Frederic R. Paik Schoenberg
UCLA Masters of Applied Statistics program; Department of Statistics
8965 Math Sciences Building
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1554
I am a Professor of Statistics at UCLA, and was chair of the department from 2012-2015 and vice chair from 2006-2012. My research focuses on spatial-temporal point processes, and their applications especially to the study of earthquakes, epidemics, wildfires, and crimes. I am also the founder and editor of the Journal of Environmental Statistics and Associate Editor of the Annals of Applied Statistics. I received my Ph.D. in Statistics, University of California, Berkeley and B.S., Mathematics, Honors and Magna cum Laude, Brown University.