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Hammou Elbarmi

Professor of Statistics

Professor of StatisticsHammou Elbarmi

646-312-3384
hammou.elbarmi@baruch.cuny.edu
http://blogs.baruch.cuny.edu/hammouelbarmi/

Education:

MS University of Iowa Statistics 1989
PhD University of Iowa Statistics 1993

Areas of Expertise:

Order restricted Inference, Survival Analysis, Categorical Data

Selected Publications:

El Barmi, H.and Mckeague, I. W. (2013). Empirical based tests for stochastic ordering. Bernoulli, 19,  295-307.

El Barmi, H.and Mukerjee, H. (2012). Peakedness and Peakedness Ordering. Journal of Multivariate Analysis. 111, 222-233.

Yu, W., El Barmi, H.and Ying, Z. (2011). Restricted one way analysis of variance using the empirical likelihood. Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 102(3), 629-640.

El Barmi, H., Nunez, A. V.and  Zimmerman, D. (2009). "Testing For and Against a Set of Inequality Constraints: The k-Sample case". Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 139(3), 1012-1022.

El Barmi, H.and Mukerjee, H. (2005). Inference under a Stochastic Ordering Constraint: the K-sample Case. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 100(469), 252-261.

El Barmi, H.and Mukerjee, H. (2004). Consistent Estimation of Distribution with Type II Bias with applications in Competing Risks Problems. Annals of Statistics, 32(1), 245-267.

El Barmi, H.and Dykstra, R. (1998). Maximum Likelihood Methods for Log Convex Models when Cell Probabilities are subject to Convex Constraints. Annals of Statistics, 26(5).

Academic Activities:

Associate Professor of Statistics, Baruch College, CUNY

Associate Professor of Statistics, Kansas State University

Assistant Professor of Statistics, Kansas State University

Bing Fellow/Instructor, University of Texas, Austin

Awards, Honors, etc.:

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Achievement Award, Baruch College, City University of New York. 2004.

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Achievement Award, Baruch College, City University of New York. 2003.

R. H. Bing Fellowship, Department of Mathematics, University of Texas, Austin. 1993-1995.

Henry L. Reitz Award for best performance on the Ph.D. qualifying exam, Department of Statistics, University of Iowa. 1989.

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