Abby Stevens

Abby Stevens

University of Chicago

H-index: 4

North America-United States

About Abby Stevens

Abby Stevens, With an exceptional h-index of 4 and a recent h-index of 4 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Chicago,

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Trajectory-oriented optimization of stochastic epidemiological models

NSF RESUME HPC Workshop: High-Performance Computing and Large-Scale Data Management in Service of Epidemiological Modeling

NSF RESUME EcoEpi Workshop: One Health Surveillance and Predictive Intelligence for Eco-Epidemiological Modeling

Developing distributed high-performance computing capabilities of an open science platform for robust epidemic analysis

Co-Designing Capabilities for a Robust Pandemic

Impact of changes in protective behaviors and out-of-household activities by age on COVID-19 transmission and hospitalization in Chicago, Illinois

Lazy Estimation of Variable Importance for Large Neural Networks

Graph-guided regularized regression of Pacific Ocean climate variables to increase predictive skill of southwestern US winter precipitation

Abby Stevens Information

University

University of Chicago

Position

Statistics PhD Student

Citations(all)

319

Citations(since 2020)

317

Cited By

59

hIndex(all)

4

hIndex(since 2020)

4

i10Index(all)

2

i10Index(since 2020)

2

Email

University Profile Page

University of Chicago

Top articles of Abby Stevens

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Trajectory-oriented optimization of stochastic epidemiological models

Arindam Fadikar

Nicholson Collier

Abby Stevens

Jonathan Ozik

Mickaël Binois

...

2023/12/10

NSF RESUME HPC Workshop: High-Performance Computing and Large-Scale Data Management in Service of Epidemiological Modeling

arXiv preprint arXiv:2308.04602

Abby Stevens

Jonathan Ozik

Kyle Chard

Jaline Gerardin

Justin M Wozniak

2023/8/8

NSF RESUME EcoEpi Workshop: One Health Surveillance and Predictive Intelligence for Eco-Epidemiological Modeling

Abby Stevens

Jonathan Ozik

Junhong Chen

Rachel Poretsky

Arvind Ramanathan

2023/8

Developing distributed high-performance computing capabilities of an open science platform for robust epidemic analysis

Nicholson Collier

Justin M Wozniak

Abby Stevens

Yadu Babuji

Mickaël Binois

...

2023/5/15

Co-Designing Capabilities for a Robust Pandemic

PEDRO NASCIMENTO DE LIMA

ABBY STEVENS

RAFFAELE VARDAVAS

JONATHAN OZIK

ROBERT J LEMPERT

2023

Impact of changes in protective behaviors and out-of-household activities by age on COVID-19 transmission and hospitalization in Chicago, Illinois

Annals of Epidemiology

Anna L Hotton

Jonathan Ozik

Chaitanya Kaligotla

Nick Collier

Abby Stevens

...

2022/12/1

Lazy Estimation of Variable Importance for Large Neural Networks

Yue Gao

Abby Stevens

Garvesh Raskutti

Rebecca Willett

2022/6/28

Graph-guided regularized regression of Pacific Ocean climate variables to increase predictive skill of southwestern US winter precipitation

Journal of climate

Abby Stevens

Rebecca Willett

Antonios Mamalakis

Efi Foufoula-Georgiou

Alejandro Tejedor

...

2021/1

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Abby Stevens FAQs

What is Abby Stevens's h-index at University of Chicago?

The h-index of Abby Stevens has been 4 since 2020 and 4 in total.

What are Abby Stevens's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Trajectory-oriented optimization of stochastic epidemiological models

NSF RESUME HPC Workshop: High-Performance Computing and Large-Scale Data Management in Service of Epidemiological Modeling

NSF RESUME EcoEpi Workshop: One Health Surveillance and Predictive Intelligence for Eco-Epidemiological Modeling

Developing distributed high-performance computing capabilities of an open science platform for robust epidemic analysis

Co-Designing Capabilities for a Robust Pandemic

Impact of changes in protective behaviors and out-of-household activities by age on COVID-19 transmission and hospitalization in Chicago, Illinois

Lazy Estimation of Variable Importance for Large Neural Networks

Graph-guided regularized regression of Pacific Ocean climate variables to increase predictive skill of southwestern US winter precipitation

are the top articles of Abby Stevens at University of Chicago.

What is Abby Stevens's total number of citations?

Abby Stevens has 319 citations in total.