Ph.D. Candidate | NASA Earth & Space Science Fellow
Climate & Space Sciences and Engineering
1435 CSRBClimate & Space Research Building, University of Michigan, 2455 Hayward Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2143
I am a Fourth year PhD student in Space Sciences and Engineering, jointly advised by Prof. Michael Liemohn (Professor, University of Michigan) and Prof. Daniel Welling (Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Arlington; Adjunct Research Scientist, University of Michigan). I am from an Aerospace background, and a long list of events and interests helped me into space physics. My primary research interests are in understanding terrestrial magnetosphere dynamics and its feedback to/from the ionosphere, during extreme space weather events. My primary social interests are in numismatics, military history, fine dining, cinema, video gameplay and memes. I am an admirer of Western classical music while being a lifelong student of Indian classical music (check out my YouTube channel!), being trained as an ardent Indian classical vocalist (Hindustani classical, Rabindrasangeet, Bengali folk).