STANLEY L. SCLOVE

Professor of Information & Decision Sciences
Department of Information and Decision Sciences
M/C 294
College of Business Administration
University of Illinois at Chicago
601 S. Morgan Street
Chicago, IL  60607-7124
Phone: 312-996-2681
Fax: 312-413-0385
Email:
Web: http://www.uic.edu/~slsclove

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Stan Sclove is a Professor of Information and Decision Sciences in the College of Business Administration at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He also holds appointments in the Division of Epidemiology & Biostatistics (School of Public Health), the Department of Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science (College of Liberal Arts & Sciences), and the Department of Bioengineering (College of Engineering).

Stan did his undergraduate work at Dartmouth College (A.B., Applied Honors Mathematics) and his doctoral work at Columbia University (Ph.D., Mathematical Statistics). He was a Research Associate in Statistics at Stanford and an Assistant Professor of Statistics at Carnegie-Mellon before coming to UIC. Stan has published a number of research papers in a wide variety of applied and theoretical statistical and scientific journals and has co-authored several books. He was nominated for UIC's Silver Circle Teaching Award in 1994. Stan is a member of a number of professional societies and has held offices in several. He is a past Chair of the Risk Analysis Section of the American Statistical Association and is currently Secretary/Treasurer of CSNA, the Classification Society of North America. He has been the PI on several government research grants and contracts. His areas of specialization include multivariate statistical analysis, cluster analysis, and model-selection criteria. His current research interests include segmentation of time series and spatial series by hidden Markov models.

 
   
   
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