Presently, I am working as a Research scholar in the Department of Mathematics, Indian Institute of Technology(IIT-Delhi). Mostly, I work in the field of applied Mathematics, including astrophysical flows. To see more about my research work, one can visit the Research Section, or alternatively, can see my published work on the Researchgate and Google Scholar profile(links given below).Researchgate profile Google Scholar profile
- Supervisor: Prof. Harish Kumar.
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Teaching assistant for the course MTL100-Calculus(B.Tech. 1st year)(twice).
Teaching assistant for the course MTL101-Linear-Algebra(B.Tech. 1st year).
Teaching assistant for the course Real Analysis(M.Sc. 1st year).
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Numerical Methods and Analysis of Hyperbolic PDEs.
Computational Fluid and Plasma Flows.
Entropy Stable Schemes.
Bhoriya, D., Kumar, H., Entropy-stable schemes for relativistic hydrodynamics equations, Z. Angew. Math. Phys. 71, 29 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00033-020-1250-8
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