- Ph.D., Physics, 1979, University of California, Berkeley, California, USA
- Master of Science, Physics, 1973, Indian Institute of Technology at Kanpur, India
- Bachelor of Science, Physics, 1971, University of Bombay, India
Airflow & Pollutant Transport in Buildings
Sreedharan, P., Sohn, M. D., Gadgil, A. J., and Nazaroff, W. W., Systems approach to evaluating sensor characteristics for real-time monitoring of high-risk indoor contaminant releases, Atmospheric Environment, 40, 3490–3502 (June 2006).
Jayaraman, B, E. U. Finlayson, M. D. Sohn, T. L. Thatcher, P. N. Price, E. E. Wood, R. G. Sextro, and A. J. Gadgil, Tracer Gas Transport Under Mixed Convection Conditions In An Experimental Atrium: Comparison Between Experiments And CFD Predictions, Atmospheric Environment, in press (June 2006).
Finlayson, E. U., A. J. Gadgil, T. L. Thatcher, and R. G. Sextro, Pollutant dispersion in a large indoor space. Part 2: Computational fluid dynamics predictions and comparison with a scale model experiment for isothermal flow. Indoor Air, 2004. 14: p. 272-283.
Sohn, M. D., R. G. Sextro, A. J. Gadgil, and J. M. Daisey, Responding to Sudden Pollutant Releases in Office Buildings: 1. Framework and Analysis Tools. Indoor Air, 2003. 13(3): p. 267-276.
Litvak*, A., A. J. Gadgil, and W. J. Fisk, Hygroscopic Fine Mode Particle Deposition on Electronic Circuits and Resulting Degradation of Circuit Performance: An Experimental Study. Indoor Air, 2000. 10(1): p. 47-56.
Drescher*, A. C., A. J. Gadgil, P. N. Price, and W. W. Nazaroff, Novel Approach for Tomographic Reconstruction of Gas Concentration Distributions in Air: Use of Smooth Basis Functions and Simulated Annealing. Atmospheric Environment, 1996. 30(6): p. 929-940.
Nazaroff, W. W., A. J. Gadgil, and C. J. Weschler, Critique of the Use of Deposition Velocity in Modeling Indoor Air Quality. Modeling of Indoor Air Quality and Exposure, ASTM Special Technical Publication (STP) 1205, 1993: p. 81-104.
Energy and Environment
Fulkerson, W., M. D. Levine, J. Sinton and A. J. Gadgil, Sustainable, efficient electricity service for one billion people, Energy for Sustainable Development, 2005, IX (2), 26-34.
Craig, P. P., A. J. Gadgil, and J. G. Koomey, What can History Teach Us? A Retrospective Examination of Long-term Energy Forecasts for the U.S. Annual Review of Energy and the Environment, 2002. 27: p. 83-118.
Gadgil, A. J., G. M. Jannuzzi, E. Silva, and M.-L. Leonardi, A Cost-Neutral Energy Strategy Incorporating Renewables and Energy Efficiency for the City of Manaus in Brazilian Amazonia. Energy Policy, 1999. 27(6): p. 357-367.
Gadgil, A. J., Drinking Water in the Developing Countries. Annual Review of Energy and the Environment, 1998. 23: p. 253-286.
Gadgil, A. J. and M. A. Sastry, Stalled on the Road to the Market: Lessons from a Project Promoting Lighting Efficiency in India. Energy Policy, 1994. 22(2): p. 151-162.
Sathaye, J and A. J. Gadgil. Aggressive cost-effective electricity conservation: Novel approaches. Energy Policy, 1992. 20(2): 163-172.
Gadgil, A. J. and G. M. Jannuzzi, Conservation Potential of Compact Fluorescent Lamps in India and Brazil. Energy Policy, 1990. 19(5): p. 449-463.
Koomey, J., A. H. Rosenfeld, and A. J. Gadgil, Conservation Screening Curves to Compare Efficiency Investments to Power Plants. Energy Policy, 1990. 18(8): p. 774-782.
American Physical Society, Fellow