Talks and posters


  1. P. Rao, A novel strategy for unstructured search on IBM quantum processors, CUNY Hunter College Colloquium, New York, NY (Apr 15, 2021).

  2. P. Rao, Implementation of practical quantum algorithms for unstructured search, Computational Science Initiative Quantum (CSI Q) Seminar, Brookhaven National Lab, Upton, NY (Apr 7, 2021).

  3. P. Rao, Developing robust numerical algorithms and techniques for fluid mixing, Applied Fluids Seminar, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), Berkeley, CA (Apr 2, 2021).

  4. P. Rao, Modeling mixing accurately in numerical simulations of interfacial instabilities, Harmonic Analysis and PDEs Seminar at CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY (Mar 19, 2021).

  5. Fluid Dynamics 5-minute Talks, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), Berkeley, CA (Feb 5, 2021).

  6. P. Rao, Modeling mixing in interfacial instabilities - II, Einstein Chair Mathematics Seminar at CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY (Jan 11, 2021).

  7. P. Rao and T. Drivas, Modeling mixing in interfacial instabilities - I, Einstein Chair Mathematics Seminar at CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY (Dec 7, 2020).

  8. P. Rao, Hybrid quantum-classical methods for amplitude estimation for near term quantum devices, Math Colloquium at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL (Oct 2020).

  9. P. Rao and J. Glimm, 3D LES simulations of Richtmyer-Meshkov and Rayleigh-Taylor instabilities using Front-tracking, Mathematics of Turbulence (Reunion), IPAM, Lake Arrowhead, CA (Jun 2016).

  10. P. Rao, C. Caulfield and J.D. Gibbon, Non-linear depletion in homogeneous buoyancy driven turbulence, Culminating workshop, Mathematics of Turbulence, Lake Arrowhead, CA (Dec 2014).

  11. P. Rao and J. Glimm, Turbulent mixing in Richtmyer-Meshkov instability in an ICF like geometry, Mathematics of Turbulence, Institute of Pure and Applied Math, UCLA (Oct 2014).


  1. UC Berkeley Math Circle, Berkeley, CA (Apr 14 and 21, 2021).

  2. P. Rao, Normal distribution, UCLA Math Circle, Los Angeles, CA (Nov 23, 2014)


  1. P. Rao, K. Yu, H. Lim, D. Jin and D. Choi, Quantum amplitude estimation algorithms on IBM quantum devices, Quantum Communications and Quantum Imaging XVIII, San Diego, CA (Aug 2020).

  2. H. Lim, K. Yu, P. Rao and D. Jin, Amplitude estimation implementations on NISQ devices, OSA Quantum 2.0, Reston, VA (Jun 2020).

  3. P. Rao, D. An, T. Kolomatski, R. Lawrence and D. Sullivan, Investigation of low to moderate Reynolds number fluid flows using the lattice hydrodynamics model, AMS Fall Eastern Sectional Meeting, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY (Nov 2019).

  4. P. Rao and J. Melvin, Numerical study of impact of interparticle interactions on particle dynamics in lab generated spark discharge, SIAM CSE, Spokane, WA (Feb 2019).

  5. A. Vijayan, P. Rao and D. Levin, Comparison of inert simulated particle transport in a moving shock wave with experiments, AIAA Science and Technology Forum and Exposition, San Diego, CA (Jan 2019).

  6. S. Sawant, P. Rao, A. Harpale, H. Beng Chew and D. Levin, Micro-scale thermal response modeling of Avcoat-like TPS, AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Kissimmee, FL (Jan 2018).

  7. P. Rao, S. Sawant, A. Harpale, H.B. Chew and D. Levin, Hybrid walker approach to conduction-radiation coupling in micro scale ablation modeling, 9th Ablation Workshop, MSU, Bozeman, MT (Aug 2017).

  8. P. Rao, J. Melvin and J. Glimm, Statistical description of transitional length scales in turbulent mixing, SIAM CSE 2017, Atlanta, GA (Feb 2017).

  9. P. Rao, J. Melvin, D. She, R. Kaufman, H. Lim and J. Glimm, Development of a hydrodynamic code cFluid (FT/LES/SGS) for turbulent transport applications, Scientista Foundation, New York City (Oct 2015).

  10. P. Rao, J. Melvin, R. Kaufman, H. Lim, J. Glimm and D.H. Sharp, Numerical Study of Turbulent Transport at High Reynolds number in Richtmyer-Meshkov Instability, American Physical Society, San Antonio, TX (Mar 2015).

  11. P. Rao, J. Melvin, R. Kaufman, H. Lim, W. Hu, J. Glimm and D.H. Sharp, Turbulent transport coefficients in Richtmyer-Meshkov instability using FT/LES/SGS, Shanks workshop on Mathematics of Fluid Dynamics, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN (Feb 2015).