Reg Kulperger

Office: WSC 231
Phone: 519-661-2111 x83627


Ph.D. Carleton University, 1978

Research Areas

  • Inference for stochastic processes, interacting particle systems, point process
  • Bootstrapping techniques
  • Smoothing techniques
  • Asymptotic methods in statistics

Graduate Students Supervision

  • Yifan Li (PhD)
  • Yixuan Liu (MSc)
  • Xiyang Zhang (MSc-T)


  • Kulperger, R. (2014). Change point testing for the drift parameters of a periodic mean reversion process. Statistical Inference for Stochastic Processes, 17 (1): 1-18.
  • Kulperger, R., Creed, I. F., Mengistu, S. G. and Quick, C. G. (2013). Russian nesting dolls effect - Using wavelet analysis to reveal non-stationary and nested stationary signals in water yield from catchments on a northern forested landscape. Hydrological Processes, 27 (5): 669-686.
  • Kulperger, R., Badescu, A., Elliott, R. J., Miettinen, J. and Siu, T. K. (2011). A comparison of pricing kernels for garch option pricing with generalized hyperbolic distributions. Environmental and Ecological Statistics, 14 (5): 669-708.
  • Kulperger, R., Boychuk, D., Braun, W. J., Krougly, Z. L. and Stanford, D. A. (2009). A stochastic forest fire growth model. Environmental and Ecological Statistics, 16 (2): 133-151.
  • Kulperger, R., Kawczak, J. and Yu, H. (2009). Equivalent processes of total time on test, Lorenz and inverse Lorenz processes. Statistics and Probability Letters, 79 (1): 125-130.
  • Kulperger, R. (2009). Securitization of motor insurance loss rate risks. Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 44 (1): 48-58.
  • Kulperger, R., Boychuk, D., Stanford, D. A., Woolford, D. G. and Wotton, B. M. (2009). Erlangian approximations for the transient analysis of a fluid queue model for forest fire perimeter. INFOR, 47 (4): 305-317.