It is natural to ask, how much do we humans know? Is there a limit to what we can know? Traditionally, philosophy dealt with these questions. Mathematicians like Kurt Godel, Alan Turing, and many others asked similar questions too but within the framework of mathematics. Their works are regarded as the very first in the field of theoretical computer science. Spurred by a similar quest for knowledge, my interests lie at the historical and philosophical confluence of theoretical computer science and logic.
I am a certified pilot and enjoy flying in my free time. I also love horse riding, cooking, and attending operas and concerts. When I get time, I read Dickens, Austen, and Wilde. I also enjoy reading poetry, specially poems by the English poets.
Here's how you would spell my name in Bengali (my mother tongue):
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Jack Baskin School of Engineering
University of California Santa Cruz
1156 High Street, Mail Stop SOE2
Santa Cruz, CA 95064