Anders Hildeman

Post doc at Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing

Anders Hildeman's PhD was in spatial statistics with focus on spatial mixture models and stochastic partial differential equations. He is interested in probabilistic modelling, classification, prediction, and parameter estimation of spatial data.

Anders is working with weather- and sea state data for the purpose of improving decision making in marine operations. Typically, the sea state will affect ships traveling on the ocean. Decisions on which route to undertake and how to operate the ship will in turn affect the perceived pleasure of passengers, risks of capsizing, and accumulated fatigue damage of the hull. It is therefore of importance to base those decisions on available data and sound analysis and understanding of the uncertainty.

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Showing 7 publications

2020

An evaluation of conditional spatial predictions of significant wave height based on the nonstationary spde model

Anders Hildeman, Wengang Mao
Proceedings of the International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference. Vol. 2020-October, p. 2176-2183
Paper in proceedings
2020

Deformed SPDE models with an application to spatial modeling of significant wave height

Anders Hildeman, David Bolin, Igor Rychlik
Spatial Statistics. Vol. In press
Journal article
2018

Diffusion tensor imaging in multiple sclerosis at different final outcomes

O. Andersen, Anders Hildeman, Marco Longfils et al
Acta Neurologica Scandinavica. Vol. 137 (2), p. 165-173
Journal article
2018

A nationwide survey of the influence of month of birth on the risk of developing multiple sclerosis in Sweden and Iceland

O. Eliasdottir, Anders Hildeman, Marco Longfils et al
Journal of Neurology. Vol. 265 (1), p. 108-114
Journal article
2018

Level set Cox processes

Anders Hildeman, David Bolin, Jonas Wallin et al
Spatial Statistics. Vol. 28, p. 169-193
Journal article

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2019–2021

E-Nav - Efficient Electronic Navigation at Sea

Anders Hildeman Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing
Leif Eriksson Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing
Wengang Mao Marine Technology
VINNOVA
European Commission (EC)

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