Bharath K
Sriperumbudur
The Pennsylvania State
University314 Thomas Building University Park, PA 16802 Phone: +1.814.867.5948 E-mail: bharathsv DOT ucsd [at] gmail DOT com |

I am an assistant professor in the Department
of Statistics at the Pennsylvania
State University. My research interests include non-parametric statistics, empirical process theory, concentration of measure, regularization and inverse problems, reproducing kernel spaces in probability and statistics, statistical learning theory, machine learning, applied harmonic analysis and signal processing. My current research is supported by the award NSF-DMS-1713011, "Reproducing Kernel Hilbert Space Embedding of Measures: Theory and Applications to Statistical Learning." BiosketchPrior to coming to Penn State, I was a research fellow in the Statistical Laboratory, Department
of
Pure
Mathematics
and Mathematical Statistics at the University
of
Cambridge from 2012 to 2014
and was a postdoctoral
research associate at , Gatsby Computational
Neuroscience UnitUniversity
College
London, hosted by from 2010 to 2012.
I received my Ph. D. in Electrical
Engineering in 2010 from the Dr. Arthur GrettonDepartment
of
Electrical
&
Computer
Engineering
at the University of
California, San Diego, where I was
advised by Prof. Gert Lanckriet. |