# Peter J. Huber

**Peter Jost Huber** (born 25 March 1934) is a Swiss statistician. He is known for his contributions to the development of heteroscedasticity-consistent standard errors.[1]

Peter J. Huber | |
---|---|

Peter Huber in 1975 | |

Born | |

Nationality | Swiss |

Alma mater | ETH Zürich |

Known for | Heteroscedasticity-consistent standard errors |

Scientific career | |

Fields | Statistics |

Institutions | ETH Zürich Harvard University Massachusetts Institute of Technology University of Bayreuth |

Doctoral advisor | Beno Eckmann |

Doctoral students | David Donoho |

A native of Wohlen, Aargau, Huber earned his Ph.D. at the ETH Zürich in 1962, under supervision of Beno Eckmann. In 2012, he became one of the inaugural fellows of the American Mathematical Society.[2]

## See also

## References

- Cameron, A. Colin; Trivedi, Pravin K. (2005).
*Microeconometrics: Methods and Applications*. Cambridge University Press. pp. 137–139. ISBN 0-521-84805-9. - List of Fellows of the American Mathematical Society, retrieved 2015-05-06.

## External links

This article is issued from
Wikipedia.
The text is licensed under Creative
Commons - Attribution - Sharealike.
Additional terms may apply for the media files.