Department of Statistics, Colorado State University Current PhD Students
  • Bingying Dai
  • Zifeng Zhang (Joint with Haonan Wang)
  • Austin Ellingworth
  • Wenqin Du (Joint with Bailey Fosdik)
Former PhD Students
  • Youngseok Song (2021).
    • Dissertation: Some topics in high-dimensional robust inference and graphical modeling
    • First position: Collaborateur Scientifique (Post Doc), École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Lyuou Zhang (2020; Joint with Haonan Wang).
    • Dissertation: Non-asymptotic properties of spectral decomposition of large Gram-type matrices with applications to high-dimensional inference
    • First position: Assistant Professor, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, Shanghai, China
  • Meng Cao (2020; Joint with F. Jay Breidt).
    • Disseration: Statistical modeling and inference for complex-structured count data with applications in genomics and social science
    • First position: Biostatistician, Novartis, NJ
  • Lulu Wang (2016; Joint with Jennifer Hoeting).
    • Disseration: Some topics in model-based clustering
    • First position: Manager and biostatistician, Gilead Sciences, CA

Previous Teaching, Iowa State University
  • Program of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
    • Guest lecture of: BCB 570 - Computational Functional Genomics and System Biology. Spring 2013
      • Lecture Notes on modeling spatial-temporal processes in biology and chemotaxis processes.
  • Department of Statistics
    • STAT 305: Engineering Statistics. Fall 2013
    • STAT 330: Probability and Statistics for Computer Science. Spring 2011, Summer 2011.
    • STAT 402: Statistical Design and Analysis of Experiments (Teaching Assistant). Fall 2012 and Spring 2013
    • STAT 642: Advanced Probability Theory (Teaching Assistant). Fall 2011
    • STAT 643: Advacned Theory of Statistical Inference (Teaching Assistant). Spring 2012
  • Department of Mathematics
    • MATH 165 - Calculus I, MATH 166 - Calculus II, MATH 265 - Calculus III, MATH 266 - Elementary Differential Equations
    • MATH 140 - College Algebra, MATH 181 - Calculus and Mathematical Modeling for the Life Sciences
    • MATH 151 - Calculus for Business and Social Sciences
    • MATH 160 - Survey in Calculus
    • MATH 267 - Elementary Differential Equations and Laplace Transform
    • MATH 307 - Matrices and Linear Algebra, etc.