Associate Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Delaware
(formerly I went by Nayantara Bhatnagar)

banerjee.naya@gmail.com

528 Ewing Hall,
Mathematical Sciences,
University of Delaware,
Newark, DE, 19716.

Research: Google Scholar
My interests are in probability and combinatorics, often motivated by problems from statistical physics, statistics and theoretical computer science. In particular, I have worked on mixing times of Markov chains, random walks, random permutations and Gibbs measures on trees and random graphs.

Aug 2016 – Present: Associate Professor at the Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Delaware.
Aug 2012 – Jul 2016: Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Delaware.
Feb 2011 – Jul 2012 : Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Department of Statistics, UC Berkeley.
2009 – Jan 2011: Postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
2007 – 09 : Visiting Neyman Assistant Professor at the Department of Statistics, UC Berkeley.
2007: PhD in Algorithms, Combinatorics and Optimization, Georgia Tech. My advisors were Dana Randall and Eric Vigoda.

Spring 2019:
I am on sabbatical.

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