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Adrian E. Raftery
Adrian is the Boeing International Professor of
and Adjunct Professor of Atmospheric
Sciences at the University of Washington.
He is also a faculty affiliate of the
Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences and the
Center for Studies in Demography
He works on the development of new statistical methods for
the social and environmental sciences.
An elected member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences,
he was identified as the world's most cited researcher in mathematics
for the decade 1995-2005 by Thomson-ISI. He has supervised
32 Ph.D. graduates,
of whom 21 hold or have held tenure-track university faculty positions.
New book on mclust and model-based clustering:
Model-Based Clustering, Classification, and Density Estimation Using mclust in R. was published by Chapman and Hall/CRC Press in April 2023.
It is also available at Amazon.
- Website update: This website got its annual major update on May 10, 2023. New
publications were added.
- New York Times interactive feature: The NYT published the
Extreme Heat Will Change Us,
based on our research in
Zeppetello, Raftery and Battisti (2022).
- Adrian gave the Jacques Morgenstern Colloquium at INRIA, Sophia-Antipolis, France,
in April 2023.
- Adrian gave the first HITS-IMK Joint Colloquium at the
Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Study, Heidelberg, Germany, in April 2023.
- Adrian gave the Economics, Mathematics and Statistics Distinguished
Lecture at University College Dublin in April 2023.
Recent Journal Articles and Preprints (since 2022)
(Full citations here.)
Statistical climate science
These papers are being made available here to facilitate the timely
dissemination of scholarly work; copyright and all related rights are
retained by the copyright holders.
Last major update, May 11, 2023.
Copyright 2005-2023 by Adrian E. Raftery and University of Washington;
all rights reserved.