SAMPRIT CHATTERJEE

Professor of Statistics
K-MEC 8-56
44 West Fourth St
New York, NY 10012
Phone: (212)998-0480
Fax: (212)995-4003
schatter@stern.nyu.edu



CURRICULUM VITAE

EDUCATION

1962-1966





Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.
Degree: Ph.D
Major: Statistics Minor: Mathematical Economics
Awarded a Harvard University Fellowship
Research Assistant (1964-1966);
to Professor W.G. Cochran of Harvard University
Teaching Fellow (1964-1966);
duties included teaching small classes
Dissertation written under the supervision of Professor W.G.
Cochran entitled, "Allocation Problems in Multivariate Surveys".
1961-1962

Cambridge University, England
Degree: Diploma in Statistics
Major: Mathematical Statistics
Minor: Mathematical Economics
Awarded a Post Graduate Studentship in Churchill College,
Cambridge.
1954-1960 Calcutta University, Calcutta. Degrees: B.S., M.S. First Class Honors with Distinction Major: Mathematics and Statistics

EMPLOYMENT

1973-Present Professor of Statistics Graduate School of Business Administration, New York University.
1994 Visiting Professor Kazakhstan Institute of Management (KIMEP), Almatay.
1995 Visiting Professor University Bucconi, Milan.
1995 Visiting Professor E.T.H., Zurich
1990 Program Director Statistics and Probability, National Science Foundation.
1987-1988 Visiting Professor Management Science, Sloan School of Management, MIT.
1987-1988 Visiting Professor Biostatistics, Harvard School of Public Health
1981 Visiting Professor Statistics, Stanford University, California.
1980 Visiting Professor Mathematics, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
1973 Research Scientist International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis, Vienna.
1972-1973 Visiting Research Fellow Statistics and Computer Science, University College, London
1966-1969 Assistant Professor of Statistics Graduate School of Business Administration, New York University.
1964-1966 Instructor, Boston University Consulting Statistician, Massachusetts Mental Health Center, the Teaching Hospital of Harvard Medical School. Helped in designing and analyzing studies in the clinical wards.

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Autocorrelations in the Detection of Cycles. Cycles, 1962.
  2. Side effects and Double Blind Studies. J. Psychiatric Research, Vol. 2, 1964.
  3. Allocation in Multivariate and Analytical Surveys (Abstract). Annals of Math. Stat., Vol. 35, No. 3, 1964.
  4. Tolerance Setting in Multivariate Surveys (Abstract). Annals of Math. Stat., Vol. 35, No. 3, 1966.
  5. A Programming Algorithm and its Statistical Applications. Technical Report No. 1, Department of Statistics, Harvard University, 1966.
  6. A note on Optimum Allocation. Skand. Akt., 1967.
  7. A Bayesian Analysis of Pilot Surveys (Abstract). Annals of Math. Stat., Vol. 39, No. 1, 1968.
  8. Method of Augmented Sampling. J. Royal Stat. Soc., Vol. 17, No. 3, 1968.
  9. Multivariate Stratified Surveys. Journal of American Statistical Association, Vol. 64, 1968.
  10. A Note on Comparison between Correlation Coefficients of Original and Transformed Variables. American Statistician, June 1969.
  11. An Operations Research Model for Optimal Product Quality and Price in Competitive Marketing. Proceedings of the International Conference on Quality Control, Tokyo, 1969.
  12. Prediction Using Pooled Regressions. Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section, American Statistical Association, December 1969.
  13. A Non-Parametric Approach to Credit Screening. Journal of American Statistical Association, May 1970.
  14. A Study of Optimum Allocation in Multivariate Stratified Surveys. Skand. Akt., 1972, Vol. 1.
  15. Estimating the Size of Wildlife Populations. Vol 1. Statistics by Examples. Eds. Mosteller et al. Addison Wesley.
  16. Estimating Wildlife Population by the Capture Recapture Method. Vol. 4. Statistics by Examples. Eds. Mosteller et al. Addison Wesley.
  17. Classification and Estimation of Several Multiple Regressions. Annals of Statistics, Vol. 2, 1974.
  18. A Mathematical Model for Pest Control. Biometrics, Vol. 29, December 1973.
  19. A Note on Data Based Normalizing Transformations. Proceedings of International Statistical Institute, Vol. 4, 1973.
  20. Sampling for Contaminants in Ecological Systems. Proceedings of Institute of Survey of Statisticians, Vienna, 1973.
  21. Forecasting Demand for Health Services. Proceedings of Health Services. Proceedings of Health Services and Systems Analysis Conference at Baden, Austria, 1974.
  22. Reaching a Consensus: Some Limit Theorems. Proceedings of International Statistical Institute, Warsaw, 1975.
  23. Application of Graph Theory in Sample Survey. Proceedings of International Institute of Survey Statisticians, 1976.
  24. Comparative Aspects of Materials Recycling. Studies in International Environmental Economics. Ingo Walter, Ed. John Wiley, 1976.
  25. Towards Consensus: Some Convergence Theorems on Repeated Averaging. Journal of Applied Probability, Vol. 14, 1977.
  26. Regression Analysis by Example. A text in the Wiley Series of Applied Probability and Statistics. John Wiley, 1977. (Translated in Japanese, 1980).
  27. Another look at Longley Series. Proceedings of the American Statistical Association, 1978.
  28. A Study of the Economic Impact of the Change in the Pari-Mutuel Tax on the Pari-Mutuel Industry in New York State. New York University, 1979.
  29. Walsh Transform Applications in the Automatic Detection and Processing of Sleep Apneas in infants with a "Near Miss" for SIDS. Fetal and Neonatal Measurements. P. Rolfe, Editor, Pitman London, 1980.
  30. Linear Systems Analysis Applications in the Study of Arterial Hemodynamics, Biofluid Mechanics, Vol. 2, D.J. Schneck, Editor, Plenum, 1980.
  31. On-Line Respiratory Monitoring in SIDS, Using Walsh Transform. Frontiers of Engineering in Health Care, I.E.E.E., 1980.
  32. On Combining Expert Opinion, Tech. Report 49, Stanford University, 1981.
  33. Fitting Linear Regression Models to censored Data by Least Squares and the Method of Maximum Likelihood. Tech. Report 51, Stanford University, 1981.
  34. "New Lamps for Old: An Exploratory Analysis of Running Times in Olympic Games". Applied Statistics (J.R.S.S. Series C), 1982.
  35. "Estimation of Misclassification Probabilities by Bootstrap Methods". Communication in Statistics (Simulation and Computation) 1983.
  36. Issues in Assessing the Accuracy of Household and Residential Transportation Consumption Data. Energy Information Administration, 1985.
  37. An Assessment of the Quality of Selected U.S. Consumption Data. Energy Information Administration, 1985.
  38. "Influential Observations, High Leverage Points and Outliers in Linear Regression". Statistical Science, Vol 1, No. 3, 1986.
  39. "Fitting Linear Regression Models to Censored Data by Least Squares and Maximum Likelihood Methods". Communications in Statistics, (Theory and Methods), Vol. 15, 1986.
  40. "On Combining Expert Opinion". American Journal of Mathematical and Management Science, 1987.
  41. "Making Statistics More Effective in Business Schools". Report of the Second Annual Conference. New York University, 1987.
  42. "Impact of Simultaneous Deleting of a Variable and an Observation on a Linear Regression Equation. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 6, 1988.
  43. Sensitivity Analysis in Linear Regression. A Text in the Wiley Series of Applied Probability and Statistics. John Wiley, 1988.
  44. "The Combining of Forecasts Using Recursive Techniques with Non-Stationary Weights". Journal of Forecasting, 1989.
  45. "Making Statistics More Effective in Business Schoo"l. American Statistician, 1989.
  46. "A Note on finding Extreme Points in Multivariate Space". Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 10, 1990.
  47. Regression Analysis by Example. Second Edition, John Wiley, 1991.
  48. "The Effect of Measurement Error on the Observed Least Squares Estimate". Matrix Analysis and Applications, 14, 1993.
  49. "Confidentiality Guaranteed: A Non-Invasive Procedure for Collecting Sensitive Information". Communications in Statistics (Theory and Methods), Vol. 22, 1993.
  50. Praxis der Regressionsanalyse. Oldenbourg, 1995.
  51. A Casebook for a First Course in Statistics and Data Analysis. John Wiley, 1995.
  52. "Robust Regression: A Weighted Least Squares Approach". Communication in Statistics, Theory and Methods, 26, 1997.
  53. Teaching Statistics Effectively. Proceedings of the International Statistical Institute, Istanbul, 1997.
  54. A Re-weighted Least Squares Method for Robust Regression Estimation and Outlier Detection, In press.
  55. Regression Analysis by Example. Third Edition, John Wiley, 2000.
  56. "Strain-dependent differences in the efficiency of transgenic mouse production", Transgenic Research 12: 2003.


