Dr. Pankaj Kumar is a Meteorologist and has obtained his Ph. D. degree from IITM, Pune in 2007 under supervision of Dr. Rupa Kumar Koli and Dr. M.Rajeevan. Later, moved to Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Germany as a Research Scientist
and worked until June 2014. In July 2014, he shifted his job to GERICS, Germany and worked there until August 2015. During his Germany stay he has largely worked on the South-Asia climate focusing Indian monsoon dynamics and variability under changing climate scenario using climate models. He is the recipient of prestigious Ramanujan fellowship and MPI visiting scientist fellowship. Recently, he has been nominated as International Expert for OPACE by WMO, United Nations.
Mr. Gaurav Tiwari is attending a short course on "Atmospheric Remote Sensing for Weather and Climate" at Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS), Dehradun from Jan 2-12, 2018.
Regional Earth System Modelling workshop from 14-21 Dec, 2017
Workshop has been conducted on 'Regional Earth System Modelling' at CGMLI Lab from 14-21 December, 2017 by Dr. Dmitri Sein, Germany.
Mr. Gaurav Tiwari presented his work in INTROMET 2017
Mr. Gaurav Tiwari presented his work at International Tropical Meteorology Symposium, "INTROMET 2017", 7-10 NOVEMBER 2017, Ahmedabad, Organised by SAC, ISRO.PDF
Sir is invited for lead talk at INTROMET 2017
Sir is invited to give a lead talk at International Tropical Meteorology Symposium, "INTROMET 2017", 7-10 NOVEMBER 2017, Ahmedabad, Organised by SAC, ISRO.PDF
Organising DST-FIST Expert Committee Meeting
We are organising DST-FIST Expert Committee meeting - Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Area on 13th, 14th October, 2017 at IISER, Bhopal.
Sir has published an article in Annals of Glaciology. PDF
Sh Ashwagosha Ganju, Director, DRDO Inst., Snow & Avalanche Study Establishment (SASE), Chandigarh visited to CGMLI lab on 13th Sepetember 2017, for interaction, and delivered a talk on Geo-hazards in Himalaya and Mitigation Strategy.