DR. MANNE JANGA REDDY 

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                   Brief Statistics about my publications :  Google Scholar Citations: 1925, h-index:21, i-10 index : 32

                                                                               Scopus Citations: 1304, h-index: 19, i-10 index : 27   (source: Scopus,  July 2019)          

                                                                                                     

Academic Identity

 

 Refereed Journals

  1. Adarsh S and M. Janga Reddy (2019). Multiscale Modeling of Monthly Streamflows using MEMD-GP Coupled Approach. International Journal of River Basin Management (TRBM), DOI: 10.1080/15715124.2019.1656220.

  2. Akbari, S. and M. Janga Reddy (2019). Change detection and attribution of flow regime: A case study of Allegheny river catchment, PA (US). Science of the Total Environment, (2019), 662: 192-204 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.01.042.

  3. Adarsh S and M. Janga Reddy(2019). Multiscale characterization and prediction of reservoir inflows using MEMD-SLR Coupled ApproachJournal of Hydrologic Engineering, 2019, 24(1): 04018059. DOI:10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001732.

  4. Adarsh S and M. Janga Reddy (2019). Evaluation of trends and predictability of short-term droughts in three meteorological subdivisions of India using multivariate EMD-based hybrid modellingHydrological Processes, 2019, 33:130143. https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.13316.

  5. Sirsant S. and M. Janga Reddy(2018). SaDE algorithm for reliability-based design of water distribution networks. Water Utility Journal, EWRA, Vol. 19, pp. 59-70.

  6. Adarsh S and M. Janga Reddy (2018). Multiscale characterization and prediction of monsoon rainfall in India using Hilbert Huang transform and time dependent intrinsic correlation analysisMeteorology and Atmospheric Physics, (2018) 130:667688. DOI: 10.1007/s00703-017-0545-6.

  7. Adarsh S and M. Janga Reddy (2018). Developing hourly intensity duration frequency curves for urban areas in India using multivariate empirical mode decomposition and scaling theory. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, Springer, Vol. 32, No.6, pp. 1889-1902. DOI 10.1007/s00477-018-1545-x.  

  8. Sirsant, S. and M. Janga Reddy (2018). Reliability based design of water distribution networks using self adaptive differential evolution algorithmISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Taylor & Francis, Vol. 24, No.2, 198-212, DOI: 10.1080/09715010.2017.1408038.

  9. Adarsh S and M. Janga Reddy (2018). Multiscale characterization and prediction of monsoon rainfall in India using Hilbert Huang transform and time dependent intrinsic correlation analysis. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, Springer, DOI: 10.1007/s00703-017-0545-6.  (*JIF-2017: 1.356).

  10. Adarsh S and M. Janga Reddy (2018). Developing hourly intensity duration frequency curves for urban areas in India using multivariate empirical mode decomposition and scaling theory. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, Springer, Vol. 32, No.6, pp. 1889-1902. DOI 10.1007/s00477-018-1545-x.  (*JIF-2017: 2.668).

  11. Sirsant, S. and M. Janga Reddy (2018). Reliability based Design of Water Distribution Networks Using Self Adaptive Differential Evolution Algorithm, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Taylor & Francis, Vol. 24, No.2, 198-212, DOI: 10.1080/09715010.2017.1408038. (*JIF-2017: 0.159).

  12. Sirsant, S. and M. Janga Reddy (2017) Reliability-based design of water distribution networks considering mechanical failures. European Water, Vol. 58, pp.407-414.

  13. Nandi, S. and M.J. Reddy (2017). Distributed rainfall runoff modeling over Krishna river basin. European Water, Vol. 57, pp.71-76.

  14. Adarsh S and M. Janga Reddy (2017). Investigating the multiscale variability and teleconnections of extreme temperature over southern India using the Hilbert Huang transform. Modeling Earth Systems and Environment, Springer Vol 3, No. 8, pp.1-14. DOI: 10.1007/s40808-017-0281-4.

  15. Adarsh S and M. Janga Reddy (2016) Analysing the Hydroclimatic Teleconnections of Summer Monsoon Rainfall in Kerala, India Using Multivariate Empirical Mode Decomposition and Time Dependent Intrinsic CorrelationIEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters , Vol. 13, No.9  , pp. 1221-1225. (*JIF-2014: 2.760).

  16. Adarsh S and M. Janga Reddy (2016). Multiscale Characterization of Streamflow and Suspended Sediment Concentration data using Hilbert Huang Transform and Time Dependent Intrinsic Correlation Analysis. Modeling Earth Systems and Environment, Springer, 2: 199, 1-17. doi:10.1007/s40808-016-0254-z.

  17. M. Janga Reddy and S. Adarsh (2016) Time-frequency characterization of sub-divisional scale seasonal rainfall in India using the Hilbert-Huang transform, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, Vol.30 , No. 4 , pp. 1063-1085, DOI: 10.1007/s00477-015-1165-7. (*JIF-2017: 2.668)

  18. A. Sivasena Reddy and M. Janga Reddy (2015). Evaluating the influence of spatial resolutions of DEM on watershed runoff and sediment yield using SWAT modelJournal of Earth System Science, Springer, Vol.124 , No. 7 , pp. 1517-1529. (*JIF-2017: 0.890)

  19. S. Adarsh and M. Janga Reddy (2015). Gravitational search algorithm for probabilistic design of HBPS canals. ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Taylor & Francis, Vol.21, No. 3, 290-297.  (*JIF-2017: 0.158)

  20. S. Adarsh and M. Janga Reddy (2015). Trend Analysis of Rainfall in Four Meteorological Subdivisions of Southern India Using Non-Parametric Methods and Discrete Wavelet Transforms, International Journal of Climatology,  Wiley Publ., Vol. 35, No. 6, pp. 1107-1124.  (*JIF-2017: 3.1)

  21. B.N.S. Ghimire and M. Janga Reddy (2014). Optimization and Uncertainty Analysis of Operational Policies for Multipurpose Reservoir System Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 28(7), pp. 1815-1833.  (*JIF-2017: 2.668)

  22. A. Shibu and M. Janga Reddy (2014). Optimal Design of Water Distribution Networks Considering Fuzzy Randomness of Demands using Cross Entropy Optimization. Water Resources Management, Springer, 28(12), pp. 4075-4094.   (JIF-2017: 2.664)

  23. P. Ganguli and M. Janga Reddy (2014). Ensemble Prediction of Regional Droughts using Climate Inputs and SVM-Copula ApproachHydrological Processes, Wiley Publ.,  28(19) , 4989-5009.   (*JIF-2017: 3.181)

  24. P. Ganguli and M. Janga Reddy (2014). Evaluation of Trends and Multivariate Frequency Analysis of Droughts in Three Meteorological Sub-divisions of Western India. International Journal of Climatology,  Wiley Publ., 34(3),911-928.   (*JIF-2017: 3.1)

  25. M. Janga Reddy and Vijay P. Singh (2014). Multivariate Modeling of Droughts Using Copulas and Meta-heuristic Methods. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment , Springer, 28(3), 475-489.  (*JIF-2017: 2.668)

  26. M. Zachariah and M. Janga Reddy (2013). Development of an entropy-copula based stochastic simulation model for generation of monthly inflows into the Hirakud dam, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Taylor & Francis Publ., Vol. 19, No.3, pp. 267-275.  (*JIF-2017: 0.158)

  27. S. Adarsh and M. Janga Reddy (2013). Probabilistic multi-objective optimal design of composite channels using particle swarm optimization, Journal of Hydraulic Research, IAHR, Taylor & Francis Publ., Vol.51, No.4, pp.459-464.  (*JIF-2017: 2.076)

  28. M. Janga Reddy and P. Ganguli (2013). Spatio-temporal Analysis and Derivation of Copula-based Intensity-Area-Frequency Curves for Droughts in Western Rajasthan (India). Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 2013, 27(8), pp.1975-1989.  (*JIF-2017: 2.668)

  29. B.N.S. Ghimire, and M. Janga Reddy (2013). Optimal Reservoir Operation for Hydropower Production using Particle Swarm Optimization and Sustainable Analysis of Hydropower. ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Taylor & Francis publications, Vol. 19, No.3, pp.196-210. (*JIF-2017: 0.158)

  30. S. Adarsh and M. Janga Reddy (2013). Reliability Analysis of Composite Channels using First Order Approximation and Monte Carlo Simulations, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, Springer  Vol. 27, No. 2, pp. 477-487 (*JIF-2017: 2.668)

  31. A. Sivasena Reddy and M. Janga Reddy (2013). Identification of homogenous regions in rain-fed watershed using Kohonen neural networks, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Taylor & Francis Publ., Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 55-66.   (*JIF-2017: 0.158)

