D. M. Chate

Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Dr. Homi Bahbha Road, Pashan, Pune, India, India

Dilip Chate did Ph.D. degree in physics in September 2006 from the University of Pune (UoP), Pune, MH, USA. Chate is a postgraduate teacher/ M.Phil./Ph.D. degrees, Guide recognized by UoP, and Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), Pune, and visiting faculty for the postgraduate students in the Departments of Environmental Sciences, Geology and Climate Change, and Physics at the UoP. Chate worked in the field of earth system sciences, cloud physics, air-quality assessment, atmospheric processes, nanoparticles nucleation, and growth properties at the IITM (>140 peer-reviewed articles per year). Chate has conducted extensive field measurements of aerosols distribution changes during thunderstorm rain at hill stations around Pune, greenhouse gases, CCN and atmospheric aerosols (http://safar.tropmet.res.in/) and over North-East Himalaya including those over the Arabian Sea on board ORV Sagar Kanya and flux measurements of greenhouse gases (CO2, O3, and H2O) over the European stations. With the strong background in the field of atmospheric chemistry and physics and nanoparticles formation, environmental modeling, assessing interaction/feedback land surface process using diagnostic models, Chate could publish more than 37 publications in the refereed journals (Cumulative Impact factor = 65.63) and 30 articles in proceedings/books. Research publications focused mainly on rain-aerosols/soluble gases interactions, secondary aerosols (nanoparticles) formation and their growth, depositions, health and climate change impacts, and effects of anthropogenic aerosols on cloud and rain properties by remote sensing. Chate has been the reviewer for Elsevier, Springer, Penguin, AGU, publications and reviewed numerous publications and projects of international funding agencies.

Biography Updated on 6 August 2013

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