- STAT 302 at Texas A&M University: Introductory statistics course for undergraduate students covering basic statistical concepts such as random variables, distrubtion theory, testing etc.
- STAT 633 at Texas A&M University: Gave 6 lectures for the Advanced Bayesian methods course intednded for PhD students. Topics covered were posterior consistency, posterior contraction in high dimensional or nonparametric Bayesian methods. I prepared a semi-formal set of notes based on the topics covered. These notes are mainly prepared from the book “Fundamentals of Bayesian nonparametrics” by Ghosal and Van der Vaart. You can access the book in a series of lectures here. My notes mainly covers parts of Chapters 7, 8 and 9.
STAT 101 at Duke
- I will be teaching STAT 101 in Spring, 2021 at Duke.