If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it,you can become it.
-William Arthur Ward
I am a physics PhD candidate at Ohio Univeristy, Athens, Ohio. I started my PhD program in the fall of 2014 and since then I am doing my research on Astrophysics under the supervision of Dr. Douglas Clowe.
I am primarily interested in astrophysics and particularly galaxy cluster mass estimation.
- Shear estimation of the chromatic and monochromatic galaxies.
- Weak Lensing study of the galaxy clusters and mass estimation.
- Mass estimation of the galaxies clusters.
- The effect of wavelength dependent PSF on the shear estimation of galaxies.
- Usage of machine learning in astronomy projects
- Data analysis
- Galaxies images simulation using Deep Learning
PhD in Astrophysics (Candidate) 2014-present
Currently I am involved in PhD program with topic “Effects of Wavelength Dependence on Galaxy Shear Measurement” which is related to the measurment of shear and mass of the simulated clusters.
Msc, Atmospheric Physics 2012
The thesis was entitled: The Modeling of Soil Temperature in Rampur, Chitwan, Nepal.
BSc, Physics. 2006
Courses included English, Chemistry and Mathematics along with a wide range of physics subfields such as General Mechanics, Basic Electrodynamics, Optics, Heat and Thermodynamics, Modern Physics, Introductory Mechanics and Introductory Mathematical Methods for Physics.
Orchid Science College