Avimukh is a Bengali website for poets, writers, and bloggers. I designed its backend in Ruby on Rails framework. The web-app is hosted on Heroku.
I knew you would visit my homepage one day! The site showcases my research
and software projects, ocassional tutorials, sporadic rants, and more. From
time to time, I get intrigued by different topics in math, coding, data
science, software, history, politics, music, and subjects that no one else
on Earth would care about. As soon as I start to dig in and things suddenly
get little beyond my apprehension, posting here helps me wrap my head around
it. This collection—if nothing else—helps me now to organize my
thoughts, and would help me one day realize how I wasted my days!
As the odds of landing on my site at random are one in 1.8 billion (see), you are probably looking for something, and Google just got too generous. Nonetheless, feel free to browse, find mistakes, and leave your valuable comments.
Here is a quick link to my résumé. The best way to say hi is to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
My research primarily revolves around the interface of mathematics and computer science. More specifically, my research is motivated by theoretical problems arising in topological data analysis (TDA), computational and applied algebraic topology, and computational geometry. I am also interested to solve real-life problems using tools from algebraic topology and geometry. My research interest also extends to applying TDA to other fields of science and developing computational libraries and software.
Download my teaching statement here. List of some of the courses I taught:
I had been a big fan of Beamer for
quite some time. Who wouldn't be when it comes to presenting slides full of
math symbols? Although the math looked fancy and the audience was happy, the
$\LaTeX$-based framework had
also disappointed me quite often. I found the framework too restrictive to
customize; my slides looked exactly like others'!
Features, that were lacking in Beamer during the time I broke up with it, were shining in RevealJS. Since then, I have been using it, customizing it, and relishing it.
List of my talks and presentations: