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Curtis B. Storlie

Curtis Storlie

Capabilities

  • Computational Physics and Applied Mathematics
  • Monte Carlo methods
  • Statistics
  • Uncertainty quantification
  • Uncertainty analysis

Expertise

Uncertainty quantification

Bayesian modeling

Nonparametric regression

Cyber security

Education

Ph.D., Statistics, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, 2005

M.S., Statistics, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, 2000

B.A., Math, Saint Olaf College, Northfield, MN, 1997
 

 

LANL Positions

Scientist, CCS-6 Statistical Sciences, Los Alamos National Laboratory

 

Publications

(Last updated: 2/21/14)

  1. CB Storlie, WA Lane, EM Ryan, JR Gattiker, and DM Higdon (2014). Calibration of Computational Models with Categorical Parameters and Correlated Outputs via Bayesian Smoothing Spline ANOVA. Journal of the American Statistical Association (in review).
  2. A Nosedal and CB Storlie (2014). Locally Adaptive Smoothing Splines via the Locally Adaptive COmponent Selection and Shrinkage Operator (LACOSSO). Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference (in review).
  3. Y Kao, BJ Reich, CB Storlie, and B Anderson (2014). Malware Detection Using Nonparametric Bayesian Clustering and Classification Techniques. Technometrics (accepted).
  4. CB Storlie, B Anderson, S Vander Wiel, D Quist, C Hash, and N Brown (2014). Stochastic Identification of Malware with Dynamic Traces. Annals of Applied Statistics (in press).
  5. LP Swiler, PD Hough, P Qian, X Xu, CB Storlie, and H Lee (2014). Surrogate Models for Mixed Discrete-Continuous Variables. Constraint Programming and Decision Making: Studies in Computational Intelligence 539, 181-202.
  6. S Pakin, CB Storlie, M Lang, RE Fields III, EE Romero, C Idler, S Michalak, H Greenberg, J Loncaric, R heinheimer, G Grider, and J Wendelberger (2013). Power Usage of Production Supercomputers and Production Workloads. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience: Special Issue (DOI: 10.1002/cpe.3191).
  7. DS Mebane, JD Kress, CB Storlie, DJ Fauth, and ML Gray (2013). Transport, Zwitterions and the Role of Water for CO2 Adsorption in Mesoporous Silica-Supported Amine Sorbents. Journal of Physical Chemistry A 17 (50), 26617-26627.
  8. WA Lane, CB Storlie, C Montgomery, and EM Ryan (2013). Numerical Modeling and Uncertainty Quantification of a Bubbling Fluidized Bed with Immersed Horizontal Tubes. Powder Technology 253, 733-743.
  9. DC Miller, M Syamlal, D Mebane, CB Storlie, D Bhattacharyya, N Sahinidis, D Agarwal, C Tong, S Zitney, A Sarkar, X Sun, S Sundaresan, E Ryan, D Engel, and C Dale (2013). Carbon Capture Simulation Initiative: A Case Study in Multi-scale Modeling and New Challenges. Annual Review of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering 5 (1).
  10. J Sexton, CB Storlie, J Neil, and A Kent (2013). Intruder detection based on graph structured hypothesis testing. 2013 6th International Symposium on Resilient Control Systems (ISRCS), 86-91.
  11. J Neil, B Uphoff, C Hash, and CB Storlie (2013). Towards Improved Detection of Attackers in Computer Networks: New Edges, Fast Updating, and Host Agents. 2013 6th International Symposium on Resilient Control Systems (ISRCS), 218-224.
  12. J Neil, C Hash, A Brugh, M Fisk, and CB Storlie (2013). Scan Statistics for the Online Identification of Locally Anomalous Subgraphs. Technometrics 55 (4), 403-414.
  13. CB Storlie, M Fugate, D Higdon, A Huzurbazar, E Francois, and D McHugh (2012). Methods for Characterizing and Comparing Populations of Shock Wave Curves. Technometrics 55 (4), 436-449.
  14. CB Storlie, SE Michalak, HM Quinn, AJ DuBois, SA Wender, and DH DuBois (2012). A Bayesian Reliability Analysis of Neutron Induced Errors in High Performance Computing Hardware. Journal of the American Statistical Association 108 (502), 429-440.
  15. CB Storlie, BJ Reich, JC Helton, LP Swiler and CJ Sallaberry (2012). Analysis of Computationally Demanding Models with Continuous and Categorical Inputs. Reliability Engineering and System Safety 113, 30-41
  16. R Tarefder, N Sumee, and CB Storlie (2012). A Study of MEPDG Sensitivity Using Parametric Statistical Techniques. Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering.
  17. B Anderson, CB Storlie, and T Lane (2012). Multiple Kernel Learning Clustering with an Application to Malware. 2012 IEEE International Conference on Data Mining, 804-809.
