Tathagata
Karmakar

Graduate student, University of Rochester

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About Me

Hi, I am a first-year graduate student in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Rochester.

My research interests lie in theoretical (and computational) astrophysics and cosmology. Currently I am working on the analysis of galaxy and host dark matter halo sizes from Illustris simulations. To get a glimpse of my work, have a look at the projects.

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Projects

Here are some interesting projects I have worked (or am currently working) on.

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Illustris Summer '17 - Ongoing

Looking at the sizes of central galaxies from Illustris and IllustrisTNG simulations.

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Roche limits Summer '16 - March '17

Tidal disruption limits of stars roating in equatorial circular orbits around a naked singularity.

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Solar magnetic fields PHY473A

Generating toroidal and polar components of magnetic field of Sun using spherical harmonics.

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Thought for Life

"Everything comes to us that belongs to us if we create the capacity to receive it"

by Rabindranath Tagore

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