This page provides brief information about my current research interests, teaching and role at Warwick.
Before joining Warwick in 2019, I completed my MPhil (Statistics) and BSc (Honours) in Statistics as a Gold Medalist from Government College University, Lahore. After completing my BSc (Honours), I was fortunate to have the offer of lectureship from my Alma mater – the Department of Statistics, Government College University – in September 2013. This offer provided me with the opportunity to be involved in research in addition to teaching and doing some administrative work.
- Compositional Data Analysis (e.g. an alternative approach to log-ratios and compositional distances)
- Statistical Shape Analysis (e.g. statistical shape analysis for compositional trajectories)
Teaching at Warwick
- ST221: Linear Statistical Modelling (Spring Term: 2021/2022)
- IB9BA0: Quantitative Methods for Business at WBS (Autumn Term 2021/2022)
- ST116: Mathematical Techniques (Autumn Term: 2021/2022, 2020/2021, 2019/2020)
- ST115: Introduction to Probability (Spring Term: 2020/2021, 2019/2020)
- A new measure of distance for compositional data -- a talk at the Young Researchers Meeting (YRM) at the University of Warwick
- Committee Member - Royal Statistical Society, West Midlands Local Group (2020 -- Present)
- Buddy Scheme Volunteer (2021/2022 & 2020/2021)
email: zeeshan [dot] ali [at] warwick [dot] ac [dot] UK
Office: MSB 4.14