Kartick Adhikari

               Post-Doctoral Fellow
           Stat-Math Unit,
           Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata 700108.
         Contact:  kartickmath [at] gmail-dot-com
        Currently, I am a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Stat-Math Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, working with Professor Arup Bose.   
        I have completed Ph.D. in Mathematics at Department of Mathematics, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, under the supervision
        of Professor Manjunath Krishnapur.  I am working in probability theory, analysis and its applications, more specifically,  random 
        matrices, free probability, point processes, determinantal point processes and potential theory.
1.  Kartick Adhikari and Arup Bose, Limiting spectral distribution of the product of truncated Haar unitary matrices, available at arXiv [arXiv:1807.07240]

2. Kartick Adhikari and Arup Bose,  Brown measure and asymptotic freeness of elliptic and related matrices,  To appear in Random Matrices: Theory and Applications, available at arXiv [arXiv:1710.08160]

3. Kartick Adhikari, Hole probabilities for Beta-ensembles and determinantal point processes in the complex plane, Electronic Journal of Probability 23 (2018), no. 1, 1-21.

4. Kartick Adhikari and Koushik Saha, Universality in the fluctuation of eigenvalues of random circulant matrices,  Statistics and Probability Letters 138 (2018), 1–8. [ arXiv:1708.02726]

5. Kartick Adhikari and Koushik Saha,  Fluctuations of eigenvalues of patterned random matrices,  Journal of Mathematical Physics 58 (2017), no. 6. [arXiv:1610.00864 [math.PR] ]

Kartick Adhikari and Nanda Kishore Reddy, Hole probabilities for finite and infinite Ginibre ensembles,
Int. Math. Res. Not. IMRN 2017, no. 21, 6694–6730. [arXiv:1604.08363]

7.  Kartick Adhikari, Nanda Kishore Reddy, Tulasi Ram Reddy, and Koushik Saha, Determinantal point processes in the plane from products of random matrices, Ann. Inst. Henri Poincare Probab. Stat. 52 (2016), no. 1, 16-46. MR 3449292[arXiv:1308.6817]

Gave a series of lectures on Malliavin calculus and Stein's method for normal approximation, and organized this seminar series along with Yogeshwaran DTulasi Ram Reddy and Sreekar Vadlamani.  Click here to see recent updates on Malliavin calculus.