Nabin K. Malakar, Ph.D.

I am a computational physicist working on societal applications of machine-learning techniques.

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My research interests span multi-disciplinary fields involving Societal applications of Machine Learning, Decision-theoretic approach to automated Experimental Design, Bayesian statistical data analysis and signal processing.


Interested about the picture? Autonomous experimental design allows us to answer the question of where to take the measurements. More about it is here...


I addition to the research, I also like to hike, bike, read and play with water color.

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Friday, December 19, 2008

Tips For Nepali Students Applying to the United States/Aboard !!

Studying in US Universities have been passion for all students of this time.
There are many tips and associated "should know" factors.
I found this article, in particular, to be interesting. (dead link at the moment)
At this stage, it looks like students can just do some googling (or yahoo search) and get enough information with in an hour.
However, where to start may still be good question holding one back.
I did write some tips in Time!
They are...

I will be writing...


One more link...
A very elaborated work on "how to ..." was found in here ...

ICFP 2009 information Archive

International Conference on Frontiers of Physics (ICFP 2009)

The aim of the conference is to provide an international forum to the scientists and academicians, especially to young researchers from developing countries, to exchange their new ideas, explore emerging directions both in basic physics as well as on the applied aspects of the various areas of physics. The event will bring theorists and experimentalists on a common forum to inspire exciting and current aspects of Condensed Matter Physics, Plasma Physics, Astro-particle Physics and Environmental Physics and to foster inter-disciplinary research in all areas.

Presentations will comprise of plenary, invited and contributed talks. Ample time will be allowed for poster session.

Nepal Physical Society (NPS) is organizing the conference to celebrate 25th anniversary of its establishment.
NPS was established in 1983 to promote physics research and education. After its establishment, it has been conducting regular meeting of physicists in the nation providing on opportunity for the physicists to present and discuss their research work. The total number of general members of NPS is around 1000 of which about one third are carrying on their research work in developed countries. The society also promotes physics education, research and development work by awarding Prof. Phanindra Prasad Lohani award and Prof. Kedar Nath Khanal award. It also conducts short term programs like workshops and schools on various topics.


To provide an international forum to the theorists and experimentalists to exchange their new ideas.

To explore emerging directions both in basic physics as well as applied aspects of various areas of physics-Condensed Matter Physics, Plasma Physics, Astro-particle Physics and Environmental Physics.

To foster inter-disciplinary research.

To inspire young scientists towards exciting and frontiers of Condensed Matter Physics, Material Science including nano science, biophysics and computational physics, Plasma Physics, Astro-particle Physics and Environmental Physics.

condensed matter physics & material science (CP)
Plasma Physics(PP)
Asrtro-particle physics(AP)
Environmental physics(EP)
Intended participants are invited to submit abstracts not exceeding 200 words in the following format.

•    Paper: A4 size with 2.54 cm spacing on all sides
•    Title of the abstract: Times New Roman, Title case, Font size 14,
•    Leave one space.
•    Author/s: Times New Roman, Font size 12, Italics, Centered.
•    Affiliation: Times New Roman, Font size 12, Centered.
•    Leave one space.
•    Abstract text: Times New Roman, Font size 12, Justified.

Please provide Address, Fax number and e-mail of the corresponding author at the end of the abstract in MS word or PDF format. All the abstracts will be peer reviewed under the supervision of scientific program committee. The refereed paper presented in the conference will be published in the NPS proceedings.
Accommodation in hotels or guest house can be arranged for the participants on request and on payment of the expenses.

•    Mesbahuddhin Ahmed (Bangladesh)
•    Gregory R. Carmichael (USA)
•    Tara P. Das (USA)
•    Peter M. Gehring (USA)
•    Gunter Gross (Germany)
•    Lok N.Jha (Nepal)
•    Toshihiro Kitada (Japan)
•    Klaus von Klitzing (Germany)
•    Vinod Krishan (India)
•    Siegbert kuhn (Austria)
•    Yuzuru Matsuoka (Japan)
•    Devendra R. Mishra (Nepal)
•    Abhijit Mookerjee (India)
•    Hamid Saleem (Pakistan)
•    Chandan K. Sarkar (India)
•    Walter Saurer (Austria)
•    Padma K. Shukla (Germany)
•    Hiromasa Ueda (Japan)

•    Mukunda M. Aryal
•    Kedar Nath Baral
•    Shekhar Gurung
•    Narayan H. Joshi
•    Bishwa N. Kurmi
•    Arnico Panday
•    Bhadra Pokharel
•    Shankar P. Pradhan
•    Balkrishna Sapkota
•    Kedar L. Shrestha
•    Shesh Kant Aryal
•    Basanta K. Gautam
•    Lok Narayan Jha
•    Uday R. Khanal
•    Devendra R. Mishra
•    Devi Dutta Paudyal
•    Pradeep R. Pradhan
•    Ram S. Roy
•    Ramesh Shakya


PRESIDENT: Ramesh Shakya

•    Narayan Adhikari
•    Binil Aryal
•    Raju Khanal
•    Ram P. Regmi

•    Binod Bhattarai
•    Sitaram P. Byahut
•    Bimal Karki
•    Rajendra Koirala
•    Hari S. Malik
•    Amba D. Panta
•    Nabin Paudel
•    Rajendra Parajuli
•    Sanju Shrestha
•    Deepak Subedi
•    Manoj Thapa
•    Pradeep K. Bhattarai
•    Kul P. Dahal
•    Shankar S. Karki
•    Nanda B. Maharjan
•    Jeevan J. Nakarmi
•    Nurapati Pantha
•    Deependra Parajuli
•    Krishna B. Rai
•    Niraj M. Shrestha
•    Pramod K. Thakur