Bhargav Narayanan

Department of Mathematics, Rutgers University
424 Hill Center, 848 445 7282
narayanan [at] math [dot] rutgers [dot] edu

I am broadly interested in combinatorics, probability theory and related areas in statistical physics. Before moving to Rutgers, I was a Research Fellow at St John's College, Cambridge and a member of the DPMMS. Earlier, I received my PhD from the University of Cambridge under Béla Bollobás. Here is a detailed CV. Some other biographical information may be found here.

I organise the discrete mathematics seminar at Rutgers along with Jeff Kahn. Sign up here for the seminar mailing list.

For a full list of publications, see here. Lecture notes for some courses I have taught in the past are available here.

Selected Papers

Subgraphs of large connectivity and chromatic number [PDF].
With A. Girão.

Thresholds versus fractional expectation-thresholds [PDF].
With K. Frankston, J. Kahn and J. Park.

Disproportionate division [PDF].
Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society.
With L. Crew and S. Spirkl.

Spanning surfaces in 3-graphs [PDF].
With A. Georgakopoulos, J. Haslegrave and R. Montgomery.

Coalescence on the real line [PDF].
Transactions of the American Mathematical Society.
With P. Balister, B. Bollobás, and J. Lee.

On symmetric 3-wise intersecting families [PDF].
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society.
With D. Ellis.