Job: Early Career Academic Fellow
School/department: Faculty of Business and Law
Address: Hugh Aston 4.38
T: +44 (0)116 207 8391
Xu Huang currently serves as an Early Career Academic Fellow at the Faculty of Business and Law. Prior to her appointment at DMU, she worked as lecturer in econometrics and quantitative methods at Bournemouth University, UK. She is also a fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Her research area is mainly about developing novel quantitative methods for multivariate analyses like association measure and causality detection based on an advanced time series analysis technique called Singular Spectrum Analysis. Her research interests are multivariate analysis, quantitative method development and causality detection in dynamical complex systems like economics and social science.
Singular Spectrum Analysis
Nonlinear System Analysis
Mathematics and Statistics
PhD, Bournemouth University, UK
MSc in International Economics, Banking and Finance, Cardiff University, UK
Mathematics for Economists
Professional Studies and Quantitative Techniques
Basic Statistical Techniques
2016 International Institute of Forecasters (IIF) Travel Award Grant
2015 Santander University Postgraduate Research Scholarship
2014 Bournemouth University Postgraduate Development Fund Award
2013 Bournemouth University PhD Full Scholarship
HEA Fellow (2016)
Huang, X. (2016). Novel Non-Parametric Dynamic Causality Detection Methods. In: 36th International Symposium on Forecasting, 19 – 22 June, 2016 Santander, Spain.
Huang, X. (2016). Causality between Sunspot Number and Global Temperature: Evidences from Novel Non-Parametric Dynamic Causality Detection Methods. In: UK Causal Inference Meeting 2016, 11 – 15 April, London, UK.
Huang, X. (2014). Causality between Alcohol and Crime. In: 34th International Symposium on Forecasting, 29 June – 2 July, 2014 Rotterdam, Netherlands.
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