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Department of  MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS


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Dr. Moumita Chatterjee Assistant Professor / MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS

Email : Moumita@gmail.com

Address : ALIAH UNIVERSITY, IIA/27, NEWTOWN, Kolkata-700160

Education

Ph.D.:  Department of Statistics, University of Calcutta

M.Sc.: Department of Statistics, University of Calcutta

B.Sc.: Honours in Statistics, Department of Statistics, Lady Brabourne College.

Teaching Experience

Assistant Professor, Aliah University, 30.12.2015 - present.

Field of Specialization

Survival Analysis

Courses Taught/Teaching

Survival Analysis

Simulation and Data Analysis

Regression Analysis

Reliability Theory

Multivariate Analysis

R Programming

Descriptive Statistics

SQC and Population Statistics

Economic Statistics and Official Statistics

Basic Statistics

Statistics for Management

Research Area

Regression Analysis,

Applied and Advanced Multivariate Analysis,

Reliability theory,

Biostatistics,

Semi parametric modeling.

Experience

Project Experience:

Attached with the UGC - sponsored project E-pathsala, intending to develop e-contents for post-graduation course in Statistics and have developed contents for the paper “Advanced R”.

Journal Papers Published

  • Sugata Sen Roy and Moumita Chatterjee (2015). Estimating the hazard functions of two alternately occurring recurrent events. Journal of applied statistics. Vol. 42, Issue 7, pp. 1547 – 1555.
  • Chatterjee et. al. (2016). Review in Nanostatistics- A Measure for Low Level Cellular Perturbations by Nanoparticles and Magnetic Fields Using Cluster Maps. Nanospectrum: A Current Scenario. Vol. 1, pp. 1 -18.
  •  Moumita Chatterjee and Sugata Sen Roy (2017). Estimating the hazard functions of two alternating recurrent events in the presence of covariates. AStA Advances in Statistical Analysis. Vol. 102, Number 2, pp. 289 – 304.
  • Moumita Chatterjee and Sugata Sen Roy (2018). A copula-based approach for estimating the survival functions of two alternating recurrent events. Journal of statistical Computation and Simulation. Vol. 88, Issue 16, pp. 3098-3115.



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