New PhD student in CAMK Warsaw, Poland
Mradumay Sadh accomplished his master’s degree in physics from the National Institute of Technology, Surat, India. His master’s thesis was in the field of eclipsing binary stars. He has previously been working in collaboration with Geneva Observatory to improve climate models for exoplanets. His PhD project deals with analysing data from eclipsing binaries for cosmic distance measurement.
This is how he describes himself: “Broadly, I love all of physics. Specifically, I’m interested in eclipsing binaries, data analysis, mathematical modelling, planetary science and the three body problem. I aspire to work as an observational astrophysicist after my doctoral studies. My hobbies are amateur astronomy, music and chess.”
We are happy to welcome Mradumay in the Araucaria Project.