Peter F. Craigmile

Professor, Department of Statistics, The Ohio State University

Email: pfc <at>
Office: Cockins Hall, Room 427

Peter Craigmile's research interests include time series analysis, spatial statistics, space-time modeling, and longitudinal methods. He is interested in the use of spectral and wavelet methods to investigate dependency structures and to analyze periodicities and trends. One application of this is to the study of long memory processes. He also works on methodology for spatial extrema and exceedances. He enjoys application-oriented research in areas such as Climatology, Environmental Sciences, Public Health, and Psychology.

He is a fellow of the American Statistical Association, the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, and The Royal Statistical Society. He is an elected member of the International Statistical Institute. He is a member of the International Environmetrics Society, the International Society for Bayesian Analysis, and the Edinburgh Mathematical Society.

(Curriculum vitae)


Here is a list of publications, as well as some recent and upcoming presentations.


Here is some more detail on courses and short courses that I am currently teaching or have taught.


Here is some software that I have created in collaboration with others.