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Pramit Kumar Deb Burman Scientist C pramit@outlook.in Centre for Climate Change Research Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology Pune India

Pramit Kumar Deb Burman Scientist C pramit@outlook.in Centre for Climate Change Research Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology Pune India

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NO HAZE HACK THE ARCTIC 2021 License Attribution CC BY-NC-SA By: Marika Fox Dung Duong Ellen Ilivitzky Pramit Deb Burman

HACK THE ARCTIC 12-14 . 03 . 2021 oo This certificate proudly confirms that Pramit Deb Burman participated successfully in a 48-hour hackathon on March 12-14 2021 , achieving the following merits: 0 Working as part of a multidisciplinary team 0 Creating a data-based service, including planning, design, data analysis, and prototype development 0 Engaging in international networking 0 Attending keynotes by science and data experts 0 Preparing and performing a pitch for a product or project ENVRI Hanna Lappalainen PEEX Secretary General INAR #hackthearctic JUNCTION

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Slos SIOS's Online Conference Announcement-2021 SIOS's Online Conference on "Earth Observation (EO) and Remote Sensing (RS) applications in Svalbard" Inviting abstracts from the Svalbard science community working on applications using Earth Observation (EO), Remote Sensing (RS), and Geoinformation (Gl) We are pleased to announce SIOS's Online conference on "Earth Observation (EO) and Remote Sensing (RS) applications in Svalbard". This online conference is being organized and coordinated by the SIOS-KC, Remote Sensing Working Group (RSWG), and guest editors of SIOS's special issue on EO/RS/GI. This online conference is being organized to: • to promote the work of PhD students, postdocs, researchers, senior scientists, and academics who are actively contributing to the science of Svalbard. • review the state-of-the-art EO and RS applications in Svalbard and; • provide social experienæ to the Svalbard scientific during the pandemic time. Significance of online conference for the Svalbard scientific community: This online conference will attract EO/RS/GI based contributions from projects supported by the SIOS ACCESS program, relevant studies from SIOS-SESS reports (2019, 2020, and 2021), outcomes from recently concluded SIOS's multidisciplinary snow workshop, SIOS-lnfraNor, relevant projects supported by Norwegian Space Agency (NoSA) and Research Council of Norway (RCN), applications based on airborne data derived from SIOS-NORCE research aircraft, relevant follow-up studies presented in Svalbard Science Conference 2017 and 2019, related studies from Ny Ålesund Flagship programmes, outcomes of scientific projects under SIOS-lnfraNor initiative, EO/RS/ based projects from Research in Svalbard (RiS) database of Svalbard Science Forum (SSF), outcnmes from national and international projects such as cryosphere virtual lab (CVL), regional and Svalbard-wide RS activities being conducted at SIOS infrastructures by its member institutes and of course wider international scientific researcher community working in Svalbard.

NoHaze: an app to track the atmospheric pollution and visibility in the arctic Lead / presenting author: Pramit Kumar Deb Burman, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Ministry of Earth Sciences, Pune, India Co-authors: Dung Duong Anh, ; Ellen Ilivitzky, Department of Geology and Geography, University of Turku, Turku, Finland; , Abstract: Our project: Haze is an atmospheric phenomenon that has impacts on visibility and human health. In recent times, the occurrence of haze events has increased in the arctic regions due to the increased amounts of pollutants such as particulate matters and trace gases in the atmosphere. In the present work, we build an application using in situ measurements and satellite observations to track the arctic haze events in real time. This is aimed at informing travelers about the pollution level at their destinations.

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INARI Course certificate This is to certify that Pramit Kumar Deb Burman has participated on the training course ATM319: Atmospheric observations of aerosols, clouds and reactive trace gases organized by University of Helsinki, Finland and earned the grade Pass. The intensive course was held between May 3rd and 10th, 2021. The course is organized by the Master Programme in Atmospheric Sciences (ATM-MP) at the Uni- versity of Helsinki, jointly with ACTRIS (Aerosols, Clouds, and Trace gases Research Infrastructure), Nordic graduate school CBACCI and Atmosphere and Climate Competence Center (ACCC). The course is an advanced course in atmospheric science, and it is worth 5 credits in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). The total workload of the course is 135 academic hours including lectures, pre-assignments, group work, group presentations, and a written final report. The grading of the course is pass/ fail. The course covered the following topics: Basic principles and most important in- strumentation for in-situ measurements and ground based remote sensing tech- niques of atmospheric aerosols, reactive trace gases, ice-nucleating particles and clouds. Open data, data management and data quality within atmospheric science and integration of different observations. Trace gas-aerosol and aerosol-cloud in- teractions. The lectures were given by: Assoc. prof. Katrianne Lehtipalo (INAR), prof. Paolo Laj (INAR/CNRS), Dr. Ann Mari Fjäraa (NILU), Dr. Yong Lin (NILU), Dr. Evelyn Freney (CNRS), Dr. Martine Collaud Coen (Meteostviss), Dr. Jean-Philippe Putaud (JCR), Dr. Therese Salameh (ITM Lille Douai), Dr. Tuija Jokinen (INAR), Research Prof. Euxm O'Connor (FM", Dr. Ottmar Möhler (KIT), prof. Johannes Quaas (U. Leipzig) and prof. Dmitri Moisseev (INAR). Helsinki, June 15th, 2021 Asstx:iate Prof. Katrianne LehtiFN110 katrianne.lehtipalcv@helsinki.fi hutitute and 64 (Gustaf university Helsinki Telephone 3589 191 50718, +3589 www.atm.twlsinki.fii

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