About me

Hello and welcome to my profile! I am an enthusiastic atmospheric sciences student, driven by a deep-seated passion for understanding and predicting weather and climate patterns. My pursuit of this goal has led me to explore a diverse range of topics, from machine learning tools to meteorological data analysis and beyond.

As part of my journey, I have pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Kashmir and a Master’s degree in Atmospheric Science from Savitribai Phule Pune University and Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), Pune. During my time at IITM Pune, I worked on developing radar-based quantitative precipitation estimation techniques for my dissertation under the guidance of Dr. M.C.R. Kalapureddy and Dr. Kishore K. Grandhi. As a result of my work, I built PyScanCf, a Python Library that allows researchers to process radar data and perform advanced analysis.

Currently, I am a Grad student in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, Purdue University, where I have the privilege of working under the expert guidance of Prof. Dr. Daniel T. Dawson. My research is focused on Quasilinear Convective Systems and Tornadoes, with the ultimate goal of enhancing the accuracy of short-range numerical predictions for severe convective storms and their associated hazards.

With every new challenge and project, I am constantly striving to expand my knowledge and skills, and I believe that my passion for atmospheric sciences will continue to inspire me throughout my academic and professional journey. Thank you for taking the time to read my profile, and I look forward to connecting with others who share my passion for meteorology and the natural world.