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I’m Mohamed. I do physics all the time.

I’m a Ph.D. physics graduate student at the University of Cincinnati. During my MS degree at University of Minnesota, I was searching for magnetic monopole, one of the most elusive particles in our history, which we look for since the dawn of time. I worked at the NOvA experiment at Fermilab, which is one of the best places in the world. Do you know that you can visit it easily?

You can read more about that on the Research page.

I’m a big fan of online learning, and I took many courses on MOOC platforms like Coursera, edx, and udacity. Mainly in my areas of interest, which are Data analysis, computer science, and Physics but nerveless, I took many courses in other areas to expand my knowledge. I mainly like Coursera as I consider it the best MOOC platform available. I’m glad to surf as volunteer beta tester for their new courses as I was selected among others to give back some of what we had learned.

You can read more about that on the Coursera page.

From time to time, I will post my experience, advice, and some programming hints from my online courses. I will share all this information and put it on this page. Learn, so keep visiting it for hopefully useful information. Also, you can take a look into my physics computational GitHub repository, where I publish my computational physics tools.

When I’m not doing physics or machine learning, I may be reading or playing games like a supreme ruler. I’m addicted to this game and consider it one of the most important inventions in the history of computer games. I usually like to struggle with balancing the economy, which this game offers me. I’m not very active on social media except for Goodreads (would you like to show me your title list?). Once ago, I was very enthusiastic with a bunch of other guys. We eliminated a 30 years dictatorship using social media power, but we lost the game at the end.

Well, that’s about it for this page. I’m glad you’re here and hope you enjoy the rest of your stay.