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Rahul Jain

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Latest 12 Jun 2021 | Updated Daily

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Episode 20 - Rahul Jain

Journeys of Scientists

Rahul Jain is a 3rd-year physics grad student at MSU. His research is in the field of experimental nuclear astrophysics focused on understanding the properties of accreting neutron star crusts. They do so by performing and studying the very nuclear reactions that take place in those extreme environments in the laboratory involving very exotic neutron-rich isotopes. Along with physics, he is also pursuing a dual Ph.D. with the Computational Mathematics Science and Engineering (CMSE) department. Since we cannot study all the several thousands of isotopes in the laboratory due to technological limitations as well as limited  resources, he is trying to apply modern machine learning techniques to reliably extrapolate the available experimental nuclear data for astrophysics simulations. Outside of physics, he is an (almost) professional squash player. He played for his college team and represented his home state once in the Indian National Squash Championships in 2015. Rahul is the mentoring co-chair for WaMPS and the student representative for the PA colloquium committee. He is also the student member on the steering committee for the International Research Network for Nuclear Astrophysics (IReNA). During the episode, we talk about the MSU Office for International Students and Scholars. More information can be found at https://oiss.isp.msu.edu/ To keep up to date with WaMPS updates, you can follow @msuwamps on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook. If you would like to learn more about graduate school in physics and astronomy at MSU, check out their website here. If you would like to leave comments, questions, or recommend someone to be interviewed on Journeys of Scientists, you can email WaMPS outreach coordinator Bryan at stanl142@msu.edu

35mins

24 Feb 2021

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Ep21- Rahul Jain with RJ Karishma | Red Indies Shuffle

Radio Festival - 168 Hours Indie Bajao

Listen to the podcast where Rahul Jain talks about independent music, his latest independnet release Pass Aao Na on Red Indies ShuffleSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

17mins

12 Oct 2020

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Going the Google Way with Rahul Jain | Interface.fm | Design Podcast | Episode: 05

Interface FM

hey guys!  🙏  Catch Ashwin talk with Rahul Jain, a  product designer working with Google sharing his experience and life story with us.  In this episode you'll get to know about how the design designations work, life at Google, and how once be part of Google and Rahul's thoughts on the future of Design.   Join our Design Community PeopeWho.Design,  by clicking on the link below: peoplewho.design  Follow PeopleWho.Design -   Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/peoplewhodesign/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/peeplewhodesign LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/peoplewhodesign/

41mins

29 Aug 2020

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Leader by Design #42 | Program Impact | Rahul Jain - Maruti Suzuki India

Leader By Design

I truly enjoyed curating and disseminating training as Visiting Faculty on "Contemporary Issues on Leadership" at IMT Ghaziabad to Corporate Executives from different corporates attending the program. Listen to this Podcast to hear how the program impacted Rahul Jain from Maruti Suzuki & his journey! Wishing him amazing success in his leadership journey.

1min

29 Jan 2020

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Hrishi K with Rahul Jain (Silver in South Asian Games) & Abhishek Dubey (Coach)-Taekwondo Spl.

The HrishiKay Sessions

Hrishi K with Rahul Jain (Silver in South Asian Games) & Abhishek Dubey (Coach)-Taekwondo Spl. by Hrishikesh Kannan

27mins

26 Dec 2019

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#14. Life Skills - Rahul Jain

College Career Connect

#14. Life Skills - Rahul jain Rahul Jain is a motivational speaker, a life-skills trainer & an entrepreneur. He believes that there is infinite potential in every individual and we are limited only by our thoughts. This episode Rahul talks on the importance of life skills and on transformation from knowing to doing to being. Timestamps: 03:13 Built a dream of inspiring people 04:51 People dependency to system dependency 06:01 A transformation in business 06:51 I am no monk! 08:28 Passion Vs interest 11:37 What are life skills 12:22 Why are life skills important? 16:59 How to students learn about life skills 18:38 Doing and being             20:24 Journey of failing and succeeding 22:43 Shifting the anchor of expectations 24:28 Being played as a football 25:43 Improving life skills 27:37 Why toppers don't excel always 28:43 Governments approach to resolve unemployability 30:09 Unemployable and unemployed 30:39 Situation that influenced Rahul 33:47 Rahul in 20's 35:07 Keeps exploring and experimenting Learn more about Rahul at Www.living-life.co.in Make sure that you subscribe rate and review. If you like this show pls tell your friends and help me spread the greatness. Pls send your feedback about the show and the guests you would wish to have in further episodes by posting a message on college career connect page on Linkedin: http://bit.ly/licccpod Facebook: http://bit.ly/fbcccpod Instagram: http://bit.ly/igcccpod or mail us at collegecareerconnect@gmail.com. Digital marketing: Sakti vasu Music credits: https://www.purple-planet.com

36mins

24 Nov 2019

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#028 Holiday Preparedness With Akamai's Vicki Reyzelman And Rahul Jain

CommerceTomorrow

In this episode, we chat about Akamai's near ubiquitous role in delivering commerce experiences, how they approach computing at the edge, how they're improving the calls between "heads" and the backend application(s), how they prepare for Black Friday / Cyber Monday, and how they recommend that you prepare for Black Friday / Cyber Monday.

40mins

22 Nov 2019

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Machines / Film School interview with Director Rahul Jain

KUCI: Film School

Marrying stunning visuals with social advocacy, Rahul Jain’s debut documentary — winner of the Special Jury Award for Cinematography at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival — takes audiences into the labyrinthine passages of an enormous textile factory in Gujarat, India. Jain’s camera wanders freely between pulsating machines and bubbling vats of dye to create a moving portrait of the human laborers who toil away there for 12 hours a day to eke out a meager living for their families back home. Interviews with these workers and the factory owners who employ them reveal the stark inequality and dangerous working conditions brought about by unregulated industrialization in the region. This political message is delivered amidst the unsettling beauty of the factory’s mechanical underworld and the colorful, billowing fabrics it produces. Director Rahul Jain joins us to talk about the making of his stark, mesmerizing, and unsettling film and the penetrating sense of complicity we all should feel for the men and the inhumane work conditions they find themselves in.For news and updates go to: Machinesfacebook.com/machinesmovie

22 Sep 2017