#Innovidual Ananthakrishna Sarma

July 28, 2016 Arin Karimian

Ananthakrishna is a senior scientist at Leidos

“Simulating atmospheric processes is my passion. In any simulation, success depends on how well you can represent all the pieces and parts of your system in your model.”

Ananthakrishna Sarma is a senior scientist working in numerical weather prediction. His group designs meteorological models that combine simulation technology with atmospheric physics using advanced computational fluid dynamics techniques that can represent terrain at high resolution only where needed.

“For our group, innovation was due to outside-the-box thinking by a group of individuals.”

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Arin Karimian

Arin is the Corporate Content Lead at Leidos. He creates and curates content across a wide range of topics -- familiar territory for someone who's worked in banking, health care, media, and the non-profit space.

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