Mohammad Arashi, PhD, born in 1981, is an Associate Professor at Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran and an Extraordinary Professor and C2 rated researcher at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. He has won several prestigious (inter)national awards and has published over 130 articles in accredited journals. He has co-authored two books in John Wiley. His research interests include Shrinkage estimation, High-Dimensional data analysis, Nonparametric statistics, Longitudinal data analysis, Network data, and graphical modelling.
Associate Professor Faculty of Mathematical Sciences. PhD. Statistics
University: Ferdowsi University of Mashhad
Research Interests: Multivariate Analysis, Shrinkage Estimation
Professional & Scientific Membership: Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS), Bernoulli Society (BS), American Statistical Association (ASA), Iranian Statistical Society (ISC), Iranian Mathematical Society (IMS), Iranian Statistical Society (ISS), South African Statistical Association (SASA)
Awards & Patents: Winner of ISI Jan Tinbergen Award in 2009, Winner of Dr. Behboodian Award and elected as the best Iranian young researcher in Statistics in 2012, Winner of Dr. Behboodian Award 2016, Winner of Dr Bozorgnia 2016