Kent D. Wall, Professor
Kent D. Wall, Professor, attended the University of Minnesota earning a Ph.D. in Control Sciences. After completing his studies he was awarded two postdoctoral fellowships in England, the first with the University of Manchester, and the second with the University of London. While in the U.K. he did lecturing at H.M. Treasury, the Bank of England, Queen Mary College, Imperial College, London School of Economics, and London Business School. He returned to the U.S. as a Research Associate with the National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Before coming to the Naval Postgraduate School he was an Associate Professor of Systems Engineering at the University of Virginia. His research interests focus on the development of quantitative aids in decision making. He has published his work in many scholarly journals, including the IEEE Trans. Automatic Control, Automatica, Proceedings of the IEE, Communications in Statistics, Jour. Business and Economic Stats., Jour. Time Series Anal., Jour. of Econometrics and JASA. He joined the faculty in August 1985 and served as Assistant Director for Academic Programs from 1993-1998. In 1995 he was invited to present a special course in time series modeling at the University of Paris IX (Dauphine).
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