PhD Research Scholar
DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service)
- Use of geospatial technologies to aid biodiversity and nature conservation across fragmented landscapes, develop the framework through spatial, temporal and ecological scales and develop strategies for the continued survival of species across these landscapes.
- Use of habitat suitability modelling to ascertain the factors promoting avian collisions at wind turbine structures and developing risk maps to highlight areas suitable for bird friendly siting of wind turbines in the landscape.
- Biodiversity Monitoring and Conservation.
- Using geospatial technologies to support conservation planning.
- Species survival and conservation planning, policy issues.
- Economic evaluation of ecosystem services.
- Ecosystem management linked with survival of species and associated risks.
Since October 2012
PhD student: DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) PhD Scholar at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Department of Conservation Biology
2011 - June 2012
Worked as an Associate Environmental Consultant (August 2011 - May2012) at The Natural Heritage Division of INTACH-The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage, 71, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi-110003rd www.intach.org
Project: Cities and Nature: Connecting Urban Green Spaces: Delhi & NCR region.
Masters of Science (Biodiversity & Conservation) at Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi. www.ipu.ac.in
Bachelor of Science (Natural Sciences) at the University of Delhi. www.du.ac.in