BA, Pure Mathematics (Toronto), 1959
ASA (Associate of the Society of Actuaries), 1960
MA, PhD, Mathematics (Princeton), 1960 and 1961
D. Math. (Waterloo)
Fellow, Royal Society of Canada
Foreign Member, Brazilian Academy of Sciences
Foreign Member, Norwegian Academy of Science and Arts
Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1962-1964 Lecturer at Princeton and Member of Technical Staff at Bell Labs, Murray Hill
1964-1970 Lecturer, then Reader, at London School of Economics
1970-present Professor of Statistics at the University of California, Berkeley
Random process theory and data analysis, risk analysis, spatial-temporal trajectory modeling, sports statistics, applications to ecology, forestry, marine biology, neuroscience, seismology and engineering.
My recent research focuses on statistical methods for random processes, random process data analysis and applications in engineering and science generally. Particular topics include: modelling the motion of animals and other entities and risk analysis for earthquakes, wildfires, floods, and similar phenomena. I also work some on sports statistics, am President of The International Environmetrics Society (TIES) and am Deputy Editor of the journal Environmetrics.