I am a PhD candidate from Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics,
Monash University, Australia under the supervision of Professor Rob J. Hyndman and
Professor Kate Smith-Miles. My research centers around computational statistics. My dissertation focuses on anomaly detection in streaming time series data. I am also interested in general data science problems.
Time Series Analysis
Ph.D. (Reading) Monash University, Australia (begun 2016)
This award is given for best presentation by a young statistician at https://iscbasc2018.com/. Nick and Dilini were runners up for this prize.
EJG Pitman Prize (https://iscbasc2018.com/conference-awards/):
This prize is awarded for the most outstanding talk presented by a ‘young statistician’ at an Australian Statistical Conference.
Following is an extract from the SSA Regulations which outline the rules of the EJG Pitman Prize.
Impact and Engagement Award was awarded to Dilini Talagala. Awarded from the ACEMS.
The ACEMS Impact and Engagement Award aims to acknowledge and celebrate ACEMS members who actively engage in the translation of their research findings/outputs/insights to applications, use and uptake outside of academia. This award recognises research interactions with industry, Government, non-governmental organisations, communities and community organisations; and research contributions to the economy, society and environment.