10. Suryachandra A. Rao; B N Goswami; A K Sahai; E N Rajagopal; P. Mukhopadhyay; M Rajeevan; S Nayak; LS Rathore; SSC Shenoi; KJ Ramesh; Ravi S Nanjundiah; M Ravichandran; AK Mitra; D. S. Pai; SKR Bhowmik; Anupam Hazra; S Mahapatra; S K Saha; H S Chaudhari; S Joseph; Pentakota Sreenivas; Samir Pokhrel; Prasanth A Pillai; Rajib Chattopadhay; Medha Deshpande; RPM Krishna; Renu Siddharth; V S Prasad; Abhilash S; S Panickal; Krishnan R; S Kumar; DA Ramu; S S Reddy; Anika Arora; T Goswami; Archana Rai; Ankur Srivastava; Maheswar Pradhan; S Tirkey; M Ganai; Raju Mandal; Avijit Dey; S Sarkar; Shilpa Malviya; Ashish Dhakate; Kiran Salunke; Parvinder Maini Monsoon Mission : A targeted activity to improve monsoon prediction across scales BAMS 2019 https://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/abs/10.1175/BAMS-D-17-0330.1
9. P Mukhopadhyay, V S Prasad, R Phani Murali Krishna, Medha Deshpande, Malay Ganai, Snehlata Tirkey, Sahadat Sarkar, Tanmoy Goswami, C J Johny, Kumar Roy, M Mahakur, V R Durai and M Rajeevan, ‘Performance of a very high-resolution global forecast system model (GFS T1534) at 12.5 km over the Indian region during the 2016–2017 monsoon seasons, J. Earth Syst. Sci. (2019) Indian Academy of Sciences https://doi.org/10.1007/s12040-019-1186-6
8. Ashok Kumar, Ch. Sridevi, Durai VR, Singh KK, Prasad VS, Mukhopadhyay P, Krishna RPM, Deshpande M, Chattopadhyay N. Block level weather forecast using T-1534 model output and biasfree temperature forecast by decaying weighted mean procedure during summer monsoon season in India. Climate Change, 2018, 4(14), 202-223
7. Dhrubajyoti Samanta, Saji N. Hameed, Dachao Jin, Vishnu Thilakan, Malay Ganai, Suryachandra A. Rao, Medha Deshpande: Impact of a narrow coastal Bay of Bengal sea surface temperature front on an Indian summer monsoon simulation, Scientific Reports 2018 DOI:10.1038/s41598-018-35735-3
6. Piyush Garg, Medha S. Deshpande, Rohini Bhawar. Understanding Large Scale Characteristics corresponding to Heavy Rainfall Events over Indian Subcontinent, Vayumandal, 41, 2015
5. Goswami B.B., Deshpande M.S., Mukhopadhyay P., Saha Subodh K., Rao Suryachandra A., Murthugudde R., Goswami B.N.: Simulation of monsoon intraseasonal variability in NCEP CFSv2 and its role on systematic bias, Clim. Dyn., 43, November 2014, DOI:10.1007/s00382-014-2089-5, 2725-2745
4. Fadnavis S., Deshpande M., Ghude S.D., Raj P.E. Simulation of severe thunder storm event: a case study over Pune, India Natural Hazards, June 2014, 72, 927-943 DOI:10.1007/s11069-014-1047-1,
3. Deepa R., Gnanaseelan C., Deshpande M., Salvekar P.S: Model study on understanding the influence of Arabian Sea mini warm pool on monsoon onset vortex formation. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 169, September 2012, DOI 10.1007/s00024-011-0406-z, 1693-1706]
2. Medha Deshpande, Pattnaik S. and Salvekar P.S.: Impact of cloud parameterization on the numerical simulation of a super cyclone. Annales Geophysicae, 30, May 2012, DOI:10.5194/angeo-30-775-2012, 775-795.
1. Medha Deshpande, S. Pattnaik and P. S. Salvekar: Impact of physical parameterization schemes on numerical simulation of super cyclone Gonu, Natural Hazards 55, 211-231, 2010. [DOI 10.1007/s11069-010-9521-x].
1. P. Mukhopadhyay, A. K. Jaswal, and Medha Deshpande, A report on the ‘Observed climate variability and change over the Indian sub-continent’, Chapter: ‘Moisture Content’ published In a book ‘Observed climate variability and change over Indian Region’ by ESSO, Ministry of Earth Sciences2016.
