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Dr.Charu Singh

Dr Singh Charu Phone : 0135 - 2524183
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Email : charu[At]iirs[dot]gov[dot]in
Designation : Scientist/Engineer - SE
Department : Marine and Atmospheric Sciences Department
Field of Expertise : Atmospheric Physics and Dynamics, Satellite Meteorology
Mail Address : Marine and Atmospheric Science Department, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, ISRO, Govt. of India, 4, Kalidas Road, Dehradun- 248001, India.
  • South-Asian monsoon system, behavior of annual cycle, intraseasonal oscillations, climatological studies.
  • Numerical Weather Prediction, Regional and Climate modelling
  • Impact of aerosols on weather and climate
  • Rainfall Retrieval from remotely sensed data.
  • India Meteorological Society (life member)
  • Indian Society of Remote Sensing (life member)
  • PhD – IIT Delhi
  • MSc (Engg.) by research - IISc Bangalore
  • MSc (Physics) - IIT Roorkee
  • Feb 2008 to till date - Scientist, ISRO
  • CGPA 10/10 in PhD course work.
  • Research work discussed in "THE HINDU" newspaper (30th Oct, 2014, "Why Western Ghats in Karnataka receive more monsoon rainfall?")
  • Selected for UKIERI Fellowship (United Kingdom and India Education Research Initiative) 2008 for doing PhD in UK.
  • Work done during M.Sc. Engg from IISc recognized in "THE HINDU" newspaper (28th July, 2008, "What is happening to the Monsoon?")
  • Received CSIR fellowship for JRF for research program at IISc.
  • Indian Academy of Science Fellowship in 2003.
  • National scholarship from 1997 to 2002.
  • UP State level Scholarship 1995 to 1997.
  • Reviewer of Journal of Climate
  • Reviewer of JGR-Atmospheres
  • Reviewer of International Journal of Climatology
  • Reviewer of Atmopsheric Environment
  • Reviewer of Journal of Mountain Science
  • Reviewer of Theoretical and Applied Climatology
  • Reviewer of International Journal of Remote Sensing
  • Reviewer of Natural Hazards
  • Reviewer of Environmental Science & Technology Letters
  • Reviewer of Journal of Indian Society of Remote Sensing
  • Reviewer of VAYU MANDAL
  • Navale, A. and Charu Singh, 2020. Topographic sensitivity of WRF-simulated rainfall patterns over the North West Himalayan region. Atmospheric Research. Volume 242, 105003. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosres.2020.105003. (Impact Factor – 4.114).
  • Kundu, S.K. and Charu Singh, 2020. Rainfall pattern over the North-West Himalayan region: historical time period vs. future warming scenarios. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 2020.https://doi.org/10.1007/s00704-020-03210-7. (5 -Impact Factor -3.027)
  • Charu Singh, D. Ganguly and P. Sharma, 2019. Impact of West Asia, Tibetan Plateau and local dust emissions on intra-seasonal oscillations of the South Asian monsoon rainfall. Climate Dynamics (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-019-04944-5. (Impact Factor – 4.048).
  • Charu Singh, D. Ganguly, P. Sharma and S. Mishra, 2019. Climate response of the south Asian monsoon system to West Asia, Tibetan Plateau and local dust emissions. Climate Dynamics (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-019-4925-8. (Impact Factor – 4.048).
  • Navale, A., Charu Singh, S. Budakoti and S. K. Singh, 2019. Evaluation of season long rainfall simulated by WRF over the NWH region: KF vs. MSKF. Atmospheric Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosres.2019.104682. (Impact Factor – 4.114).
  • Yadav, A. C., Charu Singh, 2019 Association of ENSO and IOD with Summer Monsoon Rainfall Variability over Central India. Journal of Aerospace Engineering & Technology. 2019; 9(2): 24–29p.
