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Name : Dr. Prashant Kumar
Designation : Assistant Professor and Head
Department : Department of Applied Sciences
Qualification : Ph. D( POSTECH South Korea)
Phone : 011-33861257
Email ID : prashantkumar@nitdelhi.ac.in

Position Held

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Sciences, NIT Delhi (January 16, 2015 to Present)
  • Visiting Assistant Professor (December 14,~ December 31, 2017): Climate Change Research Laboratory (CCRL), School of Environmental Sciences, POSTECH, Pohang, South Korea.
  • Visiting Assistant Professor (June 3, 2016~ June 28, 2016): Department of Mathematics, POSTECH, Pohang, South Korea.
  • Visiting Assistant Professor (June 8, 2015~July 3, 2015): Department of Mathematics, POSTECH, Pohang, South Korea.
  • Post-Doctoral Fellow (March 1, 2014-January 15, 2015): Climate Change Research Laboratory (CCRL), School of Environmental Sciences, POSTECH, Pohang, South Korea.
  • Research Associate (January 1, 2014 ~ February 28, 2014): Department of Mathematics, POSTECH, Pohang, South Korea.
  • Teaching Assistant at Department of Mathematics, POSTECH, South Korea (2007-2013)
  • Lecturer (2006~2007): Sachdeva Institute of Technology Mathura, UP, India

 

Qualification-fdjk

SN

Degree

Year

Subject

University/Institution

% of marks

1.

B.Sc.

2001

Mathematics,

 

Chemistry and

Physics

MJP Rohilkhand

 

University, Bareilly, UP

 

71.70

 

 

2.

M.Sc.

2005

Mathematics

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

6.77/10

3.

Integrated Ph.D.

2013

Computational Applied Mathematics

Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), South Korea.

3.77/4.3

 

 

Awards & Honors

S.No.

Name of Award

Awarding Agency

Year

          1. 

TA Assistantship

Department of Mathematics, POSTECH, South Korea

2007-20013

         2.

Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Climate Change Research Laboratory (CCRL) POSTECH, South Korea

2014-2015

       3.

Early Carrera Research Award

SERB, DST, Govt. of India

2017

      4.

International Travel Scheme(ITS) Grant

SERB, DST, Govt. of India

2017

       5.

MoES Project Fellowship

Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), Govt. of India

2018

Research

Specialized Research Area

  • Mathematical Modeling of Linear and Non-linear waves, Harbor Resonance Phenomenon and Moored Ship Motion
  • Boundary Element Modeling, Hybrid Finite Element Modeling, Boussinesq Approximation
  • Climate Change Modleing, Ocean waves, Impacts of El-Nino on Global Ocean
  • Mathematical Modelling for real World Problems

Sponsored Projects:

   SN

Title of Project

Funding agency

Period

Amount (Rs.)

 

  1.   

Modeling and simulation of moored ship motion in Paradip port under the resonance conditions for multidirectional random waves

SERB, DST, Govt. of India

Completed (2017-2020)

 18 lakh

 

2.

Influence of natural climate variability over Indian ocean wave climate accessed by re-analysis and CMIP5 model data

Ministry of Earth Sciences, Govt. of India

Ongoing (2018-2021)

31.26 lakh

 

 

Research Guidance:

 SN

 Name

  Status

Topic of Research

  1.  

    Gulshan

Completed (2019)

Boundary Element Modeling and Harbor Oscillation

      2.

     Rupali

Final Viva Voice (27 Oct, 2021)

Hybrid Finite Element Method and its application on water waves

       3.

 Sukhwinder Kaur

Pre PhD. (July 30, 2021)

Statistical Analysis of Climate Models based on Observation real data(To be submitted)

       4. 

Vinita (Part time)

January 2018, On-going

Modeling of Boussinesq Equation for Shallow water waves

      5.

Prachi Priya

August 2019, On-Going

Mathematical formulation of Non-linear waves (solitons) under the MoES Project JRF

      6.

Divya Sardana

August 2019, On-Going

Sea level rise and it possible impact on the coastline of India

 

International Research Collaboration:

Prof. Huai Zhang: Key Laboratory of Computational Geodynamics, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, PR China

Home page: http://people.ucas.ac.cn/~hzhang?language=en

Prof. Seung Ki Min: Professor, Climate Change Research Laboratory (CCRL), Gekok Bldg. POSTECH, Pohang, South Korea

Homepage: http://climatechange.postech.ac.kr/bbs/board.php?bo_table=sub2_1

Prof. Xialon L. Wang: Senior Scientist, Environmental Canada, Climate Research Division, Toronto, Canada,

Home page: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Xiaolan-Wang-11

Prof. Evan Weller: Assistant professor, School of Environment, University of Auckland, New Zealand,

Home Page: https://unidirectory.auckland.ac.nz/people/profile/evan-weller

Prof. I R Young: Professor, University of Melbourne, Australia

Web: https://findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au/profile/775646-ian-young

 