Research Reports Conference Proceedings/volumes etc.
5. P. Mukhopadhyay, V.S. Prasad, R. Phani Murali Krishna, Medha Deshpande, Malay Ganai, Snehlata Tirkey, Sahadat Sarkar, Tanmoy Goswami, C.J. Johny, Kumar Roy, M. Mahakur, V.R. Durai andM. Rajeevan, ‘Performance of Very High Resolution Global Forecast System Model (GFS T1534) at 12.5km over Indian Region during 2016-2017 Monsoon Seasons’, ISSN 0252-1075 Contribution from IITM Research Report No. RR-146ESSO/IITM/MM/SR/02(2019)/197
4. Phani Murali Krishna R., S Abhik, Bidyut B. Goswam, Malay Ganai, M. Mahakur, Medha Deshpande, Renu Siddhartha, P. Mukhopadhyay, Marat Khairoutdinonv, Jimy Dudhia and B. N. Goswami, IITM research report ‘Improvement of cloud and convective Parameterizations in Climate Forecast System Version 2 (CFSv2): Indian Summer Monsoon perspective’ ISSN 0252-1075 Contribution from IITM Research Report No. RR-135 ESSO/IITM/SERP/SR/01(2016)/186
2. Piyush Garg, Medha S. Deshpande, Radhika Kanase, Simulation of Large Scale Characteristics corresponding to Heavy Rainfall Events over Indian Subcontinent, Abstract published in WMO 3rd International Monsoon heavy rainfall workshop's abstract volume.
1. Medha Deshpande, Mata Mahakur, Shilpa Malviya, Snehlata Tirkey and P. Mukhopadhyay, The evolution of the 2015 summer monsoon, Chapter 1: Synoptic Features of Southwest Monsoon 2015. IITM report on Monsoon 2015.
Papers Published in Proceedings:
7. Medha Deshpande and P. S. Salvekar 2012: The numerical simulation of the genesis of a cyclonic vortex leading to monsoon onset’ in the proceedings of the international Conference on Opportunities and Challenges in Monsoon Prediction in a Changing Climate (OCHAMP-2012) held at IITM Pune (21-25 February, 2012)
6. Medha Deshpande and P. S. Salvekar: 2012 Numerical simulations of tropical
cyclones in the Bay of Bengal’ in the proceedings of Second WMO International conference on Indian Ocean Tropical Cyclones and Climate Change (IOTCCC-2012) held at IMD Delhi (14-17 February 2012)
5. Medha Deshpande, P. S. Salvekar, 2011: The numerical simulation of the genesis and intensification of the severe cyclonic storm in the North Indian Ocean. Paper accepted for publication in Proceeding of 6th European Conference on Severe Storms (ECSS-2011) October 2011, held at Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain.
4. Medha Deshpande and P. S. Salvekar 2011: Numerical simulation experiments of the devastating Orissa super cyclone 1999, publication in an ISBN volume of the proceeding of Disaster, Risk and Vulnerability Conf. (DRVC 2011).
3. Medha Deshpande, 2010: Application of Mesoscale Model to Simulate and Understand the Physics and Dynamics of Tropical Cyclones, Ph.D. Thesis, Pune University.
2. Medha Deshpande and P. S. Salvekar, 2007: Cloud scale simulation and verification of Orissa super cyclone-1999 in the North Indian Ocean. Paper published in the Proceeding of 4th European Conference on Severe Storms (ECSS-2007) September 2007, held at Trieste – ITALY.
1. Medha Deshpande and P. S. Salvekar, 2006: Impact of domain size on the numerical simulation of Bay of Bengal tropical cyclone. Paper published in the Proceeding of International Conference (IMPA), Feb 14 – 17, 2006, held at CAS, I. I. T. Delhi.
Ph. D. Students
Title of the thesis
Mr. Vineet Kumar Singh (Co Guide)
Understanding the tracks and ocean-atmosphere coupling of tropical cyclones in the north Indian Ocean in a changing climate
IITM Pune and SP Pune University and
Mr. Emmanuel Rongmie (Guide)
Investigation of Physical Processes Leading to the Genesis of Tropical Cyclones over the North Indian Ocean