  • Budakoti, S. Charu Singh, P.K. Pal, 2019. Assessment of various cumulus parameterization schemes for the simulation of very heavy rainfall event based on optimal ensemble approach. Atmospheric Research, 218 (2019), 195–206. (Impact factor – 3.817)
  • Singh Charu,Dilip Ganguly and S. K. Dash, 2018. On the dust load and rainfall relationship in South Asia: an analysis from CMIP5. Climate Dynamics, 50, pp. 403-422. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-017-3617-x. (Impact Factor – 4.7 (2015))
  • Singh Charu,,D. Ganguly, and S. K. Dash, 2017. Dust load and rainfall characteristics and their relationship over the South Asian monsoon region under various warming scenarios. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 122, doi:10.1002/ 2017JD027451. (Impact Factor – 3.454)
  • Singh Charuand Panini Dasgupta, 2017. Unraveling the spatio-temporal structure of the atmospheric and oceanic intra-seasonal oscillations during the contrasting monsoon seasons. Atmospheric Research. 192 (2017) 48–57p. (Impact Factor – 3.778).
  • Singh, Randhir, Charu Singh, S. P. Ojha, A. Senthil Kumar, and A. S. Kiran Kumar, 2017, Development of an improved Aerosol Product over the Indian Subcontinent: Blending Model, Satellite and Ground-based Estimates. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 121, doi:10.1002/2016JD025335. (Impact Factor – 3.454).
  • Singh Charuand Garima Chauhan, 2017. Some Aspects of the Vagaries in the Pattern of Meteorological Parameters in the State of Rajasthan in Association with the LULC Change. Journal of Remote Sensing & GIS. 2017; 8(1): 53–65p.
  • Singh Charu, Litty Thomas, and K. Kishore Kumar, 2017. Impact of aerosols and cloud parameters on Indian summer monsoon rain at intraseasonal scale: a diagnostic study. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 127.1-2, 381-392. (Impact Factor – 2.64)
  • Singh, Randhir, Charu Singh, Satya P. Ojha, A. Senthil Kumar, C. M. Kishtawal, and A. S. Kiran Kumar, 2016. Land surface temperature from INSAT‐3D imager data: Retrieval and assimilation in NWP model. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 121, no. 12, 6909-6926. (Impact Factor – 3.454)
  • Bharti, V., Singh Charu, Ettema, J., & Turkington, T. A. R., 2016. Spatiotemporal characteristics of extreme rainfall events over the Northwest Himalaya using satellite data. International Journal of Climatology, 36(12), 3949-3962. (Impact Factor – 3.76)
  • Bharti, Vidhi, and Charu Singh, 2015. Evaluation of error in TRMM 3B42V7 precipitation estimates over the Himalayan region. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 120.24, 12458-12473. (Impact Factor – 3.454)
  • Tawde, Sayli A., and Charu Singh, 2015. Investigation of orographic features influencing spatial distribution of rainfall over the Western Ghats of India using satellite data. International Journal of Climatology, 35.9, 2280-2293. (Impact Factor – 3.609).
  • Bharti, V. and Singh Charu, 2015. Influence of Elevation on Spatial and Diurnal Patterns of Orographic Rainfall: A Case Study of Uttarakhand. Journal of Basic and Applied Engineering Research Print ISSN: 2350-0077; Online ISSN: 2350-0255; Volume 2, Number 3; January-March, 2015, pp. 202-205.
  • Singh, Charu, 2013a. Changing pattern of the Indian summer monsoon rainfall: an objective analysis. Climate Dynamics, 41, no. 1, 195-203. (Impact Factor – 4.619)
  • Singh Charu, 2013b. Characteristics of monsoon breaks and intraseasonal oscillations over central India during the last half century. Atmospheric Research, 128, pp.120-128. (Impact Factor – 2.421)
  • Nivedita Sanwlani, Charu Singh & Prakash Chauhan (2012): Post-launch calibration of the INSAT-3A-CCD geostationary satellite sensor, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 33:16, 4871-4885. (Impact Factor – 1.138)
  • Charu Singh, Bharti V. (2019). Rainfall Characteristics over the Northwest Himalayan Region. In: Navalgund R., Kumar A., Nandy S. (eds) Remote Sensing of Northwest Himalayan Ecosystems (Chapter -8). Springer, Singapore
  • Charu Singh, Dilip Ganguly, S. K. Dash, 2018. Investigation of the relationship between natural aerosols and Indian summer monsoon rainfall using a climate model,Climate Change Impacts (Chapter -11), Water Sci. Technol. Library, Springer, Vol -82, Springer , Singapore, ISBN-978-981-10-5713-7
  • Charu Singh, Dilip Ganguly, Puneet Sharma, Shiwansha Mishra, 2018. Response of Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall to Dust Aerosols of West Asian Origin at Climatological Scale. Conference proceedings of Indian Aerosol Science and Technology Association, 2018. Aerosol Impacts: Human Health to Climate Change, 26-28 November 2018, IIT Delhi, New Delhi, India. PP. 871-875
  • Charu Singh, Sanjeev Kumar Singh, Sachin Budakoti, Randhir Singh, 2018. Analysis of A Dust Storm Origiated Over West Asia Using NWP Model. Conference proceedings of Indian Aerosol Science and Technology Association, 2018. Aerosol Impacts: Human Health to Climate Change, 26-28 November 2018, IIT Delhi, New Delhi, India. PP. 892-898.
  • Animesh Choudhury, Sachin Budakoti, Charu Singh, 2018. Simulation of An Extreme Dust Episode Using WRF-Chem. Conference proceedings of Indian Aerosol Science and Technology Association, 2018. Aerosol Impacts: Human Health to Climate Change, 26-28 November 2018, IIT Delhi, New Delhi, India. PP. 885-891
  • Ashish Navale, Sachin Budakoti, Charu Singh and Sanjeev Kumar Singh, 2018. Simulation of precipitation associated with Western Disturbance over North Western Himalaya using WRF. TROPMET -2018, National Symposium on Understanding Weather and Climate Variability: Research for Society, 24 to 27 October, 2018, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh (Abstract ID – 186).
  • Sudip Kundu, Charu Singh, 2018. Rainfall pattern inferred from CORDEX-SA domain models for future warming scenarios over Northwest Himalayan region. TROPMET -2018, National Symposium on Understanding Weather and Climate Variability: Research for Society, 24 to 27 October, 2018, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh (Abstract ID – 100).
  • Charu Singh, Dilip Ganguly and S. K. Dash, 2017. On the co-variability of dust and rain in South Asian monsoon region. UPCAR-2017. Tirupati, India, June 26-28, 2017.
  • Sudip Kumar Kundu, Charu Singh, 2017. Spatio-temporal distribution of Rainfall for future warming scenarios over North West Himalayan region by using global coupled model MIROC5. International Seminar on the Himalayan challenge: Towards interdisciplinary Dialogues for Sustainability and Development. Dehradun, India, Nov 29-Dec 1, 2017.
  • Sudip Kumar Kundu, Charu Singh, 2018. Spatial distribution of rainfall inferred from regional climate models for future warming scenarios over NWH region. IGU-2018. Guwahati, India, Feb 8-10, 2018
  • Sudip Kumar Kundu, Charu Singh, 2018. A comparative study of regional climate models and global coupled models over Uttarakhand. ICASMA-2018. Mumbai, India, Feb 22-23, 2018
  • Sudip Kumar Kundu, Charu Singh, 2018. Computation of flood and drought years over the North-west Himalayan region using IMD rainfall data. IGGG-2018. Mumbai, India, Feb 22-23, 2018
  • Sudip Kumar Kundu, Charu Singh, 2018. Computation of flood-drought year by using IMD monthly rainfall data over Gangetic plain. RMC-2018. Pune, India, Feb 23-24, 2018
  • Sudip Kumar Kundu, Charu Singh, 2018. Assessment of CORDEX-SA domain model simulated rainfall pattern based on satellite derived estimates over the north-west Himalayan region. Seminar on Advances in Remote Sensing & GIS Applications. Shillong, India (submitted, to be held May 10 - 11, 2018)
  • Sudip Kumar Kundu, Charu Singh, 2018. Computation of flood and drought years over the Himalayan region using IMD rainfall data. ICGGS-2018. Bangkok, Thailand, (submitted, to be held Jul 19-20, 2018)
  • Sachin Budakoti, Charu Singh, & P.K. Pal 2018. Potential of WRF model to simulate the cloudburst event over Pithoragarh district of Uttrakhand – a case study. RMC-2018. Pune, India, Feb 23-24, 2018
  • Sachin Budakoti, Charu Singh, & P.K. Pal 2018. To access the potential of WRF model to simulate the cloudburst event occurred over Kanar taluk of Uttrakhand state. IEEE young professionals conference on remote sensing. Aachen, Germany, 7-8 June 2018 (submitted)
  • Sachin Budakoti, Charu Singh, & P.K. Pal 2018. Investigate the impact of assimilation of observations in simulating an extreme rainfall event. SPIE: Asia-Pacific Remote Sensing-2018. Honolulu, Hawaii, United States, Sep 24-27, 2018 (submitted)
  • Sachin Budakoti, Charu Singh, S.K. Singh, Randhir Singh, & P.K. Pal 2018. To investigate the impact of dust storm over rise in the pollution level of Delhi using WRF-Chem. Seminar on Advances in Remote Sensing & GIS applications, North Eastern space application center, Dept. of space, gov. of India, May 10-11, 2018 (submitted)
  • Sudip Kumar Kundu, Charu Singh, 2018. Assessment of precipitation pattern using TRMM_3B42 satellite data with compared to climate modelled data over north-west Himalayan region. SPIE: Asia-Pacific Remote Sensing-2018. Honolulu, Hawaii, United States, (submitted, to be held Sep 24-27, 2018)
  • Vidhi Bharti and Charu Singh. Applications of satellite data in exploring the intricacies of rainfall and topography over the Himalayan region (ACRS-2017)..
