Dimitris Karlis is Professor at the Department of Statistics, Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB). He received a BSc. in Statistics from Department of Statistics, AUEB in 1992 and a PhD in Statistics from the same department in 1999. He has been elected as assistant professor since 2004. He has published approximately 80 papers in peer reviewed statistical journals. His research interest refer to mixture models, computational statistics and especially stochastic algorithms, multivariate count data analysis, models for statistical analysis for sports data and modeling dependent data via copulas. He is Associate editor of Metron journal, Communications in Statistics (both Theory and Methods and Computation and Simulation), IMA Journal of Management Mathematics and Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, while he has acted as referee for more than 135 papers. He is also editor of Biometrics Bulletin of IBS. He has supervised 4 PhD student, 18 Master thesis, while at this moment he supervises one PhD student. He has been invited in several conferences around the world. He is member of the American Statistical Society, elected member of the International Statistical Institute, member of the International Association of Statistical Computing, publicity officer of the Eastern Mediterranean Region of the International Biometrics Society and member of the Greek Statistical institute. He has also participated in several European projects related to statistics and mainly to official statistics.
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