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Dr. Arnab Hazra was a postdoctoral fellow in the Extreme Statistics Research Group of Prof. Raphaël Huser from February 2019 until December 2021, doing research on spatial extremes with environmental applications and bayesian statistics.

After his postdoc at KAUST, Arnab moved to the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur, India, where he embraced an academic career by becoming an Assistant Professor of Statistics. See his personal website here.

Education and early career

Arnab Hazra received his Ph.D. in Statistics from North Carolina State University, United States. His Ph.D. advisors were Professors Brian J. Reich and Ana-Maria Staicu. He joined KAUST as a postdoc in February 2019 and moved to IIT Kanpur, India in December 2021.

Areas of expertise and current scientific interests

Dr. Hazra's research interests focus on spatial extremes with environmental applications and Bayesian statistics.