• Department of Energy and Environment
Area of Expertise
Dr. Sachdeva works in the research domain of atmospheric process and its linkages with climate change. She has completed her doctorate in atmospheric chemistry in 2008 from JNU and published several research papers and book chapters in the area of atmospheric sciences.
During her tenure of research, she has explored basic and applied research questions on chemical and physical processes involving aerosols, as well as organic and metal pollutants of relevance to the environment and its interfaces. She and her research team’s direct contributions are to the fields of atmospheric sciences and climate change, specifically aerosol-fog interaction, air pollution, aerosols and health, fog chemistry and micrometeorology.
Kamna Sachdeva and A.K Attri (2008). Morphological characterization of carbonaceous aggregates in soot and freefall aerosol samples: A case study from Delhi, India. Atmospheric Environment, ISSN: 1352-2310, 42, 1025-1034
Anuba Agrawal, V. K Upadhyay and Kamna Sachdeva (2011). Study of aerosol behavior based on morphological characteristics during Festival events in India during festival events in India. Atmospheric Environment, ISSN: 1352-2310, 45, 3640-3644
Priya Narayanan, Ashoke Basistha and Kamna Sachdeva (2013). Trend Analysis and ARIMA modeling of Pre-Monsoon rainfall data for Western India. Comptes Rendus Geosciences, ISSN: 161-0713, 345, 22-27
Pooja Arora, Suresh Jain, Kamna Sachdeva (2013). Physical characterization of particulate matter emitted from wood combustion in improved and traditional cookstoves. Energy for Sustainable Development, ISSN: 0973-0826, Volume 17, Issue 5, 497–503
Pooja Arora, Kamna Sachdeva, Suresh Jain (2014). Laboratory based assessment of cookstove performance using energy and emission parameters for north Indian cooking cycle. Biomass and Bioenergy, ISSN: 09619534, Volume 69, 2011-221
Priya Narayanan, Ashoke Basistha and Kamna Sachdeva (2016). Trend Analysis and Forecast of Pre-monsoon Rainfall over India. Weather, ISSN: 431656, volume, 71, issue 4, 94-99
Priya Narayanan, Ashoke Basistha and Kamna Sachdeva (2016). Understanding trends and shifts in rainfall in parts of north western India based on global climatic indices. Weather, ISSN: 431656, Volume 71, Issue 8 Pages 198–203
Sanjay Kumar Srivastava, Anu R sharma and Kamna Sachdeva (2017). A ground observation based climatology and forecasting of winter fog: study over Ghaziabad, NCR, India, Weather, ISSN:00129976, volume 72:1, 16-22
S Tigala, AR Sharma and Kamna Sachdeva (2018). Health risk assessment due to biomass smoke exposure in Indian indoor environment: An empirical approach using lung deposition model. Science of the Total Environment, ISSN: 0048-9697, volume 640, 935-942
R Shukla, A Agarwal, Kamna Sachdeva, J Kurths and PK Joshi (2019). Climate change perception: an analysis of climate change and risk perceptions among farmer types of Indian Western Himalayas. Climatic Change, ISSN: 0165-0009, volume 152, issue 1, 103-119
Young Scientist Award from Department of Science and Technology in 2009
Grant from SIDA for Attending Advance Training on “Air Pollution and Management&rdquo
Associate Guest Faculty of Institute of Secretarial training and Management in the Climate Change domain
Certified trainer from GIZ in the subject area of “Cities and Climate Change&rdquo
Coordinator, ITEC program of MEA (2009-2017) on “Climate Change and Sustainability&rdquo
Size resolved characterization of Particulate and carbonaceous aerosol Emissions from biomass burning in Delhi Region, DST.
Development of a knowledge-based decision tool to simulate mechanism of vegetation change due to climate change in western Himalayan Eco-region, MoEFCC.
Brown carbon characterization, FMI.
Hi-AWARE- Himalayan adaptation, water and resilience, ICIMOD.