Post Doc Researcher
Theory Group, Microsoft Research, Redmond
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I am interested in probability theory and its applications, particularly statistical inference problems on random graphs and information theoretic problems in genomics.
This summer I will teach a minicourse on statistical network analysis at University of Washington and at the XX Brazilian School of Probability.
Check out the Theory Seminar page for upcoming and recent talks of interest at MSR.
2016 June/July: I will give a minicourse on statistical network analysis at University of Washington (June 6 - 10) and at the XX Brazilian School of Probability (July 4 - 9).
2016 July 10 - 15: ISIT in Barcelona.
Recent news and events:
2016 January 26: A new paper with Shirshendu Ganguly and Elchanan Mossel: Sequence assembly from corrupted shotgun reads.
2016 March 10: I gave a talk at MSR Theory Day.
See older news here.