Hari Srinivas

Hari Srinivas

Trained as an architect and urban planner, Prof. Hari Srinivas is currently Coordinator of GDRC in Kobe, Japan.

Before taking up his current post, he was Programme Officer for 10 years at the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and Programme Associate for eight years at the United Nations University (UNU) in Tokyo. He also served as a faculty member at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, Dept. of Social Engineering, and eight other universities in Japan and overseas.

In 2015, he was appointed as Distinguished Adjunct Professor of the Asian Institute of Technology, serving under the Office of the President of AIT.

Besides global and urban environmental issues, his research interests range from information management and rural development issues to community innovativeness, disaster management and NGO development.

B.Arch '87
Ph.D. '97
Bachelors of Artchitecture (1987), Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal, India
Urban Development and Management (1991) Asian Institute of Technology in Bangkok Thailand
Doctor of Philisophy (Social Engineering), Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan

My sketches
Kofukuji, Nara
SugimotoDeira, Kamakura
A temple in Kamakura
Wakamiya Jinja
Mitsumine Jinja
Shimoda-Yahata Jinja
A temple in Kamakura
Pagoda, Mt. Takao