Ashiqul Islam Dip

Ashiqul Islam Dip

Director of Research

11/3, Road 12, Kallyanpur, Dhaka

Biography

Ashiqul Islam Dip obtained his Bachelor of Science in physics from University of Dhaka in 2015. During his undegraduate years, he cofounded the Community of Physics to promote physics eduation and research. After completing his Master of Science from University of Dhaka, he went to North Carolina State University to earn a Doctor of Philosophy in physics. Currently, he is the Director of Research at Community of Physics, and is involved in teaching and research there. As a graduate student at North Carolina State University, he is conducting his doctoral research as well.

Research Interests

Ashiqul Islam Dip's research interest includes cylindrically symmetric spacetimes, cosmic strings, gravitational waves, and formal aspects of general relativity. He studies the geodesic motion around cosmic strings and the gravitational radiation generated from such motions. As part of his doctoral works, he studies the Hamilton-Jacobi theory for general relativity. His interests also include the behaviour of classical fluid under the influence of strong gravitational fields.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Physics with Mathematics

North Carolina State University, Degree Expected: 2024

1020 Main Campus Drive, Campus Box: 7102, Raleigh, North Carolina 27695, United States of America

Master of Science in Physics

North Carolina State University, Requirements Met: 2019

1020 Main Campus Drive, Campus Box: 7102, Raleigh, North Carolina 27695, United States of America

Master of Science in Physics

University of Dhaka, Degree Conferred: 2017

Office of Registrar, University Campus, Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh

Bachelor of Science in Physics

University of Dhaka, Degree Conferred: 2015

Office of Registrar, University Campus, Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh

Courses Taught

PHY 441: Modern Relativistic Geometrodynamics

Community of Physics (four times, 2018 - 2021)

PHY 112: Intermediary Natural Philosophy

Community of Physics (four times, 2018 - 2021)

PHY 822: Advanced Classical Electromagnetism II

Community of Physics (2017)

PHY 821: Advanced Classical Electromagnetism I

Community of Physics (2016)

PHY 812: Advanced Classical Mechanics II

Community of Physics (2016)

PHY 811: Advanced Classical Mechanics I

Community of Physics (2015)

Awards and Grants

Institute of Physics, London, N1, United Kingdom

Memberships

London, N1, United Kingdom

College Park, Maryland 20740, United States of America