Dr Malgorzata Wojtys
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Dr Malgorzata Wojtys

Lecturer in Statistics

School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics (Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Qualifications

  • Lecturer in Statistics (since 2013), Plymouth University, School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics .

 

  • Research Associate (2012-13), University College London, Department of Statistical Science (project: "Semiparametric sample selection models with applications"), with Dr Giampiero Marra).

 

  • Postdoctoral Researcher (2011-12), Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Computer Science (project: "Grade density estimation using model selection methods").

 

  • PhD in Mathematical Statistics (2011), Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science (project: "Estimation of  probability density and its functionals using model selection"), with Professor Jan Mielniczuk.

 

  • MSc in Mathematics (2006), Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science, with Professor Jacek Koronacki.

Research interests

Model selection, density estimation, density functionals estimation, sample selection models.

  • Wojtyś M., Marra G., Radice R. (2016) Copula regression spline sample selection models: the R package SemiParSampleSel. Journal of Statistical Software, 71(6), 1-66. DOI: 10.18637/jss.v071.i06

 

  • Radice R., Marra G., Wojtyś M. (2015) Copula regression spline models for binary outcomes. Statistics and Computing. DOI:10.1007/s11222-015-9581-6

 

  • Mielniczuk J., Wojtyś M. (2014) P-value model selection criteria for exponential families of increasing dimension. Metrika 77, 257-284.

 

  • Ciepiela P., Gniado M., Wesołowski J., Wojtyś M. (2012) Dynamic K-composite estimator for an arbitrary rotation scheme. Statistics in Transition 13, 7–20.

 

  • Wojtyś M. (2011) Post-model-selection method for density estimation. Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods 40, 3082–3098.

 

  • Mielniczuk J., Wojtyś M. (2010) Estimation of Fisher information using model selection. Metrika 72, 163–187.