I am an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Oxford and a fellow of Pembroke College. I have worked at the IAS (as a Member), at the Turing (as one of its first Research Fellows), at Penn (as a Postdoc with Robert Ghrist), and at Rutgers (as a PhD student of Konstantin Mischaikow). Here is a brief CV.



Mathematical Institute,
University of Oxford,
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter,
Woodstock Rd,
Oxford OX2 6GG, UK.

Office: S3.04, Andrew Wiles Building
Email: nanda at maths.ox.ac.uk
Twitter: @viditnanda


Broadly speaking, I work in applied algebraic topology. For more details, you could consult my research statement (pdf), read some of my papers, or download some software. For fewer details, consider watching this short video (on YouTube).

I co-organize the Theory and Algorithms in Data Science seminar at the Turing Institute in London as well as the Data Science Seminar at Oxford. Please email me if you'd like to schedule a talk in either seminar.


I am teaching computational algebraic topology this term. For information on courses that I've taught previously, see the teaching page.