Rohan Sarkar
Assistant Research Professor
rohan.sarkar@uconn.edu  
Office Location  MONT 309 
Campus  Storrs 
Courses  MATH 2210Q (Applied linear algebra) 
Research Interests 

About:
I am an Assistant Research Professor in the Mathematics department of the University of Connecticut. In June 2022, I obtained my Ph.D. in Operations Research from Cornell University, under the supervision of Prof. Pierre Patie. Prior to that, I received both Bachelor’s (2015) and Masters’s degree (2017) in Statistics from Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata.
Research Interests: My research interests include the spectral analysis of non selfadjoint Markov semigroups, studying their rate of convergence to equilibrium, and obtaining relevant functional inequalities for them.
Publications/preprints:
 – Discrete selfsimilar and ergodic Markov chains (with Laurent Miclo and Pierre Patie), Annals of Probability, 50(6), 20852132, DOI: 10.1214/22AOP1577, arXiv.
 – A new class of solutions to the van Dantzig Problem, the LeeYang property, and the Riemann Hypothesis (with Takis Konstantopoulos and Pierre Patie), Annales de l’institut Fourier, to appear. Researchgate
 – Weak similarity orbit of the (log)selfsimilar Markov semigroups on the Euclidean space (with Pierre Patie), Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, to appear. Researchgate, arXiv.