I am presently a Research Fellow in the
Center for Computational Biology (CCB) at Flatiron
Institute, New York. I am part of the Biophysical Modeling
group where I am mentored by Prof.
Michael Shelley. I primarily work on developing
theoretical and computational tools to study
fluid-structure interactions in Stokes flow relevant for
various biophysics problems.
Before joining Flatiron, I obtained my
bachelor in Mechanical Engineering from Jadavpur
University, Kolkata, India where I also grew up.
Subsequently I completed my MS in Engineering Mechanics
Tech, USA working with
Prof. James Hanna and my Ph.D from the department of
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at UC
San Diego where I was advised by Prof.
A bit more about me! I am passionate about
Hindustani classical music, an avid listener and learnt Tabla
while growing up. More recently I have been learning Sarod,
a fretless Indian string instrument. Besides this, I am
interested in scientific data visualization, graphics,
science outreach and enjoy teaching.
Center for Computational Biology
Institute, Simons Foundation
5th Ave, NY 10010