Email: ozeki "at" wisc.edu
Current Status: Project Statistician at a Pharmaceutical company
One of the invited speakers for the international conference "Pioneering Workshop on Extreme Value and Distribution Theories In Honor of Professor Masaaki Sibuya", 2019/3/21-3/23, Instutue of Statistical Mathematics, Japan. Note: Special thanks for the peer review, Prof.
Prof. Miura. Link
Contributed to negotiations with PMDA (Japanese version of FDA) by implementing a nice clinical trial design in 2018 (about 1 million dollor saving). Note: Project name=top secret. Concept of theoretical statistics can have huge impact to real world problems in various way.
2017 Lilly Innovator Award. I did something in EXCEL (about 1 million dollor saving). Note: Programming experience in IBM helps me in non-programming projects. Link
Best Presentation Award at
The International Forum on Mood and Anxiety Disorders (IFMAD) 2015/Dec (within top 4 out of 40). (Presentator Dr. Tokuoka. Significant Supervision by Dr.Kuga [medical doctor]) I came up with a new statistical method of applying PCA to extract improvement patterns on depression symptom. Link
Asymptotic Statistics. Machine learning.
Rank. Extreme Value. Kernel. Quantile Regression
Advisor: Prof. Doksum, Kjell.
Doksum, K. and
Ozeki, A. An analysis of extremes. (201?) Really coming soon...
Doksum, K. and
Ozeki, A. Rank likelihood methods for extremes. (201?) Maybe coming soon...
Doksum, K. and
Ozeki, A. Asymptoticalley optimal tests in models with boundary parameters. (201?) Coming soon...
Kjell Doksum and
Akichika Ozeki, Semiparametric Models And
Likelihood-the Power Of Ranks.The Third Erich L. Lehmann
Symposium, Rice University Volume, to appear (2009):Link
Kjell Doksum, Akichika Ozeki, Jihoon Kim and
Elias Chaibub Neto, Thinking outside
Statistical inference based on Kullback-Leibler Empirical
Projections, Statistics & Probability Letters
Summer 2011, PA
Spring 2010, Instructor
for ST301 (Intro. Statistical Methods.)
Fall 2009, TA
for MATH 320 (Linear Algebra and Differential Equations.)
Fall 2009, Grader
for MATH 431 (Introduction to Probability.)
Summer 2009, PA
Spring 2009, PA for
(Statistical Computing, Prof. Newton.)
Spring 2009, TA for
ST224 (Intro. Applied Stat. For Engineers.)
Fall 2008, TA for
ST301 (Intro. to Statistical Methods.)
Summer 2008, PA
Spring 2008, TA for
ST424 (Stat. Experimental Design), ST224/324 (Intro. Applied
Stat. for Engineers.)
Fall 2007, TA for
ST312 (Intro. Applied Stat for Engineers.)
Summer 2007, PA
Spring 2007, TA for
ST333 (Applied Regression Analysis.)
Fall 2005- Spring
2007, RA for Prof.
Fall 2005, RA
Before coming here in Fall 2004, I worked at
an IBM branch near Tokyo in Japan for
years. My advisor
Scott Trent. My job was to provide UNIX
consultation services for IBM engineers and
Certified Engineering,) December 2001, Linux
Administrator, December 2001, UNIX administrator certification.
DB2 UDB Advisory,
August 2002, Database administrator certification.
CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate,)
April 2003, network certification.
Test 3rd level (200 hour study level,) October 1996.
French Proficiency Test 3rd level (200 hour
study level,) July 1999.
Who's Who In America,
2011, and 2010 edition. (Invention of Rank methods). Thank you for sharing your research time with me, Prof. Doksum !
Any kind of field attracts me. Journalism, history, literature,
politics, and art.
Piano: More than
4000 hours were devoted. My progress is non-linear. Recent try =Robert Schumann Intermezzo from Carnavale de Vienne op.26
Full-contact karate: Started from undergrad.