Research

Tahani Coolen-Maturi


Research Interests


Nonparametric Predictive Inference, Nonparametric Statistics, Modeling dependence, Statistical methodology in Finance, Reliability and Survival analysis, Diagnostic accuracy including ROC analysis, Uncertainty quantification including imprecise probability.


Current PhD students


  • Norah Alalyani: ‘Reproducibility of one-way layout tests’ (started October 2019, jointly supervised by Frank Coolen).

  • Abdulrahman Aldawsari: ‘New developments in parametric bootstrap’ (started October 2019, jointly supervised by Frank Coolen).

  • Reid Alotaibi: ‘Imprecise statistical methods for contingency tables’ (started October 2019, jointly supervised by Frank Coolen).

  • Ms Kholood Alyazidi: ‘Nonparametric predictive inference for inventory decisions’ (started October 2018, jointly supervised by Frank Coolen).

  • Mr Abdulmajeed Alharbi: ‘Nonparametric predictive inference for classification’ (started October 2018, 1st supervisor Frank Coolen).

  • Mr Masad Alrasheedi: ‘Nonparametric predictive inference for credit scoring and loan data’ (started October 2018, 2nd supervisor Frank Coolen).

  • Mr Assamh Alluhayb: ‘Nonparametric predictive inference bootstrap with right-censored data’ (started April 2018, jointly supervised by Frank Coolen).

  • Ms Andrea Mikulandova: ‘Reproducibility of statistical tests in pharmaceutical products development’ (started October 2017, jointly supervised by Frank Coolen; EPSRC-CASE project with AstraZeneca).

  • Ms Fatimah Alghamdi: ‘Reproducibility of statistical tests based on randomised response data’ (started October 2017, jointly supervised by Frank Coolen).

  • Mr Ali Mahnashi: ‘Nonparametric predictive inference for multiple future observations based on right-censored data’ (started April 2017, jointly supervised by Prof Frank Coolen).


Past PhD students


  • Mr Banjaran Surya Indrastomo: ‘Political Economy of the Emergence of Islamic Finance: A Ground Theory Approach to Negotiating the Institutionalisation of Islamic Finance in Indonesia’ (1st supervisor Prof Mehmet Asutay), Durham University Business School.

  • Ms Ting He (2019): ‘Nonparametric predictive inference for option pricing based on the binomial tree model’ (jointly supervised by Prof Frank Coolen), Department of Mathematical Sciences, Durham University.

  • Mr Junbin Chen (2019): ‘Contributions to nonparametric predictive inference for bernoulli data with applications in finance’ (jointly supervised by Prof Frank Coolen), Department of Mathematical Sciences, Durham University.

  • Mr Howard Dove (Mr Hoang Duong, 2018): ‘Distress Risk, Financial Crisis and Investment Strategies: Evidence from the United Kingdom’ (1st supervisor Prof Rob Dixon), Durham University Business School.

  • Ms Manal Alabdulhadi (2018): ‘Direct nonparametric methods for setting diagnostic thresholds’ (jointly supervised by Prof Frank Coolen), Department of Mathematical Sciences, Durham University.

  • Ms Noryanti Binti Muhammad (2016). ‘Predictive inference with copulas for bivariate data’ (jointly supervised by Prof Frank Coolen), Department of Mathematical Sciences, Durham University.

 

 

 

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