Publications

 PUBLICATIONS

Katsaounis, T. I. (2021). On multistage experiments with restrictions in the randomization of treatments. Statistical Papers, Springer. (The DOI of this article is
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00362-021-01254-z  )

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Abedon, S. T. , Katsaounis, T. I. (2019—book chapter; published online). Detection of Bacteriophages: Phage Enumeration via Plaque Counts. In: Bacteriophages: Biology, Technology, Therapy. Harper, D., Abedon, S. T., Burrows, B.H., McConville, M. (eds), Springer.

The DOI of the book is https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-41986-2

 

Abedon, S. T. , Katsaounis, T. I. (2018). Basic Phage Mathematics. Methods in Molecular Biology 1681:3-30.

 

Katsaounis, T. I. , 2018.On Isometric Error-correcting codes over finite fields of prime order, Journal of Informatics and Mathematical Sciences, 10, 1, 1-11 (accepted : Nov 2017).  A copy can be found here: https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/On-Isometric-Error-Correcting-Codes-over-Finite-of-Katsaounis/c9eaa9fe94ea4f6660982a8f60c3b612228e4aba

Katsaounis, T. I., Manohar L. A., 2016. Two-level screening designs derived from binary nonlinear codes, Journal of the Korean Statistical Society, 45, 210-220 (available online, October 2015 at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1226319215000770)

Katsaounis, T. I. , Dean, A. M., Bradley Jones, Bradley, 2013. On equivalence of fractional factorial designs based on singular value decomposition, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference,  143, 1950-1953.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S037837581300150X

 

Katsaounis T. I., 2012. Equivalence of factorial designs with qualitative and quantitative factors. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 142, 79-85. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0378375811002667

 

Katsaounis, T. I., 2012. “What do Frogs eat?” Bridging the Gap between Common Core Standards and Teaching Statistics, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and American Statistical Association, Investigation 6.3, 231-241.

Katsaounis T., Dean A. M., 2008.  A survey and evaluation of methods for determination of combinatorial equivalence of factorial designs, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 138, 245-258.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0378375807002182

 

Katsaounis T. I.,  Dingus C. A. and  Dean A. M., 2007.  On the geometric equivalence and non-equivalence of symmetric factorial designs, Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice, Vol. 1, No. 1, 101-105.

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/15598608.2007.10411827

 

Katsaounis T. I., 2002.  Information matrices of irregular factorial designs, Interstat: http://interstat.statjournals.net/YEAR/2002/articles/0204002.pdf

Abstract: https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/MATRICES-OF-IRREGULAR-FACTORIAL-DESIGNS-Katsaounis/84e7209a962c7fbe0228d3008762bbe1b5b647d4

 

Katsaounis T. I., 2001.  On partially balanced arrays, Interstat:  http://interstat.statjournals.net/YEAR/2001/articles/0107001.pdf

 

 Katsaounis T. I., 2001.  Learning from Outliers, The Statistics Teacher Network, 58, 2: http://interstat.statjournals.net/YEAR/2000/articles/0012001.pdf

 

Katsaounis T. I., 2000.  Optimal small response surface designs, Interstat, http://interstat.statjournals.net/YEAR/2000/articles/0012001.pdf

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/242677404_OPTIMAL_SMALL_RESPONSE_SURFACE_DESIGNS

 

PUBLICATIONS  IN PROCEEDINGS

Katsaounis T. I., 2003.  Association measures of binary arrays, ASA Proceedings of the Joint Statistical Meetings, 2088-2091, American Statistical Association, Alexandria, VA.

Katsaounis T. I., 2002.  Information matrices of irregular factorial designs. ASA Proceedings of the Joint Statistical Meetings, 1766-1771, American Statistical Association, Alexandria, VA.

Katsaounis T. I., 2001.  On irregular factorial designs. ASA Proceedings of the Joint Statistical Meetings,  American Statistical Association, Alexandria, VA.

