I received my PhD in statistics from Monash University, Australia in 2019. My thesis advisors were Professor Rob J Hyndman and Professor George Athanasopoulos. My research focuses on developing new statistical machine learning tools to help both practitioners and theoreticians make more open, explainable and reproducible data-driven discoveries. I am also interested in R programming language.
Time Series Analysis
PhD in Statistics, Monash University
Prizes, awards and special recognition
ISF travel award to attend the 39th International Symposium on Forecasting was awarded to Thiyanga Talagala. Awarded from the International Institute of Forecasters.
Impact and Engagement Award was awarded to Thiyanga 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
ISF travel award to attend the 38th International Symposium on Forecasting was awarded to Thiyanga Talagala. Awarded from the International Institute of Forecasters.