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Dr. Madineni Venkat Ratnam | Aerosol dynamics | Best Researcher Award

Scientist SG, National Atmospheric Research Laboratory, India

Dr. Madineni Venkat Ratnam, a distinguished Scientist SG at the National Atmospheric Research Laboratory in India, has been honored with the prestigious Best Researcher Award for his pioneering work in aerosol dynamics 🏆. Through his relentless dedication and innovative research, Dr. Ratnam has significantly advanced our understanding of atmospheric aerosols, their dynamics, and their impact on climate and air quality. His contributions stand as a beacon in the field, inspiring fellow researchers and shaping the trajectory of atmospheric science. Dr. Ratnam’s exceptional achievements underscore his commitment to excellence and his invaluable role in addressing pressing environmental challenges.


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🎓 Dr. M. Venkat Ratnam holds a B.Sc. in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Hindi, and English (1994) from Osmania University, followed by an M.Sc. in Physics with Distinction (1997) and a Ph.D. in Physics (2001) from Osmania University and Sir Venkateswara University respectively. 📚


👨‍🔬 Dr. Ratnam has had an illustrious career in atmospheric research, serving as a Scientist at the National Atmospheric Research Laboratory (NARL), Department of Space, Government of India since 2006. He has also been a Japan Society for Promotion of the Sciences (JSPS) fellow at Kyoto University. His tenure includes various levels of scientific roles at NARL, showcasing his dedication and expertise in atmospheric science. 🌐

Research Interests

🔬 Dr. Ratnam’s research interests primarily revolve around aerosols, trace gases, climate, and middle atmospheric structure and dynamics. His extensive experience in this field has led to numerous impactful contributions, as evidenced by his significant citation count and co-authored publications. 🌍


🏆 Dr. Ratnam has been honored with prestigious awards including the NASA Group Achievement Award, the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize, and the NASI-SCOPUS Young Scientist award, recognizing his outstanding contributions to Earth, Atmosphere, Ocean, and Planetary Sciences. 🥇

Publications Top Notes

“Identification of atmospheric boundary layer height over a tropical station using high‐resolution radiosonde refractivity profiles” (2009), cited 151 times.🌐

“Global and seasonal variations of stratospheric gravity wave activity” (2004), cited 114 times.🌍

“Validation of the COSMIC radio occultation data over Gadanki” (2009), cited 48 times.📊


Madineni Venkat Ratnam | Aerosol dynamics | Best Researcher Award

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