Dr. Katherine B. Krystinik
Professor of Mathematics
Dr. Katherine B. Krystinik’s research interests focus in the area of robust statistics, including her work at Princeton University with John Tukey. At the Academy, she regularly supervises senior capstone projects in Operations Research and Computer Analysis, and interdisciplinary advanced research and scholars projects that span Operations Research, Statistical Applications, Electrical Engineering, and the Policy Sciences related to maritime risk, performance measurement, and maritime capacity-building and resilience.
Dr. Krystinik previously worked in statistics at Bell Labs and at the U.S. Geological Survey. She is a recipient of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association Distinguished Faculty Award.
Dr. Krystinik graduated from Middlebury College with a degree in Mathematics, and earned her Masters and Ph.D. in Statistics from Princeton University. Her dissertation was titled, “Data Modifications Based on Order: Pushback; A Configural Polysampling Approach.”