Kuili works in the field of Built Heritage Conservation. She specializes in various techniques of documentation and condition assessment of historic constructions suited to Indian context. Her work career involved documentation and condition assessment of temples at various historic sites in Karnataka. She is enrolled with NIAS for the doctoral program with her research interest in understanding the relationship between built and natural environment. Academic qualifications include bachelor’s degree in Architecture from Bangalore University and advanced masters in Structural Analysis of Historic Constructions from Minho University, Portugal and Czech Technical University, Czech Republic in 2007 which was funded by European Commission's Erasmus Mundus scholarship.
Harshavardhan, Mythrayi , and Kuili Suganya. 2020. “Water Harvesting Systems of the Past- A Case Study of Badami, India”. In Proceedings of the National Seminar on Recent Advances in Geospatial Technology & Applications, Proceedings of the National Seminar on Recent Advances in Geospatial Technology & Applications, Dehradun: Indian Institute of Remote Sensing and Indian Society of Remote Sensing.
Suganya, Kuili , and Rajani MB. 2020. “Riverfront Gardens and City Walls of Mughal Agra: A Study of Their Locations, Extent and Subsequent Transformations Using Remote Sensing and GIS”. South Asian Studies . https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02666030.2020.1721119?journalCode=rsas20&.
Suganya, Kuili . 2020. “Challenges in Geospatial Documentation of Unprotected Built Heritage Sites in India”. Current Science 118(6): 877-882. https://www.currentscience.ac.in/Volumes/118/06/0877.pdf.
Suganya, Kuili , and Rajani MB. 2019. “Underground Water Supply System in the late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Bangalore”. Water History: 1-21. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12685-018-0223-8.