Katsaounis T. I., 1999.  Optimal small response surface designs. Computing Science and Statistics: Models, Predictions and Computing. Proceedings of the 31st Symposium on the Interface, 408-412, Berk, Kenneth (ed.) and Pourahmadi, Mohsen (ed.). Interface Foundation of North America , Fairfax Station, VA.

Katsaounis T. I., 1999.  Optimal response surface designs, Midwest SAS Users Group Conference Proceedings, 273-278, Annual Midwest SAS Users Group Conference, Columbus, Ohio.

 

PUBLISHED BOOK REVIEWS

Katsaounis T. I, 2016. Handbook of Design and Analysis of Experiments, Editors: Angela Dean, Max Morris, John Stufken, Derek Bingham, Chapman & Hall/CRC Handbooks of Modern Statistical Methods, 2015, ISBN 9781466504332, 960 pp. Technometrics, 584, 4, 524-531.

Katsaounis T. I, 2014. Advances in Theoretical and Applied Statistics, Editors: N. Torelli, F. Pesarin, A. Bar-Hen, Springer, Technometrics, 56, 2, 261-267.

Katsaounis T. I., 2011. Mixed Effects Model for Complex Data, by Lang Wu, Chapman  & Hall/CRC, Technometrics, Vol. 53, no. 4, 440-447.

Katsaounis T. I.,  2009. Statistical and Probabilistic methods in Actuarial Science, by Philip J. Boland, Interdisciplinary Statistics, Chapman and Hall/ CRC 2007, New York, Technometrics, 51, 101.

Katsaounis T. I., 2008.  Introductory Statistical Inference, by Nitis Mukhopadhyay. Series Statistics: A Series of Textbooks and Monographs, Volume: 187, Chapman & Hall-CC 2006, Technometrics, 50, 89-90.

Katsaounis T. I., 2004.  Exploring Multivariate Data With the Forward Search, by A. C. Atkinson, M. Riani, and A. Cerioli. Technometrics, 46, 483-484.

Katsaounis T. I., 2004.  Analyzing Multivariate Data, by J. Lattin, J. D. Carroll and P. Green., Technometrics, 46, 254-255.

Katsaounis T. I., 2003.  Visualizing Statistical Models and Concepts, by R. W. Farebrother. Technometrics, 45, 175-176.

Katsaounis T. I., 2003.  Methods of Multivariate statistics, by M. S. Srivastava. Technometrics, 45, 100-101.

 

TECHNICAL REPORTS AND THESES (at OSU)

Katsaounis T. I, 2006. Equivalence of symmetric factorial designs and characterization and ranking of   two-level Split-lot designs. Advisor Angela M. Dean, Department of Statistics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

Katsaounis T. I., 2003.  Association measures for binary codes, Technical Report No. 702. Department of Statistics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

Katsaounis T. I., 1988.  Statistical Hypotheses: Basic ideas in the problem of testing a Statistical Hypothesis. Master Thesis. Department of Mathematics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

 

Education & Professional Memberships

 

EDUCATION

PhD in Statistics, 2006. Department of Statistics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

MS in Statistics, 1996. Department of Statistics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

MA in Mathematics, 1988. Department of Mathematics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

BS in Mathematics, 1984. Department of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Aristotelean University, Greece.

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

American Statistical Association, 1992-2019.

Institute of Mathematical Statistics, Life member since 1995.

Caucus for Women in Statistics, 2000- present.

Ohio State University Alumni Association, Life member since 1988.

 

Professional Service

 

(In chronological order)

Resident Director, Ohio State University Study abroad program “ Geography of the European union” , Cyprus, May 2019.

Reviewer: Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference. 2019.

Reviewer: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Statistics. 2018.

Mentor, Mentorship Program of the Section on Statistical Education of the American Statistical Association. Appointed, 2017-2018.

Reviewer: Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice. 2017.

Reviewer: Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference. 2017.

Representative at Large , Executive Committee of the Section on Statistical Education of the American Statistical Association. Elected, 2015-2017.

Member of the Mentoring Committee of the Section on Statistical Education of the American Statistical Association. Appointed. 2016,2017.

Membership Chair, Section of Physical and Engineering Sciences of the American Statistical Association. Appointed. 2014, 2015,2016.

