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Irfan Alam

Graduate Student

379 Lockett Hall
Department of Mathematics
Louisiana State University
Field House Dr
Baton Rouge, LA 70802

email: x@lsu.edu
where x = ialam1

               Clinton Lake

I am a sixth year doctoral student in the Department of Mathematics. As of Fall 2016, I am also a graduate student in the Department of Philosophy, expecting to finish MA in Philosophy by the time I finish my PhD in Mathematics. 

My mathematics advisors are Prof. Karl Mahlburg and Prof. Ambar Sengupta. I work on applications of Nonstandard Analysis to problems coming from a wide variety of areas. My recent work has focused on applications to Probability Theory, but I am also interested in applications to other areas such as combinatorics, number theory, and analysis in general. A more detailed description of my research interests can be found here.

Prior to LSU, I completed the Bachelor of Mathematics (B.Math.) program at Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore; and the Master of Mathematics (M.Math.) program at Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata.

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