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Aerospace Industry Veteran Dr. Anutosh Moitra Joins CRL
CRL strengthens its expertise in Aerospace sector by bringing Dr. Anutosh Moitra on board.
Pune, India, January 2011 - CRL (Computational Research Laboratories Ltd.), a Wholly owned subsidiary of TATA Sons Limited and one of the first companies to provide full service provisioning of HPC (high performance computing) solutions in the public cloud and differentiates itself by its deep industry specific expertise in various sectors. We understand that many of today’s emerging HPC solutions require an interdisciplinary expertise to fully realize the benefits of HPC. Dr. Anutosh Moitra joins CRL as a distinguished scientist and to head our Aerospace group, which will strongly enhance our expertise in the Aerospace Sector
Dr. Moitra comes from Boeing where he was a Technical Fellow in the Enabling Technology and Research organization. Dr. Moitra’s contributions to Computational Fluid Dynamics were key to the success of many design projects at Boeing. He has received numerous recognitions and awards at Boeing for leading teams to generate innovative solutions to problems in airplane design and operation. Prior to joining Boeing Dr. Moitra served as a Principal Scientist at NASA Langley Research Center.
“We are excited about having Dr. Moitra on board. With his industry experience, our commitment to our Aerospace customers reaches to yet another level of value and service,” says Dr. Vipin Chaudhary, CEO of CRL.“Our charter is to leverage state-of-the-art HPC and CFD technologies to make effcient, accurate, and cost effective analysis, a routine and integral part of aeroplane design, " says Dr. Anutosh Moitra. “Having a proven and dedicated team along with access to highly scalable HPC facility at CRL, and a strong commitment toward delivering value to customers were the main factors that attracted me to CRL.”
CRL strenthens its expertise in Aerospace sector by bringing Dr. Anutosh Moitra on board.
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