Faculty Details

Subhadip Raychaudhuri

Associate Professor (Computational Biology)

Phd (2002), University of Rochester, USA

Brief Bio

Subhadip Raychaudhuri is an associate professor at Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology Delhi. Subhadip received his BSc from Presidency College and MSc from University of Calcutta. He did his doctoral studies in Physics at University of Rochester (2002). Subhadip received his postdoctoral training in the chemical engineering department at UC Berkeley (2001-04). His current interests are focused on solving problems of biomedical relevance using computational modeling and theoretical methods.


Phone: 011-26907438
Email: subhadipiiitd.ac.in
Website: https://sites.google.com/a/iiitd.ac.in/subhadip/
Office: B-201

Research Interests

We use computational methods, such as kinetic Monte Carlo simulations, to address problems of biomedical relevance. Monte Carlo based in silico approaches can be a powerful tool for carrying out single cell (or single molecule) biology and for elucidating the spatio-temporal dynamics of biological processes. The work that is carried out is interdisciplinary. Current interests are: (i) Systems biology of apoptotic cell death signaling in healthy and diseased cells and (ii) Immunobiology of B lymphocyte activation.

Teaching Interests

Stochastic simulations in systems biology and biophysics, Mathematical biology, Monte Carlo simulations. Courses are focused on teaching some of the essential quantitative (analytical and numerical) techniques that can be used to solve biological problems. Biomedical applications are frequently discussed.