Assistant Professor
Department of Statistics, MATH 540, Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN, 47907, USA
Email: owada[at]purdue[dot]edu
EDUCATION
 CORNELL UNIVERSITY, NY, USA,
Ph.D. in Operations Research with concentration in Applied Probability and Statistics, August 2013.
Thesis advisor: Professor Gennady Samorodnitsky.
 THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO, Tokyo, JAPAN,
M. A. Economics, Statistics Course, March 2004, B. A. Economics, March 2002.
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT
 PURDUE UNIVERSITY , West Lafayette, IN, USA,
Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, August 2016  present
 TECHNION  ISRAEL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Haifa, ISRAEL,
European Commission Senior Researcher, September 2013  August 2016, under Professor Robert J. Adler.
INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE
 BANK OF JAPAN, Tokyo, JAPAN,
Economist, 2004  2006.
RESEARCH INTERESTS
 Heavy tail probability, Stable processes, Infinitely divisible processes, Extreme value theory, Long range dependence, Infinite ergodic theory.
 Random topology, Topological data analysis, Persistent homology, Random graph theory, Hyperbolic geometry.
GRANT
 National Science Foundation (NSF), Division of Mathematical Sciences  Probability and Topology, `` Random Algebraic Topology (#1811428),"
2018/8  2021/7.
PUBLICATIONS Functional strong law of large numbers for Betti numbers in the tail,
Takashi Owada and Zifu Wei, Submitted
 Limit theory for Ustatistics under geometric and topological constraints with rare events,
Takashi Owada, Submitted
 Functional strong law of large numbers for Euler characteristic processes of extreme sample clouds,
Andrew M. Thomas and Takashi Owada, To appear in Extremes.
 Convergence of persistence diagram in the subcritical regime,
Takashi Owada, Submitted
 Limit Theorems for topological invariants of the dynamic multiparameter simplicial complex,
Takashi Owada, Gennady Samorodnitsky, and Gugan Thoppe, To appear in Stochastic Processes and their Applications.
 Functional limit theorems for the Euler characteristic process in the critical regime,
Andrew M. Thomas and Takashi Owada, Advances in Applied Probability, Volume 53 (2021), 5780.
 A functional noncentral limit theorem for multiplestable processes with longrange dependence,
Shuyang Bai, Takashi Owada, and Yizao Wang, Stochastic Processes and their Applications, Volume 130 (2020), 57685801.
 Convergence of persistence diagram for topological crackle,
Takashi Owada and Omer Bobrowski,
Bernoulli, Volume 26 (2020), 22752310.
 Limit theorems for processlevel Betti numbers for sparse and critical regimes,
Takashi Owada and Andrew M. Thomas,
Advances in Applied Probability, Volume 52 (2020), 131.
 Subtree counts on hyperbolic random geometric graphs,
Takashi Owada and D. Yogeshwaran,
Submitted
 Topological crackle of heavytailed moving average processes,
Takashi Owada
Stochastic Processes and Their Applications, Volume 129 (2019), 49654997.
 Limit theorems for Betti numbers of extreme sample clouds with application to persistence barcodes,
Takashi Owada,
The Annals of Applied Probability, Volume 28 (2018), 28142854.
 Functional central limit theorem for subgraph counting processes,
Takashi Owada,
Electronic Journal of Probability, 22, 2017, arXiv
 Functional central limit theorem for negatively dependent heavytailed stationary infinitely divisible processes generated by conservative flows,
Paul Jung, Takashi Owada, and Gennady Samorodnitsky,
The Annals of Probability, Volume 45 (2017), 20872130, arXiv
 Limit theorems for point processes under geometric constraints (and topological crackle),
Takashi Owada and Robert J. Adler,
The Annals of Probability, Volume 45 (2017), 20042055, arXiv
 Maxima of long memory stationary symmetric alphastable processes, and selfsimilar processes with stationary maxincrements,
Takashi Owada and Gennady Samorodnitsky,
Bernoulli , Volume 21 (2015), 15751599, arXiv
 Limit theory for the sample autocovariance for heavy tailed stationary infinitely divisible processes generated by conservative flows,
Takashi Owada,
Journal of Theoretical Probability , Volume 29 (2016), 6395, arXiv
 Functional central limit theorem for heavy tailed stationary infinitely divisible processes generated by conservative flows,
Takashi Owada and Gennady Samorodnitsky,
The Annals of Probability , Volume 43 (2015), 240285. arXiv
RESEARCH REPORT
THESIS
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
 Elements of Stochastic Processes (Master  Ph.D level), Purdue University, Fall 2018, Fall 2019
 Probability Theory I (Ph.D level), Purdue University, Spring 2018
 Introduction to Probability (Master  Ph.D level), Purdue University, Fall 2017, Spring 2019, Fall 2020
 Basic Probability and Applications (Master level), Purdue University, Fall 2016, Spring 2017
 Probability (Undergraduate level), Purdue University, Spring 2020
 Long Range Dependence and Heavy Tails (Ph.D level), Technion, Fall 2015

