Dr. Neeraja Sahasrabudhe

Assistant Professor, Mathematics

Email neeraja(AT)iisermohali.ac.in
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Research Area
Theoretical and Applied Probability
Research Focus
My research interests are mainly in the areas of random processes with reinforcement and high-dimensional probability. In particular, I work on Urn models, consensus on networks, stochastic approximation, compressive sensing and high-dimensional estimation techniques. I am also interested in probability on trees, interacting particle systems, Markov chains and their mixing behavior.


Selected Publications

  • P. Dai Pra, M. Pavon and N. Sahasrabudhe, “A maximum entropy approach to the realizability of spin correlation matrices”, Entropy, Vol. 15, no. 6, 2448-2463, 2013.
  • Vivek S. Borkar, R. Dwivedi and N. Sahasrabudhe, “Gaussian approximations in high dimensional estimation”, Systems Control Lett., Vol. 92, 42-45, 2016.
  • N. Sahasrabudhe, “Synchronization and fluctuation theorems for interacting Friedman urns”, Journal of Applied Probability, Vol. 53, no. 4, 1221-1239, 2016.
  • Vivek S. Borkar, N. Sahasrabudhe, M. A. Vardhan, “Event-driven stochastic approximation”, Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Vol. 47, no. 2, 291-299, 2016.