Computer Science (School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics)
Research Program: Human-Machine Interaction
Dr Glenn Stone is an Associate Professor in the School of Computing and Mathematics. He holds a BA in Mathematics (Oxford), an MSc in Computer Science (Manchester) and a PhD in Statistics (Bath).
After a period of teaching Statistics at the University of Bath, he moved to Australia and joined the CSIRO in 1993. There he worked on the development and application of statistical methods for a wide range of areas, including spatial smoothing, data mining, insurance risk and biostatistics.
From 1999 to 2003 he was a Principal Research Analyst at Insurance Australia Group, returning to CSIRO in 2003 to work in bioinformatics and biostatistics, and more recently remote sensing. He joined UWS in 2011.
Computationally intensive statistical methods with applications in:
- Flow Cytometry in Food Safety
- Remote Sensing
- Wavelet methods for non-Gaussian data
Qualifications and Honours
- PhD. in Statistics, "Bivariate Splines", University of Bath, UK. 1988
- M.Sc. Computer Science, "Implementing Inference Rule Systems: Some Experiments", University of Manchester, UK. 1985
- B.A.(Hons) Mathematics, (First class), University of Oxford, UK. 1984