Paolo Vidoni is Professor of Statistics at the Department of Economics and Statistics of the University of Udine. He received the PhD in Statistics from the University of Padova in 1995. He was Head of the Department of Statistics of the University of Udine (2007-2010).
He is member of the Italian Statistical Society. He has been associated editor of the journal "Statistical Methods and Applications" (2008-2011) and he has served as referee for many statistical journals.
His main research activity focuses on model selection, predictive distributions, state-space models and stochastic filtering, likelihood and composite likelihood inference for complex statistical models, non-linear time series.
He was involved with several funded research projects; in particular, he was principal investigator of the national research program "New likelihood-based inferential methods for complex statistical models" (PRIN 2006) and principal investigator of the national research program "Approximate likelihood methods for high-dimensional dependencies" (PRIN 2008). Currently, he is local coordinator of the research unit of Udine in the national research program "Likelihood-free methods of inference" (Principal investigator: prof. Brunero Liseo) PRIN 2015.
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