List of Special Lectures delivered in various workshops, courses and in public gatherings

 

1.        Remote Sensing Applications in Geology, at Centre for Remote Sensing, UOR, Roorkee, 1993.

 

2.        Introduction to GIS, at Centre for Remote Sensing, UOR, Roorkee, 1993.

 

3.        Remote Sensing and GIS applications in ground water exploration, at Punjab Remote Sensing Centre, PAU, Ludhiana, 1994.

 

4.        Digital Image Processing and enhancement, involving scope and examples from mineral resources, Indian Geological Congress, UOR, Roorkee, 1995.

 

5.        GIS - Scope and Methodology, Indian Geological Congress, UOR, Roorkee, 1995.

 

6.        Data Integration in a GIS platform and its Efficacy, University of Pune, Pune, 1996.

 

7.        Use of modern techniques for planning of small hydro projects, U.P. Administration Academy, Nainital, July, 1996.

 

8.        Delineation of catchments, Introduction of GIS and data input on GIS, Workshop on GIS based identification of small hydro sites, Alternate Hydro Energy Centre, University of Roorkee, January 30-31, 1998.

 

9.        Introduction to Remote Sensing, Workshop on GIS based identification of small hydro sites, Alternate Hydro Energy Centre, University of Roorkee, January 30-31, 1998.

 

10.      Remote sensing and GIS applications in EIA, Course on Environmental Impact Assessment, Centre of Continuing Education, University of Roorkee, February 16-21, 1998.

11.      Delineation of catchments, Introduction of GIS and data input on GIS, Workshop on GIS based identification of small hydro sites, Assam State Remote Sensing Application Centre, February 20-21, 1998.

 

12.      Introduction to Remote Sensing, Workshop on GIS based identification of small hydro sites, Alternate Hydro Energy Centre, Assam State Remote Sensing Application Centre, February 20-21, 1998.

 

13.      Application of remote sensing and GIS techniques in Hydrology, Training Course on Application of Remote Sensing and GIS techniques in Hydrology, National Institute of Hydrology, 2-7 March, 1998.

 

14.      Integrated Remote Sensing and GIS technique for groundwater exploration, Workshop on Remote Sensing and GIS for Resource Management and Development, Geoinformatics Division, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, 7th November 1998.

 

15.      Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in earthquake studies, Workshop on Remote Sensing and GIS for Resource Management and Development, Geoinformatics Division, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, 7th November, 1998.

 

16.      Remote Sensing and GIS Applications in Groundwater Exploration, Post Graduate Diploma Course in Geosciences, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehra Dun, 17th December, 1998.

 

17.      Advance digital image processing techniques, M.Sc. Students of Department of Geology, University of Delhi, 8th February 1999.

 

18.      Introduction to Geographic Information System (GIS), M.Sc. Students of Department of Geology, University of Delhi, 8th February 1999.

 

19.      Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in groundwater studies, M.Sc. Students of Department of Geology, University of Delhi, 9th February 1999.

 

20.      Remote Sensing and GIS applications in: a. Springs delineation b. Earthquake studies, M.Sc. Students of Department of Geology, University of Delhi, 9th February, 1999.

 

21.      Introduction to GIS-I, Training Programme on Digital Mapping Technology organised by Department of Civil Engineering, University of Roorkee, 15-20 March, 1999.

 

22.      Introduction to GIS-II, Training Programme on Digital Mapping Technology organised by Department of Civil Engineering, University of Roorkee, 15-20 March 1999.

 

23.      Introduction to GIS-III, Training Programme on Digital Mapping Technology organised by Department of Civil Engineering, University of Roorkee, 15-20 March 1999.

 

24.      Introduction to GIS-IV, Training Programme on Digital Mapping Technology organised by Department of Civil Engineering, University of Roorkee, 15-20 March 1999.

 

25.      GIS based planning of Small Hydro Projects, International Course on Planning, Design & Implementation of Small Hydro Power Projects, organised by Alternate Hydro Energy Centre, University of Roorkee, Roorkee, 15-25 March 1999.

 

26.      Training Course on Remote Sensing and GIS applications in Water Resources, National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee, December 13-24, 1999.

 

27.      Remote Sensing and GIS applications in irrigation and water management, Training Course for Irrigation Trainees, Irrigation Research Institute, Roorkee, June, 2000.

 

28.      Remote Sensing Techniques in Groundwater Development, Short Term Course on Groundwater Recharge, Assessment & Quality, Department of Hydrology, University of Roorkee, July 10 to July 29, 2000.

