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Abstract: Pranab Kumar Sen was born on November 7, 1937 in Calcutta, India. His fatherdied when Pranab was 10 years old, so his mother raised the family of sevenchildren. Given his superior performance on an exam, Pranab nearly went intomedical school, but did not because he was underage. He received a B.Sc. degreein 1955 and an M.Sc. degree in 1957 in statistics from Calcutta University,topping the class both times. Dr. Sen-s dissertation on order statistics andnonparametrics, under the direction of Professor Hari Kinkar Nandi, wascompleted in 1961. After teaching for three years at Calcutta University,1961-1964, Professor Sen came to Berkeley as a Visiting Assistant Professor in1964. In 1965, he joined the Departments of Statistics and Biostatistics at theUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he has remained. ProfessorSen-s pioneering contributions have touched nearly every area of statistics. Heis the first person who, in joint collaboration with Professor S. K.Chatterjee, developed multivariate rank tests as well as time-sequentialnonparametric methods. He is also the first person who carried out in-depthresearch in sequential nonparametrics culminating in his now famous Wiley bookSequential Nonparametrics: Invariance Principles and Statistical Inference andSIAM monograph. Professor Sen has over 600 research publications. In addition,he has authored or co-authored 11 books and monographs, and has edited orco-edited 11 more volumes. He has supervised over 80 Ph.D. students, many ofwhom have achieved distinction both nationally and internationally. ProfessorSen is the founding co-editor of two international journals: SequentialAnalysis and Statistics and Decisions.



Author: Malay Ghosh, Michael J. Schell

Source: https://arxiv.org/







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