These web pages, presented in French, pursue a triple aim:
Pierre Dagnelie graduated as ingénieur agronome (MSc in agriculture) and became docteur en sciences agronomiques (PhD in agricultural sciences), from the Faculté des Sciences agronomiques de Gembloux (Faculty of Agricultural Sciences of Gembloux, currently Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech – Belgium). He acquired additional training in mathematics and statistics at the Université libre de Bruxelles (University of Brussels).
He taught theoretical and applied statistics for over 35 years at the Faculty of Gembloux and is now professor emeritus. He was visiting professor at many universities and institutions of higher education in different European, African and American countries, and conducted scientific missions in about 30 countries.
Pierre Dagnelie is former President and Honorary Life Member of the International Biometric Society, Membre associé émérite (Emeritus Associate Member) of the Académie d'Agriculture de France (Academy of Agriculture of France), Honorary Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain), and Membre d'honneur (Honorary Member) of the Société belge de Statistique (Belgian Statistical Society) and of the Société Adolphe Quetelet (Adolphe Quetelet Society, Belgian Region of the International Biometric Society).
More information in the interview by Sophie Vanbelle (published in B-Stat News 45, 2009).
Latest revision: October 2016.