About Me :
As a Ph.D. Student, I am working on Probability Theory under the guidance of Professor Antar Bandyopadhyay in the Stat-Math Unit, ISI Delhi.
My research interests include: Probability theory, Sampling theory, Graph Theory and Combinatorial problems.
2002, M.Sc. In Statistics, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran
1999, B.Sc. In Statistics, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran
Preprints/Work in Progress:
(with Antar Bandyopadhyay) On the expected total number of infections for virus spread on a finite network
(with Antar Bandyopadhyay) On the nearest neighbor algorithm for mean field traveling salesman problem
(with Antar Bandyopadhyay) Connectivity threshold of random geometric graphs with Cantor distributed vertices
Awards and Honors:
Senior Research Fellowship (2009) ,Indian Statistical Institute
Junior Research Fellowship (2007-2009), Indian Statistical Institute
Top ranked M.A. student award (2001), Isfahan University of Technology
Second ranked B.Sc student award (1999), Isfahan University of Technology
Top ranked Expert of Statistics (2005-2006), Iranian Social Security Organization
Top ranked author of statistical papers (2001), Iranian Statistical Society
Iranian Statistical Society
Institute of Mathematical Statistics
Salehi, M. and Sajadi, F.,”Adaptive Sampling Based on Order Statistics”’ Andisheh Amari, 2001.
Sajadi, F., “Applications of Maximum Entropy to Regional and Urban Planning”, Amaregan, 5, pp18-19, 2000
Rejali, A., Sajadi, F., “Geometry & Mathematics Competitions”, vol2, 2002