I am a doctoral candidate at ASTRON, Netherlands institute for radio astronomy and, University of Amsterdam. I work with Dr. Jason Hessels to understand how neutron stars in binaries are recyled to rapidly-rotating millisecond pulsars.
I primarily study transitional millisecond pulsars and various manifestations of neutron stars using multiwavelength observations spanning Gamma-ray, X-ray and radio wavelengths.
I conduct these observations with various ground and space-based telescopes such as XMM, NuStar, Swift, Green Bank Telescope, Arecibo and VLA etc. I have co-authored 32 observation proposals during my Ph.D. (so far) and successfully led eighteen of them in the capacity of a principal investigator and/or co-investigator with significant contribution. If you are curious about these proposals, please find a list here.