Reviewer:  Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference (2017); Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice  (2017); Communications for Statistical Applications and Methods (2016).

Past Communications Chair, Caucus for Women in Statistics. Appointed. 2014-2015.

Past President of the Associated Faculty (Jan 2015-Dec 2015), The Ohio State University, Mansfield, Ohio.

Member of the Evaluation Subcommittee for the Advisory Committee for Continuing Education (ACCE) of The American Statistical Association. Appointed, 2012-2014.

President, Associated Faculty, The Ohio State University, Mansfield, Ohio. Appointed, 2014.

Reviewer, International Journal of Statistics and Probability (http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ijsp). Appointed, 2013–2014.

Ad-Hoc research Committee. The Ohio State at Mansfield, Mansfield Ohio. A committee for developing policies for undergraduate research projects and evaluation. 2011-2012.

Continuing Education Chair, Section of Physical and Engineering Sciences, American Statistical Association. Appointed, 2008-2012.

Member of the PhD Dissertation committee of S. V. V. Devi, M. Sc. , M. Phil., Department of Statistics, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Nagarjuna Nagar, India. December 2012.

Reviewer. Communications in Statistics-Simulation and Computation. October 2012, December 2012.

 Reviewer.  Communication in Statistics Theory and Methods. February 2011.

 Ohio Board of Regents, OTM Math Writing Team, December 2009.

 US Representative, Women in Statistics Committee, International Statistical Institute, on behalf of the Caucus for Women in Statistics. 2009-2010.

Past President, Caucus for Women in Statistics Executive Committee. 2008-2009.

 Gertrude Cox Scholarship Review Committee. Caucus for Women in Statistics and Committee on Women in Statistics of the American Statistical Association. 2008.

Referee. Metrika. August 2008.

Committee on K-12 Poster Project Competition for Girls Committee. Caucus for Women in Statistics. 2002-2008.

Referee. Communications in Statistics-Theory and Methods. May 2008.

Faculty-Staff Committee. The Ohio State University at Mansfield, Mansfield Ohio. Helped organizing social activities for faculty and staff. 2007-2009.

President, Caucus for Women in Statistics. Elected. 2007.

Member Ex-Officio, Committee on Women in Statistics of the American StatisticalAssociation. 2007.

Course Co-developer.  Data Analysis for teachers K-6. The Ohio State University at      Mansfield, Mansfield, Ohio; with Jerry Moreno, John Carroll University, Cleveland, Ohio. 2006-2007.

Course Co-developer.  Data Analysis for Math High School teachers. The Ohio State    University at  Mansfield, Mansfield, Ohio; with Jerry Moreno, John Carroll University, Cleveland, Ohio. 2006-2007.

Course Co-developer.  Probability for teachers K-6. The Ohio State University at Mansfield,  Mansfield, Ohio; with Tom Gregory and Gabriela Poppa, The Ohio State University at Mansfield,  Mansfield, Ohio. 2006-2007.

Science Fair Judge. Served as volunteer science fair judge on grade 9-12 science poster projects at the State Science Fairs of Ohio. 1994-2006.

Volunteer collaborator. Recycling Issues at the American Statistical Association Joint   Statistical Meetings and Eastern Northern American Region (ENAR) International Biometric Society Annual Meeting; with Elizabeth Margosches (Environmental Protection Agency, Alexandria, VA), Elaine Powell  (Assistant Director of Meetings, American Statistical Association) and Kathy Hoskins (ENAR Executive Director). 2002-2006.

President-Elect, Caucus for Women in Statistics. Elected, 2006.

Referee. Xu, H. and Deng, L. Y.  Technometrics, 47, 121-131. March 2004.

Co-Treasurer, Caucus for Women in Statistics 2004-2005 Calendar, Caucus for Women in Statistics. Appointed, 2004-2005.

Caucus for Women in Statistics 2004-05 Calendar Project Committee, Caucus for Women in Statistics. Appointed, 2003-2005.

Representative at Large, Caucus for Women in Statistics. Elected, 2003-2005.

