Jay Beder

Jay BederProfessor

Office: EMS E485
Phone: (414) 229-5280
E-mail: beder@uwm.edu
Web: http://pantherfile.uwm.edu/beder/www

Educational Degrees

Ph.D., Mathematical Statistics, George Washington, 1981
M.A., SUNY at Buffalo, 1971
B.A., Clark University, 1968

Teaching Awards

UWM Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching Award, 2003
Martine D. Meyer Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, 2002

Research Interests

  • Inference for Gaussian processes, and applications to evolutionary biology
  • Design of experiments and combinatorial design

Selected Service, Projects, and Scholarship

  • "Function-valued traits in natural populations: Variation, Selection and evolution", NSF collaborative grant, 2003-2009
  • Invariance of generalized wordlength patterns, J. Statist Planning and Inference 139 (2009), no. 8, 2706--2714, with Jeb F. Willenbring
  • Optimizing selection for function-valued traits. Journal of Mathematical Biology, 55:861-882, 2007, with Richard Gomulkiewicz
  • On the definition of effects in fractional factorial designs. Utilitas Mathematica, 66:47-60, 2004

My teaching philosophy, in pdf, dvi, or postscript format.

Jay Beder on MathSciNet