I am a second year Ph.D. student in the Department of Statistics at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. I work in the domain of time series and spectral analysis. I am advised by Dr. Scott Bruce and Dr. Mohsen Pourahmadi.
I received a Bachelor of Science from the Department of Mathematics at the University of Texas at Austin in December 2019. After finishing my degree, I worked in the Signal and Information Sciences Laboratory at the Applied Research Laboratories located on the J.J. Pickle Research campus in Austin, Texas.
You can view my résumé here.
My research interests lie broadly in the analysis of time series data. Time series bring a wide range of statistical problems to the table due in part to the dependency structures inherent in the data. More specifically, I have interests in
Areas of application I have an interest in include insurance, finance, neuroscience, and psychiatry.
mar.sol (2021; In Progress). These are my solutions to the exercises found in A Modern Approach to Regression with R by Simon Sheather. I will gladly accept any comments or corrections to solutions I have already completed. The GitHub repository for this project is located here.
rulsif.ts (2020). Relative unconstrained least squares importance fitting for change point detection in time series data. This is an R implementation of the MATLAB code found here. The paper used as a reference for this project can be found here. The GitHub repository for this project is located here.
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