Aditya Sharma is a Consultant in the Clean Air team at the Council, where he works on developing clean air action plans for cities, fostering capacity, Air Quality Assessments for Non-Attainment Cities, knowing best practices for air pollution mitigation, and developing policies and bylaws.
Earlier he collaborated as a Research Assistant at IIT-Bombay and IIT-Kanpur in India, where he drove a project referred to as "Pilot Study for Assessment of Reducing Particulate Air Pollution in Urban Areas by using Medium Scale Air Cleaning System (MSACS)" that deals with the performance evaluation and calculation of the cleaning efficiency of MSACS commonly known as zonal air cleaners or Smog Tower, CEPI, source apportionment studies, gridded emission inventories, understanding the emissions impacts of Large-Scale Vehicle Electrification in India, Assessment of Air Pollution Source in TTZ and its impact on Taj Mahal, Agra Airshed are some of the projects that have been completed.
The key highlights of his research journey have been Air quality monitoring and modeling using deterministic, statistical, and artificial neural network techniques, development of air quality management and implementation systems, source emission inventory, outdoor-indoor air pollution relationships, urban air quality, Aerosol-Physio Chemical Characteristics and radiative forcing linkages and development of air pollution control technologies.
He has a strong hold on scenarios involving transdisciplinary operations. He is a Post-Graduate Diploma in Environment and Sustainable Development and M.S. in Environmental Sciences from Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Uttar Pradesh. He has furnished the vast knowledge from numerous disciplines into the requirements of projects related to environmental sectors.
- Reinhold Niebuhr