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Geologist

Ganesh Raj Joshi, Nepalese geologist. Achievements include research in mainly focuses on the seismo-tectonics of the Himalaya-Tibet orogen more particularly on the style of deformation, mechanism & causes of faulting using finite element modeling; research in arsenic contamination & its relation with geology in Terai basin of Nepal. Grantee Monbukagakusho, Government Japan, 2005-2010.

Background

Joshi, Ganesh Raj was born on May 24, 1975 in Uditola-Silghari, Doti, Nepal. Son of Dirgha Raj and Basu Devi Joshi; 1 child Shubham.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Tirbhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal, 1999; Master of Science , Tirbhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal, 2001; Master of Science, University Ryukyus, Nishihara, Okinawa, Japan, 2007; Doctor of Philosophy, University Ryukyus, Nishihara, Okinawa, Japan, 2010; Certified geologist Geological Society Nepal, 2002.

Career

Lecturer, Tir-Chandra College, Tirbhuvan University; researcher Physics & Earth Science, University Ryukyus; Advisory committee member International Conference Engineering Trends Engineering, 2010; Contributor articles to professional journals.

Achievements

  • research in mainly focuses on the seismo-tectonics of the Himalaya-Tibet orogen more particularly on the style of deformation, mechanism & causes of faulting using finite element modeling

  • Research in arsenic contamination & its relation with geology in Terai basin of Nepal

  • Achievements include research in mainly focuses on the seismo-tectonics of the Himalaya-Tibet orogen more particularly on the style of deformation, mechanism & causes of faulting using finite element modeling; research in arsenic contamination & its relation with geology in Terai basin of Nepal

  • Achievements include research in mainly focuses on the seismo-tectonics of the Himalaya-Tibet orogen more particularly on the style of deformation, mechanism & causes of faulting using finite element modeling; research in arsenic contamination & its relation with geology in Terai basin of Nepal

Membership

  • Geological Society Japan

  • Geological Society American

  • American Geophysical Union

  • Nepal Geological Society

Connections

Spouse Usha Sharma, April 22, 2002.

father:
Dirgha

mother:
Basu