I am a Ph.D. student in the Center for Computational NanoScience in WPI physics department. My research revolves around theoretical condensed matter physics and computational nano physics. I always try to maintain relevance between the theory I work on and contemporary experimental progresses. My recent focus is on quantum mechanics and quantum transport in quantum nano structures with novel geometries like cylinder and torus. Being a teaching assistant in physics department brings me the opportunity to interact with undergrads which is always enjoyable and enriching.