  • Vidhi Bharti and Charu Singh. Extreme rainfall events over Uttarakhand in the past century (INTROMET-2017).
  • Sachin Budakoti, Charu Singh and P. K. Pal. Applications of INSAT-3D derived parameters in detection of extreme rainfall events (INTROMET-2017).
  • Adrija Roy and Charu Singh. Analysis of Cloud Parameters during Rainfall Extreme Conditions (ACRS-2017).
  • Adrija Roy and Charu Singh. Analysis of Rainfall and Temperature trend, and Meteorological Indices to Detect Flood events in Kashmir (INTROMET-2017).
  • Rajeev Ranjan and Charu Singh. Trend Analysis of Rainfall and Discharge in Brahmani and Baitarani River Basin (ACRS-2017).
  • Rajeev Ranjan and Charu Singh. Detection of Drought and Flood like Conditions Using Standard Precipitation Index in Brahmani and Baitarani River Basin (INTROMET-2017).
  • Pragya Mehrishi and Charu Singh. Understanding the Characteristics of Heat Waves over North-Western Indian Region (INTROMET-2017).
  • Pragya Mehrishi and Charu Singh. Analysis of Extreme Temperature Events over Central Indian Region using satellite data ACRS-2017).
  • Charu Singh, Dilip Ganguly and S. K. Dash, 2016. Analysis of dust load and rainfall relationship under different warming scenarios. TROPMET-2016. Bhubaneshwar, Odhisa. Dec 18-21, 2016.
  • Charu Singh, Dilip Ganguly and S. K. Dash, 2016. Interlink of aerosols with the active and break rain spells of the Uttarakhand region. ISRS National Symposium, IIRS Dehradun, Dec 7-9, 2016.
  • Charu Singh, D. Ganguly and S. K. Dash, 2016. Load of dust and rainfall simulated by climate models constrained by different forcings. IASTA BULLETIN Vol. 22 Issue 1 & 2. ISSN 09714510, pp. 309-313.
  • Charu Singh, Dilip Ganguly and S. K. Dash, 2016. Relationship of dust with central Indian rainfall: A study based on climate coupled model CESM 1. ICTP-IITM Advanced School on "Earth System Modelling & Workshop on Climate Change and Regional Impacts over South Asia, Pune, India, July 18‐29, 2016.
  • Charu Singh, Dilip Ganguly and S. K. Dash, 2016. Aerosols and contrasting monsoon conditions over the Himalayan region. Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere, Clouds, and Precipitation VI, Proc. of SPIE Vol. 9876, doi: 10.1117/12.222352.
  • Panini Dasgupta, Charu Singh, 2016. Different seasonal SST pattern and associated cloud cover over Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal revealed from satellite data. Spie-Asia Pacific Remote Sensing, Conference 9876: Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere, Clouds, and Precipitation VI. April 4-7, 2016. 9882-49 http://spie.org/documents/conferencesexhibitions/AE16-Abstracts-lr.pdf.
