ISRO to support eight joint research projects of IIT-D

New Delhi, April 21

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will support eight joint research projects mooted by the space technology cell (STC) of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi.

The ISRO will support the projects under its “respond” programme for varying duration of one to three years. The IIT Delhi space technology cell is functional since November 2019.

The eight collaborative research projects on which the scientists from different ISRO centres and IIT, Delhi, will work jointly include application for aerospace, space and hydro-extremes to bring about applications for drought and flood forecasting. The unit will establish an Indian Land Data Assimilation System (ILDAS) for identifying hydrologic extremes. — TNS

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