Craigmile named 2020 IMS Fellow
Peter Craigmile

Peter Craigmile

TDAI affiliate Peter Craigmile was recently elected as a 2020 Institute of Mathematical Statistics Fellow. These individuals are chosen based on their extensive research record and service to the statistics/probability community.

Craigmile, a professor in Statistics, was recognized as a Fellow for his outstanding contribution to the study of time series models, long memory processes, and spatio-temporal processes; for influential cross-disciplinary contributions to climate change and psychology; and for dedicated services to the IMS and to the profession itself.

For more information, see the list of 2020 fellows.

Congratulations to Peter Craigmile on this incredible achievement!

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