Dr. Michael Smith

Lecturer, Mathematical Science

Contact

301 Sparkman Drive
Huntsville, AL 35899
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mjs0054@uah.edu

Biography

Dr. Michael Smith's Curriculum Vitae


Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Statistics, Florida State University 2003
  • Master of Science, Operations Research, Georgia Institute of Technology 1995
  • Bachelor of Science, Mathematics, Davidson College 1984

Honors & Awards

  • Best Student Colloquium, Department of Statistics, FSU 2003
  • Best Student Colloquium, Department of Statistics, FSU 2002
  • Best First-Year Student in Theoretical Statistics, FSU 2001
  • Best First-Year Student in Applied Statistics, FSU 2001
  • Outstanding Master’s Student, School of Industrial & Systems Engineering, Ga Tech 1995

Expertise

  • Barbecue, bluegrass music
  • 5 most famous constants: e + 1 = 0.

Recent Publications

  • “Confidence Levels for Flood Control Risk Using Additional Data” (with T. Hromadka and R. Whitley), 2009, Journal of Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment (in review).

  • “Generous Statistical Tests” (with T. Hromadka, R. Whitley, S. Horton, and J. Lindquist), 2009, Journal of Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, Volume 23, pages 9-12.

  • “Power and Sample Size in a Logistic Regression Design Context,” 2008, 76th Military Operations Research Society (MORS) Symposium (submitted).

  • “The Log-Pearson III Distribution in Hydrology” (with R. Whitley and T. Hromadka), 2007, Environmental Sciences and Environmental Computing, Volume III, Chapter 6, 13 pages.

  • “A Model Based Approach to Statistical, Multi-Modal Sensor Fusion” (with A. Srivastava), 2003, Statistical Computing (submitted).