After a PhD from the Indian Statistical Institute, C. K. Raju started off as a formal mathematician, teaching advanced calculus (real analysis, functional analysis) and statistics. Later, he played a key role in building India’s first supercomputer.
He has long been a Professor in various departments and universities. He was until recently a Tagore Fellow of the Indian Institute of Advanced Study. Currently, he is an Honorary Professor at the Indian Institute of Education.
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