Dr. Reji Srinivas Ph.D.
Scientist C, Coastal Processes (CoP)
Phone(Off) : 0471-2511760
Fax : 0471-2442280
|Ph.D||:||2002, Marine Geology|
|Thesis||:||Geochemical, Sedimentological and Remote Sensing Studies of Kayamkulam Estuary, Southwest Coast of India – A GIS Approach under Faculty of Marine Sciences, Cochin University of Science and Technology.|
|M.Sc||:||1995, Marine Geology from Department of Marine Geology and Geophysics, Cochin University of Science and Technology.|
|2010||-||present||Scientist B, Marine Sciences Division, CESS|
|2008||-||2010||Taught Marine Geology at Post-graduate level, Cochin University of Science and Technology.|
|2005||-||2004||Research Associate, Centre for Earth Science Studies.|
|2004||-||2003||Post-Doctoral, Cochin University of Science and Technology.|
Areas of Interests:
Beach and Coastal Processes, Beach placer minerals, Estuarine studies, Ground water studies.
Membership of Professional Bodies:
- Life Member, National Remote Sensing Agency
- Life Member, Ocean Society of India
- Fellow of the Society, The Society Earth Scientists
- Short Term Training on Isotope tracer techniques for water resources development and management, sponsored by D S T, Government of India, held at CWRDM, Kozhikode (2010).
- International Workshop on Fluvial and Marine Processes of Cenozoic and Formation of Placers (IGCP-514), organized by Centre for Earth Science Studies, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala and Goa University, Goa (2007).
- Short Term Training Programme on Numerical Simulation of Groundwater Flow and Mass Transport for Effective Management of Aquifers, sponsored by D S T, Government of India, held at CESS, Thiruvananthapuram (2005).
- Short Term Training Programme on Mathematical Modelling of Groundwater Flow and Mass Transport through Theory and Hand on Training, sponsored by D S T, Government of India held at JNU, Delhi (2004).
- Certificate Course in GIS Application in Coastal Zone Management conducted by Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Department of Space, Government of India, Dehradun (1999).