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NEW INTER-DISCIPLINARY RESEARCH PROGRAM ON CLIMATE CHANGE

Prof. S. K. Satheesh, Chairman, Divecha Centre for Climate change initiated a new interdisciplinary program on climate change at the Indian Institute of Science. In this program faculty from different departments/centres guide a doctoral student in the area of climate change. In this first year, the following six students have joined this program.

Mr. Shravanth, has worked in Divecha Centre for Climate Change for the past 5 years. He will pursue his doctoral thesis in mobility through electric vehicles in India under the supervision of Prof. Balachandra, Department of Management Studies and Prof. Dasappa, Centre for Sustainable Technology.

Mr. Siddarth Arora will pursue his doctoral thesis on the changes in cryosphere using isotope techniques under the guidance of Prof. Anil Kulkarni, DCCC, Prof. S. K. Satheesh, DCCC and Prof. Prosenjit Ghosh, Centre for Earth Sciences

Ms. Anasuya Gangopadhyay has worked in Divecha Centre for Climate Change for two years. She will pursue her doctoral work on the challenges in integrating variable renewable power into the India power grid under the supervision of Prof. Ashwin Seshadri, CAOS and Prof. Balachandra, Department of Management Studies

Mr. G. T. Dilip Naidu will pursue his doctoral thesis in the area of dynamics of the interaction between vegetation and climate under the guidance of Prof. Ashwin Seshadri, CAOS and Prof. Sumanta Bagchi, Centre for Ecological Sciences.

Mr. S. Pradeep has worked for two years at Divecha Centre for Climate Change. He will pursue his doctoral thesis in climate change impact on glaciers and water availability in the Himalayas under the guidance of Prof. S. K. Satheesh, DCCC, Prof. A. Kulkarni, DCCC and Prof. V. V. Srinivas, Department of Civil Engineering.

Ms. R. Girija will pursue her doctoral thesis in area of risk assessment of waste water under the guidance of Prof. Balachandra, Department of Management Studies and Prof. Chanakya Hoysala, Centre for Ecological Sciences.

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