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Name:Wang Shanshan
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Email:sswang@buaa.edu.cn
Title: Assistant Professor
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[Research Areas]

Semi-parametric analysis, Variable selection and hypothesis testing under sparse case; Survival analysis; Statistics analysis in economics and management

[Education Background]

PhD Statistics Beijing Normal University 2011/09-2014/07

Master Statistics Beijing Normal University 2008/09-2011/07

Bachelor Applied Mathematics Qingdao University 2004/09-2008/07

[Oversea Background]

Post-doc Statistics Nanyang Technology University Singapore 2014/08-2015/12

Research Associate Statistics Nanyang Technology University Singapore 2013/09-2014/05

[Work Experience]

Lecturer Quantitative Economics and Business Statistics BUAA-SEM 2015/12-

[Courses]

1. Master & PhD:

Advanced Economics; Statistics with applications in R; Statistics; Nonparametric and Semi-parametric Models

2. Undergraduate:

Applied Statistics

[Selected Papers]

1. Wang Shanshan and Xiang Liming* (2016). Penalized empirical likelihood inference for sparse additive hazards regression with a diverging number of covariates. Statistics and Computing, Published online (DOI: 10.1007/s11222-016-9690-x)http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11222-016-9690-x?wt_mc=Internal.Event.1.SEM.ArticleAuthorOnlineFirst

2. Wang Shanshan, Hu Tao* and Cui Hengjian (2016). Adjusted empirical likelihood inference for additive hazards regression. Communication in Statistics,45:24,7294-7305(http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03610926.2014.978948)

3. Wang Shanshan and Cui Hengjian (2016). Empirical Likelihood Inference for Partially Linear Errors-in-Variables models with covariate data missing at random. Acta Mathematica Applicatae Sinica (English series), 32(2), 305-318. (http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10255-016-0586-5)

4. Wang Shanshan and Cui Hengjian* (2015). Partial penalized empirical likelihood ratio test under sparse case. Acta Mathematica Applicatae Sinica (English Series), Accepted.

5. Wang Shanshan, Cui Hengjian* and Li, Runze (2013). Empirical Likelihood Inference for Semi-parametric Estimating Equations. Science China Mathematics, 56, 1247–1262. (www.springerlink.com/content/p0pg611u5n1u04h2/fulltext.pdf)

6. Wang Shanshan and Cui Hengjian* (2013). Partial penalized likelihood ratio test under sparse case. Statistics, (arXiv:1312.3723)

7. Wang Shanshan, Han Lijuan*, Cui Hengjian and Yang Hua (2011). Study on the Soil Moisture Predictive Model Based on the Precipitation in North China. Journal of Applied Meteorological Science, 22(4), 445–452. (http://xueshu.baidu.com/s?wd=paperuri%3A%28e7c7f10cf61f19712b4582842ed93f1b%29&filter=sc_long_sign&tn=SE_xueshusource_2kduw22v&sc_vurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.cnki.com.cn%2FArticle%2FCJFDTotal-YYQX201104009.htm&ie=utf-8&sc_us=6688902039821402950)

8. Zheng Haitao, Hu Jie, Guan Rong* and Wang Shanshan (2016). Examining Determinants of CO2 Emissions in 73 Cities in China. Sustainability, 8(12), 1296. (http://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/8/12/1296)

9. Zhou Jiantao, Wang Shanshan*, Zhou Jianbo and Xu Yanli (2016). Measurement of the severity of opportuneistic fraud in personal injury insurance: evidence from China. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade. Forthcoming. (www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1540496X.2016.1177787)

10. Zhou Jiantao, Ai Jing, Wang Shanshan and Wang Tianyang (2016). Economic and Non-economic Losses Claim Effects on the Severity of Opportunistic Fraud in Auto Bodily Injury Compulsory Liability (BICL) Insurance: Evidence from China. Proceedings of CICIRM2016, Accepted.

[Selected Presentations]

1. The 10th ICSA International Conference, Shanghai, 2016

2. International Workshop on Advances in Data Science, Beijing, 2016

3. The 2th International Symposium on Interval Data Modelling: Theory and Applications, Xiamen, 2016

4. The 1st International Conference on Big Data & Applied Statistics, Beijing, 2014

5. The 16th and 17th 5.4 Youth Meeting of Probability and Statistics in Beijing-Tianjin Area, Beijing, 2012 and 2013

6. The 9th Annual Probability and Statistics, Tianjin, 2010

[Selected Awards]

1. Zhong Jiaqing Outstanding Paper Award,2012

2. Excellent Academic Scholarship, 2004-2008,2010,2013,2014

3. Excellent Graduate Student, 2012

4. The Second Race Scholarship, 2010

5. Excellent Student Cadres, 2010

6. The 6th National Post-Graduate Mathematic Contest in Modeling, Third Prize, 2010

7. National Scholarship (Twice), 2005, 2006