Home Page for Arnab Sen

I am an assistant professor of Mathemetics at University of Minnesota.

Before coming here, I was a postdoctoral fellow in Statistical Laboratory, University of Cambridge. My host was Prof. Nathanaël Berestycki.

I finished my PhD in 2010 from the Department of Statistics at UC Berkeley. My advisors were Prof. Steven N. Evans and Prof. Elchanan Mossel.

Research Interests: Random matrices, Random Graphs, Interatcting particle system, Discrete Fourier analysis.


Teaching in Fall 2014

Math 2263: Multivariable Calculus.


Research


Past Teaching

UMN
Spring 2014
Math 5651: Basic Theory of Probability and Statistics.
Math 8660: Random Matrix Theory.

Fall 2012
Math 5651: Basic Theory of Probability and Statistics.

Cambridge:
Eatser 2011: A short course on random matrices.
Lent 2012: Stochastic Calculus and its Applications (jointly with Prof. James Norris).


Coauthors

Nathanaël Berestycki, Shankar Bhamidi, Nayantara Bhatnagar, Charles Bordenave, Arup Bose, Nick Crawford, Steven N. Evans, Shreela Gangopadhyay, Christophe Garban, Nathan Keller, Joydip Mitra, Ben Morris, Elchanan Mossel, Krzysztof Oleszkiewicz, Idan Perl, Peter Ralph, Sebastian Schreiber, Bodhisattva Sen, Bàlint Viràg, Ariel Yadin.

Contact information

Address: 238 Vincent Hall
206 Church St SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Email: my first name @ math.umn.edu
Phone: 612 625 1390

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