Associate Professional Specialist
Bhartendu Pandey is an Associate Professional Specialist at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Broadly, his research examines urban areas using multiple lenses (including land use, infrastructure, economic activity, and human mobility) to understand their equity and sustainability implications. He uses big data (satellite remote sensing, GIS, national surveys, and social media)—complemented with ground knowledge and fieldwork—to ask and answer compelling questions facing urban science. Specifically, he is interested in the inequality, human health, and sustainability implications of urban infrastructure. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Life Sciences from the University of Delhi and a Master of Science in Geoinformatics from the TERI School of Advanced Studies (then TERI University). He is en route to earning a PhD from the Yale School of the Environment.
Email: bp0244 [at] princeton.edu