International Conference on Water Conservancy, Resources and Earth Sciences
Full Paper Submission Deadline
April 30th, 2022
June 30th, 2022
July 10th, 2022
August 5th-7th, 2022
Prof. Diyi Chen is a doctoral supervisor at College of Water Resources and Architectural Engineering of Northwest A&F University, a visiting scholar at School of Electrical Electronic and Computer Engineering of Arizona State University from July, 27, 2012 to July, 27, 2013, a visiting scholar at Curtin University from October, 2015 to September, 2016, a member of American Society of Mechanical Engineers, The American Society of Civil Engineers, International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research, IEEE, IEEE Power & Energy Society, Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering, and China Water Engineering Association, and was selected as Chang Jiang Scholars, Young and Middle-Aged Leading Talent in Shaanxi Province. He received Science-Technology Nova in Shaanxi Province Award.
Prof. Bakshi Hardeep Vaid works at Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology and has obtained his M. Tech. and Ph. D. in Atmospheric Sciences at University of Pune in 2004 and 2008 respectively. During reading for Ph. D., he worked on understanding the physical variability of the tropical Indian Ocean and its relation with the atmospheric forcing. Subsequently, he worked at the Indian Centre for Climate and Societal Impact Research and then moved to the National University of Singapore (NUS) for Post-Doctoral studies to explore research in the monsoon predictability and its roadblocks. His research areas include Asian Monsoon Variability and Predictability in particular Indian Summer Monsoon on Intra-seasonal, Inter-annual and Decadal Time Scales, Climate Variability, Climate Change over the Asian Monsoon Domain using both observation and Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Climate Model Diagnostics, Tele-connections of Monsoon Variability and its impact on water resources, Air-sea interactions, Monsoon Dynamics, Climate change and its societal impact.