Ph.D. Mathematical Sciences. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY. (1965)
M.A. Mathematics. Osmania Univerity,
B.A. Mathematics. Osmania Univerity,
Senior Research Staff Scientist, Dept. of Statistics.
Over the last twenty-five years Chandra has taken the lead in defining,
developing and executing major initiatives in the mathematical and computer
sciences and related fields, emphasising the role of basic research. In
particular, he played a major role in defining and developing an area that
may be called mathematical engineering with emphasis on intelligent control,
signal processing, high performance computing, nonlinear dynamics, and
mathematical modeling. In so doing, he has forged several new partnerships
among different universities, and between them and a variety of Army and
industrial labratories. Some specific examples are:
- The Mathematics
(University of Wisconsin,
- Center of
Intelligent Control Systems (Brown, Harvard, M.I.T.).
- Army High
Performance Computing Research Center (University of Minnesota).
- Center of
Excellence on Information Sciences (Clark-Atlanta University).
- DoD Infrastructure
Consortimum on Advanced Distributed Simulation (Grambling University).
Nonlinear Analysis, System and Control Theory, Stochastic Analysis,
Intelligence Systems, Simulation and Modeling, Computational Methods,
Transport and Diffusion.
SES Exceptional Performance Awards 1989, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1995.
SDIO Special Achievement Award 1989.
Department of the Army Commendation 1989, 1995.