Dr Michael Stewart

F07 - Carslaw Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone 9351 5765
Fax 9351 4534

Research interests

Michael Stewart is a member of the Statistics Research Group. His specialties include Mixture Models, Extremes of Stochastic Processes, Empirical Process Approximations, Density Estimation, Feature Selection, Applied and Computational Statistics

Teaching and supervision

Timetable

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Current research students

Project title Research student
Higher Order Analysis of Mixture Model Order Selection Haruki OSAKA

Selected grants

2009

  • Statistical and computational methods using a multiscale approach for protein identification and quantification; Yang J, Raimondo M, Stewart M, Arthur J; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Midgley, D., McGee, P., Stewart, M., Saleeba, J. (2011). Diverse assemblages of ascomecetous fungi occur in woodland, grassland and cropping soils of northern-central New South Wales, Australia. Australasian Mycologist, 29, 29-36.
  • Cule, M., Samworth, R., Stewart, M. (2010). Maximum likelihood estimation of a multi-dimensional log-concave density. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B-Statistical Methodology, 72(5), 545-607. [More Information]
  • Britton, S., Daners, D., Stewart, M. (2007). A self-assessment test for incoming students. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 38(7), 861-868. [More Information]
  • Midgley, D., Saleeba, J., Stewart, M., Simpson, A., McGee, P. (2007). Molecular diversity of soil basidiomycete communities in northern-central New South Wales, Australia. Mycological Research, 111(3), 370-378.
  • Midgley, D., Saleeba, J., Stewart, M., McGee, P. (2007). Novel soil lineages of Archaea are present in semi-arid soils of eastern Australia. Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 53(1), 129-138.
  • Raimondo, M., Stewart, M. (2007). The WaveD Transform in R: Performs Fast Translation-Invariant Wavelet Deconvolution. Journal of Statistical Software, 21(3), 1-27.
  • Aghmesheh, M., Suo, Z., Friedlander, M., Nesland, J., Kaern, J., Stewart, M., Dorum, A., Tucker, K., Buckley, M. (2006). Chromosome 2q24.2 is lost in sporadic but not in BRCA1-associated ovarian carcinomas. Pathology, 38(2), 145-151.
  • Stewart, M., Robinson, J. (2005). Extremes of normed empirical moment generating function processes. Extremes: Statistical Theory and Applications in Science Engineering and Economics, 6, 319-333.
  • Hall, P., Stewart, M. (2005). Theoretical analysis of power in a two-component normal mixture model. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 134(1), 158-179.
  • Bridges, J., Stewart, M., King, M., van Gool, K. (2002). Adapting portfolio theory for the evaluation of multiple investments in health with a multiplicative extension for treatment synergies. The European Journal of Health Economics, 3(1), 47-53. [More Information]

2011

  • Midgley, D., McGee, P., Stewart, M., Saleeba, J. (2011). Diverse assemblages of ascomecetous fungi occur in woodland, grassland and cropping soils of northern-central New South Wales, Australia. Australasian Mycologist, 29, 29-36.

2010

  • Cule, M., Samworth, R., Stewart, M. (2010). Maximum likelihood estimation of a multi-dimensional log-concave density. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B-Statistical Methodology, 72(5), 545-607. [More Information]

2007

  • Britton, S., Daners, D., Stewart, M. (2007). A self-assessment test for incoming students. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 38(7), 861-868. [More Information]
  • Midgley, D., Saleeba, J., Stewart, M., Simpson, A., McGee, P. (2007). Molecular diversity of soil basidiomycete communities in northern-central New South Wales, Australia. Mycological Research, 111(3), 370-378.
  • Midgley, D., Saleeba, J., Stewart, M., McGee, P. (2007). Novel soil lineages of Archaea are present in semi-arid soils of eastern Australia. Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 53(1), 129-138.
  • Raimondo, M., Stewart, M. (2007). The WaveD Transform in R: Performs Fast Translation-Invariant Wavelet Deconvolution. Journal of Statistical Software, 21(3), 1-27.

2006

  • Aghmesheh, M., Suo, Z., Friedlander, M., Nesland, J., Kaern, J., Stewart, M., Dorum, A., Tucker, K., Buckley, M. (2006). Chromosome 2q24.2 is lost in sporadic but not in BRCA1-associated ovarian carcinomas. Pathology, 38(2), 145-151.

2005

  • Stewart, M., Robinson, J. (2005). Extremes of normed empirical moment generating function processes. Extremes: Statistical Theory and Applications in Science Engineering and Economics, 6, 319-333.
  • Hall, P., Stewart, M. (2005). Theoretical analysis of power in a two-component normal mixture model. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 134(1), 158-179.

2002

  • Bridges, J., Stewart, M., King, M., van Gool, K. (2002). Adapting portfolio theory for the evaluation of multiple investments in health with a multiplicative extension for treatment synergies. The European Journal of Health Economics, 3(1), 47-53. [More Information]

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