Sankarasubramanian Ragunathan

M. Sc.
Sankarasubramanian Ragunathan Copyright: © Martin Braun
Lehrstuhl für Mathematics for Uncertainty Quantification


Room: 157

Pontdriesch 14-16

52062 Aachen



Obtained my B.Tech degree in Mechanical Engineering from Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore, India. Worked in Bosch Global Software Technologies Pvt. Ltd. for 2 years as an Associate Software Engineer responsible for CFD simulations. Started pursuing my master’s in Simulation Sciences at RWTH Aachen in 2018 successfully completing it in 2021.


Research Focus

Developing higher-order numerical schemes to be implemented with Monte Carlo methods, such as multilevel Monte Carlo and multi-index Monte Carlo, for the computation of mean exit times of stochastic processes.


Research Areas

  • Numerical methods for SDE
  • PINNs
  • Monte Carlo Methods
  • Higher-Order Numerical Schemes
  • Stopping times



  • Sankarasubramanian, R., Sridhar, A., Prashanth, M. S., Mohammad, A., Velamati, R. K., & Vaitla, L. (2018). Influence of thickness on performance characteristics of non-sinusoidal plunging motion of symmetric airfoil. Aerospace Science and Technology, 81, 333-347.

  • Selvaraj, J., R. Sankarasubramanian, and M. S. Prashanth. "Exploring Quarry dust as a green alternative to Silica sand for casting in foundries." Access Paper

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