IIT Mandi 18-20 April 2019
The International workshop on Climate Change and Extreme Events in the Himalayan region captures a three day program of presentations, panel discussions and interactive dialogues, which will take place from 18-20 April, 2019 at the Indian Institute of Technology Mandi, Himachal Pradesh. This workshop aims at understanding the effects of climate change, melting of glaciers, increased frequency of extreme events, atmospheric pollution, pollution due to crop residue burning on Himalayan region and applications of remote sensing. The uncertainties in environment have led to many extreme events for instance, glacial lake outbursts, earthquakes and rock/landslides, which can be mapped and monitored regularly using satellites. This workshop aims to provide a platform for Scientists, Academicians, Researchers and Scholars from various national and international institutes to gather and share knowledge for the overall goal of working towards capacity building in the field of earth sciences.
- After 05th April - $300
- After 05th April - INR 2000
- After 05th April - INR 6000
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Submission Deadline - 15th March 2019, 05:00 PM IST
- Growing pollution over the Indo-Gangetic plains and Himalayan Glaciers
- Winter/Summer crop burning and impacts on Himalayan resources
- Coupling between Ocean-Land and Himalayan environment
- Impacts of anthropogenic influences on the Himalayan flora and fauna
- Glacial lake outburst flood
- Long term changes in snow/glaciers
- NASA-ISRO Joint mission for monitoring Natural Hazards and Himalayan snow/glaciers
- GIS tools for management of Himalayan resources and natural disasters
- GPS (crustal movements and water vapor)
- Optical and microwave remote sensing of Snow/glaciers
- Snow/glaciers mapping
- "Retreat of Himalayan Glaciers - Is It Real?"
Dr. Ramesh P. Singh is currently Professor at Schmid College of Science and Technology in Physics and Computational Science and Engineering department. His expertise is in Atmospheric pollution, natural hazards, coupling between land, biosphere, atmosphere and multi-sensor satellite
WebsiteConvener & Coordinator, C2E2 Himalaya 2019
Dr. Dericks P. Shukla is currently Assistant Professor at Indian Institute of Technology Mandi, India. His research interests are Landslide Susceptibility and Hazard Mapping, Semi-Automatic framework development for preparation of LHZ & LSZ and Snow Mapping and its Parameter Estimation.
WebsiteCo-convener & Co-Coordinator, C2E2 Himalaya 2019
Dr. Kala Venkata Uday is currently Assistant Professor at Indian Institute of Technology Mandi, India. His research interests are Geotechnical Engineering, Slope stability, Landslide (Early warning, Preparedness and Mitigation), Retaining Structures, Geosynthetics, Environmental Geotechnics.
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Local Organizing Committee
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- Distance from Bhuntar Airport to Mandi - 75 KM
- Distance from Gaggal Airport to Mandi - 145 KM
- Distance from Chandigarh Airport to Mandi - 185 KM
- From Delhi or Chandigarh, one can catch the bus from ISBT (interstate bus terminus). There are different varieties of bus facilities from Delhi and Chandigarh - ordinary, deluxe and AC buses. Alternatively, One can also plan to hire a cab or come by personal vehicle.
- Flight from Delhi to Chandigarh [Go Air G8 - 719 (07:25 AM), Jet Airways 9W - 665 (8:00 AM) Multiple flight carriers available] - Bus/Taxi from Chandigarh to Mandi - Bus/Taxi from Mandi to IIT Campus (Approximate time to reach campus - 7~8 hours)
- Flight from Delhi to Kullu [Air India 9I - 9805 (06:45 AM) Only one direct flight] - Bus/Taxi from Kullu to Mandi - Bus/Taxi from Mandi to IIT Campus (Approximate time to reach campus - 4~5 hours)
- Flight from Delhi to Dharamshala [Air India 9I - 9813 (06:20 AM), Spicejet SG - 2468 (10;50 AM) Only two flight carriers available] - Bus/Taxi from Dharamshala to Mandi - Bus/Taxi from Mandi to IIT Campus (Approximate time to reach campus - 6~7 hours)
- Volvo bus from Delhi to Mandi - Bus/Taxi from Mandi to IIT Campus (Approximate time to reach campus - 11~12 hours)
To reach IIT Mandi's main campus from Mandi town
- By IIT Bus: IIT Mandi's shuttle buses ply regularly between Mandi and Kamand. The buses towards IIT Mandi Kamand campus starts at Mandav Block, bus stand, Mandi – the transit campus of IIT Mandi.
- By Taxi: Taxis are stationed outside Mandi main bus stand 24 x 7. The cost of a one-way trip to the IIT campus is about Rs. 600/-
- By HRTC Bus: Himachal Road Transport Corporation/Local buses also ply between Mandi and Kamand. Please note that these buses sometimes can be crowded.
No, the registration package does not include accomodation. The accomodation will be provided on sharing basis on payment.Important: Please note that we have limited accomodation available hence it needs to be booked early. You are also requested to mention your date of arrival in registration form. Strict check in and check out timing will be followed in shared accomodation.
Anmol Jalali [+91 94814 89240]
+91 813-029-7652 (Prof. Ramesh P. Singh)
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