Saravanan, Aatralarasi

Doctoral Researcher

    UNU-FLORES, Ammonstrasse 74, Dresden, 01067, Germany

    Research Interests

    • Adaptation
    • Hydrological Modelling


    • Bachelor, Agriculture, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, India (2017)
    • Master, Agricultural Meteorology, Punjab Agricultural University, India (2019)


    • Senior Research Fellow, Agricultural Technology Application Research Institute, India
    • Senior Research Fellow, Department of Climate Change and Agricultural Meteorology, Punjab Agricultural University, India
    • Joint Student’s Club Secretary, PAJANCOA & RI, Karaikal, India

    Biographical Statement

    Aatralarasi Saravanan is a Doctoral Researcher in the Joint PhD. Programme in Integrated Management of Water, Soil, and Waste between Technische Universität Dresden and UNU-FLORES. She is working on the topic “Climate Change and Water Availability in data-scarce regions – Advancing the Nexus of Water-Soil-Atmosphere by a combination of Remote Sensing and Modelling”, her research focuses on investigating the spatial pattern of rainfall indicators and irrigation using remote sensing. Through her research, she will develop a Decision Support System for climate change adaptation of cropping systems in semi-arid regions, including irrigation. Before joining UNU FLORES, Aatralarasi worked as a Senior Research Fellow in the research project “Towards Climate Resilient Livestock Production system in Punjab”. Her primary research interest is to develop climate-resilient techniques to manage hydrometeorological hazards in the face of climate change.