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6:30pm-7:15pm: Outgoing El-presidente presentation on Zoom
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Speaker: Francis Hui, Australian National University
Topic: My Journey into Spatial Confusing Confounding
Biography: Francis Hui is a Senior Lecturer in Statistics at the Australian National University. He completed his PhD at the University of New South Wales in 2014, moved to Canberra shortly afterwards to undertake a postdoctoral fellowship at the ANU, and has been happily stuck there ever since. His research spans a mixture of methodological, computational, and applied statistics, including longitudinal and correlated data analysis, dimension reduction and variable selection, and approximate statistical estimation and inference. Much of his research is motivated by joint modeling in ecology, and longitudinal analysis of mental health data, and is complemented by copious amounts of tea drinking, and unhealthy amounts of anime watching.
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