School of Management and Labour Studies
M. Sc (Indian Institute Of Technology, Powai, Mumbai)
B.Sc. (Hons) (Banaras Hindu University)
Ph.D (Banaras Hindu University)
Dr. Himanshu is an Assistant Professor in the Labour Market Research Facility (LMRF) at the School of Management and Labour Studies, TISS, Mumbai. Prior to TISS, he has worked as an Assistant Professor at AIAS, Amity University, Noida. He has completed his M.Sc. in Applied Statistics and Informatics from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, and his Ph.D. in Statistics from Banaras Hindu University.
His research work is mainly focused on the analysis of incomplete data. He has developed various computational techniques and demonstrated their implementation through various real data sets. He has presented his work at various national and international conferences and published them as articles in numerous reputed journals. He has also skilled in the programming languages C, C++, and R. His expertise in software extends to SAS, a powerful computational software in statistics, and LaTex, a software system for creating documents.
Reliability and Survival Analysis
Advanced Bayesian Computation
1.Sharma, Vineet, Himanshu Rai, Dev Nath Singh Gautam, Pradeep Prajapati, and Rohit Sharma, "Emerging evidence on Omicron (B.1.1.529) SARS-CoV-2 variant", Journal of Medical Virology (2022).
2. Tomer K., Sanjeev, Himanshu Rai, "Robust Bayesian estimation of cumulative incidence function for competing risk data with missing causes", Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation (2021).
3. Rai, Himanshu, M.S. Panwar, and Sanjeev K. Tomer, "Analysis of masked data with Lindley failure model", Communications in Statistics-Simulation and Computation (2021).
4. Rai, Himanshu, Sanjeev K. Tomer, and Anoop Chaturvedi, "Robust estimation with variational Bayes in presence of competing risks", METRON (2021).
5. Sharma, Vineet, Dev Nath S. Gautam, Himanshu Rai, and Narendra K. Singh, "Acute and sub-chronic toxicity study of traditional Indian medicine Manahshila (realgar)", Toxicology and Environmental Health Sciences (2020).