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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.
Completed my Master of Science in Theoretical Physics with a thesis on Quantum Field Theory. Courseworks: Statistical Mechanics, Particle Physics, Condensed Matter Physics.
We examine cluster labeling technique in percolation and establish a relation between the number of clusters and site occupation probability using Hoshen-Kopelman algorithm.
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.
Courseworks: Quantum Mechanics, Classical Electrodynamics, Algorithm, Introduction to Probability.
Courseworks: Quantum Mechanics, Classical Electrodynamics, Algorithm, Introduction to Probability.
With a thesis on Quantume Field Theory.
Completed my undergrad as Physics major with the minor in Chemistry, Statistics and Mathematics. Major Courseworks: Introduction to Scientific Computing, Classical Mechanics, Nuclear Physics.
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.
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 .
Mathematica, Matlab, Gnuplot
C/C++, Python, Java, R
Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Lightroom, Blender
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