Co-organizer, Ohio Quantitative Literacy Program. With Jerry Moreno, John Carroll  University, Cleveland, Ohio. 2001-2004.

Planning Committee Member, Cleveland SAS Users Group, Cleveland, Ohio. Appointed, 2000-2004.

Author, “Statistics Corner” (articles that presented topics in statistics for general professional audience) Cleveland SAS User’s Group Newsletter,  Cleveland, Ohio. 2000-2002.

Discussant. “Multivariate Time Series Analysis , An Adaptation of Box-Jenkins Methodology,” by Joseph N. Ladalla, September 1999, 10th Annual Midwest Conference, SAS Users     Group, Columbus,  Ohio.

Graduate student volunteer, Science Fair committee, Department of Statistics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 1993-1997 and 2006.

Graduate student volunteer.  Department of Statistics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Helped with social activities organized by the Department of Statistics to recruit new faculty.  2006.

Graduate student volunteer, Department of Statistics, The Ohio State University,  Columbus, Ohio. Presented part of current research at the Stats 801 seminar class.  2005.

Graduate student volunteer,  Department of Statistics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Helped with social activities organized by the Department of Statistics to recruit new faculty. 2005.

Dinner discussion co-organizer, Department of Statistics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Co-organized a dinner discussion to initiate mentoring of graduate women statisticians. 2003.

Graduate student volunteer, Department of Statistics, The Ohio State  University, Columbus, Ohio. Helped with social activities organized by the Department of Statistics to recruit new graduate students. 1992-1997 and 2002-2005.

 

PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES -ORGANIZATION OF EVENTS

Short Course organizer on “Optimal Design of Experiments: A Case-Study Approach”by Peter Goos, Applied Economics and Center for Statistics of the Universiteit Antwerpen and at the Erasmus School of Economics of the Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, and Bradley Jones, Principal Research Fellow at the SAS Institute,56th Fall Technical Conference: “Statistics and Quality: Expanding the Horizon”, October 4th & 5th, 2012, St. Louis, MO.

Short Course organizer on “Generalized additive models”, by Simon Woods, Mathematical Sciences, University of Bath, Bath, UK. Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, August 2012, San Diego, CA.

Short Course organizer on “Reliability Growth” by James Wisnowski, Cofounder and principal consultant at Adsurgo, 55th Annual Fall Technical Conference, American Society for Quality and American Statistical Association, October 2011, Kansas City, Missouri.

Short Course organizer on Logistic Regression Analysis by Richard Lynch, Private practice Statistical Consultant, 54th  Annual Fall Technical Conference, American Society for Quality and American Statistical Association, October 2010, Birmingham, Alabama.       

Short Course organizer, on  “Monte Carlo and Bayesian Computation with R”, by Jim Albert and Maria Rizzo, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Bowling Green State University. Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, August 2010, Vancouver, CA.

Short Course organizer on “Your factorial two-level experimentation toolset” by Robert Mee. 53rdAnnual Fall Technical Conference, American Society for Quality and American Statistical Association, October 2009, Indianapolis, Indiana.       

 Short Course organizer, Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, August  2009, Washington DC:

“Monte Carlo and Bayesian Computation with R”, by Jim Albert and Maria Rizzo, Department of  Mathematics and Statistics, Bowling Green State University.

“Methods for Designing & Analyzing Mixture Experiments”, by John A. Cornell, Emeritus Professor  of Statistics, Gainesville, FL, and  Greg F. Piepel,  MIXSOFT, Richland, WA.

“Tolerance Intervals: Theory, Applications and Computation”, by Thomas Mathew, Department of Mathematics and Statistics,  University of Maryland, and K. Krishnamoorthy, Department of Mathematics, University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

“Experiences and Pitfalls in Reliability Data Analysis and Test Planning”, by William Q. Meeker, Department of Statistics, Iowa State University.

Gertrude Cox Annual Race 20th Anniversary Committee, Caucus for Women in Statistics. 2008-2009.

Chair, Organizational meeting on “On-going conversations about introductory courses in Statistics. United States Conference on Teaching Statistics. The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. June 2009.

