# Nilava Metya

Chennai Mathematical Institute

## Education

 Bachelor of Science Aug 2019 - present Chennai Mathematical Institute Mathematics and Computer Science CGPA: 9.70 (on a scale of 10) Indian School Certificate Exam 2019 Don Bosco School, Liluah Science stream Percentage: 97.25% Indian Certificate of Secondary Education 2017 Don Bosco School, Liluah Percentage: 96.6%

## Teaching Assistantship

1. English
2. Classical Mechanics I
4. Algebra I
5. Analysis I
2. Discrete Mathematics
3. Probability Theory
4. Algebra II
5. Analysis II
6. Quantum Computation and Quantum Information     just attended the corurse
1. Theory of Computation
2. Design and Analysis of Algorithms
3. Calculus
4. Algebra III
5. Analysis III
1. Classical Mechanics II
2. Formal Security Analysis
1. Representation theory of Algebras and Quivers
2. Introduction to Manifolds
4. Algebraic Number Theory
5. German
2. Algebra I
2. Algebra I

## Talks/Write-ups

1. Cantor Set

Here are the notes for a talk on Cantor set I gave in a tutorial in Graduate Analysis I course.
Notes.

2. Markov Chain Monte Carlo

This is the presentation based on an internship with Prof R V Ramamoorthi.
Presentation.

3. Quantum Computing

These are the write-ups for a series of four talks I gave at a PROMYS counsellor seminar on Quantum Computing.
Talk 1. Talk 2. Talk 3. Talk 4.

4. Lie Algebras and their Representations

These are the slides and the writeup for a series of talks I gave at a PROMYS counsellor seminar on Representation theory of Lie algebras.
Writeup. Talk 1. Talk 2. Talk 3.

5. Introduction to Hyperbolic Geometry

These are the write-ups for a series of four talks I gave at a PROMYS counsellor seminar on the calculus on the upper half plane in Hyperbolic geometry.
Writeup.

## Miscellaneous

1. Access your CMI account remotely

This is an article about accessing your CMI account sitting at your home. This allows you to do a few things like opening CMI local links and creating your own homepage - and any other task for which you want local access to a physical computer at CMI.

2. Distributing grade details in the online semester

This is an article for graders to share information with their students, keeping all the information available to them. I wrote this article in hope that graders learn and use new techniques, in order to adapt to the online semester. Technology should not be interfere with one's right to information. Hope that this article gives some momentum.

3. Distributing grade details in the online semester from your university mail (secure)

This article does the same job as the previous article. The only difference is that the email id, from which mails are sent, is the user's university account. This makes use of the `mail` command in Unix. This much more secure, because one will be using the institute's local machine to send all mails.

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