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Dr. Kuvar Satya Singh

Qualification : Ph.D.

Details of Educational Qualification:

Course Specialization Group College Name/University Year of Passing
Ph.D. Numerical Modeling Mathematics Indian institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, INDIA 2016
M.Sc. Mathematics M.Sc Banaras Hindu University, INDIA 2003
B.Sc. Mathematics and Physics B.Sc. Purvanchal University, INDIA 2001

Note : Students are advised to meet me in Room No : SB-220 at any time other than my class hours mentioned in the below timetable for any discussions related to the subjects & research.

My Schedule for 2019-20

                                     

Research Projects

S.No Name of the Principal Investigator Department Sanctioned Letter Number with date Project Title Duration of the Project Total Sanctioned Amount Status of the Projects
1 Dr. Kuvar Satya Singh Mathematics File No. ECR/2018/001185; dated 01/03/2019 Prediction of extreme severe cyclonic storms over North Indian Ocean using high resolution numerical modelling system for disaster preparedness 3 years Rs.19,07,000/- Ongoing

My Publications

S.No Title of the Paper Full Details of Journal Name / Conference Name, Volume number, page number, Date
1 Assessing the performance evaluation of different convective parameterization schemes in simulating the intensity of severe cyclonic storms over the Bay of Bengal region. Meteorological Applications, 2019, DOI: 10.1002/met.1787
2 Impact of radiance data assimilation on the prediction performance of cyclonic storm Sidr using WRF-3DVAR modeling system. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 2019, 131 (1), 11-28
3 Impact of data assimilation and air-sea interaction parameterization schemes for prediction of Bay of Bengal cyclone Phailin. Meteorological Applications, 2019, 26(1), 36-48
4 Prediction of heavy rainfall over Chennai Metropolitan City, Tamil Nadu, India: Impact of microphysical parameterization schemes. Atmospheric Research, 2018, 202(4), 219-234.
5 Impact of lateral boundary and initial conditions in prediction of Bay of Bengal cyclones using WRF model and its 3D-Var data assimilation system. Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 2018, 175(10), 64–75.
6 Impact of PBL and convection parameterization schemes for prediction of severe land-falling Bay of Bengal cyclones using WRF-ARW model Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 2017, 166(12), 10-24.
7 Performance of WRF-ARW model in real-time prediction of Bay of Bengal cyclone ‘Phailin’. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 2016, 173(5), 1783-1801.
8 Impact of Initial Condition on Prediction of Bay of Bengal Cyclone'Viyaru'-A Case Study. International Journal of Computer Applications, 2014, 94, 10, 18-24.
9 Real time forecast of land-falling Bay of Bengal cyclones during 2013 using high resolution ARW model. Meteorological Applications (Accepted)
  • Singh K. S. and M. Mandal (2014) Sensitivity of Mesoscale Simulation of Aila Cyclone to the Parameterization of Physical Processes Using WRF Model, Monitoring and Prediction of Tropical Cyclones in the Indian Ocean and Climate Change, Springer Netherlands, pp 300-308, DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-7720-0_26, ISBN 978-94-007-7719-4.
  • Singh K. S. and M. Mandal (2014) Impact of initial and boundary conditions on mesoscale prediction of Bay of Bengal cyclones using WRF model, High Impact Weather Events over the SAARC Region, Springer Netherlands, pp 177-187, ISBN 978-93-81891-12-4. Technical Skills
  • Singh K. S. and M. Mandal (2014) Impact of conventional and non-conventional observations on mesoscale prediction of Bay of Bengal cyclone Mahasen, book proceedings of Meteorology, Agro-meteorology and Extreme Events, ISBN: 978-960-524-430-9 Vol 3 pp144-148.
  • A sensitivity study on medium range forecast of extreme severe cyclonic storm HUDHUD using WRF model, International workshop on climate change and extreme events in the Himalayan region, at IIT mandi, Himanchal Pradesh on 18-20 April 2019
  • Impact of data assimilation and different background fields for prediction of tropical cyclones over Bay of Bengal region using WRF and 3DVAR system, CCIVA 2019 Conference at IIT Kharagpur on 26 Feb to 02 March 2019.
  • “Impact of Planetary Boundary Layer and Cumulus parameterization schemes on mesoscale simulation of Bay of Bengal cyclones using WRF model”, 13th CAS-TWAS-WMO Forum, International Symposium on Extreme Weather and Climate: Past, Present, Future, 8-11 September 2014, Beijing China.
  • “Impact of initial and boundary conditions on mesoscale prediction of Bay of Bengal cyclones”, On high impact weather events and their predictions over the SAARC region, New Delhi 2-4 December 2013.
  • “Sensitivity of numerical simulation of Aila cyclone to cumulus convection and planetary boundary layer parameterization schemes using WRF Model”, 2nd WMO International conference on IOTCCC, New Delhi 14-17 February 2012.
  • “Impact of cloud microphysics on mesoscale simulation of tropical cyclone AILA”, 2nd WMO International conference on IOTCCC, New Delhi 14-17 February, 2012. (Presented by K. S. Singh).
  • “Sensitivity of mesoscale simulation of cyclone AILA to the parameterization of cumulus convection”, UGC Sponsored National Seminar at Department of Physics, Panskura Banamali College, 22-23 December, 2011.
  • Participated 15th India Innovation Summit 2019 was organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) on 21-22 August 2019 at Hotel Taj West End, Bengaluru.
  • Invited talk at NIT Rourkela on 3rd December 2018 on data assimilation and its importance on prediction of tropical cyclones.
  • Talk as resource person at MITS on 25-26 May18 in two days national workshop with title Recent Advances in Fluid Dynamics & Applications in Science and Technology (RAFDAST).
  • Attended ‘Indo-US advanced workshop and colloquium on modeling and data assimilation for tropical cyclone predictions’ at Indian Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar during 9-15 July, 2012.
  • Attended a national workshop cum training on ‘Data Assimilation for Atmosphere and Oceans Models’ at Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM) Pune during 03-10 October, 2012.
  • Attended a Training programme on ‘Observations and Data Analysis for STORM’ at IIT Kharagpur during 13-19 April, 2011.
  • Attend a National workshop on ‘Regional Ocean Modeling and Prediction: A challenge to the scientists’ at IIT, Kharagpur during 7-10 December, 2010.
  • Attended a Training program on ‘Basic concept on micrometeorology, land surface processes, its observational techniques and analysis’ at BIT, Mesra Ranchi during 10-20 February, 2009.