Life is interesting because almost every aspect of it is nonlinear. Living the life in this particular universe is interesting because almost every natural phenomenon is nonlinear. It, thus, is inevitable that an inquisitive and self-aware mind would undertake the curiously adventurous journey of trying to understand the order and chaos in nonlinear systems. But sadly(?!), life is short and there are only twenty-four hours in each Earth-day. A mortal being cannot even dream of understanding each and every nonlinear phenomenon in the known and the unknown parts of the cosmos. Consequently, one has to compromise and patiently nibble into the gigantic and highly branched research area(s) of nonlinear dynamics. I try doing exactly that.

My current research interests are in the following nonlinear dynamical systems:
  1. Hamiltonian Chaos: I am interested in gaining insights into the nature and the significance of chaos in autonomous nonintegrable Hamiltonian systems with very few degrees of freedom, e.g., swinging spring pendulum; and subsequently, my goal is to understand the meaning and implications of quantization of such systems.
  2. Synchronization of Chaotic Systems: I try to understand how and when coupled chaotic oscillators can be made to synchronize.
  3. Evolutionary Games: My main motivation is to figure out the effect of chaos in the evolutionary games modeled as dynamical systems.
  4. Turbulent Rotating Fluids: I want to understand why rotation makes many statistical features of homogeneous isotropic three-dimensional turbulence mimic that of the two-dimensional turbulence.