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Satish Narayanan earned his degrees in Mechanical Engineering starting with B.E. (Hons.) from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (Pilani, India), and then did his M.S and Ph.D. at University of Houston. He is a Project Leader in the Fire & Security Program Office at UTRC and leads the UTRC project portfolio in integrated buildings. Since joining UTRC in 1998, he has worked in a broad range of problems involving physics-based modeling, experimentation and control of dynamic phenomena encountered in high-speed combustion, airflow and acoustics in aerospace systems, and airflows and traffic relevant to building comfort and fire safety problems. His expertise is in nonlinear dynamical systems methods applied to model reduction and control in unsteady flow systems, having published 10 articles in archival publications, over 20 in conference proceedings and receiving 2 patents.