Damian MINGO NDIWAGO
Damian is a doctoral researcher at the University of Luxembourg. He studies uncertainty in eco-hydrological models. His work consists of making Bayesian model comparison of such models and prior impact assessment in the context of open science. He is part of the Doctoral Training Unit, Data-driven Computational Modelling and Applications (DRIVEN). His project involves supervisors at LIST (Stan and Remko) and the Department of Engineering (Jack Hale). He obtained a master's in statistics at KU Leuven, Belgium. Check his publications below to get deeper insights of the research.
- Dynamic models
- Bayesian inference
- Bayes factor
- Thermodynamic integration and replica exchange Hamiltonian Monte Carlo
Illustration of recent simulations