Administration

1. Head, Department of Applied Sciences, July 06, 2021 to Present

2. Convener, Department Postgraduate Committee (DPGC), Applied Sciences, September 2016 to July 2019.

3. Warden, Boys Hostel Kundli, Sonipat, Haryana,  Duration: October 2018 to present

4. Deputy Proctor, NIT Delhi October 2018 to July 2020.

5. Chairman, Social Reform Club (SRC), Photography Club, July 2016 to July 2019

Publications

Influence of natural climate variability on extreme wave power over Indo-Pacific Ocean assessed using ERA5, Kumar P, Kaur, S. , Weller, E., Young I.R., Climate Dynamics (2021, Accepted)

1. Mathematical Modelling of Non-Linear Transient Long Waves by using

Finite Element Method in an Irregular Shaped Harbour

Kaur S.;Kumar P.;Rajni

Mathematical and Computer Modelling of Dynamical Systems, Volume 27, Year 2021, Pages 411-428

2. Positive relationship between seasonal Indo-Pacific Ocean wave power

and SST

Kaur S.;Kumar P.;Weller E.;Young I.R.

Scientific Reports, Volume 11, Year 2021

3. Changes in extreme ocean wave heights under 1.5 °C, 2 °C, and 3 °C

global warming

Patra A.;Min S.K.;Kumar P.;Wang X.L.

Weather and Climate Extremes, Volume 33, Year 2021

4. CMIP5 model performance of significant wave heights over the Indian

Ocean using COWCLIP datasets

Krishnan A.;Bhaskaran P.K.;Kumar P.

Theoretical and Applied Climatology, Volume 145, Year 2021, Pages 377-392

5. Multi-model ensemble projections of extreme ocean wave heights over

the Indian ocean

Kaur S.;Kumar P.;Weller E.;Min S.K.;Jin J.

Climate Dynamics, Volume 56, Year 2021, Pages 2163-2180

6. Mathematical modeling of regular and irregular shallow water waves

using Boussinesq equation with improved dispersion

Kumar P.;Rupali V.

Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Physics, Volume 59, Year 2021, Pages 233-238

7. Mathematical modeling of arbitrary shaped harbor with permeable and

impermeable breakwaters using hybrid finite element method

Rupali ;Kumar P.

Ocean Engineering, Volume 221, Year 2021

8. Regional sea level changes in the Indian shelf sea and its association with

SST anomalies

Regional Studies in Marine Science, Year 2021

9. Influence of Natural Climate Variability on Extreme Wave Power over

Indo-Pacific Ocean Assessed using ERA5

, Year 2021

10. Numerical modeling of ion size effect on osmotic pressure in cylindrical

nanochannels

Rajni R.;Kumar P.

AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 2214, Year 2020

11. Analysis of moored ship motions using 3-D boundary element method

inside realistic harbor

Gulshan G.;Kumar P.;Rajni R.

AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 2214, Year 2020

12. The numerical solution of Boussinesq equation for shallow water waves

Patel P.;Kumar P.;Rajni R.

AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 2214, Year 2020

13. Numerical Simulation of Tropical Cyclone Mora Using a Regional Coupled

Ocean-Atmospheric Model

Pure and Applied Geophysics, Year 2020

14. Spectral wave modeling of tsunami waves in Pohang New Harbor (South

Korea) and Paradip Port (India)

Rupali ;Kumar P.;Rajni

Ocean Dynamics, Volume 70, Year 2020, Pages 1515-1530

15. Spectral boundary element modeling of water waves in Pohang New

Harbor and Paradip Port

Rupali ;Kumar P.;Rajni

Ocean Engineering, Volume 196, Year 2020

16. Moored ship motion analysis in Paradip port under the resonance

conditions using 3-D boundary element method

Gulshan ;Kumar P.;Rajni

Journal of Marine Science and Technology (Japan), Volume 25, Year 2020, Pages 1075-1092

17. Influence of Natural Climate Variability on the Extreme Ocean Surface

Wave Heights Over the Indian Ocean

Kumar P.;Kaur S.;Weller E.;Min S.K.

Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, Volume 124, Year 2019, Pages 6176-6199

18. Numerical Modeling of Ion-Size Effect on Electroosmotic Flow in

Nanochannels

Rajni ;Kumar P.

Proceedings of the Jangjeon Mathematical Society, Volume 22, Year 2019, Pages 193-200

19. Spectral boundary element method for shallow water waves

Rupali ;Gulshan ;Kumar P.

AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 2061, Year 2019

20. Wave spectrum analysis for extreme wave oscillation inside Paradip port

Gulshan ;Kumar P.;Patel P.;Rupali ;Kaur S.

AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 2061, Year 2019

21. Wave Induced Oscillation in an Irregular Domain by using Hybrid Finite

Element Model

Kumar P.;Rajni ;Rupali

Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 1039, Year 2018

22. Modeling of shallow water waves with variable bathymetry in an irregular

domain by using hybrid finite element method

Kumar P.;Rupali

Ocean Engineering, Volume 165, Year 2018, Pages 386-398

23. Theoretical analysis of extreme wave oscillation in Paradip Port using a 3-

D boundary element method

Kumar P.;Gulshan

Ocean Engineering, Volume 164, Year 2018, Pages 13-22

24. Mathematical modeling of influence of ion size effects in an electrolyte in

a nanoslit with overlapped EDL

Rajni ;Kumar P.

AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 1897, Year 2017

25. Multidirectional random wave diffraction in a real harbor by using 3-D

boundary element method

Kumar P.;Gulshan ;Rajni

AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 1897, Year 2017

26. Extreme Wave-Induced Oscillation in Paradip Port Under the Resonance

Conditions

Kumar P.;Gulshan

Pure and Applied Geophysics, Volume 174, Year 2017, Pages 4501-4516

27. Modeling wave and spectral characteristics of moored ship motion in

Pohang New Harbor under the resonance conditions

Kumar P.;Zhang H.;Ik Kim K.;Yuen D.A.

Ocean Engineering, Volume 119, Year 2016, Pages 101-113

28. Influence of climate variability on extreme ocean surface wave heights

assessed from ERA-interim and ERA-20C

Kumar P.;Min S.K.;Weller E.;Lee H.;Wang X.L.

Journal of Climate, Volume 29, Year 2016, Pages 4031-4046

29. A moored ship motion analysis in realistic Pohang New Harbor and

modified PNH

Kumar P.;Batra G.;Kim K.I.

Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics, Volume 171, Year 2016, Pages 207-214

 

30. Wave spectral modeling of multidirectional random waves in a harbor

through combination of boundary integral of Helmholtz equation with

Chebyshev point discretization

Kumar P.;Zhang H.;Kim K.I.;Shi Y.;Yuen D.A.

Computers and Fluids, Volume 108, Year 2015, Pages 13-24

31. Hydrodynamic Modeling of Moored Ship Motion in an Irregular Domain

Kumar P.;Ik K.K.

Procedia Engineering, Volume 127, Year 2015, Pages 598-604

32. Spectral Density Analysis for Wave Characteristics in Pohang New Harbor

Kumar P.;Zhang H.;Kim K.I.

Pure and Applied Geophysics, Volume 171, Year 2014, Pages 1169-1185

33. Wave field analysis in a harbor with irregular geometry through boundary

integral of Helmholtz equation with corner contributions

Kumar P.;Zhang H.;Yuen D.A.;Kim K.I.

Computers and Fluids, Volume 88, Year 2013, Pages 287-297

34. SPECTRAL DENSITY ANALYSIS OF A MOORED SHIP MOTION IN POHANG NEW HARBOR

Kumar , P.  Kim K.I., KSIAM conference series, 2012

 

 

 

Expert Talks

S.N.

Year (date and time)

Place

Seminars/Workshops/Schools

Title of paper read if any

1.

19/06/2015

5:00~6:30 PM

Math Bldg. POSTECH

South Korea

Applied Mathematics Seminar

Modeling and Analysis of Moored Ship Motion in Pohang New Harbor under the Resonance Conditions

 

2.

25/06/2015

5:00~6:30 PM

Math Bldg.

POSTECH

South Korea

Applied Mathematics Seminar

Influence of Climate Variability on Extreme Ocean Wave Height Assessed From ERA-Interim and ERA40 Reanalyses.

3.

30/06/2015

5:00~6:30 PM

Math Bldg.

POSTECH

South Korea

Applied Mathematics Seminar

Stress analysis in mooring ropes and fender of a Moored ship under the resonance Conditions.

4.

31/12/2015

4:00~5:30 PM

Math Bldg.

POSTECH

South Korea

Winter School (Applied Mathematics Seminar)

Moored Ship Motion Analysis in a complex geometry Domain

 

5.

02/01/2016

3:00~4:30 PM

Math Bldg.

POSTECH

South Korea

Winter school (Applied Mathematics Seminar)

Impact of El Nino on Ocean Surface Wave Height for ERA-Interim and ERA20C Reanalyses

6.

04/01/2016

4:00~5:30 PM

Math Bldg.

POSTECH

South Korea

Winter School (Applied Mathematics Seminar)

Hybrid Finite Element Modeling for wave oscillation in Pohang New Harbor

 

7.

09-06-2016

Time: 4:30-5:30 PM

 

Math Bldg.

POSTECH

South Korea #404

Applied Mathematics Seminar

Global Influence of Natural Climate Variabilities on Extreme Ocean Wave Height Accessed by ERA-Interim and ERA20C Reanalyses

8.

03-06-2016

Time: 4:30-5:30 PM

Math Bldg.

POSTECH

South Korea #404

Applied Mathematics Seminar

Wave Spectral Characteristics of Moored Ship Motion in Pohang

Professional Activities

  • Life Member, Ocean Society of India (OCI)
  • Member, Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) (2007-2015)
  • Member, Korean Mathematical Society (KMS)(2007-2014)
  • Member, Korean Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
  • Reviewer, 36th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore, and Arctic Engineering (OMAE)
  • Reviewer, Elsevier Journal: Computer and Fluids, Ocean Engineering, Ocean Dynamics, Climate Dynamics, Journal of Geophysical Research: Ocean, Theoretical and Applied Climatology

Selection Committee Member

Membership

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