Aditya Balamuralikrishna works with the Engineering team as an Engineering Analyst. He supports LEED projects by assessing indoor environmental quality and preparing energy models with his team. He also assists with Energy Star walk-throughs and site visits.
Aditya graduated from Georgia Tech in May 2016 with a BS in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Economics. He plans on taking his LEED Green Associate and Fundamentals of Engineering exams by the end of the year.
Aditya was a member of the Grand Challenges Living Learning Community at Georgia Tech for two years, where he worked with colleagues on creating an adaptable prosthetic leg to bridge the gap between the need for constantly refitting prosthetic limbs in rural areas and the unavailability of prosthetists in these areas. He was also a Suspension Engineer on the Georgia Tech motorsports team where he designed, built, tested and installed Carbon Fiber and Aluminum components for a formula-style racecar. For his senior design project, Aditya and his team built a prototype of a regenerative pneumatic hybrid powertrain to be retrofitted into auto-rickshaws in India in order to alleviate levels of urban air pollution and lower operating costs for owners by cutting usage of the gasoline engine by 60%.
Cricket, playing the guitar and singing, watching documentaries, learning languages and keeping up with multiple fantasy leagues in multiple sports (unsuccessfully).
Aditya was the Vice-captain of the U16 Bahrain National Cricket Team and a member of the U13 and U11 teams, and has travelled around Asia to play in semi-professional cricket tournaments.