 

29.      GIS and Remote Sensing based planning of Small Hydro Projects, International Course on Planning, Technology Selection and Implementation of Small Hydro Power Projects, organised by Alternate Hydro Energy Centre, University of Roorkee, Roorkee, 13-23 February 2001.

 

30.      Applications and limitations of Remote Sensing and GIS technologies, National Seminar on Application of New Techniques in Modern Geography, organised by the Department of Geography, University of Pune, Pune, 26-27 February 2001.

 

31.      Remote sensing and GIS applications in geology, Training Programme for Trainee Officers (Engineering Geology), National Hydroelectric Power Corporation, Faridabad, 27.08.2001 – 21.09.2001.

 

32.      Remote Sensing and GIS Applications in Earthquake Studies, Key Note Lecture delivered in Seminar on Dehradun (Uttaranchal) The National Remote Sensing Hub, held on 1st December, 2001 at DEAL, Dehra Dun, organized by The Institute of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers, Local Center, Dehradun.

 

33.      Overview of GIS, Refresher Course on Remote Sensing and GIS applications in Earth Sciences, held between 17th December 2001 to 12th January 2002 at Department of Geography, University of Pune.

34.      Non-spatial information and various types of DBMS, Refresher Course on Remote Sensing and GIS applications in Earth Sciences, held between 17th December 2001 to 12th January 2002 at Department of Geography, University of Pune.

 

35.      Hardware and software requirements of GIS, Refresher Course on Remote Sensing and GIS applications in Earth Sciences, held between 17th December 2001 to 12th January 2002 at Department of Geography, University of Pune.

 

36.      GIS based planning of small hydro projects, International Couse on Cost Effective Planning and Design of Small Hydro Projects, held between 5-15th February 2002 at Alternate Hydro Energy Centre, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee.

 

37.      False Topographic Perception Phenomena and its correction, 8th October 2002 at Centre for Environmental Studies, University of Dundee, U.K.

 

38.      Basics of Geographic Information System, Invited Lecture delivered at Department of Geology, University of Delhi, Delhi on 20th Feb. 2003.

 

39.      Colour space and its implications in satellite data fusion and transformations, Invited Lecture delivered at Department of Geology, University of Delhi, Delhi on 20th Feb. 2003.

 

40.      False Topographic Perception Phenomena, its correction methods and new developments, Invited Lecture delivered at Department of Geology, University of Delhi, Delhi on 20th Feb. 2003.

 

41.      GIS, Remote Sensing and GPS applications in small hydropower planning, Invited Lecture delivered at International Course on Technology Selection for Small Hydro Development, Feb. 18-28, 2003 organised by AHEC, IIT Roorkee.

42.      Remote Sensing and GIS in earthquake studies, Invited Lecture delivered in Seismic Microzonation of Hilly Areas, An Integrated, Comphrehensive Traning Programme organised at CBRI, Roorkee, Feb. 11-15, 2003.

 

43.      Remote Sensing and GIS applications in earthquake studies, Invited Lecture delivered at GIS Institute, NOIDA on 5th April 2003.

 

44.      Establishment of NOAA-HRPT Satellite Earth Station at IITR and NOAA-AVHRR data application in earthquake studies, Invited Lecture delivered at Forest Survey of India, Dehra Dun on 2nd May 2003.

 

45.      GIS applications in Small Hydropower Development, Invited Lecture delivered at National Workshop on Small Hydropower Development: Opportunities and Challenges" during 5-7 June 2003 at Manali organized by AHEC, IIT Roorkee.

 

46.      Use of modern tools: GIS, GPS and altimeters for planning and investigation of SHP, Invited Lecture delivered at International Training Course on Small Hydropower Development, during 10-22 Februry 2004, AHEC, IIT Roorkee.

 

47.      Fundamental of Digital Image Processing, Invited Lecture delivered at Department of Geology, University of Delhi, Delhi on 19th Feb. 2004.

 

48.      Colour concept in DIP and its applications, Invited Lecture delivered at Department of Geology, University of Delhi, Delhi on 19th Feb. 2004.

 

49.      False Topographic Perception phenomena and its correction techniques, Invited Lecture delivered at Department of Geology, University of Delhi, Delhi on 19th Feb. 2004.

 

50.      Remote Sensing, GIS and GPS applications in groundwater recharge studies, invited Lecture delivered in “Interactive Workshop on Water Conservation” organised by National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee between 13-14 April, 2004.

 

51.      Remote Sensing and GIS applications in groundwater recharge studies, invited Lecture delivered at National Institute of Hydrology in a special course on “Remote Sensing and GIS applications in Hydrology”, NIH, held between 14-19 June 2004.

