Stat-Math Unit, Theoretical Statistics & Mathematics Division, Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi Centre.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Research Interests: Probability Theory and Random Graphs, Stochastic Processes, Extreme Value Theory, Physical models in statistical physics, Brownian Web & Brownian net
Achievements: Prof. Anish Sarkar is an Associate Professor in the Stat-Math Division in the Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi Centre since June 2003. He had joined the Indian Statistical Institute as a Lecturer in July 1998 and was promoted to Assistant Professor in June 2001. He received his Ph.D. in 1996 from the Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi Centre with the thesis titled ‘Some Problems of Continuum Percolation'. His areas of expertise are Mathematical Theory of percolation and related physical models in statistical physics, Random graphs, Extreme Value Theory.