Harry Crane is an Associate Professor and Co-Director of the Graduate Program in Statistics and Biostatistics at Rutgers University. Before Rutgers, Harry received his PhD in Statistics from the University of Chicago and BA in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. He has previously held positions as a Visiting Scholar in Mathematics at UC Berkeley, Research Associate at the RAND Corporation, and Research Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute.
My research interests are in logic, homotopy type theory, probability theory, foundations of statistical inference and probability.
Invariance is a common theme in my work, mostly in the concept of exchangeability and its variants (partial exchangeability, relative exchangeability, edge exchangeability, relational exchangeability), and the role they play in statistical inference,
and more recently in the univalence axiom in the Univalent Foundations.
Preferred Contact: @HarryDCrane unless we have an ongoing email correspondence or material is private/sensitive and cannot be handled publicly. (Note: I receive too much email. Time constraints force me to ignore all but the most urgent items.)
Open Problems in Statistical Network Analysis