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Sagar Shrivastava

Visiting Faculty of Mathematics, Ashoka University

Ph.D. TIFR, Mumbai

Sagar completed his Integrated Masters degree at NISER, Bhubaneshwar in 2016. Following that, he pursued his PhD at TIFR, Mumbai, and has been a visiting scholar at Ashoka University for the past two years.

Sagar has a strong passion for science communication and actively engages in popularizing science and mathematics through various events. In addition to mathematics, he also has a keen interest in origami and amateur astronomy.

His mathematical pursuits primarily revolve around representation theory, Lie theory, number theory, and algebraic combinatorics.

1) Relative Weyl Character formula, Relative Pieri formulas and Branching rules for Classical groups (Joint work with C.S. Rajan)

2) An uncountable number of proofs of Pythagoras Theorem (Joint work with Gaurav Bhatnagar)

3) A ring for proposal of a nontrivial Dedekind domain (Joint work with Prof. B. Sury and Vaibhav Pandey, Amer. Math. Monthly 125 (2018), no. 4, 356–359.)

  • NTSE
  • KVPY
  • Best thesis award for Master’s thesis at NISER
  • Best Overall Outstanding Academic Performance in the 5 year integrated M.Sc Programme from School of Mathematics, NISER
  • Conferred the Prof. Tribikram Pati Memorial Award for best overall performance at NISER
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