Title: Associate Professor
Email: cshalizi at stat.cmu.edu
Statistical inference for complex systems; nonparametric prediction for stochastic processes; causal inference; large deviations and ergodic theory; networks and information flow in neuroscience, economics and social sciences; heavy-tailed distributions; self-organization.
2001 Ph.D. (theoretical physics) University of Wisconsin-Madison 2001--2002 Postdoc, Santa Fe Institute 2002--2005, Postdoc, University of Michigan Center for the Study of Complex Systems 2005--2012 Assistant Professor, CMU Statistics 2012-- Associate Professor, CMU Statistics
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