Satya Prakash Singh


I am an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics, IIT Hyderabad. I joined IIT Hyderabad in February 2019. Prior to joining IIT Hyderabad, I was a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Statistics, University of Haifa, Israel. I completed my Ph.D. in 2016 from the Department of Mathematics, IIT Bombay.

I work in the field of optimal design of experiments related to cross-over trials, cluster randomised trails, longitudinal studies, and the ordered experiemnts.


    Contact:

    Academic Block C, Office no. 312-G
    Department of Mathematics, IIT Hyderabad
    Kandi, Sangareddy- 502285
    Email: spsingh@iith.ac.in

Publications/Preprints

  1. S. P. Singh, S. Mukhopadhyay and A. Roy,   "Comparison of three level cluster randomized trials using quantile dispersion graphs", Journal of Applied Statistics, 42(8), 1792-1812, 2015

  2. S. P. Singh and S. Mukhopadhyay,   "Bayesian optimal cluster designs", Statistical Methodology, 32, 36-52, 2016

  3. S. Mukhopadhyay and S. P. Singh,   "D­-optimal Multinomial Designs", Book chapter, "Statistical and Mathematical Sciences and their Applications", Chapter 4, Narosa Publication, 2016

  4. S. P. Singh and S. Mukhopadhyay,   "Bayesian Crossover Designs for Generalized Linear Models", Computational Statistics and Data Analysis ,104, 35-50, 2016

  5. S. P. Singh and O. Davidov,   "On the design of experiments with ordered experimental treatments", Journal of Royal Statistical Society: Series B, 81(5), 881-900

  6. S. P. Singh and Pradeep Yadav,   Optimal allocation of subjects in a cluster randomized trial with fixed number of clusters when the ICCs or costs are heterogeneous over clusters, (under revision in Journal of Applied Statistics)

  7. S. P. Singh and O. Davidov,   "On efficient exact experimental designs for ordered treatments", (submitted)

  8. S. P. Singh and O. Davidov,   "On Bayes and Nash experimental designs for hypothesis testing problems", (submitted)

  9. S. P. Singh, S. D. Peddada, and O. Davidov,   "Effective analysis and experimental design: using constraints to draw principled and powerful inferences", (submitted)

  10. S. P. Singh and O. Davidov,   "Optimal designs for testing pairwise differences: a graph based approach", (in progress)


Teaching

  • Regression Analysis

  • Time Series Analysis

  • Statistical Analysis using R