Statistics PhD Student
420 Cockins Hall
1958 Neil Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210
- MS, Brigham Young University (2018)
My research is focused on developing modern statistical methods for prediction, inference, and uncertainty quantification. I’m particularly interested in semi-parametric modeling, exact inference, dynamic modeling, functional regression, computational efficiency, and the development of Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. I enjoy application-oriented research in a variety of areas, including exercise, speech and language, zoology, atmospheric science, and emulation of computer experiments.