Anuj Chaudhri

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Mathematics & Computational Science Postdoctoral Researcher
Center for Computational Science & Engineering
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Email: (AChaudhri) AT (lbl.gov)
EDUCATION
Ph.D. Applied Mechanics & Mechanical Engineering, Computational Physics, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 2009
M.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2004
B.E. Mechanical Engineering, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, 2002
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Postdoctoral Scholar in Theoretical Biophysics, University of Chicago (2010-2012)
Visiting Scientist, Genentech Inc. (2011-2012)
HONORS AND AWARDS
Doctoral Research Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania, 2004-2009
Travel Award, Int. Conf. for Mesoscopic Methods in Engg. & Science, Amsterdam 2008
Travel Award, Univ. of Penn for the American Physical Society Meeting, Denver 2007
First Place, Sigma Xi Graduate Student Research Presentation Competition, University of Tennessee, 2004
R. N. Lyon Engineering Scholarship Award for Outstanding Research in Thermal Sciences, University of Tennessee, 2003
Phi Kappa Phi (honorary member for securing a 4.0 GPA), 2003
Graduate Research Scholarship, University of Tennessee, 2002-2004
Ranked top 1%, Class of Mechanical Engineering, Osmania University, 2002
BROAD RESEARCH INTERESTS
Equilibrium & Non-equilibrium Statistical Physics
Coarse graining and Multiscale modeling
Stochastic Processes
Non-equilibrium Phase Transitions
Theoretical Biophysics
Foundations of Statistical Mechanics
SPECIFIC RESEARCH INTERESTS
protein aggregation in biopharmaceutics; mechanics of complex fluids; electrostatics effects in protein solutions; path integral methods;
projection operator techniques in stat mech; application of large deviations theory to non-equilibrium stat mech; nanoscale fluid and
heat transport in channels; mesoscopic methods for phase transitions; characteristics of non-equilibrium steady states; nonlinear
Langevin and Fokker-Planck equations; path sampling methods; neural network models
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