Aspirant: Physicist, Scientific Programmer & Blogger
- Studies Gravity & Write Codes for it!
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My name is Damodar Rajbhandari. I will finish my B.Sc. Physics degree in 2018 and will be alumni of St. Xavier’s College, Nepal.
Well, I’m very curious about the things that trigger my mind and stay focalize for a long time. But now, I have found such a thing that I could put my best effort to understand it. The most special thing for me is to understand the universe at a very fundamental level. To be specific, Quantum Gravity and similar stuff. So, I will stay focalize on these things in near future.
Basically, I love mathematics in such a way that I can take pictures of it in my mind. So most of the time, I love to play and tweek with mathematical theories. And also, I love to introduce myself as a self-learner programmer (or a software developer).
I love ideas and, always interested to know how it fits and turns into a reality. I believe every theory has the specific idea with exact meaning. But, while the process of getting knowledge of it, it turns into several views and several views turns into several meanings. Now, it’s really hard to pick which one is pure. So, Blogging came into my mind. Lemme answer why! The main thing that came in my mind is that, if I share an article on the topic that I have learned or trying to learn then, other peer people will read my articles and will give some feedback which I thought a wonderful idea.
Having a pure level of knowledge and ideas matters much to me!
Invest your time in such a way that you won't feel you're wasting your time when you relax.
Anaconda Package Manager
Linux
git
Sublime text-3
Kile
Texmaker
Lyx
emacs
Matlab
Geogebra
Eclipse IDE
QtiPlot
gnuplot
Quantum Espresso
Inkscape
R studio
Office
SPSS
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Premiere Pro
Wordpress
Aspirant Ph.D. thesis in Quantum Gravity.
I've taken Physics, Mathematics and Statistics as a major and secured 3.73/4.00 GPA(via wes.org) equivalent to 73pc in aggregate of first three years of Bachelor(final year board just appeared, waiting for results).
My Bachelor thesis is in Quantum Gravity.
I have secured 75pc in aggregate.
During those days, I was very interested in the field of the concept of the field due to Sir. Micheal Faraday to explain Electro-magnetism. I mean, I was very fascinated by the chapter Magnetism and I even try to give a theory about how repulsion and attraction work in magnets. And this trigger to me further and very eager to know, whether is it a mathematical trick to solve physics problem or is it a physical thing that we can see in magnets, gravity and soon.
I have secured 79.75pc.
During those days, I was very football holic, and was a player for ANFA Kaski (All Nepal Football Association) and Garden Football Club. Days turned into studies, when I was very interested in Mathematics especially solving the problems related to Geometry.
This is my under-graduate senior thesis. I will develop a new software toolkit for CDT which will be freely available under the GNU public license and contribute to the open source community.
Reference: cdt-qg-2D/
I have implemented the Ising 2D model in python v3.5. with Object Oriented approach. And I consider, this is my first simulation project. In this work, my main contribution is on the code optimization. I finished this simulation in the sense that I learned some basics of Monte-Carlo Simulation and achieved results that were comparable to Onsager’s solution. After getting the data from simulation, I have presented all my results in a report “A short visit on Ising 2D model". I have also presented the poster of this work in "International Conference on Physics of Space and Materials (ICPSM 2017)”.
Reference: Ising-Model-in-2D/
I have made the template much clearer than the one which we can find in overleaf.
Reference: SXC-project-proposal/
I have developed an optimized version of code for fixed point iteration method in Matlab.
Reference: Fixed-Point-Iteration-Method/
I'm the active editorial member for the year(2017-2018) in this Journal. This journal belongs to the category called as "Post-Publication Peer Review Journal". Also, it is an overlay journal on viXra.
Reference: sxpc.ga/journal
This magazine is the Physics department's magazine at St. Xavier's College.
During the council, my job is to maintain sxpc.ga site and other IT related works.
Being in club helped me to be a social and friendly person as I'm now!
Rajbhandari, Damodar (2017). “Detailed Derivation of 1+1
Dimensional Causal Dynamical
Triangulations without Preferred
Foliation”.
In:
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Rajbhandari, Damodar (2017). “A Binomial theorem to derive the Taylor expansion in one variable”.
In: The Winnower.
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Rajbhandari, Damodar (2016). “An introduction to F-notation and
the prove of the cartesian
product of natural number is countably
infinite”.Find the paper.
Rajbhandari, Damodar (2016). “Logical treatment for an oscillatory sequence
1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 2, 1, 2,..to find any term and a computer program to assist the
operation”.
Find the paper.
Rajbhandari, Damodar (2016). “The premature state of “Topology” and “Graph Theory”
nourished by “Seven bridges of Königsberg problem””.
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Rajbhandari, Damodar (2017). “A short visit to Ising’s 2D model”.
In:
International Conference on Physics of Space and Materials (ICPSM 2017).
Find the paper.
Rajbhandari, Damodar (2017). A short visit to Ising’s 2D model.
Tech. rep. Find the report.,
St. Xavier’s College, Nepal.
Rajbhandari, Damodar (2017). A short introduction to LATEX and
it’s
importance. Find the talk.
Rajbhandari, Damodar (2016). Introduction to Fixed Point Iteration Method
and its application. Find the talk.
Rajbhandari, Damodar (2017). Beamer-like power-point template.
Find the code.
Rajbhandari, Damodar (2017). LaTeX template for the preparation of bachelor’s project
proposal under Tribhuvan university formatting.
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Rajbhandari, Damodar (2016). Fixed point iteration method implementation.
Find the code..
Rajbhandari, Damodar (2016). Ising 2D model simulator.
Find the code.
Pokhara, Kaski, Nepal 33700
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