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## Personal profile

### Research interests

John H.J. Einmahl is professor of Statistics at the Department of Econometrics & OR and research fellow at CentER, both at Tilburg University. John's research has been published in leading journals in Statistics and Probability Theory, like the Annals of Statistics, the Annals of Probability, JRSS B, JASA, J. of Econometrics, and Probability Theory and Related Fields. His research interests are mainly in the area of nonparametric statistics and its ramifications, including statistics of extremes, empirical likelihood, generalized and multivariate quantiles, and (local) empirical processes.

### Career

John is a fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics and he has been an elected member of its council. He is also an elected member of the International Statistical Institute. John is an Associate Editor of Extremes, Econometrics and Statistics, and Statistica Neerlandica. He has been an Associate Editor of The Annals of Statistics, The Annals of Probability, Bernoulli, and the J. of Statistical Planning and Inference. He has been a codirector of the Stochastics of Extremes and Risk Analysis program at the European research institute Eurandom. He visited Florida State University as a Senior Fulbright Scholar. He is a co-chair of the organizing committee of the 10th Extreme Value Analysis meeting in Delft in 2017.

### Current courses

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### Keywords

- Statistical Methods
- Estimation Theory
- Mathematics
- Extreme Value Theory
- Theory Of Probability
- Statistics

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## Research Output 1985 2019

## Estimating the maximum possible earthquake magnitude using extreme value methodology: The Groningen case

Beirlant, J., Kijko, A., Reynkens, T. & Einmahl, J. H. J., Sep 2019, In : Natural Hazards. 98, 3, p. 1091-1113Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Scientific › peer-review

## Improved estimation of the extreme value index using related variables

Ahmed, H. & Einmahl, J., Aug 2019, In : Extremes.Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Scientific › peer-review

## Limits to human life span through extreme value theory

Einmahl, J., Einmahl, J. & de Haan, L. F. M., Jul 2019, In : Journal of the American Statistical Association. 114, 527, p. 1075-1080Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Scientific › peer-review

## A continuous updating weighted least squares estimator of tail dependence in high dimensions

Einmahl, J. H. J., Kiriliouk, A. & Segers, J., 1 Jun 2018, In : Extremes. 21, 2, p. 205-233Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Scientific › peer-review

## Improved Estimation of the Extreme Value Index Using Related Variables

Ahmed, H. & Einmahl, J., 16 Jul 2018, Tilburg: CentER, Center for Economic Research, 16 p. (CentER Discussion Paper; vol. 2018-025).Research output: Working paper › Discussion paper › Other research output

## Projects 2005 2012

- 3 Finished

## Project on Multivariate Extreme Value Theory

Cai, J., Einmahl, J. & de Haan, L. F. M.

1/09/09 → 24/10/12

Project: Research project

## Essays in nonparametric statistics

Gantner, M. & Einmahl, J.

1/04/07 → 1/04/10

Project: Research project

## Extreme values in high-dimensional time series

Krajina, A. & Einmahl, J.

1/09/05 → 1/09/09

Project: Research project