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Ramiz Qudsi graduated from University of Delaware with a PhD. degree in Physics in 2021 under the guidance of Dr. Bennett Maruca. He is currently working as a Postdoctoral Associate at Center for Space Physics in Boston University. His research area focusses on space plasmas where he has published multiple papers on the interplay between microkinetic processes and turbulence. Check his Research page for more details on his work and his peer reviewed published papers.


He graduated from Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology in 2012 with a B.Tech degree in Physical Sciences and specialization in Astronomy and Astrophysics. He then worked at National Remote Sensing Center, Hyderabad as Scientist 'C' for 3 years before leaving to pursue his PhD. in Physics from University of Delaware.


When not busy sciencing, he loves to read and write. His favorite genre in literature is fantasy. J. R. R. Tolkien, Neil Gaiman and Brandon Sanderson are his absolute favorite authors. He likes writing poems and tiny tales. You can read some of them on his Blog. He is also an avid FC Barcelona and Indian cricket team fan.

Research

Ramiz is currently doing research as a Postdoctoral Associate at Boston University with Dr. Brian Walsh. Main focus of his work is studying magnetic reconnections in Earth's magnetopause where he is working on refining predictions of reconnection X-lines in the Earth's magnetosphere using data from Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) Mission.


He is also involved in retrograde collisional analysis in solar wind, where he studies how the VDF of protons and heavier ions change because of collision as they travel from the Sun to 1 au.


Ramiz is also working on development of a sophisticated machine learning algorithm which will help in full 3-D reconstruction of interplanetary magnetic field using observation from 4 or more spacecraft in solar wind. The algorithm will work for an arbitrary number of spacecraft in a random orientation. Another machine learning project he is involved in attempts to find large-scale average trends in plasma parameters across the Heliosphere using data from 12-15 spacecraft.

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