Claire Miller

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Claire Miller is a Reader in Statistics and Senior Adviser of Studies in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at The University of Glasgow.  

Claire's research interests include developing and applying statistical methodology to address cross-disciplinary challenges in the area of sensor systems.  In particular, Claire works on collaborative projects with organisations such as the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology to develop statistical methods for spatiotemporal data, which improve our understanding of relationships and connections in freshwater ecosystems.

Claire completed her undergraduate degree in Mathematics and Statistics  (2003) and PhD in Statistics (2007) at The University of Glasgow.

Areas of Interest
Mathematics and Statistics
University of Glasgow
Key words
Statistics, spatiotemporal data, environment, water quality

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