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Tilmann Gneiting
Affiliate Professor of Statistics
E-Mail: tilmann (at)

Tilmann Gneiting

Tilmann Gneiting is Professor of Mathematical Statistics in the Institute of Applied Mathematics at the University of Heidelberg in Germany, and Affiliate Professor of Statistics in the Department of Statistics at the University of Washington. His research interests center on statistical methodology, probability theory and forecasting, with applications in the atmospheric, environmental and geophysical sciences, and economics, among other disciplines. In particular, he has worked on probabilistic weather prediction and wind energy forecasting. Tilmann is a recipient of a National Science Foundation Career Award (2002-2007) and of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics' Inaugural Richard L. Tweedie New Researcher Award (2005). He serves as editor for physical science, computation, engineering and the environment at the Annals of Applied Statistics.


Click here for a listing of my published and accepted papers.

Recent preprints

Ehm, W. and Gneiting, T. (2011). Local proper scoring rules of order two. Preprint, arXiv:1102.5031v1.

Gneiting, T. and Thorarinsdottir, T. L. (2010). Predicting inflation: Professional experts versus no-change forecasts. Preprint, arXiv:1010.2318v1.

Last modified 7 August 2011