Conversation on About the blog

Hi there!

A warm greeting from here.

It’s me, Damodar from Physics Log.

First of all, Thank you for visiting this blog!

Let’s start our conversation on the aim to introduce this blog.

Q. Your blog looks like a Physics-related blog, Can you explain to me what actually your blog about?

A. Exactly, You wonderfully caught the main subject of this blog. *To be specific, the Physics Log blog aims to publish the author’s (Me) own research works and hot topics in Physics (& Mathematics) in a more interesting, high quality and scientifically accurate content accessible to everyone.

Q. So, nowadays what things are you working on, and what type of articles will you post on this blog?

[This answer will be updated every time if I worked on something new. So, A[Year, Month] means the updated time that I had answered this question. If your interest matches with any one of the answers then, find the related articles at archive page.]

A[2019, November] I’m a student of “Master in Theoretical Physics” at Jagiellonian University and a part of Causal Dynamical Triangulations Group in “Institute of Physics” leading by Prof. Jerzy Jurkiewicz [ref: Zakład Teorii Układów Złożonych Instytutu Fizyki UJ]. I will update this answer very soon.

A[2017, April]. Well, nowadays I’m working on Causal Dynamical Triangulations which is one of the candidates of Quantum Gravity under the supervision of Dr. Jonah Maxwell Miller and Prof. Dr. Udayaraj Khanal.

Under the guidance of Dr. Jonah Maxwell Miller and Prof. Dr. Narayan Prasad Ad**hikari, I have finished Ising 2D model in the sense that, I learned some basics of Monte Carlo Simulation and achieved results that were comparable with Onsager’s solution.

Q. How did your blog get started?

A. I love ideas and, always interested to know how it fits and turns into a reality. I believe every theory has a specific idea with exact meaning. But, while the process of getting knowledge of it, it turns into several views and several views turns into several meanings. Now, it’s really hard to pick which one is pure. So, Blogging came into my mind. Lemme answer why!

The main thing that came in my mind is that, if I share an article on the topic that I have learned or trying to learn then, other peer people will read my articles and will give some feedback which I thought a wonderful idea.

Having a pure level of knowledge and ideas matters much to me!

Q. So, you’re trying to purify your knowledge?

A. Absolutely, Even if I have knowledge about something, I’ll love to test my knowledge whether it’s correct or not! So, you guys are my real heroes.

Q. What is the most important thing you wish to have in your blog, and why?

A. A good discussion on the topic that I share! Let me elaborate with a quote by John Seely Brown,

Conversation is a good catalyst for new innovation.

So, what if we really have our good times while discussing in the comments and generates new innovative ideas or build our understanding level a bit more. Isn’t that sound interesting?

Q. There are lots of Physics blogs on the internet, why should someone care about your blog?

A. Nice Question! I suggest you look at other blogs too. I can’t say my blog does the best efforts to help you understand the same subjects that you and I’m interested in! Maybe, I have less knowledge about something or I couldn’t able to explain in a more accessible way.

I believe, Science should be biased free. So, try to convince yourself with other similar content on other sites. I understand that everyone has limited time and investing your time in my blog is really great for me. So, I’ll try to do my best to explain the topics in a more understandable way.

I love to introduce myself as a learner, not as an expert even-though, someday I will!

Q. Would you please explain why did you choose the torus in the logo?

A. Actually, In the Numerical simulation, it suggests to us the simplest way introduce a system without a boundary. I chose this because I simply loved the idea behind it. i.e. Periodic Boundary Condition

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