Concordia University

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Fassil Nebebe, PhD

Professor, Supply Chain and Business Technology Management

Office: S-MB 12349 
John Molson Building,
1450 Guy
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2965
Email: Fassil.Nebebe@concordia.ca
Website(s): Fassil Nebebe

With the Faculty since 1986, Dr. Nebebe obtained his BSc from Haile Selassie I University in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, his MSc from Southampton University in Southampton, England and his PhD from Queen's University in Kingston, Canada.

He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses applied linear statistical models, research methods, managerial statistics and business statistics.

His research are Bayesian and empirical Bayes methods in small areas, Gibbs sampling, data modeling and statistical computing.

Education

PhD (Queen's University)

Areas of expertise

  • Bayes and empirical Bayes methods
  • Resampling techniques
  • Small area estimation
  • Statistical computations
  • Statistical modeling


Publications

Refereed Journal Articles

Mak, T.K., and Nebebe, F. (2009), "Numerical approximation of conditional asymptotic va-riances using Monte Carlo simulation," Computational Statistics, 24 (2), 333-344.

Mak, T.K., and Nebebe, F. (2009), "Monte Carlo Approximations of the Quantiles of a Sample Statistic," Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation (in press).

Chaubey, Y. P., Nebebe, F., Dzieciolowski, K. and Sen, D. (2009), "A Semi-Bayesian Approach for Estimation of Joint Distribution from Marginal Distributions," International Journal of Statistical Sciences (in press).

Saade, R., Nebebe, F. and Mak, T. (2009), "Analyzing the role of motivation: A social context perspective," Journal of Information and Information Technology in Organizations (in press).

Saade, R., Nebebe, F. and Tan, W. (2008), "Impact of motivation on intentions in online learning: Canada vs. China," Informing Science and Information Technology, 5, 137-147.


Participation activities

Refereed Conference Proceedings

Mak, T.K., and Nebebe, F. (2009), "Heteroscedasticity and non-normality in regression - a parametric approach," 2009 Proceedings of the American Statistical Association, Section on Quality Control [CD-ROM], Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association.

Mak, T.K., and Nebebe, F. (2008), "Heterogeneous variance models and their applications in Parameter Designs," 2008 Proceedings of the American Statistical Association, Section on Quality Control [CD-ROM], Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association.

Refereed Conference Presentations

"Heteroscedasticity and non-normality in regression - a parametric approach," presented at 2009 Joint Statistical Meetings, Section on Quality and Productivity, Washington, DC, August 2009.

"Canada-China Cultural Differences in eLearning: A Motivation Perspective," Informing Science and Information Technology, Macon, Georgia, 12-15, June 2009.

"Heterogeneous variance models and their applications in Parameter Designs," presented at 2008 Joint Statistical Meetings, Section on Quality Control, Denver, Colorado, August 2008.

"Impact of motivation on intentions in online learning: Canada vs. China," Informing Science and Information Technology, Varna, Bulgaria, 22-26 June 2008.

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