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Prof. V. Chandrasekar is an internationally reputed radar scientist, who played an important role in developing modern radar instruments in the world stage and makes algorithms for radar measurements. The methodologies he developed are currently used worldwide in many meteorological agencies in the world, including, US, Europe and Asia. He has been the Engineering director of the CSU CHILL National Radar Facility a, NSF facility operated for the Prestigious US National Science Foundation by Colorado State University. In addition he has been responsible for developing the concepts for X band radar Networks through the CASA program. He has co-authored the authoritative text book the field titled, ?Principles and Applications of Polarimetric Weather Radar, widely used in the field.? He is author of another five general purpose books published by the US national Academy and is a co-author, of about 240 journal articles in weather radar field.