Upcoming Seminars

Jun. 5th, 3:30 PM
Seminar presented by Vincent Roulet
Sparse recovery problems have received a lot of attention from various perspectives. On one side, an extensive literature explores the limits of recovery performance. On the other side, a long list of algorithms now solve these problems very efficiently…

Technical Reports

Smoking is one of the main risk factors that has affected human mortality and life expectancy over the past century. Smoking accounts for a large part of the nonlinearities in the growth of life…

Hotelling’s T2 - test for the mean of a multivariate normal distribution is one of the triumphs of classical multivariate analysis. It is uniformly most powerful among invariant tests,…

Sea ice, or frozen ocean water, annually freezes and melts in the Arctic. The need for accu- rate forecasts of where sea ice will be located weeks to months in advance has increased as the amount…

Recent News

Professor Elena Erosheva (UW Statistics and Social Work) and Professor Carole Lee’s (UW Philosophy) project on “NIH peer review: Criterion scores completely account for racial disparities in overall…
Faculty in the department of Statistics at the University of Washington are actively engaged in research related to COVID-19.  Here we focus on a few of these efforts.  Boeing International…
Daniela Witten, Professor of Biostatistics and Statistics, Dorothy Gilford endowed Chair of Mathematical Statistics, has been elected as a Fellow of the American Statistical Association (ASA) along…