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     Deepak Singh Bisht

Ph.D. from Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur - Agricultural and Food Engineering Department
Supervisor(s)  Prof. Chandranath Chatterjee, Prof. Narendra Singh Raghuwanshi
Ph.D. status  Joined in 2014 :: In progress
AddressGIS Lab, Agricultural and Food Engineering Department, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Phone8101443621
Emaildsbisht@iitkgp.ac.in
Formal Education
Exam / Degree Board / UnivBranchYear
M.Tech.Indian Institute of Technology KharagpurLand and Water Resources Engineering2014
B.Tech.Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University, HyderabadAgricultural Engineering2012
12UP BoardScience2007
10UP BoardScience2005

Research Areas
  • Hydrological Modeling
  • Hydro Climatology
  • Flood Modeling
  • Urban Drainage Modeling
  • Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Resources

Skills
  • Programming Languages- Matlab, Python, R, C, HTML
  • Software- ArcGIS, ERDAS Imagine, MS Office
  • Hydrologic Models- VIC, Noah 1D LSM, EPA SWMM, HEC-HMS, MIKE-NAM
  • Operating Systems- Linux, Windows

Awards
  • Qualified ASRB National Eligibility Test- 2017, 2018
  • Second best poster award at International Conference on Climate Change, Water, Agriculture and Food Security, ICRISAT Hyderabad
  • Travel grant to attend AGU Fall Meeting 2016, San Francisco, USA
  • All India Rank- 31 in Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering 2011

Experience
  • Senior Research Fellow, June 2014 - July 2017, IIT Kharagpur

Teaching Experience
  • Geo-Hydro Informatics for Land and Water Resources(L) at Tribhuvan University, Institute of Engineering, Purwanchal Campus Dharan, Nepal 07-July-2018 to 15-July-2018 (1 terms)

Fellowships / Scholarships
  • MHRD Fellowship, August 2017-present
  • ITRA Senior Research Fellowship, June 2014 - July 2017
  • GATE Fellowship, July 2012 - June 2014
  • National Talent Scholarship, ICAR New Delhi, July 2008 - June 2012

Papers Published in Journals
  • An analysis of precipitation climatology over Indian urban agglomeration by Bisht DS, Chatterjee C, Raghuwanshi NS, Sridhar V Theor Appl Climatol (133) 421-436 (2018)
  • Spatio-temporal trends of rainfall across Indian river basins by Bisht DS, Chatterjee C, Raghuwanshi NS, Sridhar V Theor Appl Climatol (132) 419-436 (2018)
  • Does the GPM mission improve the systematic error component in satellite rainfall estimates over TRMM. An evaluation at a pan-India scale by Beria H, Nanda T, Bisht DS, Chaterjee C Hydrol Earth Syst Sci (21) 6117-6134 (2017)
  • Modeling urban floods and drainage using SWMM and MIKE URBAN- a case study by Bisht DS, Chatterjee C, Kalakoti S, Upadhyay P, Sahoo M, Panda A Nat Hazards (84) 749-776 (2016)

Papers Presented at Conferences
  • Impact of Climate Change on Precipitation Regimes and its role on Hydrologic Extremes by Sridhar V, Kang H, Valayamkunnath P, Sehgal V, Bisht DS, Thilakarathne M, Ali SA, Modi P  International Conference on Sustainable Technologies for Intelligent Water Management 16-19 Feb 2018 (2018)
  • Spatiotemporal Analysis of Meteorological Drought Characteristics at Multiple Scales over India during 1951-2014 by Bisht DS, Beria H, Chatterjee C, Raghuwanshi NS AGU Fall Meeting. San Francisco, USA 12-16 Dec 2016 (2016)
  • Does the GPM mission resolve the systematic error dependence with climatology and topography-a statistical and hydrologic evaluation over India by Beria H, Nanda T, Bisht DS, Chaterjee C AGU Fall Meeting. San Francisco, USA 12-16 Dec 2016 (2016)
  • Changing rainfall patterns in Godavari and Krishna river basins by Bisht DS, Chatterjee C, Raghuwanshi NS International Conference on Climate Change, Water, Agriculture and Food Security, ICRISAT Hyderabad 2-3 Nov 2016 (2016)
  • Design of drainage system and a multi-purpose detention pond for storm water management of IIT Kharagpur campus using SWMM by Bisht DS, Chatterjee C National Conference on Emerging Technology Trends in Agricultural Engineering 7-9 Nov 2014, 420-427 (2014)

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