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Throughout my education and career, I’ve worked on several research projects and have been fortunate to be involved with these works. Check out my complete resume below, and contact me with your questions or if you’d like more detailed information.
Ph.D. in Physics (2019 - Present) : Texas A&M University (TAMU), College Station, Texas, USA
Masters (M.Sc.) in Physics (2016 -2019) : National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER), Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India
Advisor: Prof. Bedangadas Mohanty
Thesis: "Study of Si-32 background for CDMS II and neutron detector for dark matter search experiments".
Bachelors (B.Sc) in Physics (2013-2016) : Ramakrishna Mission Residential College (Autonomous), Affiliated to University of Calcutta, Narendrapur, Kolkata, India
I am involved in the SuperCDMS collaboration which is a dedicated direct dark matter search experiment since my Masters under the supervision of Prof. Bedangadas Mohanty at NISER. After that, I joined TAMU for my doctorate studies under Prof. Dave Toback. Toback's group is mainly focussed on Trigger/DAQ, Analysis, and Detector Monte Carlo for the SuperCDMS experiment. The group webpage is here.
1. During my Masters at NISER, India, I was involved in the Study of Si-32 background for CDMS II, SuperCDMS Collaboration under the supervision of Prof. Bedangadas Mohanty. Also, I've studied the Neutron detector simulation for dark matter search experiments and published my Masters' thesis named "Study of Si-32 background for CDMS II and neutron detector for dark matter search experiments".
2. I've worked on "Modification of Poisson's equation and its application: modified Chandrasekhar limit" under Prof. Banibrata Mukhopadhyay at IISc, Bangalore, India.
3. I had studied "Characterization and testing of Multi-Wire Proportional Chamber ( MWPC )" under the guidance of Dr. Tilak Kumar Ghosh at VECC, Kolkata, India.
T. Aralis et al. (SuperCDMS Collaboration), Constraints on low-mass, relic dark matter candidates from a surface-operated SuperCDMS single-charge sensitive detector [arXiv: 2005.14067].
T. Aralis et al. (SuperCDMS Collaboration), Constraints on dark photons and axion-like particles from SuperCDMS Soudan [Phys. Rev. D 101, 052008] [arXiv:1911.11905].
Neutron detection using liquid scintillator and study of polyethene and borated polyethene for neutron shielding, Proceedings, DAE Intl. Symp. on Nucl. Phys., Vol 63 [click here].
Confererence Talks, Posters
Dec.10-14, 2018: Oral presentation in XXIII DAE-BRNS High Energy Physics Symposium, IIT Madras, India.
Dec.10-14, 2018: Poster in DAE International Symposium on Nuclear Physics, BARC, Mumbai, India.
Conferences / Workshops Attend
Aug 10-21, 2020: The Almost Invisibles: Exploring the Weakly Coupled Universe, 48th SLAC Summer Institute (SSI 2020), Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC), CA, USA.
June 30-July 2, 2020: FRIB-TA Summer School: Dense matter in Astrophysics, organized by Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) Theory Alliance, Michigan State University, MI, USA.
June 22-July 2, 2020: Neutrino 2020, XIX International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics [Online], Chicago, IL, USA.
June 2-5, 2020: Dark Matter at the LHC 2020 [Online], 7th DM@LHC Workshop, DESY, Hamburg, Germany.
May 25-30, 2020: Large Hadron Collider Physics Conference [Online], 8th LHCP 2020 Workshop, International Conference Center of Sorbonne University, Pierre et Marie Curie campus, Paris.
May 20, 2020: TRU Virtual Physics Conference, Thompson Rivers University, BC, Canada.
May 4-6, 2020: Phenomenology 2020 Symposium (PHENO) [Online], University of Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
Apr 18-21, 2020: APS April Meeting (Virtual), American Physical Society, Washington DC, USA.
Jan 10-12, 2020: SuperCDMS Collaboration Meeting, Texas A&M University (TAMU), College Station, TX, USA.
Jan. 7-27, 2019: XII SERB School on Experimental High Energy Physics, TIFR, Mumbai, India.
June 18-19, 2018: Symposium on Heavy-Ion Physics at FAIR, RHIC and LHC Facilities, NISER, Bhubaneswar, India.
Dec. 18-23, 2017: GIAN course on Dark Matter: the astroparticle perspective, JNU, New Delhi, India.
So far, I've taught the following courses as a Teaching Assistant (TA) :
Summer, 2020: Don't Panic - Mechanics, TAMU, USA.
Spring, 2020: Newtonian Mechanics for Engineers and Scientists, TAMU, USA.
Fall, 2019: Newtonian Mechanics for Engineers and Scientists, TAMU, USA.
Python | C++ | FORTRAN 95
ROOT (C++ based) | PyROOT (C++ and Python integrated) | Jupyter | GEANT4 (Simulation toolkit) | LaTeX | Origin | MATLAB | MATHEMATICA
Linux | Windows | Mac OS X
UGC-CSIR National Eligibility Test (NET) qualified - June 2017.
All India Rank 24 in Joint Entrance Screening Test (JEST) - 2016.
Top 1% in National Graduate Physics Examination (NGPE) - 2016.
Recipient of INSPIRE scholarships, funded by DST, Govt. of India, for 3 consecutive years during B.Sc. (2013-16).