Haiyan Wang

Associate Professor
Department of Statistics
Kansas State University

Ph.D.: Statistics (2004), Pennsylvania State Univ.

Office Information
  • E-mail:  hwang@ksu.edu 
  • Room:  Dickens 108E
  • Phone:  (785) 532-0519
  • Fax:  (785) 532-7736
 
Courses Taught at K-State
  • Stat 490: Statistics for Engineering I (Spring 2007, Fall 2007, Fall 2011, Spring 2013)
  • Stat 510: Introductory Probability and Statistics I (Fall 2004)
  • Stat 702: Statistical Methods for the Social Sciences (Spring 2005, Spring 2006, Spring 2010)
  • Stat 703: Statistical Methods for Natural Scientists (Fall 2009, Fall 2010, Spring 2013)
  • Stat 706: Basic Elements of Statistical Theory (Fall 2004, Fall 2005, Fall 2006)
  • Stat 716:  Nonparametric Statistics (Fall 2011, Fall 2013)
  • Stat 726: Introduction to Splus/R computing (Spring 2009)
  • Stat 745: Statistical Graphics (Spring 2006(2nd half), Spring 2008, Spring 2010, Spring 2012)
  • Stat 770: Theory of Statistics (Fall 2006, Fall 2008, Fall 2013)
  • Stat 825: Numerical Methods for Statistics (Spring 2011)
  • Stat 902: Generalized Lineal Models (Spring 2005, Spring 2007, Spring 2009)
  • Stat 903: Spatial and Longitudinal Data Analysis (Fall 2005, Fall 2007, Fall 2009, Spring 2011)
  • Stat 904: Resampling methods (Spring 2014)
  • Stat 950: Data Mining (Spring 2006, Fall 2010)
  • Stat 950: Special topics on hypothesis testing in high-dimensional data (Spring 2005)
  • Stat 981:  Advanced Inference (Spring 2012)
Research Interests
  • Nonparametric methods for design and analysis
  • Longitudinal and functional data analysis
  • High dimensional data analysis with applications in high-throughput data
  • Rank tests for experimental designs
  • Image analysis
  • Bioinformatics

 Publications  See my Curricum Vitae for the list of publications

Curriculum Vitae

These publications spread across the following five different areas in addition to applications in agriculture, public health, and entomology. The link below gives a

summary of research with my advisor, students and collaborators on methodology

(1) Inference based on original observations for hypothesis testing.
(2) Rank based inference for high dimensional data.

(3)  Rank-Test-based clustering for high dimensional data.
(4)  Digital image quality assessment and image pixel classification and segmentation.
(5) Variable selection and modeling for high dimensional data

Editorial Service

Associate Editor for Journal of Nonparametric Statistics, Statistics Research Letters and Open Journal of Statistics.

Review Editor for Frontiers in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

Students
  •  Past Students and their Current Positions
    • George von Borries, Ph. D. 2008, (current position: Assistant Prof., Tenure track, Univ. of Brasilia) 
    • Ke Zhang (Kurt), Ph. D. 2008, (current position: Assistant Prof., Tenure track, Univ. of North Dakota) 
    • Siti Tolos, Ph.D. 2010, First job: Assistant Prof.,  International Islamic Univ. of Malaysia)  
    • Girly Ramirez (Ph.D. 2013, First job: Novatis, North Carolina)
    • Lei Dong (Isaac), M.S. 2009, (current position: Senior Research Analyst, Department of Biostatistics, and Data Manager for Office of Scholarly, Academic & Research Mentoring (OSARM), Department of Internal Medicine, University of Kansas Medical Center, )  
    • Sharad Silwal, M.S. 2009, (jointly with Dr. Diego Maldonado. Currently: Tenure track Assitant Prof., Northland College)  
    • Santosh Ghimire , M.S. 2011. (Currently: Assistant Professor, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal)
    • Liang Peng, M.S. 2011. (Currently: Ph.D. student in Computer Science, Utah State Univ.)
    • Dustin Maurer, M.S. 2011. (Jointly with Dr. Susan Brown. Currently: Ph.D. student in Bioinformatics, University of Kansas)
    • Dayou Jiang, M.S. 2012. (First job: Turner, Kansas City)
    • Eric Mann (M.S. 2011. First Job: Consultant, a private firm at Kansas City)
  •  Current Students
    • Mohammed Gharaibeh (Ph.D.)
    • Mohammad Sahtout (Ph.D.)
    • Bo Tong (Ph.D.)
Links
 
  
Updated Tuesday, May 06, 2014