I am a professor of statistics in the school of mathematics and statistics, UCD. I graduated with a PhD in statistics from the University of Glasgow in 1999. Following post-doctoral positions at Queensland University of Technology, University of Cambridge and Athens University of Economics and Business, I joined the University of Glasgow as a lecturer in 2002 and then as a reader in statistics from 2006. In 2007 I was appointed as an associate professor at University College Dublin and was subsequently appointed full professor in 2014.
My research interests lie broadly in Bayesian statistics, Monte Carlo methods and statistical network analysis.
Insight Researchers: Nial FrielOrganising Body: School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Southampton, Event: School of Mathematics and Statistics seminar at the University of Southampton, Venue: University of SouthamptonDate: 15/02/2018Event Type: Invited SeminarPresentation Type: Invited speaker
Insight Researchers: Nial FrielOrganising Body: SPDSA, Event: 2016 Workshop on Statistical Physics of Disordered Systems and Its Applications, Venue: Akiu Resort Hotel Sakan Date: 27/01/2016Event Type: WorkshopPresentation Type: Invited speaker
Insight Researchers: Nial FrielOrganising Body: University of Kent, Event: School of Mathematics, Statistics & Actuarial Science Dept. Seminar, Venue: University of KentDate: 19/03/2015Event Type: SeminarPresentation Type: Invited speaker
Insight Researchers: Nial FrielOrganising Body: School of Social Sciences, Manchester University, Event: Mitchell Centre Seminar Series, Venue: Manchester UniversityDate: 04/03/2015Event Type: Invited SeminarPresentation Type: Invited speaker
Insight ParticipantNial FrielNon-Insight ParticipantHelen Ogden, Christian RobertSponsor OrganisationCentre for Research in Statistical Methodology, Warwick, LocationUnited KingdomStart Date20/04/2016 to End Date22/04/2016