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Dr Tatiana Xifara

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Tatiana Xifara

Research Interests

Hidden Markov models, MCMC algorithms, Multi-dimensional inference

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I am currently studying for a PhD in  Statistics at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Lancaster University. I am supervised by Dr. Chris Sherlock and Prof. Paul Fearnhead and I am funded from the EPSRC, the Faculty of Science and Technology at Lancaster University and the National Center for Zoonosis Research. My research project is focused on hidden Markov models and Markov chain Monte Carlo algorithms for interpreting zoonosis diseases, as well as on the efficiency of the Manifold Metropolis adjusted Langevin algorithm and related algorithms.

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