Wilfrid Kendall's Personal Page
I am a professor in the Statistics department at the University of Warwick. My research interests lie mostly in probability theory, and include: random processes, stochastic geometry, stochastic calculus, computer algebra in statistics and probability, and perfect simulation. I am President-Elect of the Bernoulli Society as of 25 August 2011. I have been co-director of APTS (with my colleague David Firth) since October 2007.
Here you can see a picture of four of my favourite people from a few years ago,
while here is a picture of me, when I was slightly more youthful.
Teaching and Related Matters, 2012/2013
I shall be teaching the following lecture course this year:
My office is Room C0.17 in the Mathematics and Statistics Building.
Office hours in Term 3 (2012-2013): Tuesdays 1000-1100, Thursdays 1000-1100 (not Weeks 1 or 10).
- linked by topic,
- including (some) illustrative pictures.
I have also made available some collections of slides for recent talks.
Seminars and reading groups at Warwick Statistics
Back in 1988 I founded the Midlands Probability Theory Seminars. The Probability at Warwick initiative P@W now collects together this and a number of other activities related to the probability research community. The main Statistics (CRiSM) Seminars are run by John Aston.
Here are some links relevant to my editing and other activity in the world of statistics and probability. I am an associate editor for the following journals and monograph series: