Welcome to my web pages. About my work and me: I submitted my Ph. D. thesis in July 2009, from the Department of Physics, University of Pune, India. Since July 2005, I also taught at the Centre for Modeling and Simulation in the same university. From December 2009 to June 2011 I worked as a postdoc at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India. From July 2011 to April 2013, I worked as a postdoc at the Institute of Mathematical Sciences, India. In April 2013, I joined NTT DATA Global Delivery Services Ltd., Pune, India, as a Software Specialist, and in a month I shifted to NTT DATA Global Technology Services, Ltd., Tokyo, Japan.
My interests have ranged over assorted topics in Physics, Mathematics, Programming and Computer Science, and a few other quantitative fields. I am also interested in teaching.
This is also a place to share my informal thoughts on a variety of topics. The posts include my viewpoints, opinions, guesses, rewrites of well known ideas, and so on, so please take them in that spirit. Comments are welcome.
Recently in my free time I have been developing an open source program – 読解器 (dokkaiki) – A Japanese reading assistant.
You may also be interested in visiting my other blog, Linux at your command, which is specifically about GNU/Linux command line and scripting.