About a month ago, Professor Martin Sköld wrote to me the Cramér Society decided to award my thesis “Bayesian Modeling of Conditional Densities” the 2014 Cramér prize. The prize is awarded each year to an outstanding PhD thesis in Statistics/Mathematical Statistics. As a winner I will receive a cash prize and am expected to present the work at the Cramér Society annual meeting on March 20 in Stockholm.
I am humbled to have been selected for this award. Thanks should go to all the people at Cramér Society for reviewing my thesis and thank all the people including my former supervisor Professor Mattias Villani who helped me so much during my PhD studies. Unfortunately I was too busy to fly to Stockholm during that week. So I cast a video presentation for the The Cramér Society annual meeting. This video is now available on YouTube or you can download it from this link.
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