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Dr. Rajesh Singh

Dr. Rajesh Singh
Professor E
KSKGRL, Prayagraj
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Academic Record: 
  • B.Sc(PCE) from Mahatma Gandhi Memorial UG College (Autonomous), 1992;
  • M.Sc. (Physics), UdayPratap PG College (Autonomous),1994;
  • Ph. D. (Physics), Banaras Hindu University,Varanasi, 2000.
Research Area: 
  • Far- and Near-Earth Remote Sensing of coupled Atmosphere-Ionosphere dynamics due to the forcing from below and above with Very Low Frequency (VLF) waves.
  • Lightning discharges characterization and its effect on Atmosphere-Ionosphere system.
  • Transient Luminous Events(TLEs)- The electric discharges from lightning discharge in the Upper atmosphere to the edge of ionosphere.
  • Radio waves application to Natural Hazards, Climate and Space Weather.
Professional Appointments: 
  • Visited STAR Lab, Stanford University, USA as IUSSTF Research Fellow during 2010-2011
  • Visited RISH, Kyoto University, Japan under joint Indo-Japan project, sponsored by DST, N. Delhi in 2013.
  • Visited DTU Space, Denmark on an visitor program in TEA-IS program, sponsored by ESF in 2015.
  • Visited IPER, Moscow, Russia under joint Indo-Russian DST-RFBR project in 2015.
Scientific Honours: 
  • Awarded Indo-US Science & Technology Forum (IUSSTF) Research Fellow - 2010.
  • Main Scientific Convener of scientific sessions at AOGS-2010 and39th COSPAR Scientific Assembly 2012.
  • Joint Organizer of Indo-US workshop at Goa, India sponsored by IUSSTF, SCOSTEP, ISWI in 2011.
  • Co-Editor of book 'Solar Terrestrial Environment: Space Weather', R.P. Singh, Rajesh Singh, A. K. Singh (Ed.) Allied Publishers, New Delhi, 2003.
  • Reviewer for Scientific Reports- Nature, Journal of Geophysical Research, Geophysical Research Letters, Advances in Space Research, Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, ActaGeophysica, Journal of Earth System Science, Indian Journal of Radio and Space Physics, Indian Journal of Physics, Current Science.