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All good things come in threes: 3rd time student paper competition winner (JSM 2012)

Driven by my competitive side I digged up a manuscript hidden for a long time on my hard drive entitled Testing for white noise against locally stationary alternatives. After some days polishing it, I submitted it to the 2012 JSM student paper competition held by the Section of Statistical Learning and Data Mining, sponsored by the journal with the same name (SAM). And to my – positive – surprise it was selected as one of five winners – just like last year and 2007.

San Diego here I come.

Update: pdf at academia.edu. A more polished updated version has been published in SAM.