Dr Katarina Domijan

Mathematics and Statistics, Hamilton Institute

Lecturer

Logic House
210
(01) 7083374

About

My research interests lie in applying Bayesian methods of statistical inference to analyze data of complex structure that arise in a variety of applications. In particular, I am interested in Bayesian modelling of classification problems in data with large feature spaces. One of the most interesting aspects of modelling high-dimensional data is feature selection. This is a challenging problem and I am interested in developing novel approaches to solve it.