Note: This website is work in progess.

About me

Hi! I am a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics at Louisiana State University.

A detailed resume is available here. [This is not complete.]

Useful websites

Contact me

  • Email (personal): <firstname><lastname>.<nickname>, where nickname=”Bappa”
  • Email (LSU): s<surname>4 at lsu dot edu
  • Address: 121A, Prescott Hall


2019 Spring

  • MATH 4020 (Capstone Course): Teaching assistant
  • MATH 2030 (Discrete Dymanical System): Grader

2018 Fall

  • MATH 4999 (Selected Readings in Mathematics): Teaching assistant
  • MATH 2025 (Linear Algebra and Wavelets): Teaching assistant
  • MATH 4050 (Interest Theory): Grader

2018 Spring

  • MATH 4020 (Capstone Course): Teaching assistant

2017 Fall

  • MATH 1431 (Business Calculus): Lab leader

2017 Spring

  • MATH 1552 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus II): Grader
  • MATH 3355 (Probability): Grader

2016 Fall

  • MATH 1550 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus I): Grader
  • MATH 1552 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus II): Grader
  • MATH 1021/22/23 (College Algebra/Trigonometry/Precalculus): Lab leader

How I spent the 2018 Summer

In the first 1.5 months, I managed a team of around 8 undergraduate computer science students to build a dashboard for easy visualization of data and automated report generation.

After the completion of this project, I worked briefly (0.5 months) on an ongoing project of analyzing body shapes to get various metrics like measurements of body parts.

I spent my last three weeks traveling in Peru. I would like to write a small informal travelog about it (whenever I find time).

How I spent the 2017 Summer

I visited the IMA for the Math-to-Industry Boot Camp II. For more information regarding the program, please see the link.

My final industry project title was Machine Tool and Robot Calibration through Kinematic Analysis: A Least Squares Approach, under our mentor Dr. Thomas Grandine from The Boeing Company. For more details about the project please contact me.