Mr. Aabiskar Thapa Kshetri is a 19-year-old Engineering & Robot Enthusiast from Pyuthan, Nepal.
After graduating from Pyuthan in the seventh grade, he was given the opportunity to develop himself. His passion lies in the Research and Development of Quantum Physics and Computer Science. Now, He is a Founder and Mentor of Quantum Physics at Students Research Council Nepal (SRCN). Through his council; he has created something tangible where students not only explore and expand the research culture but also connect to other precocious minds, forming a community of rational and inspiring high school students.
Aabiskar has impacted high school students by involving them in application-based and research-based education rather than theoretical learning. Along with that, it has helped students to get connected with like-minded people to create something tangible that impacts the human race. Now, SRCN connects more than 400 high school enthusiasts from all over Nepal.
Likewise, He is also a Chapter Project Head and Outreach Manager at One Quantum Nepal (QQN), a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing together quantum leaders from around the world. Through seminars, quantum summits, and weekly virtual meet-ups, OQN intends to promote quantum science and nurture the development of a nascent quantum ecosystem in Nepal. It also puts together dedicated learning resources for all quantum computing aficionados in Nepal. For the first time in Nepal, he and his team are running the “Summer of Quantum” talk series.
Apart from that; He is a strong research professional and recently has been involved in a research project to map the “Neural system of C-elegans”. He got an opportunity to write algorithms for a Quantum Computer that can model the neural structure of a roundworm. His research will definitely lead somewhere to the new findings.
Aabiskar is fascinated by robotics and is working with the motto of a “Let’s Promote Robotics Together” at Robonauts Venture Pvt. Ltd. He works on machine-level coding and as a Mechanical Specialist in the team. Similarly, he was chosen to compete in the FIRST Global Challenge 2020 by the Robotics Association of Nepal.
He sees himself as a potential researcher in the particular field and mentoring the students in the research community through the Students Research Council Nepal (SRCN). His enthusiasm for Research and Development in modern Computational Physics and Computer Science will lead him to a lab containing research and development equipment.
Aabiskar Thapa Kshetri has been selected as a “Glocal’s 20under20 of 2021 Batch” as an early change-maker throughout the nation. Glocal’s 20 under 20 is an umbrella title for 20 early change-makers, who are teenagers from diverse fields, stepping out to create an impact in the society.