I am an Assistant Professor of Statistics at Harvard University.

Research interests: Sequential and Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods for Bayesian Statistics. I am especially interested in the methodological side of the field: finding new algorithms to tackle computational problems arising in Bayesian Statistics, for instance in high-dimensional, non-linear dynamical systems, or multi-modal static problems. I also try to contribute to the theory supporting the methods, and to more computational aspects such as parallel computing.

Email: pjacob at fas.harvard.edu.
Phone: (617) 496-9259
Office: Science Center 712, 1 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
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