CURRICULUM VITAE

Jan Mielniczuk

May 2, 2016

Personal data:

Born in Warsaw, Poland, on January 7, 1958.

Academic degrees:

2009 Professorship in Mathematical Sciences approved by the President of Poland 1996 Habilitation in Mathematical Sciences (mathematical statistics), Institute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences 1985 PhD in Mathematics, Warsaw University 1981 MSc in Mathematics, Warsaw University

Office:

Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences, ul. Jana Kazimierza 5, 01-248 Warsaw, Poland. Phone: (++48-22) 836 28 41 ext. 31 , fax: (++48-22) 38-00-552, e-mail: miel@ipipan.waw.pl

Joint position at:

Faculty of Mathematics and Information Sciences, Warsaw University of Technology, where Professor

Professional career:

1981 - since November 2009, Professor in the Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw; since March 2007 Head of the Statistical Analysis and Modeling Group, since 1997 Associate Professor, since 1985 Research Fellow, since 1981 Assistant Research Fellow 2006 - Professor in the Department of Stochastic Processes and Financial Mathematics,Faculty of Mathematics and Information Sciences, Warsaw University of Technology 1997 - 2004 Professor in the Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technologies 2002 - 2004 Chair of Department of Mathematics and Statistical Data Analysis, Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technologies Spring 2001 Visiting Associate Professor in the Department of Statistics, Rice University, Houston, Texas Fall 1991 Visiting Associate Professor in the Department of Statistics, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Spring 1998 Visiting Associate Professor in the Department of Statistics, Rice University, Houston, Texas 1992 -1993 Visiting Associate Professor in the Department of Statistics, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 1991 - 1992 Member of Quality Task Force, a body affiliated with the International Team for Company Assistance 1989 Visiting Fellow in the Departament of Statistics, Limburgs Universitair Centrum, Diepenbeek, Belgium Spring 1988 Visiting Fellow, Statistical Laboratory, University Paris XI, Orsay, France Fall 1987 Visiting Fellow, Department of Statistics, Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France

Fields of interest, teaching experience:

Model selection; time series analysis;nonparametric methods of mathematical statistics; in particular curve estimation (both asymptotic and small sample performance of estimates); information theory; machine learning; computer intensive methods; dependence analysis, statistical consulting Since 1992 teaching university courses in probability and statistics at all levels(including intrductory coursess in statistics and probability, time series analysis, statistical multivariate analysis, regression and generalized linear models, statistical data mining, asymptotic statistics and history of probability and statistics) Courses taught at: Warsaw University of Technology, University of Warsaw, Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technologies, Rice University, the University of Michigan

List of selected publications

PhD theses supervised

  • L. Dębowski, Wlasnosci entropii nadwyzkowej nad roznymi alfabetami (Excess entropy of stochastic processes over various alphabets, thesis defended in 2005)
  • A. Bryk, Wybrane zagadnienia estymacji parametrow funkcyjnych dla danych zaleznych (Selected estimation problems of functional parameters for dependent data, thesis defended in 2007)
  • M. Wojtyś, Estimation of probability density and its functionals using model selection, thesis defended in 2007
  • P. Teisseyre, On some methods for model selection for linear and logistic regression, thesis defended in 2013

    Editorial Boards

    Discussiones Mathematicae

    Functions

    I am currently elected member of Committee of Mathematics of Polish Academy of Sciences and European Regional Committee of Bernoulli Society .