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Harrison Zhou

Henry Ford II Professor and Chair of the Department of Statistics and Data Science at Yale

Published onApr 10, 2020
Harrison Zhou

"Optimal Rates of Convergence for Covariance Matrix Estimation"

Harrison Zhou is a Henry Ford II Professor and Chair of the Department of Statistics and Data Science at Yale. His main research interests include asymptotic decision theory, large covariance matrices estimation, graphical models, Bayesian nonparametrics, statistical network analysis, sparse canonical correlation analysis and principal component analysis, and analysis of iterative algorithms. His research has been acknowledged with awards including the National Science foundation Career Award, the Noether Young Scholar Award from the American Statistical Association, the Tweedie Award, the IMS Medallion lecture and IMS Fellow from the Institute of mathematical Statistics.

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