Theory Group, Microsoft Research, Redmond
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I am interested in statistical inference problems in complex systems, in particular on random graphs and in genomics. I am also interested more broadly in applied probability, combinatorial statistics, information theory, control theory, interacting particle systems, and voting.
This past summer I taught 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 December 12 - 16: I will give a talk at the Dynamic Networks workshop at the Isaac Newton Institute in Cambridge, UK.
Recent news and events:
2016 December 7: I gave a talk in the Mathematics Colloquium at McGill University.
2016 December 5: I gave a talk in the Mathematics Colloquium at CMU.
2016 November 30: I gave a talk in the probability seminar at Princeton University.
2016 Nov. 17: New paper with Jacob Richey:
A smooth transition from Wishart to GOE.
2016 July 7: Microsoft and University of Washington researchers set record for DNA storage!
2016 June/July: I gave a minicourse on statistical network analysis at University of Washington (June 6 - 10) and at the XX Brazilian School of Probability (July 4 - 9).
See older news here.