Research Interests: Statistics, Evidence and Risk, Data of all kinds including Extremes, Public Health, Image, Functional, and Streaming data.
Kaushik Jana joined Ahmedabad University in 2021 as an assistant professor. Prior to that, he was a postdoctoral research associate at Imperial College London (2018-2021) and was a researcher at the Alan Turing Institute. He develops statistical tools to analyse data of different types. He has a distinct preference for research problems that have direct relevance to practical issues and some of his application areas are environment and climate change, public health, cybersecurity. Dr. Jana is a 2019 recipient of the Cecilia Tanner Research Impulse Award, and his work has been funded by Govt. of India, Lloyd's Register Foundation and the Alan Turing Institute among others.
Some of my methodological research interests are in Functional Data Analysis, Extreme Values, and Streaming Data Analytic with application to climatology, extreme event prediction, policymaking, public health and cyber streaming data analytics. Following are areawise projects and publications:
EXTREME VALUE AND HEAVY-TAILED DATA MODELING
STATISTICS FOR POLICY
STREAMING DATA ANALYSIS
• International Statistical Institute (ISI),
• Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS),
• Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society (RSS)
• International Indian Statistical Association (IISA)
• Isaac Newton Institute (INI), Cambridge, UK.