Dr Theodore Kypraios University of Nottingham Homepage
Lecturer in Statistics @ the School of Mathematical Sciences



Current Position

I joined the Statistics and Probability group (ex Division of Statistics) of the School of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Nottingham in September 2006 as a Research Fellow. In September 2008 I was appointed as a Lecturer in Statistics.

If you would like to see where I have been before, please see my short biography where you can also download my CV. Otherwise, you might be in interested in my research or current students may want to have a look in my teaching pages. If you are interested in pursuing a PhD under my supervision please feel free to contact me (see below for details).

Highlights/News

  • Chris Fallaize and I have just submiteed a paper on Exact Bayesian Inference for the Bingham Distribution and uploaded the latest draft on the arXiv. Click here to download a copy.

  • We have just submitted a paper on reconstructing transmission networks for communicable diseases using both genetic and epidemiological data. Click here for the ArXiv entry.

  • We have recently submitted a paper on Approximate Bayesian Computation (ABC) for the Atom Maseer. Click here for the ArXiv entry and here for a blog post by Christian Robert about the paper.


  • Please see my online diary before you arrange to see me!


  Email: School of Mathematical Sciences
I am located in (the new!) Mathematical Sciences Building (room C23). University Park
See map here. University of Nottingham
Phone:+44 115 95 14922 Nottingham
Fax +44 115 95 14951 NG7 2RD, United Kingdom

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