Henry Scharf

PhD Candidate

Statistics Department
Colorado State University
Statistics Building
Department of Statistics
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523
E: henry.scharf AT colostate.edu
CV: Updated September 2017


Publications Scharf, H. R., M. B. Hooten, D. S. Johnson, J. W. Durban (In review). Process convolution approachs for modeling interacting trajectories. https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.02112.

Scharf, H. R., M. B. Hooten, D. S. Johnson (In press). Imputation approaches for animal movement modeling. Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics.

Hefley, T. J., K. M. Broms, B. M. Brost, F. E. Buderman, S. L. Kay, H. R. Scharf, J. R. Tipton, P. J. Williams, and M. B. Hooten. (2017). The basis function approach to modeling autocorrelation in ecological data. Ecology. Associated Shiny Web Application.

Scharf, H. R., M. B. Hooten, B. K. Fosdick, D. S. Johnson, J. M. London, and J. W. Durban. (2016). Dynamic social networks based on movement. Annals of Applied Statistics. 10(4), 2182--2202.


Teaching Spring 2015Spring 2013

Bio I have a bachelors degree in Math and Physics, as well as a Masters in Education from the University of Arizona. I am currently pursuing a PhD in Statistics at Colorado State University. Outside of academia, I have a variety of interests, some of which are to be expected for a resident of Fort Collins (hiking, climbing, fly fishing, biking), and some of which are less common (sewing, printing, gardening, cooking).

Animal Movement

Movement of killer whales near the Antarctic peninsula.

Scharf, H. R., M. B. Hooten, B. K. Fosdick, D. S. Johnson, J. M. London, and J. W. Durban. (2016). Dynamic social networks based on movement. Annals of Applied Statistics. 10(4), 2182--2202.


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