I am a budding theoretical physicist who enjoys exploring the universe using mathematical tools. After obtaining a BSc Mathematics degree from India, I moved to the UK for studying theoretical physics at Imperial College London. I will be joining Centre for Research in String Theory, University of London for my PhD in September 2018. Teaching is an art in which one tries to convey the beauty of a subject to others. Along with carrying out research, I enjoy teaching particularly because it is an opportunity for me to make others understand how physics and mathematics can be used to explore the world around us. I am looking forward to tutoring students who are keen to understand physics and mathematics during the summer, mainly in June-September, 2018. If you are interested in my research work, you can find an exhaustive list of my articles at https://sites.google.com/view/rajathkrishnar
|Imperial College London||MSc Quantum Fields and Fundamental Forces||MSc|
|University of Mumbai||BSc Mathematics||BSc|
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