Farida Enikeeva, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor (Maître de Conférences)
University of Poitiers
Laboratory of Mathematics and Its Applications

Laboratoire de Mathématiques et Applications
Téléport 2 - BP 30179
Boulevard Marie et Pierre Curie
86962 Futuroscope Chasseneuil Cedex
E-mail: farida.enikeeva [at] math [dot] univ-poitiers.fr

Research interests
  • Change-point problem
  • Non-parametric estimation and hypothesis testing
  • High-dimensional statistics
  • Statistical methods in bioinformatics
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Current Work
  • Exact, adaptive tests for polynomial regression against a general alternative,  with T. Krivobokova (University of Goettingen) and P. Serra (TU/e Eindoven)
  • High-dimensional change-point detection from indirect observations, with A. Juditsky (LJK, Grenoble)

Academic Experience and Education

Since 2014  Assistant Professor at University of Poitiers, France
2012-2014  Postdoctoral Researcher at INRIA and ATER at Ensimag, Grenoble Institute of Technology
2011-2012  Postdoctoral Researcher at Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann, Grenoble, France
2008-2010  Postdoctoral Researcher at Queen's University, Kingston, Canada
Since 2005  Researcher at Institute for Information Transmission Problems, Moscow, Russia
2003-2005     Postdoctoral Researcher at EURANDOM, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
1998-2002  PhD degree in Probability and Statistics, Moscow State University, Russia
1993-1998  M.Sc. in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, Moscow State University, Russia



University of Poitiers, France     

    Introduction to probability, statistical estimation and testing (33h) 

    Non-paramretric statistics (48h)

    Data mining (30h) 

2014-2015     University of Poitiers, France      Introduction to probability, statistical estimation and testing (33h)

Statistical data analysis (24h)

Data mining (30h)

Mathematics for life sciences (60h)
2012-2014     Ensimag, Grenoble INP, France      Functional analysis for engineering sciences (36h)

Applied probability (54h)

Statistical principles and methods (108h)

Stochastic processes with application to finance (36h)

Probability for informatics and performance evaluation (18h)
2011-2012     UJF Grenoble, France      Mathematics for engineering sciences (24h)

Statistical methods for biological sciences (36h)
2009-2010     Queen's University, Canada      Foundations of statistical inference (36h)

Vector calculus (36h)
2008-2009     Queen's University, Canada      Foundations of statistical inference (36h)

Vector calculus (36h)