I am an Associate Professor at Theoretical 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). You may also look at these two courses by Omer Bobrowski and Robert Adler for more detailed reading. For more about my research, you can read my research statement (written in Dec 2013) or the recent survey written for Proceedings of INSA.

USEFUL LINKSFor prospective summer or winter intern students, read here before writing to me.Prospective (and also current faculty) of ISI can see the following useful webpage and in general, look at this must-see webpage for a wealth of information before applying for faculty positions in India. Prospective students can see this webpage for information on courses at ISI, Bangalore and this video for more about ISI, Bangalore. Also see links, videos and slides on this page : ISI Mathematics Day 2019. Advice for Probability graduate students (by Carl Mueller) An effort to collate mathematical `tricks' Suggested readings for students in Probability (written by Manjunath Krishnapur ). A site with a collection of Open Problems | ( CURRENT AND FUTURE EVENTSEARLIER EVENTS ) (Some probability related events are also listed on the calendar.) ISI Student Colloquium (An unofficial page of event listings) (The official page for ISI Seminars is here.) Upcoming (and past) conferences at ISI, Bangalore. Probabilistic Methods in negatively curvature (Mar 11 - 22, 2019 at ICTS, Bangalore). Advances in Applied Probability (Aug 5 -17, 2019 at ICTS, Bangalore). Discussion meeting on stochastic analysis, geometry and random fields (Jan 6 - 10, 2020 at ISI, Bangalore). |