Who am I?

Name: Akshunna S. Dogra

Position: President's Scholar, Dept. of Mathematics, Imperial College London

Fields of interest: Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Physics, Dynamical Systems Theory, Information Theory, Number Theory

Email: adogra@nyu.edu

One interesting thing about me: I own/co-designed/co-manage a subsistence farming operation (we produce the best ghee ghee on the planet)

Favorite Mathematics book: Proofs from the Book, by Martin Aigner and Gunter M. Ziegler

Favorite Physics book: The Classical Theory of Fields (Volume 2 in Course of Theoretical Physics), by L. D. Landau and E. M. Lifshitz

Research Philosophy: If you have a good idea/question/answer, let me help you make it better. If I have a good idea/question/answer, help me make it better. If you want to find a good idea/question/answer, let us search together.

Favorite historical figure: Evariste Galois (changed the face of mathematics, helped foment a revolution, and died proudly/stupidly/bravely for love in a duel before he had turned 21. Not saying we should emulate all his actions. Certainly saying we should aspire to fit that much of life in the years we have).