Anirban Basak

I am a postdoctoral fellow at the Mathematics department in Weizmann Institute of Science. At Weizmann I am working with Ofer Zeitouni. My research interests lie in probability theory and its application in other fields. In particular I have recently worked on random matrices, statistical physics, (pseudo)-random graphs, and interacting particle system. I can be reached at my email anirban.basak@weizmann.ac.il. Here is a copy of my CV and research statement. Previously I was a visiting assistant professor at Duke Mathematics Department. While at Duke I worked with Rick Durrett. Before joining Duke I obtained Ph.D. from Stanford Statistics Department in June, 2014. My thesis advisor was Amir Dembo. Prior to Stanford, I completed B.Stat., and M.Stat. from Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata. In my final year of M.Stat., I wrote a dissertation on random matrices, supervised by Arup Bose. |