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Cohort: 2002-2003
Cohort Student Advisor Name Committee Names Dissertation
2002-2003 Arnab Chakraborty Diaconis Diaconis, Hastie, Holmes An Attempt to Perform Bengali Optical Character Recognition
2002-2003 Carrie Grimes Donoho Donoho, Papanicolaou, Johnstone Theoretical Methodology for Nonlinear Dimensionality Reduction
2002-2003 Kristofer Jennings Owen Owen, Efron, Romano A New Approach to Bias Reduction Using the Iterated Bootstrap
2002-2003 Tao Jiang Owen Owen, Donoho, Hastie Data Driven Shrinkage Strategies for Quasi-Regression
2002-2003 Jia Shun Jin Donoho Donoho, Johnstone, Siegmund Detecting and Estimating Sparse Mixtures
2002-2003 Johan Lim Dembo Dembo, Gray, Lai Hidden Variable Models and Their Applications
2002-2003 Haiyan Liu Lai Lai, Switzer, Walther Autoregressive Models with Time-Varying Parameters and Applications to Financial Time Series
2002-2003 Regina Nuzzo Olshen Olshen, Johnston, Switzer Stochastic Models for Lipid Biochemistry
2002-2003 Saharon Rosset Friedman, Hastie Friedman, Hastie, Tibshirani Boosting and Other Exact and Approximate Methods for Parametric Regularized Optimization
2002-2003 Ji Zhu Hastie Hastie, Efron, Tibshirani Flexible Statistical Modeling
Cohort: 2001-2002
Cohort Student Advisor Name Committee Names Dissertation
2001-2002 Marc Coram Diaconis Diaconis, Efron, Friedman Nonparametric Bayesian Classification
2001-2002 Jing Huang Olshen Olshen, Efron, Tibshirani Classification with High-Dimensional Predictors and Qualitative Response Application to Genetics
2001-2002 Wenzhi Li Lai Lai, Siegmund, Walther Confidence Intervals Following Group Sequential Trials with Random Group Sizes and Applications to Survival Analysis
2001-2002 Arthur Yu Lu Johnstone Johnstone, Owen, Walther Sparse Principal Component Analysis for Functional Data
2001-2002 Jorge Picazo Owen Owen, Friedman, Hastie Machine Learning Characterization of Decision Boundaries in Multi-Dimensional American Options
2001-2002 Dylan Small Lai Lai, Romano, Siegmund Inference and Model Selection for Instrumental Variables Regression
2001-2002 John Storey Tibshirani Tibshirani, Johnstone, Siegmund False Discovery Rates Theory and Applications to DNA Microarrays
2001-2002 Hua Tang Siegmund Siegmund, Efron, Feldman Statistical Methods for Two Problems in DNA Sequence Comparisons
Cohort: 2000-2001
Cohort Student Advisor Name Committee Names Dissertation
2000-2001 Derek Brian Boothroyd Olshen Spline Fitting and a Random Coefficient Model of Longitudinal Irregularly Spaced Data with an Application to Diabetic Nephropathy
2000-2001 Lingyu Chen Owen Owen, Liu, Walther Extensions of Stochastic Approximation for High Dimensional Optimization with Applications to Investment Allocation and Nonlinear Experimental Design