ISyE Welcomes New Faculty - Brani Vidakovic

Barbara Christopher
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BRANI VIDAKOVIC has joined the faculty as an associate professor in statistics. Dr. Vidakovic comes to Georgia Tech from Duke University, where he has been an assistant professor since 1993.

Dr. Vidakovic holds a Ph.D. in statistics from Purdue University, where his thesis was titled A Study of Properties of Computationally Simply Rules in Estimation Problems. His master's and bachelor's are from Belgrade University. He has previously held visiting teacher positions with the University of North Carolina and Universidad Politecnica de Madrid.

Dr. Vidakovic's research interests include wavelets, Bayesian decision theory, statistical theory of turbulence, T-Minimax theory statistical computing, theory of algorithmic complexity, and statistical education. He is a member of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, the American Statistical Association, and the international Society for Bayesian Analysis. He received the l.W. Burr Award for Excellence in Teaching, Consulting, and Research while at Purdue in 1992. He has authored or co-authored three books and numerous journal articles.

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