I am a passionate researcher and teacher in Physics with more than 10 years of teaching experience in various JEE, NEET, and Olympiad coaching institutes. I teach Physics to BSc and MSc students as well as to the aspirants of JAM, JEST, CSIR-NET, TIFR, and GATE. While working as a Physics Teacher for over a decade, I am now beginning to enter the academic research in Cosmology. My current research goal is to find possible correlations between cold dark matter and variable scalar field dark energy by investigating their respective influences over the parameters involved in various models such as XCDM, ΛCDM, ΦCDM, and QCDM. I am always interested in and open to challenging research, teaching, and content development assignments where I can use my sharp analytical skills, innovative result-oriented attitude, and productive scientific approach to solve the problems at hand.
This post is categorized as ‘Lecture’ because, even if it is based on a single problem, some important concepts of Physics are illustrated in this. Question: A bead of mass $m$ is embedded to a horizontal long massless thin wire such that the bead is free to move along the… Read More »Bead embedded to a rotating wire
ThePhysicist was initially planned to be a Physics blog that aimed to provide everything in Physics to everyone in Physics. To achieve the vision, ThePhysicist has been expanded from the idea of being only a blog to a full fledged website with content and features for those who are interested… Read More »Introduction to ThePhysicist