Profile and Biography of Ashoke Sen the famous Scientist of West Bengal


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About Ashoke Sen the famous Scientist of West Bengal


Ashoke SenThe famous scientist Ashoke Sen was born in the year 1956. He was a famous physicist. He has made many research on string theory. He has also researched on strong-weak coupling duality or which is also known as S-duality. He studied on D-branes and developed the Sen conjecture on the open string tachyon condensation which made him more famous in the world of Science. He has also written many important papers and information on string field theory. He has also developed the entropy function for black holes. He had researched about 200 papers. Now he is 50 years of old. He has completed his B.Sc degree from Kolkata University in the year 1975 and completed his M.Sc from ndian Institute of Technology of Kanpur. After that he posted in Fermilab for three years and then then in Stanford Linear Accelerator Center for the next two years. Then he went to India and started search in Tata Institute of Fundamental Research. Then he worked in Harish-Chandra Research Institute in the year 1998. Then he went to England and started his research in Isaac Newton Institute in Cambridge as posted as Professor.

The wife of Ashoke Sen is Dr. Sumathi Rao who is also a physicist at HRI. Mr. Ashoke sen Ashoke Sen1was awarded with many prestigious and famous awards. He was awarded with the prestigious Padma Shri award in the year 2001, ICTP award in the year 1989 and S.S. Bhatnagar award in the year 1994. He is also received the famous Infosys Award for Mathematical Sciences in the year 2009.

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