I joined University of Florida as an Assistant Professor of Statistics in Fall 2018. I received a Ph.D. from the Department of Statistics at the University of Chicago. My primary research interests lie in developing novel methods realted to dependent data. Time-varying model analysis in different contexts and strong Gaussian approximations are the two main themes of my dissertation until now. Recently I am focusing on the little studied topic of weak dependence in High-dimensional statistics mostly from the perspective of prediction in different contexts.
I received my undergraduate degree B.Stat in 2011, from Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata and my masters degree [M.Stat] from the same instituition in 2013, with a specialization in Mathematical Statistics and Probability.