PhD, PStat, Statistical Analyst

I am an assistant statistical scientist at Argonne National Laboratory, in the Laboratory for Advanced Numerical Simulation (LANS) group within the Division of Mathematics and Computer Science (MCS).

My research interests lie in statistics and signal processing, in particular spectrum analysis of time series, array processing, and spatio-temporal statistics.

Degrees:

**PhD (Queen's) in Statistics **
Thesis: Nonparametric and Parametric Methods for Solar Oscillation Spectra

Supervised by David J Thomson

**MSc (Queen's) in Statistics**
Thesis: Statistical Analysis of Atrial Fibrillation Electrograms

Supervised by Selim G Akl, Damian P Redfearn, and David J Thomson

**Honours Thesis (Dalhousie):** On Wilson's Theorem

Supervised by Karl Dilcher

In Fall 2011, I was the primary instructor for MTHE 224 at Queen's, a second year civil engineering course. Course material was divided into three components

- Statistics (6.5 weeks)
- Differential Equations (6.5 weeks)
- Matlab labs and tutorials.

I designed lesson plans, course notes, prepared assessments, lectured, and managed over 100 teaching assistant hours.

- Calculus for Math majors
- Differential Equations
- Real Analysis
- Linear Algebra

- Complex Variables
- Time Series Analysis
- Introductory Statistics