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     Date Submitted:23-02-2011
     Last Modified:27-02-2011 (05:01)
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     Current job:Project Scientist C
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsOcean modeling, handling satellite data
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    Personal Information:

     

    Birth date                     - 03 August, 1983

    Gender                         - Male

    Marital status                - Married

    Nationality                    - Indian

     

    Research/Professional Experience:

    1. December 2005 - July 2006 as Scietific Assistant trainee

    Institute of Plasma Research

    Bhat, Gandhinagar – 382 428,

    Indian.

     

    Duty of work:  I had worked on Neutral Beam Injection (NBI) project. In this project, they have used thermocouple for converting heat energy into the electric signal. My work is to calibration of the thermocouple.

     

    2.         July 2006 – Jun 2010 as Research Scholar

     

    Indian Space Research Organization,

    Space Applications Centre(SAC),

    Jodhpur tekra, Ambawadi Vistar,

    Ahmedabad-380015.

     

    Duty of Work:

     

    1. Familiarization with Ocean General Circulation Model (Modular Ocean Model 3.0)
    2. Simulations of ocean model using various re-analysis data (NCEP, ECMWF), and satellite data (QSCAT wind, SSMI precipiation, TMI precipitation).
    3. Derived satellite-based ocean heat content in the Tropical Indian Ocean.

     

    3.      June 4, 2010 – till as Project Scientist – C

     

    National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting (NCMRWF)

    Ministry of Earth Sciences(MoES),

    A-50, Institutional Area, Phase-2,

    Sector-62, NOIDA, UP, Pin- 201 307

               

    Duty of Work:

     

    1. Familiarization of NCMRWF model output
    2. Prepared Merged Satellite Rain Gauge (MSRG) product using the TRMM 3B42 and IMD raingauge data
    3.  Installing and running the Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean (NEMO) ocean model

    Educational Background:

     

    2005:               M. Sc.  Pysics with 70.2%

                              FromSchool of Science, Ahmedabad, Gujarat University.

     

    2003:               B. Sc. Physics with 69.6%

                              From J & J college of science, Nadiad, Gujarat University

     

    2001                 Diploma in Information Technology

                             From DDIC Computer centre, Nadiad, Gujarat.

     

    2000:               HSC Exam with 58.5%

                              From Gujarat Higher Secondary Education Board (GHSEB), Gujarat.

     

    1998:                SSC Exam with 69.4% marks

                             From Gujarat Secondary Education Board (GSEB), Gujarat.

     


     

    Skills:

     

    Platforms used:

    DOS

    Windows

    Unix

    Linux

     

    Systems:

    SGI, IBM

     

    Computer Languages:

    Fortran-77/90,C

     

    Softwares:

    Grads

    MS Office

    Grapher

    Ferret

    Ncview

     

    Journal Publications:

     

    Imran M. Momin, Neeraj Agarwal, Rashmi Sharma, Sujit Basu and Vijay K. Agarwal, 2010, Impact of Satellite-Derived Precipitation on Simulated Sea Surface Salinity in the Tropical Indian Ocean. IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, 7(4), 650-654.

     

    Imran M. Momin, Rashmi Sharma, and Sujit Basu, 2010, Satellite-derived heat content in the Tropical Indian Ocean, accepted in International Journal of Remote Sensing.

     

    Imran M. Momin, Neeraj Agarwal, Rashmi Sharma, Sujit Basu, Abhijit Sarkar and Vijay K, 2010, Simulated Heat Content Variability in the upper layers of the Tropical Indian Ocean, accepted in Marine Geodesy.

     

    Rashmi Sharma, Neeraj Agarwal, Imran M. Momin, and Vijay K. Agarwal, 2010, Mixed Layer Depth and its Variability in the Eastern Equatorial Indian Ocean as Revealed by Observations and Model Simulations, Marine Geodesy, Volume 33, 154 – 163.

     

    Rashmi Sharma, Neeraj Agarwal,  Imran M. Momin, Sujit Basu and Vijay K Agarwal, 2010, Simulated Sea Surface Salinity Variability in the Tropical Indian Ocean, Journal of climate

     

    Conference Papers:

     

    Imran M. Momin, Rashmi Sharma, Sujit Basu, and V.K. Agarwal, 2009. Satellite based estimation of heat content in the Tropical Indian Ocean. Indo-Russian Workshop on Regional Climate Change, 8-9 October, Cochin

     

    Manisha P. Santoki, K. N. Joshipura, Imran M. Momin, Rashmi Sharma and Abhijit Sarkar, 2010. On the Utility of Satellite Altimetry in Deriving Ocean Thermal Parameters.  16thNational Space Science Symposium (NSSS-2010) February 24-27.

     

     

    Certificates and Awards:

     

    (1) Standing second in F. Y. B. Sc with Group A (Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry)

    Awarded by “Sri Prof. B. D. Patel” prize.

    Session:  2001 – 2002.

    Issue dated 10 Oct 2002.

     

    (2) Standing second in S. Y. B. Sc. Physics as Principle subject

    Awarded by “Late Smt. Vijyalaxmi R. Desai” Smruti prize

    Session: 2002 – 2003

    Issue date: 4 Feb 2003

     

    (3) Standing first in T. Y. B. Sc physics.

    Awarded by

    “Shri Santram Samadhisthan” Krupa Medal,

    “Shri Late Rambhai Haribhai Desai” Smruti prize,

    “Shri Prof. V. M. Oza” Gold plated Medal,

    “Shri Late Ramanbhai Govindbhai Desai” Smruti prize,

    “Late Manilal Hemchandra Shah” Smruti prize,

    “Shri Prof. N. C. Marwadi” prize,

    “Shri Prof. S. A. Bhatt” prize,

    “Shri Late Narendrabhai J. Desai” Smruti prize,

    “Shri Late M. P. Bhatt” Smruti prize,

    “Shri Late Naginbhai Desaibhai Patel” Smruti prize,

    Session:  2003 - 2004

    Issue dated 10 Feb 2004

     

    (4) Certificate for clearing the National Graduate Physics Examination (NGPE) in 2003.

     

    (5) Standing first in M. Sc. Physics

    Awarded by

    Gold plated Medal,

    Session:  2005 - 2006

     

     

    References:

    (1)        Dr. Rashmi Sharma

                Scientist-SF,

     

    Address:

    Space Applications Centre (SAC),

    Ahmedabad-380015,

    India

    Email – rahmi(at)sac.gov.in

     

    (2)        Dr. A. K. Mitra,

    Scientist–E,

     

    Address:

    National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting (NCMRWF),

    Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES),

    A50, Institutional Area,

    Noida, Sector-62,

    UP-201 307.

    Email – ashis.mitra(at)nic.in

     

    (3)        Dr. Satyamurthy,

    Scientist-E,

     

    Address:

    Space Applications Centre (SAC),

    Ahmedabad-380015,

    India

    Email- sathya_2000(at)hotmail.com


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