Department / Division
- Associate Professor of Statistics
- Allen 444
Research Interests: boundary crossing probability (first passage time), (group) sequential analysis and alpha-spending-function approach in clinical trials, distributions of runs and patterns, quality control, cluster detection and hypothesis testing for high-dimensional data.
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My research interests include the following topics: boundary crossing probability (first passage time) of stochastic process and distributions related to runs and patterns (scan statistics) in applied probability, and spatial scan statistics and high-dimensional data analysis in statistics. The applications include: bankruptcy prediction, statistical process control, cluster detection and big data (large n and small p).
Degree: Ph.D. in Statistics, 2012, Department of Statistics, University of Manitoba
Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Wu's CV