Nikos Ignatiadis

Hi! I am Nikos, a fifth year PhD student in Stanford's Statistics department, advised by Stefan Wager. I am interested in empirical Bayes and multiple testing methods in the presence of contextual side information, often drawing upon nonparametrics and convex optimization. I am currently supported by a generous Ric Weiland Graduate Fellowship.

Before coming to Stanford, I received degrees in Mathematics (BSc), Molecular Biotechnology (BSc) and Scientific Computing (MSc) at the University of Heidelberg in Germany. There, I worked with Wolfgang Huber at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory.

You can find me on Github, Twitter and Google Scholar or email me at ignat@stanford.edu. A copy of my CV is available here.