Phone: +1 (574) 217-4061
About me:
I am currently working as a Reseach Assistant Professor at the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences and the Environmental Change Initiative at the University of Notre Dame.

My research interests lie in atmospheric sciences and land/ocean-atmosphere interactions at a range of spatial scales (regional to local) that are relevant to the management of human and natural systems. My aim is to create a new generation of high-resolution climate models capable of resolving relatively small-scale processes and impacts in a sufficiently physically based way that they can be used for future climate predictions with increased confidence. I perform targeted dynamical downscaling experiments with the overarching goal of creating "bridges" between global, regional and micro-scale modeling.
Research Interests:
Regional climate modeling: Land/ocean/lake-atmosphere interactions, lake breeze, UHI effect, land data assimilation, hydrometeorological extremes

Microscale modeling: Climate modeling at hyper-local scales (~m scales)

Climate adaptation and mitigation: Interactions between urban ecology and urban heat island in a changing climate, green and cool roofs, energy consumption and savings with best practices

Air quality modeling: meteorology and atmospheric chemistry feedbacks
209, Innovation Park at Notre Dame (IPND) // asharma7@nd.edu // +1 (574) 217-4061
Postal: 1400 East Angela Boulevard, Unit 117, South Bend, Indiana 46617. map
(C) Ashish Sharma, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556






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