I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Institut für Physik und Astronomie, Universität Potsdam. My research focuses on massive stars (eight times or more massive than our Sun). They represent the most luminous stars that allow us to observe them even far away galaxies at large cosmic distances. I am particularly working on massive stellar populations in the nearby low metallicity galaxies trying to understand their properties, wind, evolution, and feedback to the surrounding interstellar medium. Much of my research has concentrated on the multi-wavelength spectroscopic analysis of hot stars using the state-of-the-art stellar atmosphere models.
I did my bachelor's in electronics engineering and then changed my career to astrophysics.
I obtained my master's from the Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology in 2015, working on multi-wavelength studies of a Galactic star-forming region.
Then I moved to Germany for graduate studies. I received my PhD degree from Universität Potsdam in 2019, by studying OB stellar population in the Magellanic Clouds.
My current research interest are :