Howard Bondell is Professor of Statistical Data Science in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Melbourne, where he has been since 2018. Professor Bondell is a current ARC Future Fellow (2020-2024), and Co-Director of the Melbourne Centre for Data Science.
Professor Bondell received his Ph.D. in Statistics from Rutgers University in 2005 and immediately commenced his academic career in the Department of Statistics at North Carolina State University. He was elected Fellow of the American Statistical Association in 2017. His current research interests include: model selection, robust estimation, regularisation, Bayesian methods, and all aspects of modelling and handling uncertainty in statistical and machine learning approaches.
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Towards Designing Complex Networks Resilient To Stealthy Attack And Cascading Failure
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Outlier detection and robust estimation in nonparametric regression
D Kong, H Bondell, W Shen
Conference Proceedings | 2018 | Proceedings of the Twenty-First International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics
This paper studies outlier detection and robust estimation for nonparametric regression problems. We propose to include a subject-..
Role of Significant Life Experiences in Building Environmental Knowledge and Behavior Among Middle School Students
Kathryn T Stevenson, M Nils Peterson, Sarah J Carrier, Renee L Strnad, Howard D Bondell, Terri Kirby-Hathaway, Susan E Moore
Journal article | 2014 | The Journal of Environmental Education
Variable Selection for Nonparametric Quantile Regression via Smoothing Spline AN OVA.
Chen-Yen Lin, Howard Bondell, Hao Helen Zhang, Hui Zou
Journal article | 2013 | Stat
Quantile regression provides a more thorough view of the effect of covariates on a response. Nonparametric quantile regression has..
Item generation and design testing of a questionnaire to assess degenerative joint disease-associated pain in cats
Helia Zamprogno, Bernie D Hansen, Howard D Bondell, Andrea Thomson Sumrell, Wendy Simpson, Ian D Robertson, James Brown, Anthony P Pease, Simon C Roe, Elizabeth M Hardie, Simon J Wheeler, Duncan X Lascelles
Journal article | 2010 | American Journal of Veterinary Research
Honours, Awards and Fellowships
Fellow of the American Statistical Association