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Dr S R V Prasad Bhuvanagiri

  • Ph.D
  • Assistant Professor
  • VIT University Centre for Bio Separation Technology
  • 5PublicationsNumber of items in Dr S R V Prasad's My Publications folder on Mendeley.

Recent publications

  • Dynamics of additional food provided predator–prey system with mutually interfering predators

    • B.S.R.V. Prasad M
  • Role of Quantity of Additional Food to Predators as a Control in Predator–Prey Systems with Relevance to Pest Management and Biological Conservation

    • P.D.N. Srinivasu
    • B.S.R.V. Prasad

Professional experience

Assistant Professor


June 2012 - Present

UGC-DSK PostDoctoral Fellow in Ecological Modelling Laboratory, Dept. of Zoology

Visva-Bharati (Central University)

November 2011 - May 2012(6 months)

Senior Research Fellow, Dept. of Mathematics

Andhra University

September 2008 - November 2011(3 years)

Research Scholar, Dept. of Mathmatics

Andhra University

January 2006 - September 2008(3 years)


Andhra Loyola College

June 2002 - January 2006(4 years)


M.Sc., Mathematics

P.G. Center for P.B.Siddhartha College

June 1999 - April 2001(2 years)


I am a Mathematician working in the field of Mathematical Biology and Mathematical Ecology. At present, I am an Assistant Professor at Fluid Dynamics Division, School of Advanced Sciences, VIT University, Vellore, India. Prior to this, I was a Postdoc in the Ecological Modelling group of Prof. Santanu Ray at Department of Zoology, Visva-Bharati University, Shantiniketan for a short period of six months; I obtained my Doctorate Degree in Mathematics from Andhra University under the supervision of Prof. P.D.N. Srinivasu on Mathematical Biology. My research interests include Theoretical Biological Control, Mathematical Bio-economics and Bio-geochemical modelling of lagoon ecosystems. My research in Theoretical Biological Control involves developing mathematical models to study the predator-pest interactions and study the controllability aspects with applications to biological control. My research on Bio-geochemical modelling of lagoon ecosystem focuses on developing mathematical models to study the bio-geochemical events that are responsible for the changes occurring in the oxygen, nitrogen and carbon cycles of Lake ecosystems with special reference to Chilka Lake, India.