Harry Joe is Professor of Statistics at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. He received an Honors BSc in Mathematics from the University of Victoria in 1978, an MSc in Statis- tics from the University of British Columbia (UBC) in 1979, and a PhD in Statistics from Florida State University in 1982. He joined UBC as an Assistant Professor in 1982 and was promoted to the ranks of Associate and Full Professor in 1987 and 1993, respectively. He is renowned interna- tionally for his pioneering work in dependence modeling, notably through three books. He has also made significant contributions in many other areas, including statistical computing, infer- ence, and time series analysis. He has had successful collaborations in environmetrics, medical genetics and psychometrics. He was the 1995 winner of the Canadian Journal of Statistics Best Paper Award and the 2016 recipient of the Gold Medal for Research from the Statistical Society of Canada. He was John von Neumann Gastprofessur at Technische Universität München in May– June 2011. He has also served the research community in various editorial capacities.

A Journey Beyond The Gaussian World : An interview with Harry Joe / C. Genest, G. Puccetti, H. Joe. - In: DEPENDENCE MODELING. - ISSN 2300-2298. - 6:1(2018 Feb), pp. 288-297.

A Journey Beyond The Gaussian World : An interview with Harry Joe

G. Puccetti
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2018

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Harry Joe is Professor of Statistics at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. He received an Honors BSc in Mathematics from the University of Victoria in 1978, an MSc in Statis- tics from the University of British Columbia (UBC) in 1979, and a PhD in Statistics from Florida State University in 1982. He joined UBC as an Assistant Professor in 1982 and was promoted to the ranks of Associate and Full Professor in 1987 and 1993, respectively. He is renowned interna- tionally for his pioneering work in dependence modeling, notably through three books. He has also made significant contributions in many other areas, including statistical computing, infer- ence, and time series analysis. He has had successful collaborations in environmetrics, medical genetics and psychometrics. He was the 1995 winner of the Canadian Journal of Statistics Best Paper Award and the 2016 recipient of the Gold Medal for Research from the Statistical Society of Canada. He was John von Neumann Gastprofessur at Technische Universität München in May– June 2011. He has also served the research community in various editorial capacities.
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