Christopher J. Miller is an Assistant Professor of Astronomy and Physics. Professor Miller is a leader in the field of astronomical data mining and computational astrostatistics. He co-founded the INternational Computational Astrostatistics (INCA) group, a collaboration of researchers from the University of Michigan, Carnegie Mellon University, University of Washington, Georgia Tech, the NOAO, and others. From 2008-2010, he led the NOAO Science Data Management group, where he was responsible for using and delivering science quality astronomical data from the US ground-based observatories. He was hired at the University of Michigan under a U-M Presidential initiative for advancing data mining research. His research interests include studies of large-scale structure and cosmology, galaxy clustering, galaxy formation and galaxy evolution.
Research AreasData Processing, Integration, Mining and Visualization
Data, Statistics and Stochastic Methods