Department of Statistics
Colorado State University
College of Natural Sciences Professor Laureate, 2017-2019
I am a professor in the
at Colorado State University. My research is primarily in the area of extreme value
analysis, particularly in describing and modeling tail dependence. Much of my work is
motivated by problems describing risk from extreme weather events, and I have collaborated
with scientists from the National Center for Atmospheric Research and Lawrence Berkeley
I regularly collaborate with the
Project at NCAR.
When not statistics-ing, I like to bicycle, hike, swim, ski (alpine and telemark), camp, and generally be outdoors.
updated June 2017