Ismihan Bayramoglu (Bairamov) is presently a Professor of mathematics and statistics and the Dean of Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Izmir University of Economics, Turkey. He graduated from the Faculty of Applied Mathematics of Baku State University, Azerbaijan, and he received his Ph.D. degree in probability and statistics from Kiev University, Ukraine in 1988. After his graduation, he worked at the Institute of Cybernetics of the Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan, Baku State University, and Azerbaijan Aerospace Agency as a Researcher and Lecturer. Between 1993 and 2001, he worked as a Professor teaching probability and statistics courses in Ankara University, and since 2001, he teaches at the Department of Mathematics of Izmir University of Economics. His research interests focus mainly on the theory of statistics, probability, theory order statistics, nonparametric statistics, and multivariate distributions and copulas. He has published more than 80 articles and chapters in books dealing with a wide range of theoretical and applied issues of statistics and applications. He has organized two international conferences devoted to the advances in characterizations, models, and theory of ordered statistical data in Turkey. He has received the Science Prize of Ankara University in 2001 for his contributions. He serves as an associate editor and was a guest editor of several international journals.
Biography Updated on 9 October 2012