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Ph.D. student in theoretical quantum optics. I currently investigate protocols for conversion of quantum states of microwave and optical fields using nanomechanical systems.


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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Negative Feedback
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reviewed Reviewed Friction Force and Applied Force for Acceleration
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reviewed Close Principle of electrical machine by vk R mehta complete ebook needed
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reviewed Close Can you tell/give me any websites about ship hydrodynamics?
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reviewed Looks OK Does a force act on the body during collision
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reviewed Close Is time relative to the speed you are traveling
Oct
21
reviewed No Action Needed Does entropy increases due to gravity?
Oct
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Electric field due to continuous volume charge distribution
Oct
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why is there $1/2\pi$ in $\int\frac{dp}{2\pi}|p\rangle\langle p|$?
Oct
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Given Ohm's law, how can current increase if voltage increases, given fixed resistance?
Oct
17
answered How to understand “always create before we annihilate, not the other way around”?
Oct
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why don't free electrons fall from metals if shaken?
Oct
17
reviewed Reviewed Energy and momentum
Oct
17
reviewed Close Why don't free electrons fall from metals if shaken?
Oct
16
reviewed Edit Does an Increase of Force affect the Speed of an object if the acceleration stays constant?
Oct
16
revised Does an Increase of Force affect the Speed of an object if the acceleration stays constant?
Reformatted formulas, improved grammar
Oct
16
reviewed Edit suggested edit on Why is kinetic energy stored as potential energy in a body during its motion against gravity?
Oct
16
revised Why is kinetic energy stored as potential energy in a body during its motion against gravity?
Improved formatting of Latex, fixed a spelling error.
Oct
16
reviewed Reviewed Acceleration of the rope holding two objects(one heavier than other) with both objects on different inclines
Oct
16
revised Acceleration of the rope holding two objects(one heavier than other) with both objects on different inclines
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