Takeshi Emura (江村剛志)'s Home        
PROFILE:    

I was born in Tokyo, Japan.  I obtained my Ph.D. from Institute of Statistics, National Chao Tung University (Taiwan) under Dr. Weijing Wang. Now, I am Associate Professor in Graduate Institute of Statistics, National Central University, Taiwan.

I am Associate Editor for Computational Statistics & Data Analysis (2018-), and Japanese Journal of Statistics & Data Science (2017-). 

     

Address:  Graduate Institute of Statistics, National Central University, Taoyuan, Taiwan;  Email: takeshiemura@gmail.com   

RESEARCH INTEREST:

Survival analysis, Copula model, Dependent censoring/truncation, Competing risks analysis, Prognostic prediction with gene expressions, Double-truncation

EVENTS:

2018/6/29-30: South Taiwan Statistics Conference, National Cheng Kung University
        *Chair of invited Session High-dimensional Data Aanlysis

        *Speaker of invited Session Survival Analysis
2018/7/4-11 : Visit Prof. Il-Do Ha & Seminar talk,  Dept. of Statistics, Pukyong National University, Busan, Korea
2018/9/9-13:  Presentation in Japanese Joint Statistical Meeting, Tokyo
2018/11/9-10: CSA & International Conference, National Central University http://www.stat.ncu.edu.tw/application/views/ch/test/test.php
       *Chair & Speaker of invited Session Medical Statistics
2018/12/14-16: CMStatistics 2018, University of Pisa, Italy
        *Organized Invited Session, EO332: Survival Analysis and Copula

 
New book on survival analysis:
Emura T, Chen YH (2018),  Analysis of Survival Data with Dependent Censoring, Copula-Based Approaches
( JSS Research Series in Statistics, Springer), Final Manuscript

MEMBERSHIP:

1) A member of a specialized team Statistical Analysis of Event Time on CM Statistics (Computational and Methodological Statistics).

2) A regular member of Japanese Statistical Society.

3) A permanent member of the Chinese Institute of Probability and Statistics.

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