Scientist Profile

Dr. H. S. Chaudhari

Designation
: Scientist E

Phone
: +91-(0)20-25904374

Fax
: +91-(0)20-25865142

Email ID
: hemantkumar[at]tropmet[dot]res[dot]in

Climate Modelling
Degree University Year Stream
Ph.D. Pukyong National University, S. Korea 2006 Atmospheric Sciences
M.Tech. Pune University 2001 Atmospheric Physics
M.Sc. Pune University 1999 Physics
B.Sc. Pune University 1997 Physics

 Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Dynamics

 Asian monsoon and climate variability

 Coupled Climate modeling with special focus on Asian monsoon

 Weather prediction with spherical geodesic grids

 Computational Aspects of Climate Models

Award Name Awarded By Awarded For Year
IMS Young Scientist Award Indian Meteorological Society Best paper published on Tropical Meteorology 2013
25th Silver Jubilee award of IITM Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune Best paper published in the year 2012
Best Poster Award (OCHAMP) IITM Golden Jubilee International Conference OCHAMP Best poster presentation 2012
Post Doctoral Fellowship Pukyong National University, South Korea Conducting Research 2006-2007
KMA Fellowship Korean Meteorological Agency (KMA) Conducting Research 2005
KOSEF Fellowship Award Korean Science and Engineering Foundation Conducting Research 2003-2006
Year Designation Institute
2016-Present Scientist E Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune
2012-2015 Scientist D Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune
2007-2011 Scientist C Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune
2006-2007 Post Doctoral Researcher & Lecturer Pukyong National University, Busan, South Korea
2003-2006 Ph. D. Fellowship Pukyong National University, Busan, South Korea
2003-2003 Researcher Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune
2001-2003 Researcher University of Pune, Pune

Research Highlight


Influence of upper ocean on Indian summer monsoon rainfall: studies by observation and NCEP climate forecast system(CFSv2)

The excess and deficit ISMR clearly brings out the distinct signatures in sea surface height (SSH) anomaly, thermocline and mixed layer depth over north Indian Ocean. The differences are basically generated by upwelling and downwelling caused by  the equatorial and coastal Kelvin and Rossby waves, thereby causing difference in SSHA and thermocline, and subsequently modifies the convection centers, which dictates precipitation over the Indian subcontinent region The presence of positive heat content anomalies over the BoB are favorable for the formation of low-pressure systems/monsoon depressions by enhanced convection . As a result, India gets widespread rainfall during flood years.

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