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Prof. Dr. Sonja Greven

Head of the working group Biostatistics
Department Department of Statistics, LMU Munich Sonja Greven
Address Department of Statistics
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Ludwigstraße 33
D-80539 Munich
Germany
E-Mail sonja.greven *AT* stat.uni-muenchen.de
Phone +49 89 2180 3803
Fax +49 89 2180 5040
Office location Room 150, Ludwigstr. 33, Munich
Office hours By appointment via e-mail

News

December 2016 Paper accepted to the Journal of the American Statistical Association: Multivariate Functional Principal Component Analysis for Data Observed on Different (Dimensional) Domains.
November 2016 Comment on Smoothing parameter and model selection for general smooth models by Simon Wood, Natalya Pya and Benjamin Säfken to appear in the Journal of the American Statistical Association.
November 2016 Invited discusion paper "A General Framework for Functional Regression Modelling" to appear in Statistical Modelling.
May 2016 Paper accepted to Electronic Journal of Statistics: Generalized Functional Additive Mixed Models.
April 2016
Paper accepted to Statistics and Computing: Boosting flexible functional regression models with a high number of functional historical effects.
February 2016
Paper accepted to the Electronic Journal of Statistics: "Identifiability in penalized function-on-function regression models". (Preprint)
December 2015 I become Associate Editor of the Journal of the American Statistical Association.
October 2015 Paper accepted to Statistical Modelling: "Functional linear mixed models for irregularly or sparsely sampled data" (older version: arXiv).
June 2015 Paper accepted to Statistical Methods in Medical Research: Modelling a response as a function of high-frequency count data: the association between physical activity and fat mass.
January 2015 I become Associate Editor of the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C.
December 2014 Paper accepted to Statistical Modelling: The Functional Linear Array Model.
November 2014 Paper accepted to Computational Statistics: Penalized function-on-function regression.
June 2014 Paper accepted to CSDA: Penalized scalar-on-functions regression with Interaction Term.
June 2014 Paper accepted to Biometrics: Structured Functional Principal Component Analysis.
April 2014 Paper accepted to the Annals of Applied Statistics: Longitudinal High-Dimensional Principal Components Analysis with Application to Diffusion Tensor Imaging of Multiple Sclerosis.
March 2014 Paper accepted to the Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics: Functional Additive Mixed Models.
February 2014 Paper accepted to the Electronic Journal of Statistics: A Unifying Approach to the Estimation of the Conditional Akaike Information in Generalized Linear Mixed Models.
Februar 2014 I become professor of Biostatistics at the Department of Statistics at the LMU Munich.
April 2013 Paper accepted to AStA Advances in Statistical Analysis: On Likelihood Ratio Testing for Penalized Splines.
October 2012 Paper accepted by Biostatistics: Longitudinal Scalar-on-Functions Regression with Application to Tractography Data.
September 2012 I am awarded the Wolfgang-Wetzel-Award of the German Statistical Society.
Juli 2012 Paper accepted by Biometrics: Corrected Confidence Bands for Functional Data Using Principal Components.
November 2011 Paper accepted by the Electronic Journal of Statistics: Restricted Likelihood Ratio Testing in Linear Mixed Models with General Error Covariance Structure.
April 2011 Selection as the recipient of this year's first Gustav-Adolf-Lienert-Award of the German Section of the International Biometric Society.
April 2011 This summer term, we offer a course on Mixed Models.
January 2011 Paper accepted by the Journal of the American Statistical Association: An Approach to the Estimation of Chronic Air Pollution Effects Using Spatio-Temporal Information.
October 2010 This winter term, I am offering a seminar (together with Prof. Tutz) on the Analysis of Functional Data.
September 2010 Paper accepted by the Electronic Journal of Statistics: Longitudinal Functional Principal Component Analysis.
August 2010 Grant funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG): Emmy Noether Junior Research Group on Statistical Methods for Longitudinal Functional Data.
March 2010 Paper accepted by Biometrika: On the Behaviour of Marginal and Conditional Akaike Information Criteria in Linear Mixed Models.
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