The teaching staff participating in this PhD Programme in Statistics and Operations Research belong to research groups with active research projects. The programme is structured in two main lines of research: Statistics and Operations Research.
The Statistics line focuses mainly on inferential developments, with a strong focus on non-parametric research techniques for curves in different contexts, as well as their application to theoretical and applied problems.
Research in the area of Operations Research focuses on Game Theory and its applications.
. The programme's teaching staff belong to the following research groups:
- Modelling, Optimization and Statistical Inference (MODES). Grupo de Referencia Competitiva (Xunta de Galicia)
- Optimization models, decision models, statistics and applications (MODESTYA). Grupo de Referencia Competitiva (Xunta de Galicia)
- Biostatistics and Biomedical Data Science Group (GRID-BDS). Grupo de Referencia Competitiva (Xunta de Galicia)
- Statistical Inference, Decision and Operations Research (SIDOR). Grupo de Referencia Competitiva (Xunta de Galicia)
DETAILED INFORMATION ON THE LINES OF RESEARCH LINE OF RESEARCH: STATISTICS
- Non parametric estimation of curves.
- Inference in finite populations.
- Survival analysis.
- Spatial statistics.
- Specification tests.
- Financial engineering.
- Additive models.
- Functional models
- Directional models
- Incomplete models.
LINE OF RESEARCH: OPERATIONS RESEARCH
- Non-cooperative games.
- Cooperative games.
- Allocating costs.
- Design fees.
- Problems of bankruptcy.
- Índexes of power.
- Computional problems in game theory.
- Decision Theory.
- Social choice.
- Methods of mathematical programming.
- Theory of queues.
- Inventory models.
- Network flow optimization.
- Transportation problems.
- Allocation problems.
- Routing problems.
- Planning and sequencing problems.
- Interactive models of operational research.
- Connections between game theory and statistical inference.