  • Sudeshna Purakait, Charu Singh, 2016.Study of satellite-based cloud properties over Jammu and Kashmir region with special emphasis on the Leh Cloudburst event of 2010, SPIE-ASIA PACIFIC REMOTE SENSING, Conference 9876: Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere, Clouds, and Precipitation VI. April 4-7, 2016. 9876-88 http://spie.org/documents/conferencesexhibitions/AE16-Abstracts-lr.pdf .
  • Vidhi Bharti, Charu Singh, 2016.Extreme rainfall events of short duration over Jammu and Kashmi, SPIE-ASIA PACIFIC REMOTE SENSING, Conference 9876: Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere, Clouds, and Precipitation VI. April 4-7, 2016. 9876-111 http://spie.org/documents/conferencesexhibitions/AE16-Abstracts-lr.pdf .
  • Charu Singh, Dilip Ganguly and S.K. Dash, 2016. Changes in the amount of dust under different warming scenarios. Bulletin of the India Meteorological Society of India, Pune Chapter (IMSP), Annual Monsoon Workshop and Symposium on Understanding and forecasting the monsoon extremes, Feb 23-24, 2016. Pune India. .Page No. – 64.
  • Vidhi Bharti and Charu Singh, 2016. Systematic analysis of extreme rainfall indices using ground-based data over the Himalayan region during Indian summer monsoon. Feb 23-24, 2016. Annual Monsoon Workshop-2015 and National Symposium on Understanding and Forecasting the Monsoon Extremes, IITM, Pune (February 23-24, 2016).
  • Sudeshna Purakait and Charu Singh, 2016. Study of vertical structure of cloud water and precipitation water during summer monsoon season over the mountainous regions of India. Annual Monsoon Workshop-2015 and National Symposium on Understanding and Forecasting the Monsoon Extremes, IITM, Pune (February 23-24,2016).
  • Abhisek Das and Charu Singh, 2016. Analysis of the atmospheric parameters of GPM (Global Precipitation Measurements) over the north India during monsoon..Annual Monsoon Workshop-2015 and National Symposium on Understanding and Forecasting the Monsoon Extremes, IITM, Pune (February 23-24,2016).
  • Sudeshna Purakait, Charu Singh, 2016. Utilization of remotely sensed data in studying long term variation of cloud properties over Uttarakhand region with special importance on the Kedarnath Cloudburst event of 2013. National Space Science Symposium. Vikram Saravai Saravbhi Space Centre, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala (February 8-11, 2016).
  • Bharti, V. and Charu Singh, 2015. Characteristics of Rainfall Extremes over the State Of Himachal Pradesh. WMO 3rd International Monsoon Heavy Rainfall Workshop, New Delhi, September 2015. Published in the abstract volume, pp-47 .
  • Charu Singh, Panini Dasgupta, Vidhi Bharti and Abhisek Das, 2015. Spatial structure of the intraseasonal oscillations of SST and OLR during Indian summer monsoon season over the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal. International Symposium on Indian Ocean, Nov. 30-Dec4, 2015. NIO, Goa, India.
  • Purakait, S. and Charu Singh, 2015. Study of cloud properties during Kedarnath cloudburst using remote sensing data. National Conference on Geomatics. Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer, Rajasthan (October 8-9, 2015).
  • Purakait, S. and Charu Singh, 2015. Analysis of cloud properties during an extreme event using remotely sensed observations. 2nd International Conference on Innovative Reseach in “Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Civil, Computer Science and Information Technology.”Krishi Sanskriti. Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi-110067 (August 22-23, 2015).
  • Bharti V and Charu Singh, 2015. Characteristics of the spatiotemporal pattern of Extreme Rainfall event over the state of Uttarakhand, India. 9th International Conference on Urban Climate jointly with 12th Symposium on the Urban Environment. Toulouse, France. (July 20-24, 2015). Paper ID: 394. pp. 1-6. https://www.conftool.com/icuc9/index.php?page=browseSessions&form_session=104#paperID394.
  • Charu Singh, Dilip Ganguly and S. K. Dash, 2015. Interlink of Dust with the Indian summer Monsoon Rainfall: Some Modeling Aspects. International workshop on Assessing the Impact of Aerosols & Changing Climate on Monsoon & Extreme Events-2015. Ansals University, Gurgaon. Abstract Booklet. Pg. No: 91. January 12-14, 2015.
