Dr Paul Northrop
|Phone (external)||020 7679 1869|
|Themes||Stochastic Modelling and Time Series|
Paul has been a lecturer at University College London since 2005.
He was awarded a PhD in Statistics from University College London in 1996 for a thesis on
the spatial-temporal modelling of rainfall processes and extended this work
as a NERC postdoctoral research fellow at University College London and Imperial College.
He was a Departmental Lecturer in the Department of Statistics at the University
of Oxford from 1999 to 2005.
Development and application of stochastic models for spatial-temporal rainfall processes;
inference for complex stochastic processes;
modelling of extreme values; applications in hydrology and climatology.
- Maul, P., Robinson, P. C. and Northrop, P. J. (2011) Statistical Modelling of Graphite BrickCracking in Advanced Gas-Cooled Reactors. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C(Applied Statistics), 60(3), 1-15.
- Northrop, P. J. (2011) Threshold modelling of spatially-dependent non-stationary extremeswith application to hurricane-induced wave heights. Environmetrics (with discussion). To appear.
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