Dr. Vijay Kanawade is an atmospheric scientist who did his Masters's in Physics (Fergusson College, Pune, 2002) and Atmospheric Physics (Department of Atmospheric and Space Sciences, Savitribai Phule Pune University, 2004). Dr. Kanawade obtained his Ph.D. on "satellite remote sensing of carbon monoxide in the lowermost troposphere" from the University of Leicester, UK in 2010, following postdoctoratal research from Kent State University, Ohio, USA (2010-2012), Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (2012-2014) and Lund University, Sweden (2015). He has extensive experience in aerosol microphysics (atmospheric new particle formation and growth), aerosol-cloud-climate interactions, satellite remote sensing of trace gases, and air pollution. He has published first- or corresponding-author publications in reputed and high-impact journals like Nature Communications, Nature Geoscience, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Scientific Reports, etc. Out of 57 articles, Dr. Kanawade has published 41 articles in Journals with an impact factor greater than 5.0. He is presently working as a UGC-Assistant Professor in the Centre for Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, School of Physics at the University of Hyderabad.
Aninda Bhattacharya's paper on "opposite trends in heat waves and cold waves over India" is accepted for publication in the Journal of Earth System Science (JESS).
Abin Thomas moved to the University of Helsinki, Finland as a Postdoctoral Researcher in July 2022.
Article on comprehensive analyses of at least one year of asynchronous measurements of particle number size distributions and new particle formation in six different locations in India is accepted for publication in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2022, LINK