International Collaborations and Visits

  • We are doing collaborative research work in the field of Space Science (Whistlers, VLF emissions, and fixed frequency VLF transmitter signals) with the space research group of the Department of Geophysics, Eotvos University, Budapest, Hungary, since 1998.
  • There is a very active collaborative research programme between our group at Agra and the group led by Prof. M. Hayakawa in the University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan in the field of Seismo-Electromagnetics and Space Science. We have published several research papers in these areas jointly.
  • We have secured Category-1 user of DEMETER satellite data which was launched in space on 23 June, 2004 for Space Science and Seismo-Ionospheric studies.
  • Prof. M. Hayakawa of the University of Electro-communication’s Tokyo, Japan visited our laboratory on 29 November, 1999. He also delivered a lecture before the B.Tech students in the faculty of engineering.
  • Dr. D. Hamar and Dr. J. Litchenberger of the Evotvos University, Budapest, Hungary, visited our laboratory during 20-21 March, 2000 and interacted with us about whistler studies at Agra.
  • Prof. M. Hayakawa of the University of Electro-communication, Tokyo, Japan visited our laboratory on 19 November, 2000.
  • Dr. J. Litchenberger and Dr. D. Hamar visited our laboratory during 3-5 February, 2001 as part of collaborative research program between India (Agra, Varanasi, and Jammu) and Hungary (Evotvos University, Budapest).
  • Mr. Pavlo Maltsev of LVIV Centre of Institute of space research, Ukraine, visited our laboratory during 20-30 May, 2002 in connection with setting up of ULF sensors.
  • Prof. M. Hayakawa of UEC, Tokyo, Prof. K. Ohta of Chubu University, and Dr. K. Hattori of Chiba University, Japan, visited our laboratory on the occasion of inauguration of our new Seismo-Electromagnetic and Space Research Laboratory, 23 November, 2006.
  • Prof. Y. Hobara of the University of Electro-Communication visited our laboratory on 18 November, 2010 and went through various experiments of the laboratory.

Last Updated on July 1, 2011