Vyasulu Akkiraju

 
Project Scientist-C

Educational Qualification : 
  • Present        Pursuing Ph.D.(Geophysics)
  • 2005            M. Sc. (Electronics), Acharya Nagarjuna University                                      (74.6%)
  • 2002           B. Sc. (Maths, Electronics, Computers), Acharya                                            Nagarjuna   University (76.5%)
  • 1999            10+2(Maths,Physics&Chemistry),Board of Intermediate                             Education,Andhra Pradesh (74.8%)                     
  • 1997            Matriculation, Board ofSecondary Education, Andhra                                  Pradesh    (70.3%)

CONFERENCES:

1.      Vyasulu V. Akkiraju, Sukanta Roy(2015). Geothermal Climate Change Observatory, south India: results from first five years of operation. For poster presentation atInternational Union of Geodesy & Geophysics (IUGG)General Assembly, Prague, Czech Republic, 22 June – 2 July, 2015.

2.      Sukanta Roy, Deepjyoti Goswami, Vyasulu V. Akkiraju (2015). Scientific drilling in Koyna, India to study reservoir triggered earthquakes: heat flow, subsurface temperatures and implications for seismogenesis.For oral presentation atInternational Union of Geodesy & Geophysics (IUGG)General Assembly, Prague, Czech Republic, 22 June – 2 July, 2015.

3.      Deepjyoti Goswami, Vyasulu V. Akkiraju, G. Ravi, Digant Vyas, Sukanta Roy (2014). Scientific drilling in the Koyna-Warna region, Deccan Trap, western India. Proc., ICDP International Workshop “Probing Reservoir Triggered Earthquakes through Scientific Drilling”, 16-18 May, 2014, Koyna, India.

4.      Deepjyoti Goswami, Vyasulu V. Akkiraju, Sukanta Roy (2014). Proc., ICDP International Workshop “Probing Reservoir Triggered Earthquakes through Scientific Drilling”, 16-18 May, 2014, Koyna, India.

5.      Roy, S., Akkiraju. V. Vyasulu, Goswami, D., Vyas, D., Ravi, G., Rao, N.P., Sen, M.K., Gupta, H. (2013). First results from borehole investigations at Koyna, India, site of proposed scientific deep drilling to study reservoir triggered seismicity. Proc., American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 9-13 Dec., 2013, San Francisco.

6.      Vyasulu V. Akkiraju and Sukanta Roy (2013). Tracking between air and ground temperatures at the CSIR-NGRI Geothermal Climate Change Observatory in South India. For poster presentation at PAGES-2013, Goa, 13 – 17 February, 2013.

7.      Vyasulu V. Akkiraju and Sukanta Roy (2011). Geothermal Climate Change Observatory in South India: Results from the First Year of Operation for presentation atInternational Union of Geodesy & Geophysics (IUGG)General Assembly, Melbourne, Australia, 27 June – 7 July, 2011.

8.      Vyasulu V. Akkiraju and Sukanta Roy (2011). Geothermal Climate Change Observatory in South India: First Results. For poster presentation at Indian Geophysical Union, Visakhapatnam, 20 – 22 December, 2011.

9.      P. Nagaraju, L. Ray, G. Ravi, Vyasulu V. Akkiraju, S.P. Singh and S. Roy, 2011. Radiogenic Heat Production in the Bundelkhand craton, Central India: Implications on Crustal Thermal Structure. Proc., 48th Annual Convention of the IGU on “Modern Trends in Geophysical Exploration of Continental Margins of India and adjoining Seas”. Dec, 20-22, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, p. no. 55.

10.  Nagaraju P., Labani Ray, G.Ravi, A.V.Vyasulu, S.P.Singh, Sukanta Roy (2010). Radioelemental abundances and Heat Production in Bundelkhand Craton, Central India. Participated in the National Symposium on Geology and Mineral Resources of Bundelkhand Craton (GMRB-2010), Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, October 8-10th, 2010. Abstracts, pp 47, October 2010.

11.  A.V.Vyasulu and Sukanta Roy (2009). A Geothermal Climate Change Observatory in India. Participated and presented at the 1o World – Y.E.S. Congress 2009, Young Earth Scientists for Society, China University of Geosciences (Beijing);Peking University, China, October 25-28th, 2009. Earth Science Frontiers, Vol. 16, pp 98, October 2009.

12.  A.V.Vyasuluand Sukanta Roy (2009). Geothermal Record of Climate Change in India. Participated and gave presentation at the seminar on Climate Change: Causes, Measures, Preparedness organized by University Centre for Earth & Space Sciences, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,August 24-26th, 2009. Abstracts, pp 80, August 2009.








Technical Report

1.      N.P. Rao, S. Roy, ….Vyasulu V. Akkiraju, ……… (42 authors) (2016). Geophysical and Seismological Studies in Koyna-Warna Region; CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute, Technical Report # NGRI-2016-SEISM-907.


2.      Sukanta Roy and Vyasulu V. Akkiraju (2012). Geothermics of Climate Change: Looking for 19th Century Baseline Temperature Scenario in India; Department of Science and Technology, Technical Report # NGRI-2012-LITHOS-782.

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