DR. RAMESH Honnasiddaiah

Brief Introduction

Name: DR. RAMESH Honnasiddaiah
Highest qualification and awarding university PhD from National Institute of Technology Karnataka, India
Designation Associate Professor
Employer National Institute of Technology Karnataka
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ramesh.hgowda@gmail.com; hramesh@nitk.ac.in 
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Key areas of interest Water resources engineering, hydrological modelling, hydro and tidal energy, remote sensing and GIS, Conjunctive use of surface and groundwater( Both quality and quantity)
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Dr. Ramesh, graduated in Civil Engineering from Bangalore University, M.Tech in Hydraulics from Viswaswaraya Technological University and PhD from National Institute of Technology Karnataka (NITK), Surathkal, India. He worked in Wind Farm Company and World Bank funded project for about two years. Presently, He is working as Associate professor in the Department of Applied Mechanics and Hydraulics, NITK. He was a visiting Assistant Professor for Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok. He has published more than 30 research papers in peer reviewed international journals such as ASCE, Elsevier, Taylor and Francis, IEEE etc. More than 30 papers were presented in national / international conferences held at various locations. He is a recipient of National Doctoral Fellowship, Govt. of India and Global Water Partnership fellowship.  

Research Project

  1. MoW-INCCC: Impact of climate change on water resources in river basins from Tadri to Kanyakumari. Rs. 70 Lakhs (7.0 Million) (Ongoing, Co-PI). With IIT Bombay, CWRDM.
  2. SERB-DST funded project “Conjunctive use of surface water and groundwater management: Anew framework for strategic decision making”. Cost: Rs. 30.20 Lakhs- (3.02 Million) Ongoing.
  3. IMPRINT-2, DST-MHRD: Impounding of River flood waters along Dakshina Kannada Coast: A sustainable strategy for water resource development. Rs. 111.00 Lakhs (11.10 Million) (PI, Ongoing).
  4. NCESS-MoES funded ‘Submarine Groundwater Discharge from Nethravathi river to Sitha river, Karnataka Coast’, Cost Rs. 10.16 lakhs (1.016 Million) (PI, Ongoing).

Key Publications/Reports

  1. Divya Anand,  S.Shrihari,  H. Ramesh. 2020. Predictive simulation of leachate transport in a coastal lateritic aquifer when remediated with reactive barrier of nano iron. Groundwater for Sustainable Development. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gsd.2020.100382
  2. Venkatesh K, Ramesh H. 2020. Modelling stream flow and soil erosion response considering varied land practices in a cascading river basin. Journal of Environmental Management. 264, 110448 (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.110448 ).
  3. Nitya R. Govind and Ramesh H., (2019). The impact of spatio-temporal patterns of land use land cover and land surface temperature on an urban cool island: A case study of Bengaluru”. Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Assessment
  4. C. A. Rishikeshan and H. Ramesh (2018). An automated mathematical morphology driven algorithm for water body extraction from remotely sensed images. ISPRS Journal Photogrammetry and Remote sensing, Elsevier, (IF: 5.994).
  5. Ramesh Adep, Amba Shetty, Ramesh H, 2017. EXhype: A tool for mineral classification using hyperspectral data. ISPR J. of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 124, 106–118 (IF- 5.994).
  6. Ganasri, B.P., Ramesh, H., 2015. Assessment of soil erosion by RUSLE model using remote sensing and GIS – A case study of Nethravathi Basin, Geoscience Frontiers, 7, 953-961;http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gsf.2015.10.007;  (Elsevier).