Jan Hannig received his Mgr, MS equivalent, in mathematics in 1996 from the Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic. He received his Ph.D. in statistics and probability in 2000 from Michigan State University, under the direction of Professor A.V. Skorokhod.
From 2000 to 2008 Jan was on the faculty of the Department of Statistics at Colorado State University where he was promoted to an Associate Professor in 2006. He joined the Department of Statistics and Operation Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2008 and was promoted to Professor in 2013.
Statistics, Fiducial Inference, and Stochastic Processes.
During my career, I developed rather diverse research interests in data science, theoretical statistics and probability. In particular there are four major areas in which I have made multiple contributions: generalized fiducial inference, methodology and theory for data integration, analytical probability and application to engineering, finance, genomics, and forensic science.