|Thursday, February 20|
|SC8 Peering into the Future: Introduction to Time Series Methods for Forecasting||
Thu, Feb 20, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Palma Ceia IV
About the Instructor (302871)
David A. Dickey earned his PhD in statistics in 1976 from Iowa State University working with Wayne A. Fuller. Their “Dickey-Fuller” test is part of most modern time series software packages. He is on the ISI’s list of highly cited researchers and is an ASA Fellow. Dickey is William Neal Reynolds Professor of Statistics at North Carolina State University, where he does time series research, teaches graduate-level methods courses, consults, and mentors graduate students. He is coauthor of several books on statistics, including The SAS System for Forecasting Time Series, a publication of SAS Institute. He has presented at many conferences, including the 2013 ASA Conference on Statistical Practice and several JSM sessions. He has been a contact instructor for SAS Institute since 1981, teaching courses in statistical methodology, including time series, and has helped write some of their course notes. Recently, Dickey has taught for NC State University's Institute for Advanced Analytics. He has appointments in economics and the NCSU financial math program.