SAMEECSN

iLEAPS South Asian and Middle East Early Career Scientists Network (SAMEECSN)

iLEAPS South Asian and Middle East Early Career Scientists Network (SAMEECSN)

iLEAPS South Asian and Middle East Early Career Scientists Network (SAMEECSN) is dedicated to providing platform in the form of networking opportunities, international collaborations and other resources necessary to give direction to researchers so that work can be done on a large scale in the field of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. Currently headed by Dr. Pallavi Saxena (click for details) from India, who try to work in a best possible way and serve you in exploring more and more opportunities.

This network is a non-profit international union of scientists from two regions i.e. South Asian and Middle east region. Membership is open to early career scientists who are officially engaged in or associated with different fields in earth and atmospheric sciences. We welcome you and happy to join hands with you.

 
 

PROFESSIONAL HONORS, AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

  1. Awarded 2nd Prize in Best Performer during oral presentation at SAC 12 organized by BARC, Mumbai at BITS Goa, 14th- 22nd Nov. 2016.

  2. Selected as Climate Change Reality Leader during Climate Change Reality Leadership Training, 2015.

  3. Name included in the Directory of Plant Physiologists of India, 2014 published by IARI, New Delhi.

  4. BioCaRe Award from DBT, India as Young Scientist.

  5. Awarded Young Scientist Award (Third Prize) in National Conference of Plant Physiology, 2013 on “Current Trends in Plant Biology Research”, at Directorate of Groundnut Research, Junagadh, Gujarat, 13th – 16th Dec, 2013.

  6. Selected as ISRO Sponsored Scientist for participation in 39th COSPAR Assembly, 14th – 21st July, 2012, Infosys Mysore organized by COSPAR, France and ISRO, India.

  7. Departmental Topper in M.Phil programme (2005-2007) in School of Environmental Studies, University of Delhi.

  8. PRL Post Doctoral Fellowship 2013-14.

  9. CSIR SRF 2012-13.

  10. Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund Scholarships 2009-2010.