Professor Anindya Chatterjee

Professor, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur

Areas of Interest:

Applied mechanics, dynamics, vibrations, fatigue, solid mechanics and design, engineering uses of statistics for field data..


Dynamics; Applied Mechanics

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Sectors Interested to Offer Service:

Educational / Academic institutions, Industry (Private), Industry (PSUs), R&D Organizations, Government (including funding agencies), Entrepreneurs, Venture Capitalists, Law Enforcement Agencies, Consultancy Firms, Private Agencies, Individuals

Major Professional Contributions:

Prof. Anindya Chatterjee research is notable for its breadth. He has written papers on impact dynamics, walking machines, nonlinear oscillations and perturbation methods, delay differential equations, damage and fatigue models, fractional order derivatives, rotor dynamics, bicycle and motorcycle dynamics, ion dynamics in Paul traps, MEMS beam mechanics beyond pull in, unexpected sub-exponential attenuation of waves in periodic structure, modeling and exploiting role of shape in vibration damping. He has published papers in known journals like ASME Journals, Nonlinear Dynamics, The Journal of Sound and Vibration, International Journals of Solids and Structures, International Journal of Robotics Research, International Journal of Non Linear Mechanics..

Professional Experience:

  • Professor IIT Kanpur. July 2012-present
  • Professor IIT Kharagpur. 2009-2012
  • Associate Professor Indian Institute of Science. 2005-2009
  • Assistant Professor Indian Institute of Science. 2000-2005
  • Postdoctoral scholar Penn State University. 1996-2000


dynamics, vibrations, fatigue, design, statistics.


Contact Information


Mechanical Engineering Department,
Indian Institute of Technology,
Mobile: 09044422869

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  • B.Tech., Mechanical Engineering, 1989, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
  • M.S., Applied Mathematics, 1993, University of Florida, USA
  • M.S., Engineering Mechanics, 1993, University of Florida, USA
  • Ph.D., Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 1997, Cornell University, USA


Awards and Major Professional Recognitions


Link to Website

INAE Section Affiliated III: Mechanical Engineering

Year of Election to Fellowship: 2012

Year of Birth: 1966