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About Me

I am a graduate student in the department of physics at UConn, pursuing research in experimental hadronic physics under the supervision of Prof. Andrew Puckett.

My research interests are expansive in the field of hadronic structure, everything from the elastic form factors through GPDs. More specifically, my thesis experiment, SBS-GMn, aims to better understand the form of current distribution inside a neutron. In simple terms, we are trying to look inside protons and neutrons to figure out how the constituent quarks are distributed inside them.

I am interested in sharing my experiences with aspiring students and other like minded people with shared interest in physics.

Contact Me

provakar.datta@uconn.edu
Address: 196A Auditorium Road,
Storrs, CT 06269

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