2016 Integrated MA in Development Studies, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology-Madras, Chennai
States: Tamil Nadu, Karnataka
Cities: Chennai, Bangalore
Languages: English, Tamil
Charrlotte’s research interests broadly lie in the fields of development economics and urban sociology. She has recently worked on an empirical study of Bangalore city that explored the intersections between access, well-being and food security across different income classes. Her Master’s thesis evaluated the impact of heavy trunk infrastructure and SEZs on the expansion of the peri-urban region of Sriperumbudur in Tamil Nadu.
At IIHS, she provides quantitative data analysis support for research and practice through the Urban Informatics Laboratory and assists in teaching quantitative skill labs for the Urban Fellowship Programme. Prior to IIHS, she worked in research projects with the Center for Sustainability at Hochschule Bremen and the Indo-German Center for Sustainability on environmental and peri-urban land governance, respectively.
Charrlotte has an integrated Master’s degree in Development Studies from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. She has completed an exchange semester module on Politics and Sustainability from Hochschule Bremen, Germany.