Broadly speaking, my research interests lie in developing tools and methodologies to analyze and interpret sequences of high-dimensional or infinite-dimensional objects and how they evolve over time. In particular, I focus on theory and applications of functional data analysis as well as time series analysis. I am also interested in long-range dependence and large-dimensional covariance matrix estimation.
I completed my PhD studies at Vilnius University in Lithuania under the supervision of Professor Habil. Dr. Alfredas Račkauskas and was awarded a PhD in Mathematics in February 2015. My thesis was about functional time series with long range dependence.
I spent a year and a half as a postdoctoral researcher at Ruhr-Universität Bochum in Germany, where I was advised by Professor Dr. Herold Dehling and also had a great opportunity to work with Professor Dr. Holger Dette. Prior to coming to Davis, I spent two years and a half as a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Mathematics at Université libre de Bruxelles in Belgium, where I was advised by Professor Dr. Siegfried Hörmann.
Here is my full CV.
Here are some of my talks and posters.
vcharaciejus [at] ucdavis.edu