I am currently a post doctoral research associate in Numerical Linear Algebra Group at School of Mathematics, University of Manchester. I am a part of NLAFET project, headed by Prof. Jack Dongarra, and Prof. Nicholas. J. Higham. Prior to this I was a research scholar at Indian Institute of Science, Prof. Debraj Ghosh was my PhD supervisor.
My research interests include
- Devoleping multi-precision algorithms for numerical linear algebra problems.
- High performance computing.
- Randomised algorithms.
- Uncertainty quantification.
- Domain Decomposition methods.
6. Nicholas J. Higham, Srikara Pranesh, and Mawussi Zounon. "Squeezing a Matrix into Half Precision, with an Application to Solving Linear Systems." (2018). MIMS Eprint (Submitted to SIAM Journal On Scientific Computing) - codes available here
5. Azzam Haidar, Ahmad Abdelfattah, Mawussi Zounon, Panruo Wu, Srikara Pranesh, Stanimire Tomov, and Jack Dongarra. "The Design of Fast and Energy-Efficient Linear Solvers: On the Potential of Half-Precision Arithmetic and Iterative Refinement Techniques." In International Conference on Computational Science, pp. 586-600. Springer, Cham, 2018.
4. Srikara Pranesh, and Debraj Ghosh. "Cost reduction of stochastic Galerkin method by adaptive identification of significant polynomial chaos bases for elliptic equations." Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering(2018).
3. Srikara Pranesh, and Debraj Ghosh. “A FETI-DP based parallel hybrid stochastic finite element method for large stochastic systems.” Computers & Structures 195 (2018): 64-73.
2. Srikara Pranesh, and Debraj Ghosh. “Addressing the curse of dimensionality in SSFEM using the dependence of eigenvalues in KL expansion on domain size.” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 311 (2016): 457-475.
1. Srikara Pranesh, and Debraj Ghosh. “Faster computation of the Karhunen - Loeve expansion using its domain independence property.” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 285 (2015): 125-145.
- Teaching Assistant, foundation year mathematics course MATH19872 February 2018 - May 2018, University of Manchester.
- Teaching Assistant, ‘ Uncertainty modelling and analysis’ during January - May 2017 term, Indian Institute of Science.
- Teaching Assistant, ‘Finite element analysis’ during January 2017, for a course conducted at centre for continuing education in Indian Institute of Science.
- Teaching Assistant, ‘Uncertainty modelling and analysis’ during January - May 2016 term, Indian Institute of Science.
- Teaching Assistant, ‘Finite element analysis’ during August - December 2014 term, Indian Institute of Science.
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