• Noel Cressie
  • Thomas Bruss
  • Call for News of Members and Colleagues

  • Noel Cressie

    Noel Cressie, Professor of Statistics and Director of the Program in Spatial Statistics and Environmental Sciences at The
    Ohio State University, was named Distinguished Professor of Mathematical and Physical Sciences at Ohio State University on 1
    May 2004.

    Professor Noel Cressie


    Thomas Bruss

    Professor F. Thomas Bruss has been awarded the fourteenth Jacques-Deruyts Prize of the Belgian Royal Academy of Sciences for the period 2000-2004.

    Professor Thomas Bruss

    This Prize is awarded every four years for distinguished contributions to a field of Mathematics.

    Thomas Bruss studied Mathematics in Saarbruecken, Cambridge and Sheffield. He started his career as Assistant and First-assistant in Namur from where he moved on to the United States of America as Visiting Associate Professor at University of California Santa Barbara, University of Arizona, and University of California Los Angeles. In 1990 he was appointed Professor at Vesalius College, Brussels. Since 1993 he has been Professor of Mathematics at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, and now Chairman of the Mathematics Department. His research is in probability: probabilistic models, optimal stopping, limit theorems and branching processes. He is a member of the International Statistical Institute, a fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics and fellow of the von-Humboldt Foundation

    Call for News of Members and Colleagues

    If you hear of news about Bernoulli Society members and colleagues which ought to be shared widely then please pass on the
    information to the Editor.

    The deadline for the next issue is 15 April 2005.

    Please email submissions as plain text to the Editor, Rodney Wolff ( ).