Himanshu Chaudhary

M.Sc (Applied Mathematics, Specialization : Modified Theory of Gravity)

Delhi Technological University

Dissertation : Cosmological test of Anisotropy as function of scale factor in f ( R , T ) framework , Advisor : Prof Aditya Kaushik

Year : 2023

B.ed ( Bachelor of Education, Specialization :- Teaching of Mathematics and Science )

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University

Guru Ram Dass College Of Education, M7VP+879, Kardam Marg, Block J, Jyoti Nagar, Shahdara, Delhi, 110032

Year : 2019

B.Sc. ( Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry )

University of Delhi

Shyam Lal College, M7FJ+GV6, Grand Trunk Rd, near Metro Sation Welcome, Dwarkapuri, Shahdara, Delhi, 110032

Year : 2017


Let me introduce you to a passionate individual immersed in the world of cosmology – someone who finds sheer fascination in the mysteries of the cosmos. Meet a dedicated cosmologist with expertise in tensors calculus and MCMC (Markov Chain Monte Carlo) techniques. In the realm of cosmology, tensors calculus plays a pivotal role. Tensors are mathematical objects that elegantly capture the fundamental properties of spacetime and allow us to describe the intricate interplay between matter, energy, and gravity. By utilizing tensors calculus, our cosmologist is able to analyze and model the vast and complex structures that compose our universe. From the behavior of cosmic expansion to the dynamics of galaxies and the formation of large-scale structures, tensors provide the essential mathematical framework for understanding the cosmos at a profound level. MCMC, on the other hand, stands for Markov Chain Monte Carlo, a powerful computational tool that aids in exploring complex and high-dimensional parameter spaces. In the context of cosmology, MCMC techniques are crucial for analyzing and constraining cosmological models using observational data. It allows our cosmologist to efficiently navigate the vast landscape of possible model parameters, enabling them to determine the best-fit values and uncertainties. By employing MCMC, our expert is able to extract valuable insights from observational data and refine our understanding of the universe’s composition, expansion, and evolution. With a deep passion for cosmology, our esteemed individual brings together the invaluable tools of tensors calculus and MCMC to unravel the mysteries of the cosmos. By harnessing these techniques, they contribute to the advancement of our knowledge, helping us comprehend the grand cosmic tapestry and uncovering the secrets hidden within. Their dedication and expertise in these areas propel our understanding of the universe forward, shedding light on the profound questions that have captivated humanity for centuries.

Publication and Preprint

1) Bouali, Amine, Himanshu Chaudhary, Rattanasak Hama, Tiberiu Harko, Sorin V. Sabau, and Marco San Martín. “Cosmological tests of the osculating Barthel–Kropina dark energy model.” The European Physical Journal C 83, no. 2 (2023): 121.
2) Chaudhary, Himanshu, Aditya Kaushik, and Ankita Kohli. “Cosmological test of σθ as function of scale factor in f (R, T) framework.” New Astronomy 103 (2023): 102044.
3) Bouali, Amine, B. K. Shukla, Himanshu Chaudhary, Rishi Kumar Tiwari, Mahvish Samar, and G. Mustafa. “Cosmological tests of parametrization q= α− β H in f (Q) FLRW cosmology.” International Journal of Geometric Methods in Modern Physics (2023): 2350152.
4) Bouali, Amine, Himanshu Chaudhary, Amritansh Mehrotra, and S. K. J. Pacif. “Model-independent study for a quintessence model of dark energy: Analysis and Observational constraints.” arXiv preprint arXiv:2304.02652 (2023).
5) Bouali, Amine, Himanshu Chaudhary, Ujjal Debnath, Tanusree Roy, and G. Mustafa. “Constraints on the Parameterized Deceleration Parameter in FRW Universe.” arXiv preprint arXiv:2301.12107 (2023).
6) Bouali, Amine, Himanshu Chaudhary, Ujjal Debnath, Alok Sardar, and G. Mustafa. “Data Analysis of three parameter models of deceleration parameter in FRW Universe.” arXiv preprint arXiv:2304.13137 (2023).
7) Chaudhary, Himanshu, Amine Bouali, Niyaz Uddin Molla, Ujjal Debnath, and G. Mustafa. “Exploring the Observational Signatures of $ f (R, G,\mathcal {T}) $ Gravity in FRW Universe.” arXiv preprint arXiv:2306.03999 (2023).