Dr Chaitanya Paruchuri is a Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellow and a lecturer in the ISVR at the University of Southampton. He is currently member of Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre in Gas Turbine Noise undertaking research into aerofoil noise, UAV/Drone noise and duct acoustics. He published more than 28 academic journal papers and 48 international conference papers. His latest 7 inventions on reducing turbulence-aerofoil interaction noise have been patented, two of these have so been granted. He received the prestigious 5 years Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellowship on Tip leakage noise in ducted fans. He has recently been appointed as Assistant Editor for the Journal of Sound and Vibration. He is a recipient of Vice-Chancellor's Awards in Early Career in 2020 at the UoS.
- Royal Academy of Engineering Research fellowship (2019)