  • Charu Singh, Dilip Ganguly and S. K. Dash, 2014. Association of dust with Indian summer monsoon rainfall: a comparative analysis of CMIP5 models. IASTA BULLETIN Vol. 21 Issue 1 & 2. ISSN 09714510, pp. 321-323.
  • Purakait, S. and Charu Singh, 2015. On the cloud microphysical properties during cloud burst event near LEH. National Climate Science Conference. Divecha Centre for Climate Change, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore (July 2-3, 2015).
  • Bharti V and Charu Singh, 2015. Spatiotemporal variation of extreme rainfall events over Himachal Pradesh. VII. Atmospheric Science Symposium proceedings. Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey. April 28-30, 2015. http://www.atmosfer.itu.edu.tr/sempozyum/program/ . Vol. 1. pp-72-78.
  • Bharti V and Charu Singh, 2015. Extreme rainfall study over mountainous region: A comparative analysis. International workshop on Assessing the Impact of Aerosols and Changing Climate on Monsoon and Extreme Events. Ansal University, Gurgaon, India. Abstract Booklet. Pg. No: 73. January 12-14, 2015.
  • Bharti Vidhi, Charu Singh and Turkington T A R, 2015. On the spatial distribution of the extreme rainfall events in the state of Uttarakhand, India. TROPMET 2015 National symposium on weather and climate extremes. (Feb 15-18, 2015). http://www.tropmet2015.org/mausam/tropmet2015/images/Pre%20Proceedings.pdf.
  • Abhisek Das and Charu Singh, 2015. Observation of heavy precipitation by TRMM and GPM(GMI) satellite during flood in J&K in 2014. TROPMET 2015 National symposium on weather and climate extremes. (Feb 15-18, 2015). http://www.tropmet2015.org/mausam/tropmet2015/images/Pre%20Proceedings.pdf.
  • Panini Dasgupta and Charu Singh, 2015. Characteristics of the Intra-seasonal Oscillationsover the ArabianSea and Bay of Bengal during contrasting monsoon seasons. TROPMET 2015 National symposium on weather and climate extremes. (Feb 15-18, 2015). http://www.tropmet2015.org/mausam/tropmet2015/images/Pre%20Proceedings.pdf.
  • Bharti Vidhi and Charu Singh, 2015. Variability in Monsoon Rainfall Patterns over Himachal Pradesh: A Remote Sensing Approach. Annual workshop on Monsoon-2014 and National Symposium on Vagaries of Monsoon. (March 2-3, 2015).
  • Bharti Vidhi, Charu Singh, Damen M C J and Turkington T A R, 2014. Some Aspects of Spatial Distribution of Rainfall Over Uttarakhand Using Satellite Data. ISPRS TC VIII International Symposium on Operational Remote Sensing Applications: Opportunities, Progress and Challenges. December 2014. No.468/ISRS Proceedings 2014/ISPRSTCVIII Mid-Symposium, Hyderabad, India, pp. 1-5. http://www.isrsindia.in/final_list_isrs.htm
  • Abhisek Das and Charu Singh, 2014. Analysis of the atmospheric parameters during recent floods in Jammu and Kashmir using satellite data: A case study. ISPRS TC VIII International Symposium on Operational Remote Sensing Applications: Opportunities, Progress and Challenges. December 2014. No.403/ISRS Proceedings 2014/ISPRSTCVIII Mid-Symposium, Hyderabad, India, pp. 1-6. http://www.isrsindia.in/final_list_isrs.htm.
  • Panini Dasgupta and Charu Singh, 2014. On the Active and Break Phases of the Indian Summer Monsoon using Satellite Data. ISPRS TC VIII International Symposium on Operational Remote Sensing Applications: Opportunities, Progress and Challenges. December 2014. No.469/ISRS Proceedings 2014/ISPRSTCVIII Mid-Symposium, Hyderabad, India, pp. 1-4. http://www.isrsindia.in/final_list_isrs.htm.
  • Litty Thomas and Charu Singh, 2014. Association of aerosol loading with the active and break spells of 2009 Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall. INTROMET -2014, SRM University, Chennai.
