Vasanti N. Bhat-Nayak
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Vasanti N. Nayak
10 June 1938, India
|Died||12 February 2009|
|Alma mater||University of Mumbai|
|Known for||Combinatorial design and Graph Theory|
|Institutions||University of Mumbai|
|Doctoral advisor||S. S. Shrikhande|
Vasanti N. Bhat-Nayak (10 June 1938 – 12 February 2009) was a professor of combinatorics and head of the department of mathematics, University of Mumbai. Vasanti Nayak was known for her work in balanced incomplete block designs, bivariegated graphs, graceful graphs, graph equations and frequency partitions.
Vasanti Bhat was a Goud Saraswat Brahmin was raised in Pune. She earned a M.Sc. in mathematics from Pune University and a Ph.D. from the University of Mumbai in 1970 on her work "Some New Results in PBIBD Designs and Combinatorics". S. S. Shrikhande was her advisor.
She died on 12 February 2009 in her residence in Chembur.
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