PRL Award Awardees List
Geodynamics of the Deccan flood basalts and the tectonomagmatic evolution of the rifted margin of Western India
Dr. Hetu C. Sheth
Regional Hydro-Meteorological Modeling using Statistical and Dynamical approaches
Dr. Subimal Ghosh
Significant contributions in the detection of daytime sub-storm signature on the topside ionosphere, which is vital for the future space weather studies.
Dr. Geeta Vichare
Pioneering study on Indian kimberlities and mantle processes influencing their evolution.
Dr. N. V. Chalapathi Rao
Study on origin and evolution of Indian carbonatites and the Andaman sub duction zone.
Outstanding work using GPS System to understand the crustal deformation and geodynamics of the India-Burma Plates.
Dr. Vineet K. Gahalaut
Significant contributions in understanding the coupling between middle atmosphere and lower thermosphere processes and elucidating the role of gravity waves in neutral atmospheric dynamics.
Dr. A.K. Patra
Contributions in the studies of atmospheric aerosol and climate change.
Prof. S.K. Satheesh
Significant contributions to understand the coupled thermosphere - ionosphere system and dynamical processes of the mesosphere-lower thermosphere region at low latitudes.
Dr. S. Gurubaran
Geochronology & Isotope Studies.
Dr. G. Parthasarathy
Significant and sustained contributions to aerosol research, in particular for assessing radiative forcing efficiency and influence on atmospheric dynamics and water cycle.
Dr. A. Jayaraman
Novel and innovative laboratory experiments on cloud-like flows and pioneering observations to understand atmosphere ocean coupling over the Bay of Bengal.
Dr. G.S. Bhat
Highly precise geo chronological work which has provided insight into crust mantle interactions on the Earth and early history of the solar system.
Dr. Anil Kumar
Experimental phase petrology and thermodynamics studies on sulphide systems which have enriched the understanding of their mineralization.
Dr. Biswajit Mishra
Newly emerging area Aerosol Climatology in topics through measurements of aerosol properties using indigenously built Multiwave length Radiometers.
Dr. K.Krishna Moorthy