Assistant Professor of Statistics
Bewkes Science Hall firstname.lastname@example.org | (315) 229-5792
Courses I teach regularly:
- Math 113 - Applied Statistics
- Math 213 - Applied Regression Analysis
- Math 325 - Probability and Math 326 - Mathematical Statistics.
My research interests:
- Cluster Analysis
- Applying Statistics to the Biological and Physical Sciences
- Sports Statistics (in particular those related to Fantasy Football)
Sample student projects I have supervised:
- Predicting Owners’ Tendencies in Fantasy Football Drafts
- An Interactive Program for Modeling Autocorrelation Structures Using Sums of Rational Functions
- Understanding Uncertainty in Predicting the Lifetime of Plutonium Fuel Cells
- Using Bayesian Statistics to Model the Plutonium Management Models for the Los Alamos National Laboratory
- Evaluating the Robustness of Competing Clustering Algorithms
Examples of presentations, exhibitions, performances and published work:
- Willson, S., Sharp, R., Ramler, I. P., and Sen, A. (2011). Spatial Movement Pattern Optimization in an Amazonian Eciton burchellii Army Ants. Insectes Sociaux. 58: 325-334.
- Ramler, I. P. and Chapman, J. L. (2011). Introducing Statistical Research to Undergraduate Mathematical Statistics Students using the Guitar Hero Video Game Series. Journal of Statistics Education. 19 (3).
- Maitra, R. and Ramler, I. P. (2010). A k-mean-directions algorithm for fast clustering of data on the sphere. Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics. 19 (2): 377 - 396.
- Maitra, R., and Ramler, I. P. (2009). Clustering in the Presence of Scatter. Biometrics. 65, 341 – 352.
Iowa State University
- Tuesday & Thursday 9:30 - 11:00am
- Friday 12:30 - 1:50pm
- or by appointment