Dr. Malay Pramanik
Urban Innovation and Sustainability, Department of Development and Sustainability
AREA OF EXPERTISE
SELECTED RESEARCH PROJECTS
- PhD (Climate Change and Environment Management), Jawaharlal Nehru University, India.
- M. Phil. (Climate Change and Environment Management), Jawaharlal Nehru University, India.
- M. Sc. (Geography and Environment Management), Vidyasagar university, India.
- Integrated Geospatial Solutions
- Urban Resilience and Sustainability
- Urban Environment Management
- Urban Logistics and Innovation
- Climate Change and Disaster
- Sea Level Rise and Urban Infrastructure Planning
- Urban modeling, Simulation and Innovative Solutions
- Pramanik, M., Szabo, S et al. (2021). Twin Disasters: Tracking COVID–19 and Cyclone Amphan’s Impacts on
SDGs in the Indian Sundarbans, Environment: Science Policy for Sustainable Development, 63(4).
- Pramanik, M., Szabo, S., et al. (2021). Population health risks in multi–hazard environments: Action needed in
the Cyclone Amphan and COVID–19 – hit Sundarbans region, India. Climate & Development.
- Pramanik, M. (2016). Impacts of Predicted Sea–Level Rise on Land Use/Land Cover Categories of the Adjacent
Coastal Areas of Mumbai Megacity, India. Environ Dev Sustain., 19, 1343–1366.
- Mallick, S.K., ……. Pramanik, M., et al., (2021). Understanding Future Urban Growth, Urban Resilience and
Sustainable Development of Small Cities using Prediction–Adaptation–Resilience (PAR) Approach, Sustainable
Cities and Society, 203196. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scs.2021.103196
- Project (Co–PI): Risk perception and implication on risk governance for dual disasters Cyclone Amphan
and COVID–19 in Kolkata Metropolitan Area (KMA), Rapid Response Fund, Living Deltas Hub, UKRI
GCRF, UK. (Oct 2020 – Sep 2021), GBP 6,505.
- Project (External Researcher): Climate Resilient Infrastructure for Social Transformation and Adaptation
(CRISTA), Climate Innovation Challenge, ADPC and World Bank, Thailand (Jan 2022– Dec 2022), USD