Assistant Professor and Reseacher in Statistics, Department of Political Sciences "J. Monnet"
Second University of Naples, Italy
Dr. Antonio Irpino is an Assistant professor and researcher in Statistics, Dept. of Political Sciences “J. Monnet”, Second University of Naples. He received his Degree in Economics from University of Naples “Federico II” and Degree thesis in Statistics: ”Factorial techniques for the Symbolic data Analysis” (1997), Ph. D. in “Computational statistics and its applications”, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University “Federico II” of Naples, Under the supervision of Prof. Carlo N. Lauro (2001), Post-doc grant in Statistics, Theme of research: “Data Mining and symbolic data analysis”, Department of Business Strategies and quantitative methodologies, Second University of Naples, Supervisor Prof. R. Verde (2002-2003), Fellowship in Information and Communication Technology, Regional centre an Software technologies, University of Sannio, Benevento (2004-2005).
Mathematics, Data Mining, Statistics, Algorithms, Applied Mathematics, Applied Statistics, Data Analysis, Biostatistics, Probability Theory, Multivariate Statistics, Computational Statistics, Clustering and Classification Methods, Mathematical Programming, Nonparametric Statistics, Statistical Computing, Temporal Data Mining, Multidimensional Scaling, Measure Theory, Frequentist (Statistics), Tourism Statistics, and Tourism (Mathematics).