Analytical, creative, communicative and a goal-oriented physicist working towards a PhD in Computational Physics. With a demonstrable flexibility in working across domains ranging from designing low-cost medical diagnostic devices to physical modeling of complex sub-atomic processes, I enjoy taking up new learning challenges and being responsible and strategic within a project.
I am looking for a role where I can contribute and further develop my technical and soft skills in a multi-disciplinary team environment. I expect to be able to create and effectively communicate solutions and innovative ideas for complex problems in industrial R&D, while learning how technical know-how translates to successful business.
Python, C, C++, Fortran, MATLAB, R
MATLAB, Wolfram Mathematica, Shell scripting (Bash, Bourne)
Unix (macOS), Linux (Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian), MS Windows
Dutch (A2; basic conversational)
PhD researcher in Computational Physics/Materials Science
University of Twente, The Netherlands
Research Assistant in Imaging and Fluid flow modelling
ETH Zürich, Switzerland/ Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
Masters’ thesis in Computational and Experimental Microfluidics
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, India
Zumba, writing poetry, learning languages and cooking international cuisines