About Professor Sally Cripps

Professor Sally Cripps' research interests lie mainly in Bayesian methodology. In particular the spectral analysis of time series, flexible models for panel and longitudinal data, Gaussian and non-Gaussian nonparametric regression, and the development of efficient algorithms for large datasets.

Professor Sally Cripps works within the School of Mathematics and Statistics.  She is also a member of the Brain and Mind Centre.

For more information about Professor Sally Cripps refer to her Academic Profile Online.