Project Areas, Education Activities and Teaching Experience

Sponsored projects at IISc

 

As Principal Investigator:

 

1.   Constraining tsunami cyclicity along the southeast coast of India based on near source (Andmans) and far filed (east coast of India) investigations (3 years, 2008- 2011) – Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services, Total outlay- 43 lakhs.

 

 

Sponsored projects as Principal Investigator (While at Centre for Earth Science Studies, Trivandrum)

 

Upgradation and operation of Broadband/Seismological observatories in the peninsular shield of India (May 2006-09), Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, - 13 Lakhs

 

Upgradation and operation of Broadband/Seismological observatories in the peninsular shield of India” Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, (1998-2001)- (15 Lakhs plus ~30 Lakh instruments provided by the DST)

 

Tectonic evaluation of Panvel flexure using paleoseismological techniques (2004-2007) Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India- 8 Lakhs

 

Establishment of seismological observatories in the shield region (2002-2006) Department of Science and Technology, Government of India- 11.05 Lakhs

 

Preparation of a brochure on basic information on earthquakes and research programs of the DST. Department of Science and Technology, Government of India (1998) – 3 Lakhs

 

Preparation of bi-annual newsletters on seismological programs of the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. Department of Science and Technology, Government of India (1998- 2003)- 5 Lakhs

 

Paleoseismological investigations in the Kumaun Himalaya   (1997-2002); Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. Department of Science and Technology, Government of India (1998- 2003)- 15 Lakhs

 

Microseismicity studies in various parts of Kerala (2 projects) (1995- 2000); Revenue Department, Government of Kerala- 13 Lakhs

 

Reevaluation of seismicity at Koyna 1983-1993, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, (1994-1997)- 8 Lakhs

 

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