- I graduated with a PhD in Physics (Astrophysics) from the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, मुंबई (Mumbai), India — in May, 2019.
- Then I did a short postdoctoral research stint at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, Hannover, Deutschland (Germany) — till January, 2020.
- I strongly support the practice of open research, and specifically the ASCL project.
- I am also interested in other fields of science (for example, see Demystifying gender identity and homosexuality).
5. Paul, D., 2019, arXiv pre-print: Detection and Characterisation of Cosmic Rays in AstroSat-CZT Imager data. The primary scripts used to for this work are available on GitHub.
4. Paul D., 2018, MNRAS, 477, 4275: Binary neutron star merger rate via the luminosity function of short gamma-ray bursts. The scripts and databases are available on GitHub and can also be cited via ASCL. A conference proceeding of this paper is available at Paul D. 2019, PoS, Asterics-2019, 059.
3. Paul D., 2018, MNRAS, 473, 3385: Modelling the luminosity function of long gamma-ray bursts using Swift and Fermi. The scripts and databases are available on GitHub and can also be cited via ASCL.
2. Rao A. R. et al., 2016b, ApJ, 833, 86: AstroSat CZT Imager Observations of GRB 151006A: Timing, Spectroscopy, and Polarization Study.
1. Zdziarski A. A., Paul D., Osborne R., Rao A. R., 2016, MNRAS, 463, 1153: Anisotropy of partially self-absorbed jets and the jet of Cyg X-1. A plain language explanation is available in this Quora answer.
If you cannot access full texts of any of the above papers, I will be happy to provide if you contact me.