2019 Abdel El-Sharaawi Young Investigator Award announced

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  • Author: Statistics Views
  • Date: 18 June 2019
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The International Environmetrics Society (TIES) is delighted to announce the 2019 winner of the Abdel El-Sharaawi Young Investigator award, Professor Amanda Hering (USA), who is Associate Professor of Statistical Science at Baylor University.

Professor Hering is a statistician whose work focuses on applied problems in engineering and the environment using multivariate, time series, and spatial statistical methods. Her current interests are in modeling big, multivariate, spatial datasets; developing methods for categorical spatial data; and detecting outliers and faults for process and data control. She is an Associate Editor for Technometrics, Environmetrics, Stat, and the Journal of Environmental Statistics. She is also an officer in the section for Statistics and the Environment of the American Statistical Association.

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The award is given for significant and outstanding contributions to environmental statistical and quantitative research, her interactions with other scientific communities dealing with environmental problems and services to the broad Environmetrics community.

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