Rohit Deo is the Vice Dean of Undergraduate Academic Affairs and Strategic Planning, a Professor of Statistics and Operations Research, and the David Margolis Teaching Faculty Fellow at the New York University Stern School of Business. Professor Deo was awarded the 2012 NYU Distinguished Teaching Award. He teaches courses in data analysis and forecasting time series.
Professor Deo has been with NYU Stern for more than 15 years. His primary research areas include econometric models, stochastic volatility, and time series analysis. Professor Deo has been published in many journals including Journal of Royal Statistical Society, Journal of Econometrics, Econometric Theory and Biometrika.
Professor Deo received his Bachelor of Science in statistics from Fergusson College in India, a Master of Science in statistics from the University of Poona in India and his Doctor of Philosophy from Iowa State University.
Long Memory Time Series
Financial Data Modeling
Forecasting Time Series Data
Regression and Forecasting
Ph.D., Statistics, 1995
Iowa State University
M.S., Statistics, 1990
University of Poona
B.S., Statistics, 1988
Awards & Appointments:
NYU Distinguished Teaching Award 2012
Associate Dean of Undergraduate Affairs, Stern Undergraduate College 2011