Additional Departments/Affiliated Programs
Earth System Science and Environmental Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering,Mechanical Engineering, Madras University 2002
Masters, Mechanical Engineering, University of Utah 2006
PhD Mechanical Engineering, University of Utah 2011
PostDoctoral Research Scholar, Princeton University 2011-2014
Fluid Mechanics (UG)
Heat Transfer (UG)
Building Energy and Environment (G)
Solar & Thermal Engineering (G)
Biosphere-atmosphere interactions over complex terrains, Boundary Layer Meteorology, Urbanization, Sustainability and Climate Change.
Ortiz, L., Gonzalez, J., Ramamurthy, P. et al. (2019) “High‐resolution projections of extreme heat in New York City”, Int. Jour. Clim.
Yu, Miao, Ramamurthy, P. et al. (2019)“On the Assessment of a Cooling Tower Scheme for High-Resolution Numerical Weather Modeling for Urban Areas.” Jour. of Appl. Meteorol. & Climatol.
Melecio, D., Ramamurthy, P., Gonzalez, J., and Mark Arend (2018) “Thermal structure of a coastal urban boundary layer”, Boundary-layer Meteorology
Vant-Hull, B. and Ramamurthy, P., “The Harlem Heat Project: a Unique Media/Community Collaboration to Study Indoor Heat Waves” (2018), Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc
Olivo, Y.,A. Hamidi and P. Ramamurthy (2017), “Spatiotemporal variability in building energy use in New York City”, Energy, 141: 1393-1401
Ramamurthy, P. and E. Bou-Zeid (2017), “Heatwaves and urban heat islands: A comparative analysis of multiple cities”, Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres, 122: 168–178
Carl Mailings, Matteo Pozzi, Kelly Klima, Mario Berges, Elie Bou-Zeid and Prathap Ramamurthy (2018), “Surface heat assessment for developed environments: Optimizing urban temperature monitoring”, Building and Environment, 141: 143-154
Carl Mailings, Matteo Pozzi, Kelly Klima, Mario Berges, Elie Bou-Zeid and Prathap Ramamurthy (2017), “Surface heat assessment for developed environments: Probabilistic urban temperature modeling”, Computer Environment and Urban Systems, 36: 43-64
Hosannah, N., J. Gonzalez, R. Rodriguez-Solis, H. Parsiani, F. Moshary, Luis Aponte, R. Armstrong, E. Harmsen, P. Ramamurthy, M. Angeles, L. León, N. Ramírez, D. Niyogi and R. Bornstein (2017), “The Convection, Aerosol, and Synoptic-Effects in the Tropics (CAST) Experiment: Building an Understanding of Multi-Scale Impacts on Caribbean Weather via Field Campaigns”, Bulletin of American Meteorological Society, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-16-0192.1
Ramamurthy, P., J. Gonzalez, L. Ortiz, F. Moshari, and M. Arend (2017), “Impact of heatwave on a megacity: an observational analysis of New York City during July 2016”, Environmental Research Letters, 12(5): 054011