Ilmun Kim

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Ilmun Kim
Research Associate
Statistical Laboratory
University of Cambridge

E-mail: ik396 (AT) cam (DOT) ac (DOT) uk

About me

I am a research associate in the Statistical Laboratory at the University of Cambridge advised by Professor Richard Samworth and Rajen Shah. Prior to joining the University of Cambridge, I got my Ph.D. in Statistics and Data Science at Carnegie Mellon University advised by Professor Larry Wasserman and Sivaraman Balakrishnan.

My research interests are broadly in the areas of high-dimensional statistics, nonparametric inference and statistical learning theory. Currently my focus is on developing and understanding distribution-free and robust methods applied to hypothesis testing problems. I am also interested in asymptotic theory, concentration of measure and minimax theory as tools for resolving and understanding modern statistical problems.