Department of Mathematics and Statistics
About Dr. Miller:
Dr. Miller's research is broadly classified as applied probability, but more specifically he works on statistical inference problems for stochastic processes. His main interests are renewal theory and queueing (waiting line) theory. Additionally, he is beginning work in enumerative combinatorics with a view towards use in discrete distribution theory. He is also involved in statistical consulting with researchers across campus as well as in the East Texas region.
Dr. Miller is a Texas native having lived in Spring, Waco, Fort Worth and Dallas before coming to Nacogdoches. His main hobbies revolve around baseball and he maintains an extensive collection of baseball cards and memorabilia. He is also involved with SFA Athletics serving as the public address announcer for both Ladyjack Volleyball and Lumberjack Baseball.
Ph.D., Southern Methodist University, Statistics (1996)
M.S., Southern Methodist University, Statistics (1993)
B.S., Baylor University, Mathematical Sciences (1991)