 

52.      Remote Sensing and GIS techniques in groundwater recharge studies, invited lecture delivered in a short term course on “Engineering Geological Consideration for Artificial Recharge” organised by Department of Hydrology, IIT Roorkee between 12-23 July, 2004.

 

53.      Remote Sensing and GIS techniques in groundwater recharge studies, invited lecture delivered in a short term course on “Engineering Geological Consideration for Artificial Recharge” organised by Department of Hydrology, IIT Roorkee, 23 Sept., 2004

 

54.      Thermal remote sensing in earthquake studies, Proceedings of Third International Conference: GIS-2004 held at Bahrain between 27-29 September 2004, organised by the Bahrain Society of Engineers, Bahrain, pp.19-33.

55.      Use of Modern Tools: GIS, GPS and altimeters for planning and investigation of SHP, lecture delivered in a short term International Course on Grid Based Small Hydropower Development, organised by AHEC, IITR during 27 Jan. – 09 Feb. 2005.

 

56.      Thermal Remote Sensing Applications in Earthquake Studies, Special Lecture delivered in a short term course on Earthquake Engineering and Building Structures, organized by DEQ, IITR during 29 August – 03 September 2005.

 

57.      Basics of GPS and GIS, Special Lecture delivered in the workshop on Himalayan School Earthquake Laboratory Programme (HIM-SELP) to train school teachers of Uttaranchal and Himachal Region held at Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, Dehra Dun, delivered on 30 September 2005.

 

58.      Introduction to GPS and its applications in Earth Sciences, Special Lecture delivered on 16th March 2006 in UGC sponsored Refresher Course for Earth Sciences Faculty held at Department of Geography, University of Pune.

 

59.      DEM and its derivatives and their application in Quantitative Geomorphology, Special Lecture delivered on 16th March 2006 in UGC sponsored Refresher Course for Earth Sciences Faculty held at Department of Geography, University of Pune.

 

60.      RS and GIS applications in groundwater studies, Special Lecture delivered on 17th March 2006 in UGC sponsored Refresher Course for Earth Sciences Faculty held at Department of Geography, University of Pune.

 

61.      RS and GIS applications in earthquake studies, Special Lecture delivered on 17th March 2006 in UGC sponsored Refresher Course for Earth Sciences Faculty held at Department of Geography, University of Pune.

 

62.      False Topographic Perception Phenomena and its correction techniques, Special Lecture delivered on 18th March 2006 in UGC sponsored Refresher Course for Earth Sciences Faculty held at Department of Geography, University of Pune.

 

63.      Introduction to GPS-I, Special Lecture delivered on 26th April 2006 in a UREDA sponsored Training Course for the Project Officers held at AHEC, IIT Roorkee between 26-29 April 2006.

 

64.      Introduction to GPS-II, Special Lecture delivered on 26th April 2006 in a UREDA sponsored Training Course for the Project Officers held at AHEC, IIT Roorkee between 26-29 April 2006.

 

65.      Introduction to GIS: What is GIS? Who can use GIS? Special Lecture delivered on 26th April 2006 in a UREDA sponsored Training Course for the Project Officers held at AHEC, IIT Roorkee between 26-29 April 2006.

 

66.      Components of GIS, Hardware and Software requirements, Special Lecture delivered on 26th April 2006 in a UREDA sponsored Training Course for the Project Officers held at AHEC, IIT Roorkee between 26-29 April 2006.

 

67.      GIS Applications in SHP Development, Special Lecture delivered on 26th April 2006 in a UREDA sponsored Training Course for the Project Officers held at AHEC, IIT Roorkee between 26-29 April 2006.

 

68.      GIS Applications in general, Special Lecture delivered on 26th April 2006 in a UREDA sponsored Training Course for the Project Officers held at AHEC, IIT Roorkee between 26-29 April 2006.

 

69.      Introduction to GIS, Special Lecture delivered on 24th May 2006 in a USAID-India sponsored Training Course entitled “GIS Based Distribution System Planning Analysis and Asset Management held at CED, IIT Roorkee between May 24-28, 2006.

 

70.      Different components of GIS and data organization, Special Lecture delivered on 24th May 2006 in a USAID-India sponsored Training Course entitled “GIS Based Distribution System Planning Analysis and Asset Management held at CED, IIT Roorkee between May 24-28, 2006.

 

71.      Different components of GIS and data organization, Special Lecture delivered on 24th May 2006 in a USAID-India sponsored Training Course entitled “GIS Based Distribution System Planning Analysis and Asset Management held at CED, IIT Roorkee between May 24-28, 2006.

 

72.      Different components of GIS and data organization, Special Lecture delivered on 24th May 2006 in a USAID-India sponsored Training Course entitled “GIS Based Distribution System Planning Analysis and Asset Management held at CED, IIT Roorkee between May 24-28, 2006.

