Recent research activity
- Proterozoic, high-grade metamorphic complexes of Eastern India: An ~1800 km-long, tectono-metamorphic belt existed in mid-Neoproterozoic Rodinia. Known as the Eastern Indian Tectonic Zone, this belt stretches from Eastern India through the Kerguelen Plateau to the coast of East Antarctica. An Early Cambrian shear zone in Northeastern India is correlated with the Pan-African Gondwana suture.
- Collisional deformation and high-grade metamorphism in the Western Himalayas: A collaborative study funded by MIT MISTI to understand the Early Cenozoic collisional mechanism between India and Asia.
- Neoproterozoic metamorphism in Eastern India: Rodinia break-up and Gondwana assembly
- Naga Hills Ophiolite: early subduction of Indian plate under Burma microplate
- Eruption and emplacement of the Deccan flood basalts: geochemical perspective
- Hydrous peridotite melting in the mantle wedge
- Other topics