Biswarup Biswas works in the area of computational methods for Balance Laws. Most of his PhD works are on the area of higher-order provably stable methods for hyperbolic conservation laws. Currently, he is working on stable schemes for various astrophysical problems.

Some of his current interests are:

Entropy Stable schemes, DG schemes, Stability of numerical schemes for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws, Deep learning, Numerical schemes for Hamilton Jacobi equations, Numerical schemes for Reaction-Diffusion equations.

He loves doing coding in Matlab, C++, Python, Fortran and Julia.


  1.  Biswas, B., & Dubey, R. K. (2020). ENO and WENO Schemes using Arc-length based Smoothness Measurement. Computers and Mathematics with Applications.
  2. Samala, R., & Biswas, B. (2020). Arc Length-Based WENO Scheme for Hamilton–Jacobi Equations. Communications on Applied Mathematics and Computation.
  3. Dubey, R. K., & Biswas, B. (2018). Suitable diffusion for constructing non-oscillatory entropy stable schemes. Journal of Computational Physics, 372.
  4. Biswas, B., & Dubey, R. K. (2018). Low dissipative entropy stable schemes using third order WENO and TVD reconstructions. Advances in Computational Mathematics, 44(4).  
  5. Dubey, R. K., & Biswas, B. (2017). An Analysis on Induced Numerical Oscillations by Lax-Friedrichs Scheme. Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems, 25(2).  
  6. Dubey, R. K., Biswas, B., & Gupta, V. (2016). Local maximum principle satisfying high-order non-oscillatory schemes. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 81(11).  


Role Course Title Place
Teaching assistant (TA) MTL712 COMP. METHODS FOR DIFFER. EQU. IIT Delhi
Teaching assistant (TA)MTL100 CALCULUSIIT Delhi
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  • Introduction to machine learning with some applications. Organized by Government Polytechnic Kishanganj (Department of Science and Technology),  Government of Bihar.
  •  Development of Entropy Stable TVD and TVB schemes for  hyperbolic conservation laws. Department of mathematics, IIT Delhi. Link


  • Ph.D. in Mathematics (September 2018 ) - SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kattankulathur, India. Thesis title: Non Linearly Stable High Order Accurate Efficient Schemes for System of Hyperbolic Conservation Laws. 
  • M. Sc. in Mathematics (July 2013) CGPA-8.41, IIT Madras, Chennai, India
  • B. Sc. in Mathematics (May 2010)  Percentage-79.37, University of Kalyani, West Bengal, India

Scholastic Achievements

  •  Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship (IPDF) from IIT Delhi, India.
  • Awarded National Postdoctoral Fellowship (N-PDF) by SERB, Govt. of India.
  • Awarded CSIR Senior Research Fellowship (SRF) for PhD.
  • Passed National examination CSIR-UGC NET for Lectureship.
  • Secured all India rank 121 in IIT JAM examination for Post Graduation study in IIT’s.
  • IIT Madras Merit Cum scholarship.
  • Best paper presentation in international conference NDETMC-2017.
  • Awarded Gold Medal in Research Day (2014) at SRM University.
  • West Bengal merit cum means scholarship for Post Graduation study.

Workshop and Training program

  • Selected for contributed paper in Conference on Computational PDE 2015 at TIFR CAM, Bengaluru.
  • International IFCAM Workshop on Control and Numerics for Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems (June 29 -July 1, 2015). TIFR CAM, Bengaluru.
  • Advanced Summer School on Control and Numerics for Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems (22-26 June, 2015). TIFR CAM, Bengaluru.
  • ADVANCED LEVEL WORKSHOP “COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR CONTROL ON PROBLEMS” (March 16-21, 2015) Jointly organized by Indian Institute of Space and Technology(IIST), Trivandrum and Mar Ivanios College, Trivandrum (Autonomous)
  • Attended the NPDE~TCA postgraduate level training program on differential equations in IIT Madras, 2013.



Department of Mathematics
IIT Delhi, New Delhi, 110016


Email: biswarupb7[at]

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