I am Professor of Statistics at the Division of Statistics and Machine Learning at the Department of Computer and Information Science (IDA), Linköping University. I am also a member of the Machine Learning Research Group at IDA.
My research focuses on developing computationally efficient Bayesian methods for inference and prediction using flexible models. See my Research page for a list of publications.
Here are some data sets that are currently keeping me and my group busy:
- tall data – longitudinal data on a quarter of a million Swedish firms
- wide data – classifying documents and text using thousands of covariates/features
- massively multivariate data – 4D (space + time) images of brain activity in 100,000 locations in the brain.
- unstructured data – 8 million text documents.
I try to make notes of recent events on my news page.
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