiological and microarray data. fyao@stat.colostate.edu

James R. zumBrunnen, Associate Director, Franklin A. Graybill Statistical Laboratory and Center for Applied Statistical Expertise (CASE). M.S., Montana State, 1968; Iowa State, 1975.
General statistical consulting; use of statistical computer programs and the interpretation of results; statistical computing. zumbrunnen@stat.colostate.edu

Instructors:
Rick Gumina, Instructor, MS Colorado State University 1998, Statistics Education
Resampling techniques in process control, advances in educational testing and measurement theory, advances in technology as applied to learning, retention, and classroom delivery. gumina@stat.colostate.edu

Courtney Sykes, Instructor, MS candidate Colorado State University, BS Salisbury University 1997, Mathematics.
Image Processing. sykes@stat.colostate.edu


Faculty Affiliates:
Biggerstaff, Brad J,
CDC Foothills Campus, Fort Collins, CO 80523 (970-221-6473)

Burnham, Kenneth P
U.S Fish & Wildlife Service, 201 JVK Wagar Bldg. CSU (970-491-5396)

Shean-Tsong Chiu
807 Rocky Mountain Way, Fort Collins CO 80526
970-223-3272
chiu@stat.colostate.edu


Engeman, Richard M
National Wildlife Research Center, 4101 LaPorte Av, Fort Collins, CO 80521 (970-266-6091)
richard.m.engeman@aphis.usda.gov
McDonald, Lyman
WEST, Inc., 2003 Central Avenue, Cheyenne, WY 82001 (307-634-0156) lymanmcd@uswest.net

Nychka, Douglas W
Climate/Global Dynamics Div, NCAR, Boulder, CO 80307 (303-497-1711) nychka@ucar.edu

Resnick, Sidney I
Dept. OR&IE, Cornel Univ, ET&C Bldg, Ithaca NY 14853 (607-265-2410) sid@orie.cornell.edu

Richardson, Gary
216 Statistics, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO 80523-1877, (970-491-6682) Contact Information grich@stat.colostate.edu

Troutman, Brent M
USGS, Box 25046/MS418, Denver Fed Center, Denver CO 80225 (970-236-5038)

Vecchia, Aldo (Skip)
USGS, 821 E Interstate Ave, Bismarck, ND 58501 (701-250-4641) <avecchia@usgs.gov
Wang, Jack C. Ming
NIST, 325 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80303 (303-497-3843)

 

 


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