I am an Associate Professor (Maître de Conférences) in Statistics at LMBP (Laboratoire de Mathématiques Blaise Pascal) at UCA (University of Clermont Auvergne). The main axis of my research are about Bayesian statistics (initiate and develop tailored methodologies, and contribute to theoritical aspects) and applied statistics (to agronomy, medical science and cyber security).
Prior to the current position, I worked a Research Associate in Statistics and Pathogen Phylodynamics at the Department of Mathematics at Imperial College London under the supervision of Oliver Ratmann. I work on HIV transmission and in particular I am focusing on determining the importance of risk factors in transmission network and the proportion of HIV introduction into a population by demographic characterics.
During my first non-tenured position, I did my PhD in the IMAG lab at University of Montpellier under the supervision of Christophe Abraham, Pierre Pudlo and Meïli Baragatti. The title of my PhD thesis is Bayesian Functional Linear Regression. It mainly deals with 1) how to sparsely estimate the coefficient function of the Functional Linear Regression model and in particular its support, 2) how to build an informative prior of this model from experts' knowledge and 3) establishing the consistency of this model.


NAME : Paul-Marie Grollemund
POSITION : Associate Professor
LAB : LMBP (Laboratoire de Mathématiques Blaise Pascal, Université Clermont Auvergne)
ADDRESS : IUT STID, 100 Rue de l'Egalité, 15000 Aurillac
MAIL : paul_marie.grollemund (at) uca (dot) fr