Dr. Dingjing Shi is an assistant professor in Quantitative Psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Oklahoma. Dingjing received her Ph.D. and M.A. in quantitative psychology at the University of Virginia, and her M.S. in learning and developmental sciences at Indiana University Bloomington.
Dingjing is a statistical methodologist. She is particularly interested in the methodological aspects of Bayesian statistics, longitudinal models, and network psychometrics. She is also interested in applying statistical methods to developmental, cognitive, and health-related studies.
Dingjing’s role in CHEPS would be to develop and apply statistical modeling methods to study public acceptance and community decision-making for H2 production and inform interventions to help communicate hydrogen storage and production risks.