Visiting Fellows

Adjunct Senior Fellows

Dr. Gladwin Joseph
Research interest: Integrated natural resource management, agroforestry, sustainable agriculture, nursery technology, forest regeneration, applied ecophysiology, adaptive research approaches.
Azim Premji University, Bengaluru
gladwin(at)atree(dot)org

Dr. R. Prabhakar
Director, Software Technology Strand Life Sciences Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore, India.
Research interest: Ecoinformatics, geographical information systems for conservation, spatial technology and human interactions with ecosystems. Working on a project to provide a framework and a platform for creating social-ecological maps of urban areas. Decentralization and cost-effective conservation.
r.prabhakar(at)atree(dot)org

Adjunct Fellows

Dr. Deepak Malghan, IIMB
Research Interests: Ecological Economics (analytical theory of scale, ecological distribution), Historical Political Economy.
At ATREE, I am collaborating with the water group led by Drs. Lele, Srinivasan, and Thomas.
dmalghan(at)atree(dot)org

Dr. Megha Shenoy
Independent Industrial Ecologist,
Research interests: industrial ecology - specifically industrial symbiosis and urban metabolism - to measure stocks and flows of resources for sustainable consumption and production.
megha(dot)shenoy(at)atree(dot)org

Dr. Narasimha D Rao
Project Leader - Decent Living Energy (DLE) Project,
Research interests: Relationship between energy systems, human development and climate change. His research interests also include investigating income inequality, infrastructure, and climate policy.

Dr. Robert John Chandran
Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata
Email: robert.john@iiserkol.ac.in

Dr. T. O. Sasidharan
Ex Senior Scientific Officer, Central Silk Board, Bangalore, India
Research interest: Eco-friendly technologies for insect pest management, while preserving the environment. Investigations on native isolates of the entomopathogenic fungus, Metarhizium sp. for control of certain potentially dangerous insect pests of forest plantations and nurseries. The possibility of using Microsporidia for insect pest control is being investigated.
tosasi(at)atree(dot)org