 

73.      Introduction to GPS, Special Lecture delivered on 24th May 2006 in a USAID-India sponsored Training Course entitled “GIS Based Distribution System Planning Analysis and Asset Management held at CED, IIT Roorkee between May 24-28, 2006.

 

74.      GPS: Errors, corrections and DGPS, Special Lecture delivered on 24th May 2006 in a USAID-India sponsored Training Course entitled “GIS Based Distribution System Planning Analysis and Asset Management held at CED, IIT Roorkee between May 24-28, 2006.

 

75.      Remote Sensing and GIS applications in Earthquake Studies, Special Lecture delivered on 12th July 2006 in a course on “Earthquake Risk Management” sponsored by Ministry of Home Affairs for PWD Officers, organised by DEQ, IIT Roorkee.

 

76.      Spatial technologies in forest fire studies, Special Lecture delivered on 23rd August 2006 in a course on “Forest Fire Management”, organised by DMMC-NIDM-FRI Dehradun between 23-25 August 2006 at FRI Dehradun.

 

77.      GIS & Remote Sensing in SHP Development, Special Lecture delivered on 31st January 2007 in a international course on “Small Hydropower: Assessment and Development”, organised by AHEC, IIT Roorkee between 30 January – 10 February 2007 at AHEC, IIT Roorkee.

 

78.      GPS & Altimeter in SHP Development, Special Lecture delivered on 1st February 2007 in a international course on “Small Hydropower: Assessment and Development”, organised by AHEC, IIT Roorkee between 30 January – 10 February 2007 at AHEC, IIT Roorkee.

 

79.      Remote Sensing and GIS applications in earthquake studies, Special Lecture delivered on 24th July 2007 in Department of Geology and Geophysics, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur.

 

80.      Introduction to GIS, Special Lecture delivered on 13th August 2007 in a USAID-India sponsored Training Course entitled “GIS Based Distribution System Planning Analysis and Asset Management held at CED, IIT Roorkee between August 13-17, 2007.

 

81.      Different components of GIS and data organization, Special Lecture delivered on 13th August 2007 in a USAID-India sponsored Training Course entitled “GIS Based Distribution System Planning Analysis and Asset Management held at CED, IIT Roorkee between August 13-17, 2007.

 

82.      Introduction to GPS, Special Lecture delivered on 14th August 2007 in a USAID-India sponsored Training Course entitled “GIS Based Distribution System Planning Analysis and Asset Management held at CED, IIT Roorkee between August 13-17, 2007.

 

83.      GPS: Errors, corrections and DGPS, Special Lecture delivered on 14th August 2007 in a USAID-India sponsored Training Course entitled “GIS Based Distribution System Planning Analysis and Asset Management held at CED, IIT Roorkee between August 13-17, 2007.

 

84.      Remote Sensing and GIS applications in Natural Disaster Investigations, Special Lecture delivered on 7th April 2008 in a DST sponsored Training Course organized by Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie.

 

85.      Introduction to GPS-I, Special Lecture delivered 18th August 2008 in Teachers Training Course organized by Department of Earth Sciences, Manipur University, Imphal.

 

86.      Introduction to GPS-II, Special Lecture delivered 18th August 2008 in Teachers Training Course organized by Department of Earth Sciences, Manipur University, Imphal.

 

87.      Different types of Digital Elevation Models and their derivatives, Special Lecture delivered 19th August 2008 in Teachers Training Course organized by Department of Earth Sciences, Manipur University, Imphal.

 

88.      False Topographic Perception Phenomena in Remote Sensing data and its correction techniques, Special Lecture delivered 18th August 2008 in Teachers Training Course organized by Department of Earth Sciences, Manipur University, Imphal.

 

89.      Remote Sensing and GIS applications in earthquake studies, Special Lecture delivered 18th August 2008 in Teachers Training Course organized by Department of Earth Sciences, Manipur University, Imphal.

 

90.      Introduction to Arc View GIS and its applications in water resources, Special Lecture delivered on 21st October 2008 in a Training Course on “Applications of Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Resources Management” organized by National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee.

 

91.      Thermal Remote Sensing in Earthquake Studies, Special Lecture delivered on 27th March 2009 in Center for Environmental Remote Sensing, Chiba University, Japan.

 

92.      Remote Sensing and GIS applications in Earthquake Studies, Special Lecture delivered on 01st April 2009 in a short term course on “Earthquake Disaster Mitigation” organized by SAARC Disaster Management Centre and Centre of Excellence in Disaster Mitigation & Management, IIT Roorkee.