Judith Rousseau
Judith Rousseau
Professor of Statistics, University of Oxford
Fellow, Jesus College

Professor of statistics at Université Paris Dauphine
I am a Professor in the department of Statistics and a professorial Fellow at Jesus College, University of Oxford. I am also professor at University Paris Dauphine-PSL University You can find my CV here C.V.

Research interests

My research interests range from theoretical aspects of Bayesian procedures, both parametric and nonparametric, to more methodological developments. From a theoretical perspective I am interested in the interface between Bayesian and frequentist approaches, looking at frequentist properties of Bayesian methods in complex, high dimensional or nonparametric models. From a more methodological perspective, I have worked on MCMC or related algorithms or on the elicitation of subjective priors.



Cian Naik . Co - supervised with F. Caron on Bayesian network models
Francesca Panero. Co - supervised with F. Caron on asymptotics for Bayesian network models
Soufiane Hayou . Co - supervised with A. Doucet on Deep neural network and Bayesian nonparametrics


 PhD students

    Soleiman Khazaei, Julyan Arbel, Jean-Bernard Salomond, Zoe van Havre, Elodie Vernet, Zacharie Naulet


    Willem Kruijer; Bartek Knapik; Botond Szabo; William Yoo

Scientific activities

 Editorial work

current activities within ISBA (International Society of Bayesian Analysis)

current activities within IMS (Institute of Mathematical Statistics)

    I am program secretary of the IMS and a fellow of the IMS.


SB3a/MSc Foundations of statistics (Michaelmas Term 2018)

Contact Information

Judith Rousseau
Department of Statistics
University of Oxford
24-29 St Giles
OX1 3LB, Oxford
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1865 282 865
Email: judith.rousseau@stats.ox.ac.uk