My research interests lie broadly in spatial statistics for
geophysical problems, uncertainty quantification and renewable energy.
I received my Ph.D. in Statistics from the
University of Washington
in 2010. I spent the next two years as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the
Institute for Mathematics Applied to Geosciences (IMAGe)
National Center for Atmospheric Research.
In 2016 I was a visiting professor (the Lebesgue chair) at the University of Rennes 1,
I received the American Statistical Association's Section on Statistics and
the Environment's 2016 Young Investigator Award.
I have been on the Board of Directors of both The International Environmetrics
Society and American Statistical Association's Section on Statistics
and the Environment, and have also been on the editorial board of numerous publications.
Spatial statistics and geostatistics (especially large datasets and multivariate processes)