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Aniket Sule



Aniket Sule completed M.Sc. in Physics from Indian Institute of Technology (Bombay) in 2002 and doctorate in natural sciences (Astrophysics) from University of Potsdam in Germany. His thesis was in the area of magnetohydrodynamic simulations of the solar interior. He has been a member of HBCSE faculty since November 2007, where he looks after the Indian National Astronomy Olympiad Programme. He is a visiting faculty at UM-DAE CBS and from 2012, he is the regional coordinator (Asia-Pacific) for International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics (IOAA). 

Areas of Interest:
  • Astronomy Olympiad 
  • Astronomy Education 
  • Mathematics Education at high school level 
  • History of Astronomy in India 
  • Solar Physics

Course Responsibilities:

G101: Introduction to Computers and Computer Programming (Aug - Nov 2008, Aug - Nov 2009)

             at UM - DAE CBS, Mumbai

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