Research

Publications

[1] Lee, M. and Lee, J. (2021) Long-term trend analysis of extreme coastal sea levels with changepoint detection. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C (Applied Statistics), 70:2, 434-458, DOI: 10.1111/rssc.12466

[2] Lee, M. and Lee, J. (2020) Trend and return level of extreme snow events in New York City. The American Statistician, 74:3, 282-293, DOI: 10.1080/00031305.2019.1592780.

Presentations

[1] Long-term trend analysis of extreme coastal sea levels with changepoint detection, Applied Math and Statistics Seminar, Boise, ID, Nov 16, 2021

[2] Trend analysis of extreme coastal sea levels from a semi-global tide gauge data set, Joint Statistical Meetings, Denver, CO, Jul 28, 2019

[3] Extreme snow events: In our past, is it our future?, Three Minute Thesis Competition, Boise, ID, Apr 11, 2017

[4] A return level analysis of the January 2016 Blizzard in New York City, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Atlanta, GA, Jan 7, 2017

[5] A return level analysis of the January 2016 Blizzard in New York City, Computational Science and Engineering Seminar, Boise, ID, Dec 8, 2016

[6] Modeling extreme weather events, SIAM Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, Jul 11, 2016

[7] The hot hand in number matching lottery games, Millikin University Undergraduate Math Conference, Decatur, IL, Nov 8, 2014

[8] The hot hand in number matching lottery games, Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Math Conference, Terre Haute, IN, Apr 11, 2014