I have been tutoring undergrad students on physics and mathematics courses over the past two years with Alabama Power Academic Excellence Program at Auburn. They just awarded me a scholarship for Spring 2018 that covered my health insurance and semester registration fee. Honored and thankful to Dr. Cordelia Brown, director of AEP at Auburn and... Continue Reading →
First of all, Kudos to the missile woman of India, 'Agniputri' as she is proudly called, Tessy Thomas, project director of Agni-V missile at DRDO. Enter the Agni-V, from the family of Agni missile series, a brain child of Dr. Abdul Kalam. A three-stage solid fuel rocket motor with a range of 5000-8000 km capable of... Continue Reading →
I have been assigned as a TA (Teaching Assistant) for two courses and I am also doing coursework for two courses. On top of this, I am going to give my PhD qualifiers in this semester. Hoping to make the best out of them all. Wish me luck!
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"Where no man has gone before" , Space - the final frontier. My favorite phrase from the Star Trek franchise pretty much sums up why rockets are significant. Any human soul with a high wanderlust will dream at the least once about frolicking through the boundary-less space jumping from galaxy to galaxy, running through a... Continue Reading →
Yay! So I finally decided to do this. It has been one of my career goals to be a science blogger, specifically bringing more information about my research in aerospace and rocket science in general. Lets say its like a public research journal that I wanted to share with y'all~... Continue Reading →