Ravi Srinivasan Death, Biotech Entrepreneur & CEO death – Trending Notice
For many years, Ravi has been my friend, coworker, and mentor. Everyone with whom he interacts can see how extraordinary his technical expertise and experience are. Ravi’s capacity to bring people together to discuss challenges, resolve conflicts, question traditional wisdom, and work toward shared objectives, however, is his most motivating quality. He encourages the best qualities in his coworkers and friends and enthusiastically acknowledges all successes. In my experience, Ravi is kind, giving, cool under pressure, and always willing to listen. His optimistic outlook inevitably draws good people to associate with him.
Besides having an M.S. in civil engineering from the University of Florida and an MS and Ph.D. in architecture (building technology) from the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Ravi Shankar Srinivasan is a Rinker School Holland Professor and a UF Long-Term Professor. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Design’s Center for Environmental Architecture and Design. He holds certifications in energy management, LEED, green expertise, and drone flying from the FAA. He serves as the director of the UrbSys (Urban Building Energy, Sensing, Control, Big Data Analytics and Visualization) Lab.
Dr. Srinivasan is the principal author of Smart Cities: Fundamentals, Principles and Applications (Smart Cities: Foundations, Principles and Applications), co-editor of John Wiley & Sons Inc., and The Hierarchy of Energy in Architecture: Emergy Analysis, Routledge. His study findings have been published in well-written technical articles that are extensively referenced all around the world. Additionally, he is the owner of two provisional patents from the USPTO. He has earned six master’s degrees and five doctorates.
Dr. Srinivasan teaches courses for both undergraduate and graduate students, such as International Sustainability, Building Energy Modeling, and Fundamentals, Principles, and Applications of Sustainability.