Department of Mathematics and Statistics
- Inga Maslova received her BS in Mathematical Statistics from Vilnius University, Lithuania. She got her MS and PhD in Statistics from Utah State University. She joined the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at American University in 2009. Her primary research interests are time series analysis, wavelet techniques, functional data analysis, and applications to geophysics, hydrology, finance, economics, and climate change problems.
DegreesPhD, Mathematical Sciences (Statistics), Utah State University, 2009
MS, Statistics, Utah State University, 2005
BS, Mathematical Statistics, Vilnius University, Lithuania, 2003
Languages Spoken:English, Russian, Lithuanian
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Professor Maslova's main research areas are time series analysis, wavelets, functional data analysis, and applications to geophysics and finance. The current focus of my research is the development of novel statistical methodologies and their applications to hydrology and economics.
Honors, Awards, and Fellowships
AU CAS Mellon Fund Research Award, 2011
AU International Travel Award, 2011
USU School of Graduate Studies Dissertation Fellowship, 2008
I. Maslova, P. Kokoszka, J. Sojka, and L.Zhu (2010), Estimation of Sq Variation by Means of Multiresolution and Principal Component Analyses, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, Vol. 72, pages 625 – 632