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Olga Julià de Ferran



Olga Julià de Ferran

Associate Professor

Mathematics and Computing Department (University of Barcelona)



I graduated in Mathematics at the Universitat de Barcelona (UB) in 1979. My scientific career started in the Statistics Department of the Universitat de Barcelona (UB). In 1985, I obtained my PhD in Mathematics (Universitat de Barcelona), in the field of stochastic processes, under the direction of Prof. David Nualart Rodón  . I  am Associate Professor at the  Mathematics and Computing Department  of Universitat of Barcelona since 1987.

My research interests are in survival analysis from both the theoretical as applied approach


Research areas:


Survival Analysis

Statistics applied to Microbiology and Veterinary

Discrete models in survival


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Ph.D. in Mathematics, Barcelona University, May 1985
BSc (Llicenciatura) in Mathematics, Barcelona University, June 1979



Advanced Probability. Bachelor in Mathematics UB

Probability. Bachelor in Mathematics UB

Statistics. Bachelor in Mathematics UB

Probability and Statistics. Bachelor in Computing UB

Statistics Inference. Master in Biostatistics and Bioinformatics UOC


Supervision of PhD students (since 2007)

Rodrigo Villegas Ríos (2015).  Statistician at Department of Scientific Affairs, Institute of Public Health of Chile.
Carolina Barroeta (2016). Professor at Universidad Centrooccidental Lisandro Alvarado, Barquisimeto, Venezuela


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