Prof. Zhiliang Ying
Zhiliang Ying is currently the Co-Chair and a professor of Department of
Statistics at Columbia University. He was the Director of the Institute
of Statistics at Rutgers University from 1997 to 2001 and the president
of ICSA (2003).
He is an elected Fellow of Institute of Mathematical Statistics (1995),
an elected Fellow of American Statistical Association (1999), and the
recipient of the Morningside Gold Medal of Applied Mathematics (2004).
He is currently an Associate editor of JASA (2005-) and Statistica
Sinica (1993-). He was an Associate Editor of Annals of Statistics
(1998-2004), an Associate Editor of Biometrics (1997-2000), an Associate
Editor of Lifetime Data Analysis (1996-2000). He is the IMS Program Chair
at 2002 Joint Statistical Meeting, a member of NIH Biostatistics Study
Section (1998, 1999), the Co-Chair of 1997 ICSA Applied Statistics
Symposium, the Co-Chair of 2000 ICSA Applied Statistics Symposium,
the Co-Chair of 2004 ICSA International Statistical Conference, a member
of IMS New Researchers Committee (1990-1993), a member of IMS Special
Lectures Committee (2003-present). Prof. Ying has served as the
principal investigator on many NSF and NIH grants.
Prof. Ying was the principal thesis advisor for 21 Ph.D students
and gave 88 invited talk in professional meetings, universities all
over the country and abroad including the Mainland China, Hong Kong
and Taiwan. He has published an astonishing 103 research articles
in professional journals.