Azeem Zaman

Azeem Zaman

PhD Student

Harvard University

Biography

I am a PhD student at Harvard University, advised by Natesh Pillai. My primary research interest is the design and theory of MCMC. I have also done theoretical work related to distributed estimation. Before attending Harvard, I did a masters degree at in Statistical and Economic modeling at Duke University. I studied under Surya Tokdar in the Department of Statistical Science and Michelle Connolly in the Economics Department. My BA is from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where I doubled majored in mathematics and economics. I also participated in the Russian Flagship Program as an undergraduate.

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Interests
  • Theory of distributed estimation
  • Bayesian logistic regression
  • Markov chain Monte Carlo
Education
  • PhD in Statistics, 2022 (expected)

    Harvard University

  • MA in Statiistics and Economic Modeling, 2017

    Duke University

  • BA in Mathematics and Economics, 2015

    University of Wisconsin-Madison

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