I am an Assistant Professor at Statistics and Mathematics Unit, Indian Statistical Institute (Bangalore). My main research interest is probability and more specifically, stochastic geometry. Recently, I have also started looking at questions in Random Topology. On why the mix of Topology, Probability and Statistics (TOPOS) have interesting questions, read these four accessible and interesting articles (1,2,3,4). For more about my research, you can read my research statement (written in 2014) and/or see the links above.
Prospective (and also current faculty) of ISI can see the following useful webpage.
This webpage lists upcoming conferences at ISI, Bangalore.
This webpage has very useful information about applied topology seminars and conferences.
Suggested readings for students in Probability (written by Manjunath Krishnapur).
Institute of Mathematical Statistics - Has useful information on probability and statistics conferences, interesting articles and free membership for graduate students.
Tricki - 'a Wiki-style site that is intended to develop into a large store of useful mathematical problem-solving techniques'.
CURRENT AND FUTURE EVENTS
With Manjunath Krishnapur, I am co-organizing the Bangalore Probability Seminar. Some probability related events are also listed on the calendar.
Reading Seminar on SPDEs. (Jul - Sep, 2016).
A Probability Meeting to be Named Later (12-14, May 2017).
Lectures on Probability and Stochastic Processes. (Nov 25-29, 2016).