Prof Rosemary Bailey:
Professor of Statistics

I have  been a half-time Professor of Statistics in the School of Mathematics and Statistics since 2013.  My previous jobs included ten years in agricultural research at Rothamsted Experimental Station,  as well as professorships at Goldsmiths College, University of London and Queen Mary University of London.

My research falls into three main areas, as follows.

(1) Design and analysis of experiments, including complicated blocking structures, complicated treatment structures, and multi-phase experiments. Applications in agriculture, horticulture, biodiversity in ecology, clinical trials.

(2) Combinatorics, including block designs, row-column designs, neighbour-balanced designs, and association schemes.

(3) Finite group theory, in particular the role of permutation groups in the randomization of experimental designs, and the role of finite Abelian groups in the construction of factorial designs.

For more details, see my personal web page.



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Recent Publications:

5 (of 174 /dk/atira/pure/researchoutput/status/published available) for rab24 (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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Equitable partitions of Latin-square graphs R. A. Bailey, Peter Jephson Cameron, Alexander L. Gavrilyuk, Sergey V. Goryainov
Journal of Combinatorial Designs 2019 vol. 27 pp. 142-160
Multi-part balanced incomplete-block designs R. A. Bailey, Peter Jephson Cameron
Statistical Papers 2019 vol. 60 pp. 405-426
Effects of neonicotinoids on bees: an invalid experiment R. A. Bailey, Jeremy John Greenwood
Ecotoxicology 2018 vol. 27 pp. 1-7
Sesqui-arrays, a generalisation of triple arrays R. A. Bailey, Peter Jephson Cameron, Tomas Nilson
Australasian Journal of Combinatorics 2018 vol. 71 pp. 427-451