Dr. Gyana Ranjan Tripathy
          Assistant Professor
          Department of Earth and Climate Sciences
          Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER)
          Dr. Homi Bhabha Road, Pashan
          Pune-411008, India

          Email: grtripathy@iiserpune.ac.in; grtripathy@gmail.com
          Phone: +91 20 2590 8275

Education

       Ph. D. (Isotope Geochemistry) :                 Physical Research Laboratory, India; 
                                                                         Mohanlal Sukhadia University, India
      M. Sc. (Physics)                       :                 Berhampur University, Odisha, India
      B. Sc. (Physics Honors)           :                 Berhampur University, Odisha, India

Experience

        Dec., 2014- Present                 :                Assistant Professor (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune, India)
      Apr., 2014- Dec., 2014             :                Assistant Professor (National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, India)
      Apr., 2012-Mar., 2014              :                Post-Doctoral Fellow (Colorado State University, USA)
       Nov., 2011- Apr., 2013             :                Scientist Fellow (CSIR-National Institute of Oceanography, Goa, India)
      Jan., 2011- Oct., 2011              :                Post-Doctoral Fellow (Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India)

Research

  •        Chemical weathering rates of Indian river basins
  •       Re-Os Geochronology of Black shales
  •       Reconstruction of past marine redox state
  •       Sediment Provenances of river and marine sediments       
  •       Weathering-Climate-Tectonics Link

Facilties

  •         Quadruple-ICP MS 
  •        Ion Chromatograph
  •       CHNS/O-Analyzer
  •       CO2 Coulometer
  •       Graphite Furnace-AAS
  •       Auto-Titrator
  •       Microwave Digestion unit

Research Group (Ph.D. students)  

  •         Anirban Mandal (2015-Present) :- Geochemical and isotopic studies of the Permian-Triassic shales: Implications to past marine redox state
  •         Mohd Danish (2016-Present):- Biogeochemical cycling of trace elements in tropical coastal lagoon: A case study from Chilika, India
  •         Anupam Samanta (2016-Present):- Climate and weathering linkage at seasonal to kilo-year timescales: Evidence from water and sediment chemistry

Awards and Recognition

  •         DST-SERB Early Career Research Award, 2017
  •       INSA Young Scientist Award, 2015 
  •       Young Associate, Indian Academy of Sciences, 2015
  •       DST-INSPIRE Faculty Award, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 2013

Publications ($Student Author)