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Editor-in-Chief: Marc Genton

Online ISSN: 2049-1573

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Wiley is pleased to announce that Professor Marc G. Genton has taken over as Editor-in-Chief of Stat


Marc is currently Professor of Applied Mathematics and Computational Science at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia, where he leads a team conducting research in statistical analysis, modeling, prediction, and uncertainty quantification of spatio-temporal data. He has also received awards for his work in the field, such as the El-Shaarawi Award for Excellence from The International Environmetrics Society in 2010.

Marc brings a wealth of experience to the role and will undoubtedly steer Stat’s progression in new and exciting directions. In his new role, he plans to maintain Stat’s speed of publication and further improve the quality of accepted papers.

Wiley would also like to recognise the previous Editor-in-Chief, Nicholas Fisher, who launched Stat and has done an excellent job with its development thus far.

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