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Arpita Mondal, PhD
Assistant Professor,
Department of Civil Engineering, & Interdisciplinary Program in Climate Studies,
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay,                                                                       
Powai, Mumbai 400076, India.                                                                         
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Arpita Mondal works in the broad area of hydrology, hydraulics and water resources engineering. 
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Research Interests: Hydroclimatic Extremes such as Heat Waves, Heavy Rain, Floods and Droughts, 
Climate Change, 
Detection and Attribution, Statistical Spatio-Temporal Modeling of Extremes, Uncertainty Analysis, Statistical Downscaling, Regionalization and Prediction in Ungauged Basins, Risk Assessment under Non-stationarity.

Teaching Interests: Hydraulic Engineering, Open Channel Flows, Statistical/Machine Learning Applications in Water Science - Hydroinformatics, Applications of Probability and Statistics, Extreme Value Analysis, Hydroclimatology, 
Fluid Mechanics

  • Arpita Mondal goes west. To the AGU Fall Meeting (Dec, 2017) to present her poster, as well as that of her student Mariam. 
  • Neeraj Sah (Lab Alumnus, MTech 2015-17) selected for the prestigious DAAD-funded summer school on 'Enhancing Academic Qualification in Teaching and Research in Public Health' during Aug 2-29, 2017 at 
    Heidelberg University, Heidelberg, Germany.
  • Parvathi S (Lab Alumnus, MTech 2015-17) joins MWH Global at their Pune location.
  • Research project on Understanding Recent Extreme Events in India gets selected for funding by DST-UKIERI. This is a collaboration between IIT Bombay (lead), IIT Delhi and Oxford University. 
  • Arpita Mondal gets the Early Career Research Award by Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt of India.