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Paritosh Mokhasi

Paritosh Mokhasi

Paritosh Mokhasi joined the Wolfram Technology Group in 2009 with special interests in the areas of computational mathematics, numerical simulations related to fluid flow, meshfree methods, and approximation theory. He is currently a member of the Kernel Technology group.

Mokhasi has taught undergraduate courses in fluid mechanics and thermodynamics at the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, where he was also responsible for teaching intensive two-week courses in computer programming for students learning undergraduate computational mathematics. He has also worked as an academic advisor to junior research assistants. Mokhasi has authored peer-reviewed journal articles in the fields of computational mechanics and fluid mechanics and has given several presentations at international conferences. He has been a certified instructor with Wolfram Research since 2011.


Wolfram Research, Inc., Champaign, Illinois


BE in Mechanical Engineering, S.D.M. College of Engineering and Technology, Karnataka, India
MS in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Illinois Institute of

Technology, Chicago
PhD in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago


English, Hindi, Kannada


Painting, drawing, music, martial arts, video games