Koushiki Bose,
"Robust Dependence-Adjusted Methods for High Dimensional Data",
Princeton University, May, 2018. First Position: Prudential Financial |
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Junwei Lu,
" Combinatorial Inference for Large-Scale Data Analysis",
Princeton University, June, 2018. First Position: Harvard University |
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Ziwei Zhu,
"Distributed and Robust Statistical Learning",
Princeton University, May, 2018. First Position: University of Michigan |
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Yuyan Wang,
"Robust High-Dimensional Regression and Factor Models",
Princeton University, June, 2016. First Position: Uber |
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Weichen Wang,
"High-dimensional covariance learning",
Princeton University, June, 2016. First Position: Two Sigma |
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Alexander Furger,
"High-frequency Asset Factor Models: Applications to Covariance Matrix
Estimation and Risk Management",
Princeton University, May, 2015. First Position: Trade Logic Developer at Transmarket Group |
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Lucy Xia,
"Statistical Methods for Complex Datasets",
Princeton University, May, 2015. First Position: Stanford University, University of Virgina |
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Jiawei Yao,
"Factor Models: Testing and Forecasting",
Princeton University, November, 2014. First Position: Citadel |
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Wei Dai,
"Statistical Methods in Finance",
Princeton University, May, 2014. First Position:Dimensional Fund Advisors |
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Tracy Zheng Ke,
"Inference on Large-scale Structures",
Princeton University, May, 2014. First Position:University of Chicago |
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Martina Mincheva,
"High-Dimensional Covariance Matrix Estimation and Financial Applications",
Princeton University, May, 2014. First Position:Temple University |
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Chintan Mehta,
"Rank-based Inference for Independent Component Analysis",
Princeton University, May, 2014. First Position:Yale University |
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Xiaofeng Shi,
"Large Portfolios' Risks and High-Dimensional Factor Models",
Princeton University, May, 2014. First Position:Temasek Holdings |
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Ahmet Emre Barut,
"Variable selection and prediction in high dimensional problems",
Princeton University, June, 2013. Current Institution:George Washington University |
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Xin Tong,
"Learning with asymmetry, high dimension and social networks'',
Princeton University, June, 2012. Current Institution: University of Southern California |
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Weijie Gu,
"Estimating False Discovery Proportion Under Covariance Dependence'',
Princeton University, June, 2012. Current Institution: Morgan Stanley |
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Lei Qi,
"Essays on the estimation of time series models",
Princeton University, May, 2011. Current Institution: Hedge Fund |
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Jelena Bradic,
"Sparse estimation and oracle properties of regularized regression with non-polynomial
dimensional covariates'',
Princeton University, May, 2011. Current Institution: University of California at San Diego |
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Yang Feng,
``High-dimensional Learning and Nonparametric Modeling'',
Princeton University, May, 2010. Current Institution: Columbia University |
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Ke Yu,``High-frequency
data based asset allocation and dynamic covariance matrix modeling'',
Princeton University, May, 2010. Current Institution: J.P. Morgan |
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Ying Lu, ``Advance in Statistics Theory and Methods for Social
Sciences'', June, 2009, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Current Institution: New York University |
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Jingjin Zhang,
``Asset Allocation with Gross Exposure Constraints and Factor Selection",
Princeton University, May, 2009. Current Institution: Barclay Capital |
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Yue Niu, "Validation Tests and Estimation
of GenewiseVariance for Microarray Data", Princeton University, January, 2009. Current Institution: University of Arizona |
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Clifford Lam, "Wai-Fung
(Clifford) Lam, "High-dimensional profile likelihood inference and covariance matrices estimation", Princeton University, May, 2008. Current Institution: London School of Economics and Political Sci. |
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Jinchi Lv, "High-dimensional variable
selection and covariance matrix estimation", Princeton University, May, 2007. Current Institution: University of Southern California |
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Yingying Fan, "Volatility matrix estimation
and high-dimensional classification", Princeton University, May, 2007. Current Institution: University of Southern California |
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Jianzhong Lin, "Indirect inference for continuous-time diffusion process with discretely
sampled observations", Chinese University of Hong Kong, August, 2004. Current Institution: Shanghai Jiao-tong University |
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Tao Huang, "New developments in varying-coefficient partially linear
models", University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, May 2004. Current Institution: University of Virgina |
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Heng Peng, "Data-analytic modeling for High-dimensional
statistical problem", October 2003.
Current Institution: Hong Kong Baptist University |
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Run-Ze Li, "High dimensional modeling via nonconcave penalized
likelihood and local likelihood", University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill, April, 2000.
Current Institution: Pennsylvania State University |
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Chunming Zhang, "Topics in Generalized Likelihood Ratio Test",
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, April, 2000.
Current Institution: University of Wisconsin at Madison |
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Jin-Ting Zhang, "Smoothed functional data analysis",
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, July, 1999.
Current Institution: National Singapore University |
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Jianwei Chen, "Local quasi-likelihood estimation and optimal
Bayesian sampling plans for censoring data", Chinese University of Hong
Kong, May, 1999.
Current Position: San Diego State Univ. |
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Wenyang Zhang, "Local polynomial fitting in nonparametric regression", Chinese
University of Hong Kong, November, 1998. Current Institution: University of York. |
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Martine King, "Local likelihood and local partial likelihood in
hazard regression", University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, August, 1997.
Current Institution: Abbott Laboratories |
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Sheng-Kuei Lin, "Test of significance when data are curves", University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, August, 1997. | ||
Mark Farmen, "The smoothed boorstrap for variable bandwidth selection and some results in nonparametric logistic regression", University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, April, 1996. | ||
Li-shang Huang, "On nonparametric estimation
and goodness-of-fit", University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, July, 1995.
Current Institution: University of Rochester |
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Ming-Yen Cheng, "On boundary effects of smooth curve
estimators", University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, April, 1994. Current Institution: University College London |
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Revised: July 2018