Dr. Surobhi Deka

Dr. Surobhi Deka

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. : Tezpur University, Assam

Research Interests:

Applied Statistics, Weather Data modeling
Date of Joining : Oct 1, 2015

Phone: 9706070529
Email: surobhi.deka@cottonuniversity.ac.in

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About

Career Profile/Services:

1. Assistant Professor, Cotton University, Guwahati, Assam (2015 to present)

2. Assistant Professor, NERIM, Guwahati, Assam (2014-2015)

3. Assistant Professor, Kaziranga University, Jorhat, Assam (2012-2014)

4. Woman Scientist, Tezpur University, Assam (2009-2012)

Activities/assignments in the University:

1. Departmental representative, IQAC

Research Projects

Sl. No. Principal Investigator Co Principal Investigator Title of the Project Period Sponsoring Agency Sanctioned Amount Status
1 S. Deka Nil Modeling of Flood Hazard with Special Reference to North East India 2009- 2012 DST Rs. 790517/- Completed
 

Research paper publications till 2021

1. S. Deka, (2018), Determination of the Order of a Markov Chain for Daily Rainfall Data of North East India: "Application AIC criterion", Journal of Applied and Natural Science, 10(1),80-87.

2. S. Deka, (2014) Statistical Analysis of Annual Maximum Rainfall Data of North-East India Based on the Methods of TL-Moment, Int. J. Stat. Math., 9(1), 40-47.

3. S. Deka, S and B. Deka, (2013), Zeros of Ttrigonometric Like Functions via Two Point Boundary Value Problems, Mathematical Forum, 25, 1-14.

4. S. Deka, and M. Borah, (2012), Statistical Analysis of Flood Peak data of North Brahmaputra Region of India based on the methods of TL-moment, Inter Stat., Accepted.

5. S. Deka, S. C. Kakaty and M. Borah, (2011), Statistical Analysis of Annual Maximum Rainfall in North-East India: An Application of LH-Moments, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 104(1-2), 111-122.

6. S. Deka, S. C. Kakaty and M. Borah, (2010), Distributions of Annual Maximum Rainfall Series of North-East India, European Water, 27/28, 3-14.

7. S. Deka, S. C. Kakaty and M. Borah, (2010), Statistical Modeling of Wet and Dry Spell Frequencies over NorthEast India, Journal of Applied and Natural Science, 2, 42-47.

8. S. Deka, S. C. Kakaty and M. Borah, (2009), Fitting of Probability Distributions for daily rainfall data of NorthEast India, Contribution to Applied and Mathematical Sciences, 4, 42-52.

9. S. Deka, S. C. Kakaty and M. Borah, (2008), Use of Probability Distributions for the Analysis of Daily Rainfall Data of North East India, Mausam, 59, 518-527.

10. S. Deka, S. C. Kakaty and M. Borah, (2008), Statistical Modeling of Rainfall Data: Markov Chain Approach, Journal of Empirical Research in Social Science, 3, 77-82.

Chapters/Articles publications in Books (Research Oriented)

1. S. Deka, A review on statistical procedure to determine climate change with special reference to North East India, in AALORAN, 1st Ed., March, 2018, Purbayon Publication, Guwahati, Assam, on behalf of 115th Orientation Programme, HRDC, Gauhati University, Guwahati, ISBN 978-81-92955-43-8.

Research Scholars

Sl.No Name Research Topic Roll No
1 Swapan Bhattacharjee Statistical Analysis of Cancer Data

Other Informations

Awards and Distinctions :

1. Recipient of the Swapnalika Bhattacharyya Memorial Award for securing Highest Marks in Statistics in PG 1st and 2nd semester of Dibrugarh University, 2003.

2. Secured 1 st Class 1st Position in the M.Sc. (Statistics) Examination 2004 conducted by Dibrugarh University, India

Invited Lecture: 

1. Lecture on “ Statistical Modeling of Flood Peak Data of North Brahmaputra region of India” invited by International Workshop on Hydro-Meteorological Modeling for Flood Prediction in Northeast India, Cotton University, Guwahati, Date: 07/03/2018

Association with Professional Bodies :

1. Reviewer for the international Journal Theoretical and Applied Climatology published by Springer.

2. Reviewer for the international Journal Sri Lankan Journal of Applied Statistics published by the Institute of Applied Statistics, Sri Lanka, IASSL.