Ingelin Steinsland
Ingelin Steinsland
Professor in statistics at The Norwegian University of Science and
Technology
(NTNU),
Department of Mathematical
Sciences.
Research interests: Modelling and inference of large stochastic systems in quantitative genetics and hydrology.
I am part of Centre for Biodiversity Dynamics , working together with
Henrik Jensen
analysing house sparrows populations.
I am part of the
Enki project.
I often utilize the opportunities
INLA gives.
Topics for project- and master students.
INLA users' workshop May 2009.
Contact information
E-mail: Ingelin
Steinsland <ingelins@math.ntnu.no>
From August 2014-July 2015 I'm at sabbatical at Stanford University, Department of Statistics, Sequoia Hall
390 Serra Mall. Room 204.
- Phone:
- +47-7355-0239 (at office)
- +47-92663096 (mobile)
- Fax:
- +47-73 59 35 24
- Mail address:
- Department of mathematical sciences,
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
N-7491 Trondheim
NORWAY
Office:
Room 1140, 11th floor, Sentralbygg
II
Teaching
Spring 2014:
TMA4245 Statistikk.
Publications
In revision
2014
Technical report
2013
Hu X, Steinsland I , Simpson D, Martino S and Rue H
Bivariate Random Fields with System of Stochastic Partial Differential Equations for Spatial Modelling of Temperature and Humidity
Published and Accepted for publication
2014
Engeland K and Steinsland I.
Probabilistic post-processing models for flow forecasts for a system of catchments and several lead times
Water Resources Research 50 pp 1-16, 2014.
Ingebrigtsen R, Lindgren F, Steinsland I .
Spatial models with explanatory variables in the dependence structure
Accepted for publication in Spatial Statistics.
Steinsland I, Larsen CT, Roulin A, Jensen H,
Modeling and inference for Bayesian animal models in the presence of non-ignorable missing data.
R code: Primary file, barnowl_namissing.r
and support file lincomb_stuff.r
Accepted for publication in Evolution.
Larsen CT, Holand AM, Steinsland I,Roulin A, Jensen H,
On estimation and identifiability issues of sex-linked inheritance with a case study of pigmentation in Swiss barn owl (Tyto alba)
Accepted for publication in Ecology and Evolution.
2013
Holand, A., I. Steinsland, H. Jensen, and S. Martino, 2013.
Animal model and integrated nested Laplace approximations.
G3, Genes, Genomes, Genetics 3:1241-1251.
2011
Esther Salazar, Bruno Sanso, Andrew O. Finley, Dorit Hammerling, Ingelin Steinsland,
Xia Wang and Paul Delamater
Comparing and Blending Regional Climate Model Predictions for the American Southwest
Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics 16:4, pp 586Ð605
2010
I Steinsland, H Jensen
Utilizing Gaussian Markov Random Field Properties of Bayesian Animal Models
Biometrics 66(3) pp 763:771
Roulin A, Altwegg R, Jensen H, Steinsland I, Schaub M
Sex-dependent selection on an autosomal melanic female ornament
promotes the evolution of sex ratio bias
Ecology letters 13(5) pp 616-626
Engeland K, Renard B, Steinsland I, Kolberg S
Evaluation of statistical models for forecast errors from the HBV model
Journal of Hydrology, 384 (1-2) pp142-155
2008
Jensen H, Steinsland I , Ringsby TH, Saether BE
Evolutionary dynamics of a sexual ornament in the house sparrow
(passer domesticus): The role of indirect selection within and between sexes
Evolution 62:6, pp 1275-1293
2007
Steinsland I
Parallel exact sampling and evaluation of Gaussian Markov random fields
Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 51:5 pp:2969-2981
C code used for the Lancaster example in this paper.
2004
Rue H, Steinsland I, Erland S
Approximating hidden Gaussian Markov random fields
Journal of Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 66(4), pp 877-892.
Hultmann L, Rora AMB, Steinsland I, Skara T, Rustad T
Proteolytic activity and properties of proteins in smoked salmon (Salmo salar)
- effects of smoking temperature
Food Chemistry 85(3) pp 377-387
2001
Hurn M, Steinsland I, Rue H
Parameter estimation for a deformable template model
Statistics and Computing 11(4) pp:337-346
Reports
I Steinsland, H Jensen
Making Inference from Bayesian Animal Models utilising Gaussian Markov Random Field properties
Preprint
no. 10/2005.. This work is now published as Steinsland & Jensen (2010).
I Steinsland, H Rue
Collapsed blocks approximations
Preprint
no. 9/2005.
Presentations
Here are some presentations I have made (all in pdf).
Spatial predictive distribution for precipitation based
on numerical weather predictions (NWP)
A comparative study of Integrated nested Laplace
approximation and Markov chain Monte Carlo
methods: a case study in tree breeding models
INLA and Animal Model
Parallel sampling of Gaussian
Markov random fields
Multiple hypothesis testing -
recent developments and future challenges .
Markov chain Monte Carlo updating
schemes for hidden Gaussian Markov random field models.
Partially conditional blocks
approximations used in MCMC
and movies for the fMRI example in this presentation:
Original brain fMRI data:
in avi and
compressed (gz)
Estimated activation effect:
in avi and
compressed (gz)
Quantitative Genetics,
House Sparrows and a Multivariate Gaussian Markov Random Field Model.
Posters
Quantitative Genetics,
House Sparrows and a Multivariate Gaussian Markov Random Field Model
(pdf format, 8M, OK if printed on A4). Presented on
MCMSki, Bormio, Italy,
January 2005.
Bayesian Inference of
Multiple-Traits in a House Sparrow Population using the Animal Model
Presented at the 10th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Cracow, Poland,
August 2005.
Education and Experience
- 2008-: Associate professor in statistics at The Norwegian University of Science and
Technology
(NTNU),
Department of Mathematical
Sciences.
- 2009-2010: Visiting researcher at SAMSI
- 2006-2007: Researcher at SINTEF Energy Research
- 2004-2006: Post.doc. at Department of Mathematical
Sciences, NTNU. Project; Markov Chain Monte Carlo Methods in
Quantitative Genetics.
- 2003-2004: Associate professor (temp.) at Department of Mathematical
Sciences, NTNU.
- 2001-2002: Visiting
post-graduate student at Department
of Statistics,Trinity College,
Dublin.
- 1999-2003: Ph.D. student under Håvard Rue, at
Department of Mathematical Sciences, NTNU.
- 1998-1999: Software
developer, VoxelVision AS.
- 1998:
Graduate Engineer (M.Sc. equiv.) in industrial mathematics, NTNU.