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Will Cipolli

Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Mathematics, 323 McGregory Hall
p 315-228-6118
Website: www.cipolli.com

Education

2012–2016 Ph.D Statistics, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.
2012–2014 MS Statistics, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. 
2007–2011 BA Mathematics, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT.
2007–2011 BS Computer Science, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT. 

Research

[1] W. Cipolli and T. Hanson, “Supervised learning via Polya trees.” Submitted to the Journal of Machine Learning Research, 2016.

[2] W. Cipolli and T. Hanson, “Computationally tractable approximate and smoothed Polya trees,” Statistics and Computing, pp. 1–13, April 2016.

[3] W. Cipolli, T. Hanson, and A. McLain, “Bayesian nonparametric multiple testing,” Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, vol. 101, pp. 64–79, September 2016.

[4] W. Cipolli, M. Dascalu, and A. Robertson, “On the distribution of monochromatic complete subgraphs and arithmetic progressions.” In Progress, 2016.

[5] D. M. Silva, W. Cipolli, and R. Bower, “In search of a five-star: The centrality of body discourses in the scouting of high school football athletes,” To be presented at the Southern Sociological Society annual meeting, Greenville, SC, 2017.

[6] E. Cooley, B. Payne, C. Cameron, A. Berger, K. Gray, and W. Cipolli, “The paradox of group mind: Why 15 people in a group are more human than a group of 15 people.” Submitted to the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2016.

[7] R. Bower, J. Hussey, J. Zhang, J. Quattro, M. Muhling, W. Cipolli, and J. Hardin, “The score test for independence of two marginal Poisson variables.” In Progress, 2017.

[8] R. Bower, J. Hussey, J. Zhang, J. Quattro, W. Cipolli, and J. Hardin, “Multiple score tests for a bivariate Pareto distribution.” In Progress, 2017.

[9] R. Bower, J. Hussey, J. Zhang, J. Quattro, W. Cipolli, and J. Hardin, “A copula approach for testing independence using Poisson cumulative distribution functions.” In Progress, 2017.

[10] K. Flory, B. A. Bell, K. Burgess, E. R. Siceloff, W. Cipolli, and R. Bower, “Bifactor models of the strengths and difficulties questionnaire in a large U.S. community sample,” Presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Denver, CO, 2016.

[11] J. Fowler, W. Cipolli, and T. Hanson, “A comparison of three diagnostic tests for diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome using latent class analysis,” Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, vol. 97, pp. 1958–1961, December 2015.