Huibin Zhou

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Professor of Statistics, Chairman of Statistics
24 Hillhouse Ave, New Haven, CT 06511-6814, Room 204
Research Interests: 
Asymptotic Decision Theory, Shrinkage Estimation, Wavelet Regression, Machine Learning, Information Theory, Bioinformatics.


STAT 610a Statistical Inference

A systematic development of the mathematical theory of statistical inference covering methods of estimation, hypothesis testing, and confidence intervals. An introduction to statistical decision theory. Undergraduate probability at the level of Statistics 241a assumed.

Term: Fall
Day/Time: Tuesday, Thursday 10:30am - 11:45am

STAT 611b Selected Topics in Statistical Decision Theory

In this course we will review some recent developments in statistical decision theory including nonparametric estimation, high dimensional (non)linear estimation, low rank and sparse matrices estimation, covariance matrices estimation, graphical models, and network analysis.

Prerequisite: Statistics 610.

Term: Spring
Day/Time: Monday, 10:00 - 12:30

STAT 680a Nonparametric Statistics

Introduction to nonparametric methods such as kernel estimation, Fourier basis estimation, wavelet estimation. Optimal minimax convergence rates and constants for function spaces, with connections to information theory. Adpative estimators (e.g., adaptive shrinkage estimation). If time permits: high dimensional function estimation, functional data estimation, classification, or nonparametric asymptotic equivalence. Applications to real data. Some knowledge of statistical theory at the level of STAT 610a is assumed.

Term: Bracketed
Day/Time: Thursday 4:00pm - 6:30pm