Shravan Veerapaneni

Associate Professor, Mathematics

Shravan Veerapaneni


His research group develops fast and scalable algorithms for solving differential and integral equations on complex moving geometries. Application areas of current interest include large-scale simulations of blood flow through arbitrary confined geometries, electrohydrodynamics of soft particles and heat flow on time-varying domains.

simulation of red blood cells

Snapshot from a hydrodynamic simulation of 40,000 red blood cells with the inset showing the details of a two-body interaction.

Research Areas

Biology Applications and Engineering
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Numerical Analysis; Statistics and Stochastic Methods and Theories