Professor of Statistics
Professor of Computer Science and Engineering (by courtesy)
My research is broadly centered around statistical learning and multivariate analysis with a specific focus on classification, ranking, dimensionality reduction, and kernel methods. The main thrust of my research has been to bring statistical perspectives to machine learning methods and advance our understanding of them. My research on classification and ranking exemplifies this direction. In parallel, I have developed new statistical methods and computational tools for feature selection, regularization, and dimensionality reduction, which constitute a common thread of modern data analysis. From a more traditional point of view, I have also pursued ways to improve upon the existing statistical methods in terms of robustness and efficiency.
October 2018: I have joined the Editorial Board of Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems.
August 2018: Grace Wahba retires after 51 years on the faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison!
April 2018: Congratulations to Tayler Blake for her dissertation defense!
Associate Editor, The ASA journal Statistical Analysis and
Data Mining since 2011.
Associate Editor, Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems since 2018.
Associate Editor, Journal of the Korean Statistical Society since 2017.
Email: yklee at stat osu edu | Office: 305B Cockins Hall
Tel: 614-292-9495 | Fax: 614-292-2096
Address: 1958 Neil Avenue, Department of Statistics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43210
Note for prospective students:
Admissions to the graduate programs are determined by the department committee, not by individual faculty. My apology for not responding to emails regarding graduate admissions!