I am a PhD student at the Solar and Stellar Interiors department. I am interested in studying the newly discovered inertial modes of oscillations in the sun. Inertial modes are low-frequency large-scale oscillations that may allow us to study properties deep in the solar interior. More specifically, I am using a method called Local Correlation Tracking to measure flows on the surface of the sun, and looking for signatures of these inertial modes in the flow data. I am also interested in machine learning and big data applications in astronomy.


August 2022 – Present: PhD (Physics, University of Göttingen)

Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research • Göttingen, DE

Advisors: Laurent Gizon, ZC Liang, Damien Fournier 


July 2017 – July 2022 :  M.Sc. (Physics), B.E. (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani • Pilani, India  

Master’s Thesis: Solar Magnetogram Generation using Deep Learning 

Bachelor’s Thesis: Estimating structural and dynamical parameters for Red Giants using MCMC Simulations

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