Dr. Krithika Narayanaswamy received her PhD from Stanford University in 2013. She worked as a Post Doctoral Research Fellow at Cornell University until mid 2015 before joining IIT Madras.
Her research interest centers on development of chemical kinetic schemes to describe the oxidation of real fuels using mechanism reduction methods. She is interested in predicting global combustion characteristics of conventional and alternative fuels and interpreting these observations based on insights gained from molecular level kinetic descriptions.
Krithika Narayanaswamy, Heinz Pitsch, Perrine Pepiot, “A chemical mechanism for the low to high temperature oxidation of methylcyclohexane”, Combustion and Flame, 2015
Krithika Narayanaswamy, Perrine Pepiot, Heinz Pitsch “A chemical mechanism for the low to high temperature oxidation of n-dodecane”, Combustion and Flame, 2014
Krithika Narayanaswamy, Guillaume Blanquart, Heinz Pitsch, “A consistent chemical mechanism for the oxidation of substituted aromatics”, Combustion and Flame, 2010