Me

Shirshendu Ganguly

I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Statistics at UC Berkeley.

401 Evans Hall
UC Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720
sganguly@berkeley.edu.

Research

I am broadly interested in probability theory and its applications. Recently I have been working on problems in Disordered metric geometries with focus on geometry of geodesics in percolation models, Scaling limits and Phase transitions in statistical mechanics, Large deviations and counting problems in sparse non-linear settings, Mixing time of Markov Chains, Random walk on graphs and Random Matrix theory.

Education and past employment.

Teaching

Recent Works

Mixing time for random surface evolutions.

Environment seen from infinite geodesics in Liouville Quantum Gravity.

Stability, Noise sensitivity and Chaos in dynamical last passsage percolation models.

Fractal Geometry of Airy Sheet

Geodesic watermelons and optimal tail exponents for general Last passsage percolation models.

Random walk on stationary graphs.

Interface geometry in low temperature Ising model.

Non-linear Large deviations and counting problems in sparse settings.

Polymer weight profile.

Fluctuation exponents, delocalization and large deviations of polymers.

Concentration of measure for Exponential Random Graphs.

Law of iterated logarithm for coupled polymer weights.

Rigidity of Coulomb gases.

Self Avoiding Walks.

Eigenvectors of high girth graphs.

Gibbs measure on Random Matrices and Lattice gauge theory.

Competitive Erosion.

Self organized criticality.

Mixing time of Markov chains.

My research is supported by an NSF CAREER Award and a Sloan Fellowship in Mathematics.