David Dalpiaz

David Dalpiaz


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Hello and welcome to my webzone!

I am currently a Teaching Assistant Professor for the Department of Statistics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

After a BS in Mathematics at Illinois, I completed a PhD in Statistics at Illinois with Ping Ma. I then spent four years as a Visiting Assistant Professor, then Lecturer and MS Academic Advisor for Statistics @ Illinois.

I recently spent a year as an Associated Assistant Professor and Data Analytics Program Specialist for the Department of Statistics at The Ohio State University. Go Bucks? While away from Illinois, I was an Adjunct Teaching Assistant Professor for Statistics @ Illinois where my course Statistical Modeling in R is part of the online Master of Computer Science in Data Science.

But now I have returned to spend even more time at Illinois. Yes, I have spent a lot of time at UIUC. I’m still mad they don’t use UIUC anymore. Oh well. Go Illini!


Contact


The best way to reach me is by email, which I check far too frequently. I have a phone, but honestly, I don’t know the number and I respond faster to email anyway.

You can also find me on GitHub and Reddit.


Schedule


For the Fall 2019 semester I will (tentatively) be teaching:

Office Hours

My Fall 2019 office hours are to be determined.

Currently, all office hours are “open” office hours, meaning you can stop by for class questions, or really anything at all, but questions about class will be given priority.

If you need to schedule a meeting outside of these times, please send an email suggesting two possible times, on two different days. (A total of four suggested times.) I have a preference for time-slots directly adjacent to current office hours or directly after a class. Please also indicate a brief agenda for the meeting. If possible, I will also try to resolve the issue immediately via email.


Teaching


University of Illinois

Ohio State University


Writing


Notebooks

This idea is stolen from both Alex Reinhart and Cosma Shalizi. My current use case might be slightly different than theirs. They also have clearly written a lot more.