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Dr. Rahul Mahanta

Dr. Rahul Mahanta

Department of Physics, Cotton University, Guwahati

Dr. Rahul Mahanta has more than 25 years experience in teaching and research at the Department of Physics, Cotton University, Guwahati. Rahul Mahanta has been a leading researcher of considerable standing on various aspects of climate change. The quality and content of research on weather and Climate variability over North East India carried out by him has established a benchmark that sets the standard for several of his peers and provides a platform for young researchers.
In his book “ Present Tense Future Expensive – Climate change in Northeast India”, he has provided a comprehensive analysis of various aspects of climate change in Northeast India which he begins by examining the physical and biological aspects of climate change and a detailed analysis of the science of the climate system. He is actively engaged in instructional design, curriculum development, blended learning, E-learning, Web-based training, multimedia development in Environmental and Climate Science topics. He has been involved in environmental issues since the 1980s. Apart from being an Associate Professor in Physics, Dr. Mahanta is currently founder and director of Interdisciplinary Climate Research Center at Cotton University.He has been teaching environment and climate Science to undergraduate and postgraduate students for over 20 years. He has been associated with several projects funded by the DST, the Ministry of Environmental and Forests and several other government agencies and ISRO. Further he has major collaborations with five Universities of Japan, including Tokyo University and Kyoto University, along with Tribhuvan University of Nepal and Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh.
He has to his credit a number of research papers in international journals, one of which won IITM, Pune Silver Jubilee Award. Further he has documented the climate change, environment and social challenges of a changing environment in Northeast India for over 20 years. He likes to work with graduate students individually or cooperatively with other faculty members on a variety of research problems. Strongly believes that student interests can often dictate new research opportunities and directions. He also likes to work with undergraduate students from other disciplines on research projects designed to stimulate their interest in atmospheric science.

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