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Mireia Besalú Mayol



Mireia Besalú Mayol


Economia i Empresa (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)




I graduated in Mathematics from the University of Barcelona in 2006. The same year I enrolled in a Master in Advanced Mathematics and subsequently I started my PhD studies. I obtained the doctorate degree in Mathematics in 2011 under the supervision of Professor Carles Rovira.

I joined the INRIA research center of Nancy (France) for one year and 4 months, supervised by Professor Samy Tindel, after obtaining the PhD degree.

In June 2014, I obtained the Lector accreditation (Catalan government accreditation equivalent to ANECA "ayudante doctor" accreditation). 

At this point I decided to continue my education and deepen my background in Statistics and in 2016 I obtained the Statistics and Operations Research master’s degree of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya-Universitat de Barcelona. This master has driven me to new areas of research, many of them with important practical applications and where a theoretical probabilistic background is greatly appreciated.

I have decided to join to the new research project "Advanced statistical methods for survival analysis and omics data".

I am currently working on goodness-of-fit tests for right and interval-censored data.

Research areas:

Stochastic differential equations

Survival analysis

Fractional Brownian Motion


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PhD in Mathematics, Universitat de Barcelona, March 2011

MSc in Statistics and Operations Research, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, June 2016

MSc in Advanced Mathematics, Universitat de Barcelona, September 2007

BSc in Mathematics, Universitat de Barcelona, March 2006


Probability and Statistics, Degree in Economics UPF

Mathematics III, Degree in Economics UPF