I am an associate professor in the Production and Quantitative Methods area
. I am also a member of the Centre for Management of Health Services
I primarily teach topics related to Statistics, Mathematics and Operation Research. My primary research area is time series analysis, modelling and forecasting. I am also interested in categorical data analysis, modeling of discrete valued stochastic processes, medical statistics and, in general, applications of statistics.
I joined IIMA in 2012. Before coming here, I have worked at the School of Mathematics, University of Birmingham, UK as a lecturer (2008-2012), and, before that, at the Department of Statistics and Applied Probability, National University of Singapore as an assistant professor (2005-2008).
I obtained my PhD from the Department of Statistics, University of California, Berkeley in 2005. My PhD supervisor was Prof. David Brillinger,
is my PhD geneology.
I do not need any research interns for my research. It is therefore not possible for me to reply to internship requests individually. I apologize to the interested students for the same.