I graduated with a Ph. D. degree in Chemical Engineering from University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, in June 2016. Being part of the Kofke group, my research mainly focused on developing theoretical methods and algorithms for use in Path Integral Monte Carlo simulations, to evaluate quantum virial coefficients. During my Ph. D., I contributed Java code to the development of an open source molecular simulations API Etomica. I'm a software and computer science enthusiast and like to learn different programming and scripting languages. I find the field of quantum chemistry and quantum mechanics fascinating. Machine Learning and Data Science are, according to me, going to play a huge role in the development of technology and services in the coming years and, I'm interested in learning different software tools to handle problems related to Big Data. Outside of academics, I'm also passionate about badminton and sports in general. Definitely a dog person and will hopefully get one soon!
Mathematical Modeling, Open Source Software and Algorithm Development, Web Development, Parallel and High Performance Computing, Molecular Modeling and Simulations, Chemical Engineering, Data Analysis, Quantum chemistry and Quantum Mechanics.