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Ram Sateesh Pasupuleti
Ram Sateesh Pasupuleti Assistant Professor ramsateeshfap[at]iitr.ac.in
Areas of Interest
  • Culturally Responsive Built Environments, Disasters ,Culture, Development and Attarctive Winter cities, Design for All in All Climatic conditi
Educational Details
DegreeSubjectUniversityYear
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)Disasters, Vernacular Architecture, DevelopmentDepartment of Urban Development and Regeneration University of Westminster London UK2011
M.A.M.A.International Studies in Vernacular ArchitectureISVA Oxford Brookes University Oxford UK2005
B.ArchBachelors in ArchitectureJawaharlal Nehru technological University Hyderabad2003
Memberships
  • Swedish Association of Architects SAR MSA, SAR MSA
  • Council of Architecture, CA 2010-48375
Teaching Engagements
TitleCourse CodeClass NameSemester
Introduction to Building Materials and ConstructionAR1041st yearSpring
Bulding Codes and RegulationsAR2082nd YearSpring
Design -3AR3023rd year B.ArchSpring
Refereed Journal Papers

S.No.

Title of paper

Co-author(s),

if any

Name of the

Journal

Vol. &

Year

Pages

1

Designing Culturally Responsive Built Environments in Post Disaster Contexts: Tsunami Affected Fishing Settlements in Tamilnadu, India,

 

International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Elsevier

6 (2013)

28–39

2

An Interdisciplinary Framework: from Positivism of Development Studies to Post Structuralism of Cultural Anthropology - a Tale of Two fishing villages in Tamilnadu, Southern India

 

Abacus Journal, Birla institute of Technology

Vol 5, Number 2(2010)

1-9

3

Transforming temple streets in the new digital era,

Jyoti Mittal, Sivasaktivel, Arti Manohar

International Association of Study of Traditional Environments, Working Paper series, University of Berkeley, U.S.A

Vol 252 (2012)

 

4

Addressing vulnerability of fishing communities in post tsunami reconstruction - A cultural perspective from Kovalam Village, Tamilnadu,

 

International Association of Study of Traditional Environments, Working Paper series, University of Berkeley, U.S.A

Vol 218 (2008)

 

(b ) Papers presentations/Publications in International Conferences

S.No.

Title of paper

Co-author(s),

if any

Name of the Conference

Date &

year

1.

   Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction And Climate Change Adaptation Into Humanitarian And Development Planning

 

Sajith Shaik

10th Annual International Conference on Public Policy and Management, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India.

3 August 2015 to 5 August 2015

2.

 Mobility and accessibilty in winter towns: an inquiry by integrating climate, cultural adaptability and winter maintenance

Glenn Berggård

TRANSCED 2015 Lisbon Portugal

23rd July 2015

3.

The Lost Traditions in Historic Urban Settlements: The case of Mardin, Turkey andSrirangam, India.

Ram Pasupuleti

ISVS 7Conference, presented in Istanbul Turkey.

15-17th October 2014.

4.

A Multi-disciplinary Framework for Understanding Accessible Built Environments for All in ‘All Weather Conditions’: The Study of Small towns in Nordic Region

 

Glenn Berggård

Presented and published for UD 2014, Ingvar Kamprad Design Centre
Lund University, Lund, Sweden

June 16-18, 2014

5.

Interrogating Sustainability: Urban Transition of a mining town

Kristina L.Nilsson,

IAPS International Network Symposium 2013 Sustainable environments in a changing global context, Identifying opportunities for innovative spaces and practices in contexts of crisis, A Coruña, Spain,

June 25-28, 2013.

6.

Interrogating Urban Transformations: since Bhopal Gas tragedy to the new Shopping Mall,

Arti Jaiswal

Virtual presentation, Design Principles and Practices Conference, Chiba, Japan.

6th -8th March 2013

7.

Transforming temple streets in the new digital era,

Jyoti Mittal, Sivasaktivel, Arti Manohar

IASTE conference (2012), Oregan, U.S.A

Oct 4th -7th Portland USA 2012

8.

Towards an Interdisciplinary framework for understanding the role of culture in the Post disaster reconstruction process,

 

IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, 4th International Disaster and Risk Conference, Davos, Switzerland

26th -30th August 2012

9.

Re-qualifying new spaces for old uses-The case of tsunami reconstruction process in Tamilnadu

 

IAPS conference, Istanbul, Turkey

2009

10.

Understanding the qualitative nature of places: Towards video-analysis as an approach,

Arti Kanchana Manohar

Understanding places conference, Westminster London

6th July 2009

11.

Addressing vulnerability of fishing communities in post tsunami reconstruction - A cultural perspective from Kovalam Village, Tamilnadu,

 

IASTE conference (2008), Oxford, UK

2008

12.

Key issues in post disaster development failures – The case of tsunami reconstruction in Tamilnadu Southern India

 

TCDPAP international conference proceedings, Lahore, Pakistan

2007

 (d) Paper presentations and workshops in National Conferences

S.No.

Title of paper

Co-author(s),  if

any

Name of the Conference

Date &

year

1

How to integrate nature and culture in disaster contexts.

Assisted by Piyush Verma

Invited session for Disaster Management Workshop organized by RGPV Bhopal.

20th May 2015.

2

Research and education in Planning and Building in 6 Seasons and Scales

Presented as team Research group of Architecture, led by Prof.Kristina L Nilsson

SBN Conference – Program, 20-21 August, Hotel Laponia, Arvidsjaur, Sweden.

 

20-21 August,2012

3

Understanding Places: Developing Participatory ways for Tourism Concerns in Built Environment Education,

Amit Khare

National Conference on Factors Affecting Teaching & Research Strategy to Improve Quality in Higher Education(FARSIQHE), Rajiv Gandhi South Campus, Banaras Hindu University, Barkachha, Dist. Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh, India.

2012