Pedro Luiz Ramos is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Statistics in Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He was a Postdoc fellow from the University of São Paulo from 2018 until 2021. He received his Ph.D. degree in Statistics from the University of São Paulo in 2018, his M.S. degree in Applied and Computational Mathematics from the São Paulo State University, Brazil, and his B.S. degree in Statistics from the same university. His main research interests are in survival analysis, Bayesian inference, classical inference, quality control and reliability.
Ramos, P.L, Rodrigues F. Ramos, E., Dey D. Louzada, F. Power laws distributions in objective priors. Statistica Sinica. v34(1), p. 1-53, 2024.
Instructor, São Paulo University (USP), Brazil, 2015.
Lecture, Trevisan Business School, Ribeirão Bonito.
Lecture, Paulista University, Bauru.
Collaborator Professor, São Paulo University (USP), Sãao Carlos, 2018.
HONORS, AWARDS AND GRANTS
Finalist of the 2019 ANP Technological Innovation Award, (joint work with other institutions) Brazilian National Oil Agency.
Best Poster Award on Statistics and Data Science, 2nd Conference on Statistics and Data Science, Bahia, Brazil , 2018 .
2 Place in the Best Doctoral Thesis Award from 2016-2018, Brazilian National Symposium on Probability and Statistic, 2018.
NSF/QPRC Award, University of Connecticut, 2017 .
Student Travel Grant - Visiting Scholar at University of Connecticut with scholarship granted by CAPES (Brazilian Federal Agency), 2017.
Young doctor section - Regression Models School, Brazil, 2019.
Best thesis presentation - National Symposium on Probability and Statistics, Brazil, 2018.