Tricksters in the Sky.

Following my last post on black holes, I want to write a small post focusing on what other kinds of objects could be in the sky. A more specific question is: What other objects does General Relativity (GR) predict? Also, physicists have long known that GR as it stands currently, cannot account for all the … Continue reading Tricksters in the Sky.

Black Holes!

As a kid, I used to look up to the sky and try to count the number of stars. But I wasn't as intrigued by what happened inside of them till I heard the story of black holes. For the first time, I was super intrigued by these seemingly super mysterious points in our universe. … Continue reading Black Holes!

Diversity in Constructions: Who are our cities built for?

In this blog post, I will touch upon a not often thought of topic. How do architecture and physical details add to the lack of diversity in our workplaces? I have been thinking about this for a while because for a long time, ever since I have been in cold countries, for example, Canada, UK, … Continue reading Diversity in Constructions: Who are our cities built for?

Equality in STEMM Conclave

So, I am thrilled to be representing Sussex tomorrow at the Equality in STEMM conclave at Amsterdam as part of the Equality and Diversity Group. In the light of that, here are some amazing slides I made showcasing all that Sussex is working for. ❤ Let's all move towards building a more inclusive STEM! Find … Continue reading Equality in STEMM Conclave

Obsessed With Gravity

We all have an artistic side. For years and years, physicists have always considered gravity a flighty mistress, a temptress, the ultimate mystery and the holy grail of physics. Needless to say as a poet and a gravitist, ultimately both my worlds collided and I decided to write a poem on my passion on a … Continue reading Obsessed With Gravity

About a Singular Man

Today the great physicist and mathematician that was Stephen Hawking passed away. I was lucky to have recently met him at a conference at Cambridge titled “Gravity and Black Holes”. Roger Penrose writes an obituary here, John Preskill dedicated a poem and John Barrett writes a short memory. While many can share the joy of having had a chance … Continue reading About a Singular Man