Anthony Ledford

Chief Scientist, AHL

Anthony Ledford is AHL's Chief Scientist and Academic Liaison.

Anthony is based in the Man Research Laboratory (Oxford) and has overall responsibility for AHL’s strategic research undertaken there.

Prior to joining AHL in 2001, he lectured in Statistics at the University of Surrey. Dr Ledford read Mathematics at Cambridge University, holds a PhD from Lancaster University in the development and application of multivariate extreme value methods and is a former winner of the Royal Statistical Society's Research Prize.
 

 


Published Research

Ramos, A. and Ledford, A. (2009). A new class of models for bivariate joint tails. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology). 71 (1). 219-241.
Ledford, A. and Ramos, A. (2011). An alternative point process framework for modeling multivariate extreme values. Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods. 40 (12). 2011, 2205-2224.
Ramos, A. and Ledford, A. (2009). A new class of models for bivariate joint tails. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B. 71 (1). 219-241.