Rabi N. Bhattacharya
    Professor of Mathematics

        Department of Mathematics
        The University of Arizona
     Office: MATH 603
     Phone: 520-626-5647
     Email: rabi@math.arizona.edu

  Academic Career
   . Ph.D. (Statistics), University of Chicago, 1967. 
    . Assistant Professor of Statistics, University of California at Berkeley, 1967-1972.
   . Associate Professor of Mathematics, University of Arizona, 1972-1977.
   . Professor of Mathematics, University of Arizona, 1977-1982.
   . Professor of Mathematics, Indiana University, 1982-2002.
   . Professor of Mathematics, University of Arizona, 2002-Present.

  Research Interests
    . Probability
Asymptotic behavior of Markov processes. Stochastic differential equations. Central limit theorems. Probabilistic approach to certain classes of PDEs.
     . Statistics
Large sample theory. Edgeworth expansions and bootstrapping. Statistical inference on manifolds. Shape constrained nonparametric curve estimation and Bioassay.
     . Applications of Probability to Economics
Random dynamical systems as economic models

. Spring 2014: MATH 565C-Stochastic Differential Equations.
. Spring 2015: 565A- Stochastic Processes (Discrete Parameter)

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