We are an interdisciplinary group working in the area of Turbulence and Nonlinear Physics. Our research interests are :
- Magnetohydrodynamic Turbulence
- High-Performance Computing
- Non-equilibrium Statistical Mechanics
Prof. Mahendra K. Verma’s article on challenges in porting of hydrodynamic codes to exascale systems has been featured in HPCwire. Link.
Prof. Mahendra K. Verma has been selected as Fellow by the Indian National Science Academy (INSA). The citation reads: “Prof M. K. Verma has made seminal contributions in the field of MHD turbulence based on results from high performance computer simulations based on the well-known code TARANG which he conceptualized and developed, and his analysis of turbulence based on renormalization group theory”.
Prof. Mahendra Verma’s book titled “Energy Transfers in Fluid Flows: Multiscale and Spectral Perspectives” is published by Cambridge University Press.
A figure from the article On the energy spectrum of rapidly rotating forced turbulence is selected as Image of the week on 12th November 2018 – Physics of Fluids.
The article On the energy spectrum of rapidly rotating forced turbulence has been selected as Featured article in Physics of Fluids Journal (2018).