RaphaËl Huser
Assistant Professor
Department of Applied Mathematics and Computational Science
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
Saudi Arabia
Biography
Prof. RAPHAËL HUSER intersection between statistics of extreme events, risk assessment, spatiotemporal statistics, and statistical approaches for large datasets, with particular focus on environmental applications such as the prediction of extreme flooding, droughts, and wind gusts. He is working as Assistant Professor in Department of Applied Mathematics and Computational Science, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia.
Research Interest
Professor Huser's main research interests lie at the intersection between statistics of extreme events, risk assessment, spatiotemporal statistics, and statistical approaches for large datasets, with particular focus on environmental applications such as the prediction of extreme flooding, droughts, and wind gusts. He develops statistical models for rare events, as well as efficient inference methods to fit them to data.
Publications

Davison AC, Huser R, Thibaud E. Geostatistics of dependent and asymptotically independent extremes. Mathematical Geosciences. 2013 Jul 1;45(5):51129.

Huser R, Davison AC. Space–time modelling of extreme events. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology). 2014 Mar 1;76(2):43961.