Krishna Maddaly is a Mathematical Physicist working in spectral theory of Schrodinger operators both deterministic and random. A physicist by his pre-doctoral training, he moved to Mathematics during his doctoral studies at the Indian Statistical Institute. He was at The Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai before moving to Ashoka. During his post-doctoral work, Krishna worked at the University of California, Irvine and as Bateman Research Instructor at the California Institute of Technology. He spent a year each at the Brown University, Providence and the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru for his Sabbatical. He is in the editorial board of Reviews in Mathematical Physics and a Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences, Allahabad.
On the Local Eigenvalue Statistics for Random Band Matrices in the Localization Regime
Localisation and Delocalisation for a Simple Quantum Wave Guide with Randomness