AWARDS, EDITORIAL WORK

  1. Associate Book Review Editor, Journal of American Statistical Association.
  2. Book Review Editor, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics.
  3. Reviewer of numerous N.I.H., N.S.F. research proposals
  4. Presented the invited short course at the annual meeting of the American Statistical Association in New Orleans, 1988.
  5. Presented the invited short course at the annual A.S.Q.C. meeting in Atlantic City, 1988.
  6. Awarded the T.L. Saaty Prize for the paper "On Combining Expert Opinion", 1988.
  7. Chairman, Curriculum Committee of "Making Statistics More Effective in Business Schools".
  8. Numerous book reviews in J.A.S.A., JBES; referees for paper in Annals, J.A.S.A. Technometrics, Biometrics.
  9. Elected to the membership of the International Statistical Institute.
  10. Associate Editor, International Statistical Institute Review.
  11. Member, National Committee to Review Energy Statistics at Energy Information Agency.
  12. Elected Fellow, American Statistical Association.
  13. Awarded Fulbright Fellowship Kazakstan, 1994-1995.
  14. Awarded Fulbright Fellowship Mongolia, 1999-2000.


MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES


CONSULTING EXPERIENCE

1966 The City of New York. Taxi Industry in New York City. Planning and Analysis of Survey Results.
1967-1968 Dunn and Bradstreet. Market Research Studies.
1968-1970 Rand Corporation. Delivery of Public Services, Time Series Analysis.
1968 Agency for International Development (A.I.D). Advanced Lectures on Decision Analysis in Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo.
1969 Foote Cone and Bleding. Market Research Studies.
1970-1972 Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Econometric Analysis.
1971 Institute of Judicial Administration. A Study of the Louisiana Court System to Improve Efficiency.
1972 Management Research Institute. Scoring of Competitions.
1976 New York City Bar Association. A Study evaluating the Effect of Drug Laws.
1977-1980 Montefiore Hospital, New York. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (Crib Death) study.
1980-1981 New York State Racing and Wagering Board. A Study of the Economic Impact of the Change in Pari-Mutuel.
1985-1986 Department of Energy. Assessing the Quality of Survey Data.