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Dayeen, Fazle Rabbi

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Fazle Rabbi Dayeen
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I'mDayeen

Graduate Student & Enthusiast Photographer

I am a physics graduate student at University of Illinois Chicago. Also working as a teaching assistant there. I enjoy reading. The knowledge and perspective that my reading gives me has strengthened my teaching skills and presentation abilities. People find me to be an upbeat, self-motivated team player with excellent communication skills. I love travelling and photography. I love blogging in my free time. You can check my blog here. To know more about me, keep scrolling.

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Project & Publication

Education



Multi-multifractality and dynamic scaling in WPSL

Journal: Chaos, Solitons & Fractals

Published: Oct /2016

We show that except the conservation of total area, each of the infinitely many non-trivial conservation laws is actually a multifractal measure and hence weighted planar stochastic lattice (WPSL) is a multi-multifractal. We also find that the Lewis law for weighted planar stochastic lattice is obeyed for up to k=8 and the Aboav–Weaire law is violated for the entire range of k.

University of Illinois Chicago

Department of Physics

Graduate Student





Cause-Effect Pair Detection

Project

Completed: May /2016

Completed my Master of Science in Theoretical Physics with a thesis on Quantum Field Theory. Courseworks: Statistical Mechanics, Particle Physics, Condensed Matter Physics.

University of Dhaka

Department of Theoretical Physics

Master of Science /2012




Percolation and Cluster Distribution

Project

Completed: April /2015

We examine cluster labeling technique in percolation and establish a relation between the number of clusters and site occupation probability using Hoshen-Kopelman algorithm.

University of Dhaka

Department of Physics

Bachelor of Science (Hons.) /2011




Analysis of Degrees of Freedom For Vector Tensor Models

MSc. Thesis

Published: Sept /2012

We consider a model in which vector gauge field is coupled directly to an antisymmetric tensor field in presence of a pseudoscalar and a pure scalar mass term and hence calculate the degrees of freedom.

Experiences

Job Experiences

Volunteer



Teaching Assistant

University of Illinois Chicago

Aug 2014- Current

Working as Teaching Assistant at the Department of Physics for more than two years. Responsibility includes facilitate lab session, aid students to understand materials, proctor and grade exams.

Graduate Student Council at UIC

Student Departmental Representatives

Aug 2016- July 2017

Our aim is to represent the interests of graduate students in campus committees throughout the year. Hosting academic workshops and seminars and encourage collaboration across academic programs .

Skills

Scientific Computing

Mathematica, Matlab, Maple

Programming Languages

C/C++, Python, Java, R

Other

Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Blender

My interests

Photography

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Travelling

Places I have visited:
• Grand canyon
• Niagara falls

Extreme Sports

Things I have done:
• Ski down from 1260ft Mountain
• Skydiving from 14,000ft above the sea level
• Drove NASCAR in racing track (Top speed 224.80 km/h)

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