  18. B Anderson, CB Storlie, and T Lane (2012). Improving Malware Classification: Bridging the Static/Dynamic Gap. Proceedings of the 5th ACM workshop on Security and artificial intelligence, 3-14.
  19. SE Michalak, AJ DuBois, CB Storlie, HM Quinn, WN Rust, DH DuBois, DG Modl, A Manuzzato, and SP Blanchard (2012). Assessment of the Impact of Cosmic-Ray-Induced Neutrons on Hardware from the Roadrunner Supercomputer. IEEE Transactions on Device and Materials Reliability 12 (2), 445-454.
  20. A Nosedal, CB Storlie, TCM Lee, and R Christensen (2012). Reproducing Kernel Hilbert Spaces for Penalized Regression: A tutorial. The American Statistician 66 (1), 50-60.
  21. M O'Brien and CB Storlie (2012). An Alternative Bilateral Refitting Model for Zooarchaeological Assemblages. Journal of Taphonomy 9 (4), 245-268.
  22. SE Michalak, AJ DuBois, CB Storlie, HM Quinn, WN Rust, DH DuBois, DG Modl, A Manuzzato, and SP Blanchard (2011). Neutron Beam Testing of High Performance Computing Hardware. 2011 IEEE Radiation Effects Data Workshop (REDW), 1-8.
  23. SE Michalak, AJ DuBois, CB Storlie, WN Rust, DH DuBois, DG Modl, HM Quinn, A Manuzzato, and SP Blanchard (2011). Neutron beam testing of triblades. 2011 Silicon Errors in Logic-System Effects (SELSE), 1-6.
  24. CB Storlie, J Hannig, and CM Lee (2011). Statistical Consistency of the Data Association Problem in Multiple Target Tracking. Electronic Journal of Statistics 5,1227-1275.
  25. BJ Reich, E Kalendra, CB Storlie, HD Bondell, and M Fuentes (2011). Variable selection for high dimensional Bayesian density estimation: application to human exposure simulation. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society C 61 (1), 47-66.
  26. B Anderson, D Quist, J Neil, CB Storlie, and T Lane (2011). Graph-Based Malware Detection Using Dynamic Analysis. Journal in Computer Virology. 7 (4), 247-258.
  27. H Djidjev, G Sandine, CB Storlie, and S Vander Wiel (2011). Graph Based Statistical Analysis of Network Traffic. Ninth Workshop on Mining and Learning with Graphs (MLG 2011).
  28. CB Storlie, HD Bondell, BJ Reich, and HH Zhang (2011). Surface Estimation, Variable Selection, and the Nonparametric Oracle Property. Statistica Sinica 21.
  29. CB Storlie, HD Bondell, and BJ Reich (2010). A Locally Adaptive Penalty for Estimation of Functions with Varying Roughness. Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 19 (3), 569-589.
  30. CB Storlie, LP Swiler, JC Helton, and CJ Sallaberry (2009). Implementation and Evaluation of Nonparametric Regression Procedures for Sensitivity Analysis of Computationally Demanding Models. Reliability Engineering and System Safety 94 (11), 1735-1763.
  31. BJ Reich, CB Storlie, and HD Bondell (2009). Variable Selection in Bayesian Smoothing Spline ANOVA Models: Application to Deterministic Computer Codes. Technometrics 51 (2), 110-120.
  32. CB Storlie, CM Lee, J Hannig, and D Nychka (2009). Tracking of Multiple Merging and Splitting Targets: A Statistical Perspective (with discussion). Statistica Sinica 19 (1), 1-52.
  33. CB Storlie, TCM Lee, J Hannig, and D Nychka (2009). Response-Tracking of Multiple Merging and Splitting Targets: A Statistical Perspective. Statistica Sinica 19 (1), 46-52.
  34. CB Storlie and JC Helton (2007). Multiple Predictor Smoothing Methods for Sensitivity Analysis: Description of Techniques.. Reliability Engineering and System Safety 93 (1), 28-54.
  35. CB Storlie and JC Helton (2007). Multiple Predictor Smoothing Methods for Sensitivity Analysis: Example Results. Reliability Engineering and System Safety 93 (1), 55-77.
  36. JC Helton, JD Johnson, WL Oberkampf, and CB Storlie (2007). A Sampling-Based Computational Strategy for the Representation of Epistemic Uncertainty in Model Predictions with Evidence Theory. Special issue of Computer Methods In Applied Mechanics and Engineering 196, 3980-3998.
  37. JC Helton, JD Johnson, CJ Sallaberry, and CB Storlie (2006). Survey of Sampling-Based Methods for Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analysis. Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 91, 1175-1209.
  38. CB Storlie and JC Helton (2005). Multiple Predictor Smoothing Methods for Sensitivity Analysis. Winter Simulation Conference 2005, 231-239.
  39. CB Storlie, CM Lee, D Nychka, B Whichter, C Davis, and J Weiss (2004). Identifying and Tracking Turbulence Structures. Proceedings of the 38th Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers, 2, 1700 - 1704.

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