  • Charu Singh, Potential of KALPANA Data Product to Investigate an Extreme Rainfall Event. Presented in the Workshop on Meteorological Satellite Kalpana: A Decade of Service to the Nation, October 9, 2012
  • Charu Singh and V. Venugopal, Changing Pattern of the Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall, Presented in Opportunities and challenges in monsoon prediction in a changing climate (OCHMAP-2012: International conference), Feb 21-25, 2012.
  • Charu Singh, North –West Propagating Rain Bands Captured from IMSRA Rain Product during an Extreme Event. Oral presentation in national conference on “Meteorology with special emphasis on mountains", Nov 20-22, 2012.
  • Sayli Tawde and Charu Singh, Orographical Aspects of Rainfall over Western Ghats. Oral presentation in national conference on “Meteorology with special emphasis on mountains", Nov 20-22, 2012.
  • Sayli Tawde and Charu Singh, Decadal Variation in Extreme Precipitation over Western Ghats. Presented in National Symposium on “Space Technology for Food & Environmental Security”, Dec 5-7, 2012.
  • Charu Singh, V. Venugopal, D. Sengupta and B. N. Goswami, On the changing nature of Indian monsoon rainfall annual cycle, Celebrating the Monsoon – 2007 (International Conference “CELMON-2007”), IISc Bangalore, July 24 to 27, 2007.
  • Charu Singh, 2016. Diagnostic Study of Indian Summer Monsoon Season using Satellite Data. IIRS/MASD/TDP/2016/164
  • Randhir Singh, Charu Singh, Shuchita Srivastava, Yesobu Yaragunta and A. Senthil Kumar, 2015. Analysis and Forecasting of the Dust Storm Originated from the Arabian Region. IIRS/Sci.Note/MASD/RS/2015/137
  • Charu Singh and R. M. Gairola, Regional Rainfall Retrieval Algorithm from AMSR-E Brightness Temperature Measurements, SAC/EPSA/AOSG/M-T/SR-59/2011
  • Charu Singh, Satya Prakash, Mahesh C., R. M. Gairola, Regional and Global Rainfall Retrieval from AMSR-E Brightness Temperature Measurements, SAC/EPSA/AOSG/M-T/SR-50/2010
  • Charu Singh, Anjali Garg, and B. Kartikeyan, Radiometric Quality Analysis of ERS-1/2 data, SAC/SIPA/IAQD/TN- 21/JUL 09
  • Anjali Garg, Yogdeep Desai, Charu Singh and B. Kartikeyan, Scatterometer Laboratory Recorded Calibration data analysis, SAC/SIPA/IAQD/SCAT/TN-17/Mar 09
  • Yogdeep Desai,Charu Singh and B. Kartikeyan, Cross Calibration of LANDSAT-7 ETM+/LANDSAT-5 TM with Resourcesat -1 AWIFS sensor: Comparison of Methodologies, SAC/SIPA/IAQD/CAL VAL/TN-16/Mar 09

Training, Workshops and conferences attended

  • ISRO Induction Training Program (IITP-17; Feb to June 2008)
  • Participated in the First User’s Meet on INSAT-3D Data Utilization for Science and Applications at Space Applications Centre, on 28th October 2010.
  • Participated in a workshop on Satellite Meteorology: 50 Year Journey, organized by India Meteorological Society, Ahmedabad (29th October 2010).
  • Participated in the Workshop on Meteorological Satellite Kalpana: A Decade of Service to the Nation, on October 9, 2012 at Space Applications Centre, Ahmedabad.
  • Participated in the International Conference on Opportunities And Challenges in Monsoon Prediction in a Changing Climate (OCHMAP-2012), Feb 21-25, 2012 at IITM Pune.
  • Participated in TERI - BCCR Climate Research School – II, “Beyond Regional Climate Modelling - Best Practices and New Insights', 1-5 October 2012, TERI University, New Delhi
  • Participate in TROPMET National symposium on “Meteorology with special emphasis on mountains", Nov 20-22, 2012.
  • Participated in Summer School on Data Assimilation jointly conducted by University of Reading UK and IIRS Dehradun, Dec 17-21, 2012.
  • Participated in TROPMET-2006 in IITM Pune,