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    Junior Research Fellow

    Meteorology Facility

    Range Operations

    Sathish Dhawan Space Centre

    SDSC SHAR ISRO

    Sriharikota, India

     

    Academics:

    M.sc with 79.30% in the year 2012 from Dept. of Meteorology & Oceanography, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh India.

    B.Sc (Maths, Physics and Computer science) from Andhra University in the year 2010.

     

    Present Position:

    SRF - Responsible for Short & Medium Range Weather forecasts and Nowcast for PSLV & GSLV launch operations over SHAR region.

    Daily Execute the Weather Research Forecast (WRFARW) model for short range forecast over SHAR region as well as south peninsular India.

    Weather forecasting for SHAR & Neighborhood region by using different Numerical models like ECMWF, UK MET models, and its validation with observational data  (GPS).

    Real time Prediction of Thunderstorms and Mesoscale convective complexes (MCC) over Sriharikota and its neighboring  places by using different Mesoscale models.

     Characteristics of different jet streams and its influence over SHAR and South peninsular India.

    Severe weather watch during critical launch operations by using Real time Doppler Weather Radar,  Electric Field Mill, 100m&50m Tower data and passive microwave radiometer observations.

    Previous Professional Experience:

    Experience in the Medium & short range cyclone genesis and track forecasts in Bay of Bengal, more than 10 cyclones since 2007 including recent cyclones- PHAILIN, LEHER, HELEN, MADI, MAHASEN, NELAM, THANE and HUDHUD.

    Participation in Conferences / Workshops:

    National conference on “Basics of Radar and Satellite Meteorology and applications in Nowcasting (BRASMAN-2012)” 10th -21st Dec 2012, Air Force Administrative college Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India.

    DST Sponsored SERB School on “Weather and Climate in Tropics “3rd June - 26th June 2013.At Center for Atmospheric Sciences IIT Delhi secured very good grade in overall performance.

    International Tropical meteorology symposium   on “Monsoons –Observations, Prediction and Sustainability” (MOPS) during Feb 21-24th 2014 at SRM University, Chennai.

    Series of National Training workshop on “Climate Modeling: Simulations and Analysis” founded by DST sponsored at Center for Atmospheric Sciences, IIT Delhi. During 2013, 2014 and 2015.

    Research Publications:

    Numerical Simulation of a Tropical cyclone with An Axisymmetric model using a real time thermodynamic sounding by A. Sravani, G. Papa Rao, N. Nanaji Rao, Roshmitha Panda and S.S.V.S. Ramakrishna in the (Journal of Applied Hydrology) JAH Vol. XXVII – No.1-4, Jan. – Dec. 2014.

    Numerical Simulation of tropical cyclones over Bay of Bengal by using the WRF-ARW model, S.S.V.S. Ramakrishna, A.Sarvani, N. Nanaji Rao, Roshmitha Panda G. Papa Rao, and P.Srinivasrao submited.

    Prediction of severe thunderstorms over Sriharikota Island by using the WRF-ARW operational model  Papa Rao G., Rajasekhar M., Pushpa Saroja R., Sreeshna T., Rajeevan M., S. S. V. S. Ramakrishna Proc. SPIE  9882, Remote Sensing and Modeling of the Atmosphere, Oceans, and Interactions VI, 988214 (May 12, 2016);   doi: 10.1117/12.2225068.

    Teaching experience:

    Experience in teaching of Physical Meteorology, General oceanography, Dynamical meteorology and Climate modeling to M.Sc Meteorology & Physical Oceanography students in Dept of Meteorology & Oceanography, Andhra University, and Visakhapatnam.

    Computer Familiarity:

    Languages: FORTRAN, Matlab

    Knowledge on Shell Scripting, MS Office, Grads, Orgin, etc

    Operating Systems: LINUX and Windows

    Personal Details

    Date of Birth                                       :  23- 10 - 1987

    Gender                                               :  Male

    Marital status                                      :  Un Married

    Languages Known                              :  Telugu, and English

    Nationality                                          :  Indian

     

    Reference : 1

    Dr. Rajasekhar Meka

    Scientist/Engineer -SE

    Meteorology Facility

    Range Operations

    Sathish Dhawan Space Centre

    SDSC SHAR, ISRO

    Sriharikota, India

    E – mail: rajasekharmeka(at)gmail.com & rajasekhar.meka(at)shar.gov.in

     

    Reference : 2

    Prof. S.S.V.S Ramakrishna

    Professor & Chairman Board of studies

    Department of Meteorology & Oceanography

    Andhra University, Visakhapatnam,India.

    E-mail : ssvs_rk(at)yahoo.co.in

     


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