Engineering and Information Sciences


Pavel Krivitsky

Current Positions:

Lecturer in Statistics
National Institute for Applied Statistics Research Australia
School of Mathematics and Applied Statistics


Pavel Krivitsky received his Ph.D. in Statistics from University of Washington in 2009 and worked as a Visiting Research Scientist and a Research Associate at Carnegie Mellon University and Penn State University before moving to Wollongong in July of 2013.

Research Interests:

Statistical modelling of social network data and processes
Statistical computing

Research Students

  • Yue Ma : The Noise Multiplicative Method and Statistical Inference Based on Noise Multiplicative Data
  • Rajib Dutta : Modelling and Prediction of Valued Social Networks with Semicontinuous Relationship Values
  • Victoria Leaver : Theoretical and Practical Extensions of Methods for Maximum Likelihood Estimation in Survey Sampling