Early Academic Pursuits
Her academic journey began with a Bachelor's in Geology from the University of Calcutta, where she displayed exceptional aptitude by graduating with First Class Honors in 1998. This was followed by a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Geology from the same institution in 2000, again securing a First Class position. Her academic dedication culminated in a Ph.D. in Geology from the University of Calcutta in 2013, solidifying her expertise in the field.
Her professional trajectory is marked by significant contributions in the domain of Geology. From her early career as a Junior Research Fellow in projects funded by the Indian Space Research Organisation and the Department of Science and Technology, she advanced to roles as a Lecturer in Geology at Asutosh College, Kolkata, and later as a Faculty in the Department of Geology at the University of Calcutta. Her stint as a Research Assistant at the Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics in Prague has broadened her international research exposure.
Contributions and Research Focus
Dr. Goswami has made substantial contributions to the field of Geology, particularly in the realms of Active Tectonics, Geomorphology, and Quaternary Geology of the Eastern Himalayas. Her research endeavors have been multifaceted, encompassing Structural Geology, Petrographic Studies of rocks, and the establishment of a Geomorphology Remote Sensing Laboratory at the University of Calcutta.
Accolades and Recognition
Acknowledged for her scholarly pursuits, Dr. Chandreyee Goswami received accolades in the form of National Scholarships during her schooling years and excelled in the National Eligibility Test for research and lecturership in Earth Sciences. Her participation and presentations in numerous national and international workshops and conferences have showcased her research prowess and garnered appreciation.
Impact and Influence
Her scholarly publications in reputed journals, such as the Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, Quaternary International, and Frontiers in Earth Science, signify her impact in disseminating knowledge. Additionally, her involvement in funded projects focusing on topics like Neotectonics, Paleoseismology, and Morpho-tectonics in the Eastern Himalayas highlights her substantial influence in the field.
Legacy and Future Contributions
Her legacy is evident in her extensive research output and her commitment to training future geologists. Her future contributions are anticipated to delve deeper into the tectonic evolution of the Himalayas and continue her pursuit of understanding the complexities of Earth's geology, possibly expanding her work to encompass broader international collaborations.
Tectonic control on the drainage system in a piedmont region in tectonically active eastern Himalayas
C Goswami, D Mukhopadhyay, BC Poddar
Geomorphology in relation to tectonics: A case study from the eastern Himalayan foothills of West Bengal, India
CC Goswami, D Mukhopadhyay, BC Poddar
( 36 )2013
Evolution of landscape in a piedmont section of Eastern Himalayan foothills along India-Bhutan border: A tectono-geomorphic perspective
C Chakrabarti Goswami, P Jana, JC Weber
Tectonic control on the drainage system in a piedmont region in tectonically active eastern Himalayas. Front Earth Sci 6 (1): 29–38
C Goswami, D Mukhopadhyay, BC Poddar
( 8 )2012
Paleoseismological findings along the identified back thrust in the Eastern Himalayan foothills near the India-Bhutan border
CC Goswami, M Jaiswal, S Dasgupra, A Singh
Reply to Comments from R. Kar and T. Chakraborty on our paper “Geomorphology in relation to tectonics: A case study from the eastern Himalayan foothill of West Bengal, India”
CC Goswami, D Mukhopadhyayb, BC Poddarc
INQUA Focus Group on Paleoseismology and Active Tectonics
CC Goswami, S Sarkar, BC Poddar
A total of 102 citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.
- Citations 102 78
- h-index 4 4
- i10-index 3 3