Graduate Students

blandino-andrew Andrew Blandino

PhD Student in Statistics

ablandino@ucdavis.edu

I am a first year PhD student here at UC Davis coming here from Reno, Nevada.  I grew up in Las Vegas and when I have free time I like to watch a good movie or be outdoors or both. 

fitzgerald-clark Clark Fitzgerald PhD Sutdent  in Statistics rcfitzgerald@ucdavis.edu

Clark Fitzgerald graduated in 2012 from UC Berkeley with a degree in applied math. He began the PhD program in 2014 after working in the technology industry. Clark's research interests include statistical computing, reproducibility, and data science technologies. 

carroll-cody Cody Carroll PhD Student in Statistics cjcarroll@ucdavis.edu 
I am a current PhD student in the Department of Statistics at UC Davis. After graduating from UT Austin in 2014 with a BS in Mathematics, I spent a year teaching English in Osaka, Japan before coming to California. In the RTG, I'm part of the team that handles promotion and outreach to other departments at UC Davis. Research areas of particular interest to me include topological data analysis, asymptotics, and epidemiology.
izyumin-dmitriy Dmitriy Izyumin PhD Student in Statistics dizyumin@ucdavis.edu

I am a PhD student in statistics with a background in applied mathematics. My current research focus is multivariate time series forecasting, and in the past I have worked on clustering and risk analysis. I have an interest in teaching, and have worked as an associate instructor for STA 13 and STA 108, and a TA for numerous other stats classes. In my free time I enjoy reading, working out, and going to live music events. 

kim-irene Irene Kim PhD Student in Statistics imkkim@ucdavis.edu

I am a PhD student at UC Davis Statistics department. I studied math in undergrad, where my interest in statistics and topology was born. My research area is Topological data analysis. I like to go hiking and swimming.

wang-ken Ken Wang PhD Student in Statistics kenwang@ucdavis.edu

Ken entered the statistics PhD program at UC, Davis in 2013 after obtaining his B.A in applied mathematics and statistics from UC, Berkeley. As a member of the research training group (RTG), he has attended RTG lecture series on neuroimaging data analysis. He has also participated in mentoring undergraduate RTG student doing graphical modeling with Professor Polonik. His current research interests are in functional time series and functional empirical likelihood methods.

Olga Zamoroueva PhD Student in Statistics ozamoroueva@ucdavis.edu
Benjamin Roycraft PhD Student in Statistics btroycraft@ucdavis.edu
Jamshi Namdari PhD Student in Statistics jamnamdari@ucdavis.edu
Eric Kalosa-Kenyon PhD Student in Statistics ekal@ucdavis.edu
Dayanara Lebron-Aldea MS in Statistics dlebron@ucdavis.edu
Pamela Patterson PhD Student in Statistics ppatterson@ucdavis.edu
ulle-nicholas Nicholas Ulle PhD Student in Statistics naulle@ucdavis.edu

Nick has been interested in mathematics and computing since he was very young. He received his BS in mathematics from UC San Diego in 2011. After spending a year on actuarial work and travel, he entered the statistics PhD program at UC Davis in 2012. In addition to the RTG, he's also active in the fledgling UC Davis Data Science Initiative.

His primary research area is statistical computing, with emphasis on improving software efficiency and accessibility. Currently, he is working on source code analysis tools to support compilation of the R programming language, with guidance from Professor Temple Lang. Other research interests include Monte Carlo methods, signal processing, and programming languages.

As a member of the RTG, Nick codesigned the mini-course "Python for Data Mining," which was presented in Winter 2015. Based on popular demand, the course is likely to return in subsequent years. He's also participated as a mentor in undergraduate RTG activities.

Python for Data Mining Resources: https://github.com/nick-ulle/2015-python

Python for Data Mining Videos: http://rtg.ucdavis.edu/PythonMiniCourse/