Professor, Oakland University
Ravindra Khattree, professor of applied statistics at Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan, received his graduate training at the Indian Statistical Institute in Calcutta. He received his PhD at the University of Pittsburgh in 1985. He is an author or coauthor of numerous research papers on theoretical and applied statistics in various national and international journals and conference proceedings. His research interests include multivariate analysis, experimental designs, quality control, repeated measures, and statistical inference. In addition to teaching graduate and undergraduate courses, Dr. Khattree regularly consults with industry and academic researchers on various applied statistics problems. He is also an associate editor of Communications in Statistics and an editor of InterStat, a statistics journal on the Internet.
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