David R. Brillinger

Ph. D. (Princeton), D. Sc. (McMaster, Toronto, Western), D. Math. (Waterloo)

Fellow Royal Society of Canada

Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Foreign Member Brazilian Academy of Sciences

Foreign Member Norwegian Academy of Science and Arts

"People Are Different", 2016 Bernoulli-IMS Tukey Lecture, 12 July 2016, Toronto

David at U of T Convocation

Convocation speech.

Spring 2017 Courses and Office Hours

"Marine Mammal Movents: Data Analysis and Theory" Building a Bio-analytical Theory for Analysis of Marine Mammal Movements, UBC Peter Wall Institute International Research Roundtable May 4-8, 2015

marine mammal movements papers

"Wildfires and Elk and the US Forest Service" plenary Talk at 2014 Society of American Foresters National Convention Salt Lake City, October

John and David

Commencement address, UCLA, 16 June 2012

Video of one of the 2010 Shumway Lectures

"A conversation with David R. Brillinger" Victor Panaretos (2011)

Statistical Society of Canada Honourary Membership, Societe statistique du Canada membre honoraire

Keepers of the flame, NZIMAges

What Seismology, NeuroScience and Seals Have in Common

"Random trajectories: some theory and applications"
3rd cycle romand de Statistique et de Probabilites Apliquees, September 2009, Ovronnaz
Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3

A unified approach to modelling trajectories Video of PIMS Distinguished Lecture, Simon Fraser University April 19, 2007

Probabilistic Risk Modelling at the Wildland Urban Interface: the 2003 Cedar Fire, II First TIES North America Regional Meeting, Seattle 2007

Synthetic plots: history and examples 2006 BIRS Conference pdf's.

A personal view of Bruce Bolt's career in seismology, earthquake engineering and public service Powerpoint of lecture, Lisbon, November 2005

The 2005 Neyman Lecture: Dynamic Indeterminism In Science Powerpoint of lecture, IMS Minneapolis, August 2005

Risk analysis of two marked point process data sets Slides and audio of Fields Meeting, 26 May 2005

An exploratory data analysis (EDA) of the paths of moving animals Slides and audio at Fields Meeting honouring David Andrews, 23 May 2002

John W. Tukey and robust/resistant time series analysis Streaming video of ICORS 2002 opening talk, 12 May 2002

Studying the tracks of elephant seals PIMS Opening Meeting, University of Victoria, October 4, 1996. Streaming video.

A. J. Nicholson's Sheep Blowfly Experiment 97(I) data

Other web available materials

DRB's Postal Address: Statistics Department, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720-3860
Telephone: 510-642-0611 Fax: 510-642-7892
E-mail address: brill@stat.berkeley.edu

Academic vita, list of pre 1990 publications and list of 1990 on publications

Some 35 papers are reproduced in "Selected Works of David Brillinger" P. Guttorp and D. Brillinger, eds. Springer, New York

Time Series: Data Analysis and Theory (1975)

Scientific Ancestors

David's students

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5 September 2016