Dr. Kameswararao Anupindi received his Ph.D. from the School of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University in 2013. He finished his M. Tech. and B. Tech. degrees from IIT Kanpur and JNTU College of Engineering Kakinada, respectively. He worked as a developer on the FLUENT project at ANSYS FLUENT India from 2006 to 2009. He also worked as a post-doctoral researcher at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Prior to joining IIT Madras he was a Research Fellow in the Aerodynamics and Flight Mechanics Research Group at the University of Southampton.
His research interests include hybrid turbulence modelling for internal and external flows, bio-fluid dynamics studies in healthy and pathological arteries together with medical devices. He is interested in developing and applying in-house and open-source computational fluid dynamics software to conduct the simulations.
Kameswararao Anupindi, Weichen Lai, Steven H. Frankel, Characterization of oscillatory instability in lid driven cavity flows using lattice Boltzmann method,Computers & Fluids, vol. 92, pp. 7-21 (2014)
Kameswararao Anupindi, Y. Delorme, D. A. Shetty, S. H. Frankel, A novel multiblock immersed boundary method for large eddy simulation of complex arterial hemodynamics,Journal of Computational Physics, vol. 254, pp. 200-218 (2013)
Sengupta, T. K., Kameswara Rao, A., Venkatasubbaiah, K., Spatiotemporal growing wave-fronts in spatially stable boundary layers,Physical Review Letters, vol. 96, pp. 224504-1 to 4, (2006)