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Winners of the TIES-Wiley Best Student Presentation Award

Year Winner Title of Paper
2015 Tania Alarcon Falconi
Tufts University, USA
Tap-to-household water quality deterioration: analysis of spatial and temporal uncertainties
Xin Huang
University of Texas at Dallas, USA
Applications of Machine Learning in Environmetrics: Detecting Dynamic Trend-Based Clusters in Precipitation
2014 Yi Liu
University of Bath, UK
Incorporating Large-scale Exposure Modelling into Studies of Air Pollution and Health
Jussi Jousimo
University of Helsinki, Finland
Inferring Habitat Use, Population Distribution and Total Population Size by Combining Individual-level and Population-level Data.
2013 Jan Emil Banning Eversen
Technical University of Denmark
Using Stochastic Differential Equations for Wind Power Forecasting
Honorable mention: Sarah Power
School of Fishery and Ocean Sciences, University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA
Patterns of Salmon Bycatch in the Eastern Bering Sea Walleye Pollock Fishery
Honorable mention: Francis Hui
University of New South Wales, Australia
Variable Selection in Multi­‚ÄźSpecies Modelling
Honorable mention: Aurore Lavigne
Instituto Nacional de Reforma Agraria, Bolivia
Adding expert contribution to the spatial clustering of French Alps townships
20121 Amira El-Ayouti
Cairo University, Egypt
Spatial Heterogeneity of Water Quality in the Nile River in Egypt
2011 N/A
2010 Carolyn Huston
Simon Fraser University, Canada
Bayesian Hierarchical Modeling of Salmon Migration
2009 Maria Franco Villoria
University of Glasgow, UK Division of Biostatistics, University of Minnesota, USA
Extreme Events and business continuity planning - exploration in flood risk strategies within Scotland
Honorable mention: Ruth Haggerty
University of Glasgow, UK
Extreme Value Theory Applied to the Defnition of Bathing Water Discounting Limits
2008 Amy Nail
North Carolina State University, USA
Quantifying Local Creation and Regional Transport using Hierarchical Space-Time Model of Ozone as a Function of Observed NOx
David O'Donnell
Department of Statistics, University of Glasgow, UK
Spatial Modelling of Water Quality on Large River Networks
2007 Simone Padoan
University of Padova, Italy
Inferences for Max-stable Processes
Alica Lacka
Agricultural University of Pozna, Poland
Estimation of Erythemally effective UVB Radiation at two Antarctic Station
Lieven Clement
Ghent University, Belgium
Testing for Trend Changes in Environmental Compliance on River Monitoring Network Data
Karel Hron
Palacky University Okomouc, Czech Republic
Outlier Detection for Compositional Data and Applications to Environmetrics
2006 Sofia Åberg
University of Lund, Sweden
How Good are the Air Quality Standards?
Malaak Kallache
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Germany
Non-Stationary Extreme Value Statistics of River Run-Off Data Using Point Processes
2005 Jing Lin
McMaster University, Canada
Water Chemistry Changes in Canadian Acid Rain Monitoring Lakes
2004 Tanja Srebotnjak
Yale University, USA
A Multidimensional Composite Index for Assessing Environmental Sustainability
Marco Giannitrapani
University of Glasgow, UK
Analysis of Sulphur Dioxide Trends Across Europe
2003 Zuzana Hrdlicková
Masaryk University, Czech Republic
The Power of the Test in Analysis of Variance of Poisson Distributed Variables
2002 Claudia Libiseller
Department of Mathematics / Division of Statistics, Linköping University, Sweden
Variance Reduction for Trend Analysis of Hydrochemical Data in Brackish Water
2001 Samantha Bates
Department of Statistics, University of Washington, USA
Bayesian Uncertainty Assessment in Multi-compartment Deterministic Simulation Models for Environmental Risk Assessment
Eduardo Severino
Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
Areal Rainfall Estimates Through the use of Space-time Statistical Models
2000 Jesper Ryden
Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Lund University, Sweden
The Statistical Distribution of Crest Heights for Spatio-temporal Waves
Alexandra Mello Schmidt
School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Sheffield, UK
Bayesian Inference for Nonstationary Spatial Covariance Structure via Spatial Deformations
1999 Elke Kestens
Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium
Period Analysis of Astronomical Time Series: A Non-Parametric Approach
Maria Schipper
University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
Towards a Sequential Analysis of Environmental Monitoring Data: Simplification of the Covariance Matrix Structure
1998 Åsa Danielsson
Department of Water and Environmental Studies, Linköping University, Sweden
Spatial Scales for Nutrients and Metals in the Marine Sediments of Kattegat/Skagerraak
Lynn Scott
Centre for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, University of South Australia
Development of a Sea-grass Fish Habitat Model: A Sea-grass Residency Index for Economically Important Species


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