Professor and Director of Undergraduate Program
Department of Statistics
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX, 77843
Office: 464B Blocker Building
Email: huiyan at stat.tamu.edu
I joined Texas A&M in 2008 after earning my Ph.D. in Statistics from Duke University. I received my bachelor of science in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics from Peking University in 2004.
My research interests include the development of theory, methodology and computation for large spatial and spatial-temporal processes, Bayesian statistics, high dimensional data analysis, machine learning, extreme values, and computer model uncertainty quantifications. My interdisciplinary research work includes applications of statistics in environmental sciences, geosciences, urban and traffic planning, economics and business, chemometrics, electrical/additive manufacturing/petroleum engineering and biomedical researches.