 Short Course organizer on “Data Quality and Record Linkage Techniques” by Fritz Scheuren and Thomas Herzog.  52th Annual Fall Technical Conference, American Society for Quality and  American Statistical Association, October 2008, Mesa, Arizona.       

Session chair. “Statistics in the Physical Sciences”. Sponsored by the Section on Physical and Engineering Sciences. Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, August 2008. Denver, Colorado.

Discussant. “How to organize workshop in Statistics for teachers K-12. Caucus for Women in Statistics Breakfast Roundtable Discussions. Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, August 2008, Denver, Colorado.

Co-organizer, 2008. Caucus for Women in Statistics Dinner at International Biometric Society, Eastern North American Region Spring Meetings, March 2008,  Arlington, Virginia.

Organizer, Caucus for Women in Statistics Executive Committee Meeting and Caucus for Women in Statistics Reception. Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, August 2007, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Co-organizer, Caucus for Women in Statistics Breakfast Roundtable Discussions, Caucus for Women in Statistics Business Meeting, Gertrude Cox Scholarship Race. Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, August 2007, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Chair, “First-time attendee orientation and reception”. Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, August 2007, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Session organizer, Invited Panel Discussion: “New policies to facilitate the tenure process for women in sciences”. Sponsored by the Caucus for Women in Statistics and ASA Committee on Career Development. Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, August 2007, Salt  Lake City, Utah.

Session chair, Contributed session on “Computer Experiments and Network Traffic Models. Sponsored by the Section on Physical and Engineering Sciences. Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, August 2007, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Brochure chair, 50th Annual Fall Technical Conference, American Society for Quality and American Statistical Association, October 2006 , Columbus, Ohio.

Session chair, Statistical Education regular contributed session: “Examples from the  Statistics Classroom”. Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, August 2006, Seattle, Washington.

Program committee member, Organizer of a Special focus session on “Computer Experiments at Interface 2006 , 38th Symposium on the interface of statistics, computing science, and applications  -Massive Data Sets and Stream, Pasadena, California.

Co-organizer, Hospitality Table of the Caucus for Women in Statistics. Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, August 2005, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Co-organizer, Hospitality Table of the Caucus for Women in Statistics. Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, August 2004, Toronto, Canada.

Co-organizer, Conference: “Statistical Applications using SAS. Joint meeting of Cleveland SAS User Group and Cleveland American Statistical Association Chapter, February 27th 2004. Sponsored by The Progressive Corporation, Cleveland Ohio and Cleveland SAS User Group, Cleveland, Ohio.

Organizer, Breakfast Roundtable Discussions, Caucus for Women in Statistics. Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, August 2003, San Fransisco, California.

Session organizer, Invited discussion panel on “Collaboration and Consulting Among Industry, Government, and Academia, Spring Research Conference in Industry and Technology, June 4-6, 2003, Dayton, Ohio.

Session chair, Invited Session on “Computer Experiments”. Spring Research Conference in Industry and Technology, June 4-6, 2003, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio.

Organizer, Conference : “Statistical Applications in Health Sciences Using SAS”, Cleveland SAS Users Group. Jan. 15th 2003. Sponsored by The Office of Sponsored Programs and Research at Cleveland State University, Cleveland Ohio and Cleveland SAS Users group, Cleveland, Ohio.

Organizer, Conference: “Statistical Applications Using SAS”, Cleveland SAS Users Group, November 14th 2001.  Sponsored by The office of Sponsored Programs and Research at Cleveland State University, Cleveland Ohio and Cleveland SAS Users Group, Cleveland, Ohio.

Organizer, “Informational Meeting of Ohio Quantitative Literacy Program, Mansfield, Ohio. Co-sponsored by The Ohio State University at Mansfield, Mansfield, Ohio. June 2001.

 

On Statistical thinking…

“For a theory is a composite memory of things apprehended with sense perception…. I approve of theorizing also if it lays its foundation in incident, and deduces its conclusion in accordance with phenomena”.

(Hippocrates of Cos, On the Sacred Disease)