Anirban Chaudhuri

Research Scientist | Massachusetts Institute of Technology

I am currently working with Prof. Karen Willcox in the Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. I am a member of AIAA Non-Deterministic Approaches Technical Committee.

I started my academic journey with receiving my Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering from Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur, India in 2008. I moved to the U.S. in 2008 and earned my Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from University of Florida in 2010. After, I continued as a Doctoral student under Prof. Raphael T. Haftka at University of Florida and received my PhD in Mechanical Engineering in December, 2014.

My research interests include multifidelity methods, optimization under uncertainty, risk analysis, uncertainty quantification, Monte Carlo methods, surrogate-based design optimization, and use-inspired research.

Recent News

02/13/2020: Presented at Facebook Adaptive Experimentation Workshop in NY on Multifidelity Adaptive Experimental Design and Optimization Under Uncertainty.

January 2020: Our papers on Multifidelity Efficient Global Reliability Analysis and Information reuse for importance sampling in reliability-based design optimization are featured as novel advancements in probabilistic analysis in Aerospace America: 2019 Year in Review.

More news

01/10/2020: Presented our work on Risk-Based Design Optimization Via Probability of Failure, Conditional Value-at-Risk, and Buffered Probability of Failure at AIAA SciTech conference in Orlando, Florida.

07/31/2019: Presented on Information Reuse for Importance Sampling in RBDO at the USNCCM in Austin, Texas.

04/19/2019: Gave the MIT ACDL Special Seminar on How to Reuse Information from Optimization History for Efficient Reliability-Based Design Optimization.

04/04/2019: Presented on Information Reuse for Importance Sampling in RBDO at the East Coast Optimization Meeting in Fairfax, Virginia.

04/03/2019: Gave a special seminar at NASA Goddard Space Flights Center on Multifidelity methods for Optimization Under Uncertainty: Fusing Models and Reusing Information.