Professor Jeremy Oakley

School of Mathematics and Statistics

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J.Oakley@shef.ac.uk
+44 114 222 3853

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Professor Jeremy Oakley
School of Mathematics and Statistics
I16
Hicks Building
Hounsfield Road
Sheffield
S3 7RH
Profile

Professor Oakley obtained his BSc (1996) in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Nottingham, and his PhD (2000) in Statistics from the University of Sheffield. He has worked as a post- doctoral research associate in both the Department of Computer Science and Department of Probability and Statistics, University of Sheffield, before starting a lectureship in Probability and Statistics in 2002. He has various research interests in Bayesian statistics including uncertainty quantification for computer models, prior elicitation and Bayesian methods in health economics.

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Conference proceedings papers

Posters

  • Ren S, Oakley J & Stevens JW (2018) Evidence synthesis with limited studies. HTAi 2018, Vancouver, Canada. RIS download Bibtex download
  • Ren S, Oakley J & Stevens JW (2017) Evidence synthesis for health technology assessment with limited studies.. . ISPOR Glasgow 2017. RIS download Bibtex download
  • Ren S, Oakley JE & Stevens JW (2017) EVidence Synthesis For Health Technology Assessment With Limited Studies. RIS download Bibtex download
Research group

Statistics

Grants

Current grants, as Coinvestigator

Uncertainty Quantification in Prospective and Predictive Patient Specific Cardiac Models EPSRC

Past grants, as Principal Investigator

Gaussian Process Emulators for Numerical Models INO
Simulation Tools for Automated and Robust Manufacturing EPSRC
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Past grants, as Coinvestigator

Development of a fully Bayesian framework for the identification and estimation of subgroup effects in Randomised Controlled Trials MRC
Calibration and analysis of complex models: methodological development and application to explore the impact of HAART in Africa MRC
Managing Uncertainty in Complex Models 2 (MUCM2) EPSRC
Managing Uncertainty in Complex Models EPSRC
Coupled models: Expert judgement, emulators and model uncertainty EPSRC
Simplicity, complexity and modelling EPSRC
BAMRA: Bayesian approaches in microbial risk assessment (Working group) NERC
Mathematics for data modelling EPSRC
The probability of rapid climate change NERC
The probability of rapid climate change NERC
Teaching activities
MAS113 Introduction to Probability and Statistics