Qualification: 
MSc, BSc
ajileshpp@am.amrita.edu

Ajilesh. P. P. currently serves as a Junior Research Fellow (JRF) at Amrita Center for Wireless Networks & Applications (Amrita WNA), Amritapuri. 

Education

DEGREE YEAR INSTITUTION SUBJECT
M. Sc. 2010 - 2012 Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT), Kerala Meteorology
B. Sc. 2006 - 2009 Kannur University, Kerala Physics

Masters Dissertation

Project Title: “Modulation of North Indian Ocean Tropical Cyclones by El Niño-Southern Oscillation” Supervisor: B. Chakrapani, Associate Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences Cochin University of Science and Technology.

Academic / Research Experience / Employment

FROM TO ORGANIZATION POSITION HELD
25/03/2013 24/03/2014 CSIR-4PI, Bangalore Project Assistant-II
05/09/2014 04/09/2016 CSIR-4PI, Bangalore Project Fellow
05/09/2016 16/11/2017 CSIR-4PI, Bangalore Project Assistant-II

Numerical Modeling Experience

  • Experience in WRF-ARW Model. Simulated high-resolution rainfall events over Indian Cities and output are analyzed.
  • Experience in using High Performance Computing with a peak computing power of 360TF (HP Cluster Platform 3000 BL460c) installed at CSIR-4PI for mesoscale modeling.

Seminars and Training Course Attended

  • Presented a paper on “Thermodynamic Processes in Heavy Rainfall Events over Urban City: Analysis using High Resolution Observation and MesoscaleModelling” in TROPMET-2016, a national symposium on tropical meteorology: climate change and coastal vulnerability, SOA university, Bhubaneswar on 18 -21 December 2016.
  • Presented a paper on “Impact of Urbanization on Rainfall and Surface Temperature Trends Over Different Indian Cities” in National Space Science Symposium – 2016, on 9-12 Feb, 2016 in VSSC, Thiruvanathapuram, Kerala.
  • Presented a poster on “Analysis of Urban Rainfall Events during Monsoon Period using High Resolution Observation and MesoscaleModelling” for the Annual Monsoon Workshop 2015 and National Symposium at IITM, Pune on 23-24 Feb, 2016.
  • Presented a poster titled “Modulation of Indian Ocean Tropical Cyclones By El-Nino Southern Oscillation” in TROPMET 2015; a National Symposium on “Weather and Climate Extremes” jointly organized by IMS &Punjab University, Chandigarh on 15-18 February 2015
  • Attended SMART training programme on "Introduction to Satellite Scatterometry with a special emphasis of ScatSat-1‟at Ahmadabad, SAC-Bhopal campus on 23-25 November 2016.

Manuscript under Preparation

  • “Analysis of Urban Rainfall Events During Monsoon Period Using High Resolution Observed Datasets and Mesoscale Modelling”

Awards / Honour Received

  • Qualified CSIR UGC National Eligibility Test (NET)
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