Dr Órlaith Burke
Junior Research Fellow Kellogg College
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Keywords: Seasonal Behaviour and Functional Data Analysis (FDA), Time-Series Cross-Sectional (TSCS) models, Sampling methodologies.
Application areas: Radiological Protection, Social and Political Sciences, Medical Research (Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Orthopaedics)
I completed a first class honours degree in Mathematical Science in University College Dublin in 2006. I began work on my PhD in Statistics in the September of that same year, under the supervision of Dr. Patrick Murphy. I was a Visiting Scholar in the Department of Statistics in Columbia University, New York for several months in 2009. During my time there I worked with Prof. Richard Davis and his research team. I joined the Department of Statistics in the University of Oxford as a Departmental Lecturer in September 2010 and joined Kellogg College that same year.
Burke Ó., Long S., Murphy P., Organo C., Fenton D., Colgan P.A. (2010)
Estimation of seasonal correction factors through Fourier decomposition analysis – a new model for indoor radon levels in Ireland. Journal of Radiological Protection 30, 433
Hardiman N., Murphy P., Burke Ó. (2010) Book Chapter
The Politics of Economic Adjustment in a Small Open Economy. Continuity, Change and Crisis in Contemporary Ireland, Routledge
Hardiman N., Murphy P., Burke Ó. (2008)
The Social Compensation Hypothesis Revisited. Irish Political Studies, Volume 23, Issue 4 December, pages 599 – 626