Sofia Olhede – Short Biography:
is a professor of Statistics at University College London since October of
2007. She also holds an honorary chair in the UCL computer science department. Sofia
was born in 1977 in Spånga, and moved to London
in 1996 from Stockholm
to study for the MSci. Having obtained her MSci in Mathematics at Imperial College London in August of
2000, she was awarded the PhD in Mathematics in January of 2003. Her thesis
was: Analysis via Time, Frequency and Scale of Nonstationary
Signals, and her advisor was Professor Andrew Walden. In 2002 she became a
Lecturer in Statistics in the Mathematics Department at Imperial
was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2006.
research interests are BIG data, networks, non-stationary and non-linear time
series and random fields, time-scale and time-frequency inference with
applications in ecology, finance, and oceanography.
is currently associate editor for IEEE Trans on Signal Processing. She is the
Royal Statistical Society Isaac Newton Institute correspondent and a member of the ICMS programme committee.
of her collaborators are:
Lorenzo Fabrizi, UCL,
Jonathan Lilly, NWRA,
Pierre-Andre Maugis, UCL
Emma McCoy, Imperial
Greg Pavliotis, Imperial
Frederik Simons, Princeton
David Stephens, McGill
Adam Sykulski, Imperial
Andrew Walden, Imperial
Patrick Wolfe, UCL.
Present Research Students