Pedro Galeano is currently Associate Professor in the Department of Statistics at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Previously, he was an Assistant Teacher in the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (1997-2004), Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, formerly known as Graduate School of Business (2004-2005), Postdoctoral Researcher at the Universidade da Santiago de Compostela (2005-2008) and Assistant Professor at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (2008-2009).
He obtained his B.Sc. in Mathematics from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid in 1995 and his PhD in Mathematical Engineering from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in 2004. He has supervised 4 Ph.D. Thesis and, recently, he has been awarded with one of the Young Researcher Excellence Awards 2014 from the UC3M Board of Trustees.
He is Associate Editor of the Journal of Time Series Analysis and Heliyon and foundational member of the Functional Data Analysis research group of the Spanish National Society of Statistics and Operations Research and the Time Series Modelling and Computation group of the ERCIM working group on Computational and Methodological Statistics.
His main research interests are related with Bayesian Inference, Change point analysis, Dimension reduction techniques, Functional data analysis, Model selection criteria, Outlier detection, and Time series analysis, among others.