About Me

I am a final year PhD candidate in the Department of Mathematics at The Ohio State University, Columbus. I will defend my thesis in early April, and graduate this Spring.

My advisor is Dr. Vitaly Bergelson. My graduate school research is on various aspects (number-theoretic, algebraic and Ramsey-theoretic) of Intersective Polynomials. The results, and the upcoming projects, can be viewed under the Publications & Preprints tab.

Starting Summer of 2022, my academic and networking activities will be supported through the OSU Presidential Fellowship, which is the premier award at the Ohio State University that recognizes outstanding research done by a graduate student and generously supports the fellows.

As an American Mathematical Society (AMS) Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering (CASE) fellow, I will attend the CASE workshop in Washington, DC from March 26 to March 29. I am excited to learn about federal policymaking and communicate with Ohio representatives.

Originally, I am from the town of Biratnagar in Southeastern Nepal. I completed my undergraduate education from Berea College, which is a tuition-free college. Berea college admits students exclusively from lower socio-economic spectra and endows transformative liberal arts education. If you want to donate towards providing life-changing education to an underprivileged youth, CLICK HERE.

If you wish to access a brief version of my CV, please CLICK HERE (last updated 11/18/2022).