  32. P. Ganguli and M. Janga Reddy. (2013) Probabilistic Assessment of Flood Risks Using Trivariate Copulas, Theoretical and Applied Climatology,  Springer, Vol. 111, No. 1-2, pp. 341-360   (JIF-2017: 2.321)

  33. P. Ganguli and M. Janga Reddy. (2012) Analysis of ENSO-based Climate Variability in Modulating Drought Risks over Western Rajasthan in India, Journal of Earth System Science, Springer,  Vol. 122, No. 1, pp. 253-269 (JIF-2017: 0.890)

  34. M. Janga Reddy and P. Ganguli. (2012). Risk assessment of hydro-climatic variability on groundwater levels in the Manjara basin aquifer in India using Archimedean copulas. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 17, No.12,  pp.1345-1357.    (JIF-2017: 1.694)

  35. A. Shibu and M. Janga Reddy (2012). Reliability-based optimal design of water distribution networks under uncertain demands using cross-entropy method. ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering,  Taylor & Francis Publ., Vol. 18, No. 3, pp.258-268. (*JIF-2017: 0.158)

  36. M. Janga Reddy and P. Ganguli. (2012). Bivariate Flood Frequency Analysis of Upper Godavari River Flows using Archimedean Copulas. Water Resources Management,  Springer, Vol. 26, No.14, pp. 3995-4018. (JIF-2014: 2.664)

  37. P. Ganguli and M. Janga Reddy. (2012). Risk Assessment of Droughts in Gujarat Using Bivariate Copulas, Water Resources Management,  Springer, Vol. 26, No. 11,  pp.3301-3327.    (JIF-2017: 2.664)

  38. M. Janga Reddy and D. Nagesh Kumar. (2012). Computational algorithms inspired by biological processes and evolution.  Current Science, IAS, Vol. 103, No.4,  1-11.  (JIF-2014: 0.926)

  39. M. Janga Reddy and P.Ganguli (2012) Application of Copulas for Derivation of Drought Severity-Duration-Frequency Curves. Hydrological Processes, Wiley Publ., Vol. 26, 1672-1685.   (JIF-2017: 3.181)

  40. Shibu, A. and M. Janga Reddy (2012). Least cost design of water distribution Network under demand uncertainty by fuzzy-cross entropy method. Journal of Environmental Research and Development, Vol. 6, No. 3A, 853-862.

  41. M. Janga Reddy and S. Adarsh. (2011). Slope-stability-constrained design of irrigation canals using particle swarm optimization, Irrigation and Drainage, Wiley Publ.  Vol. 60, No. 5, pp. 590-599.  (JIF-2017: 0.707)

  42. M. Janga Reddy and S. Adarsh (2010). Chance Constrained Optimal Design of Composite Channels Using Meta-heuristic Techniques.  Water Resources Management, Springer, Vol. 24, No.10, 2221-2235.  (JIF-2017: 2.664)

  43. M. Janga Reddy and S. Adarsh (2010). Overtopping Probability Constrained Optimal Design of Composite Channels using Swarm Intelligence Technique.  Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 136, No. 8, 532-542. (JIF-2014: 1.121)

  44. S. Adarsh and M. Janga Reddy (2010) Use of Particle Swarm Optimization for the Optimal Design of Composite Channels. Journal of Intelligent Systems, Freund & Pettman publications, 19 (3), 163-184. (JIF-2014: 0.239)

  45. S. Adarsh and M. Janga Reddy (2010). Slope Stability Modeling Using Genetic Programming, International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, Vol.3 (No.1-sp.pub ), 1-8.

  46. M. Janga Reddy and S. Adarsh. (2010). Slope-Stability Modelling for Embankments using Particle Swarm Optimization. Indian Geotechnical Journal, IGS, 40(4), 247-254.    (awarded the best paper award from IGS)

  47. M. Janga Reddy (2009). Swarm Intelligence techniques and its applications in water resources management. ISH Journal of Hydraulic EngineeringTaylor & Francis Publ., Vol. 15, (SP.1), 151-169.   (*JIF-2017: 0.158)

  48. M. Janga Reddy and Bhola N. S. Ghimire (2009) Use of Model Tree and Gene Expression Programming to Predict the Suspended Sediment Load in Rivers. Journal of Intelligent Systems, Freund & Pettman publications, 18 (3), 211-227. (JIF-2014: 0.239)

  49. M. Janga Reddy, and D. Nagesh Kumar  (2009)  Performance Evaluation of Elitist-Mutated Multi-Objective Particle Swarm Optimization for Integrated Water Resources Management. Journal of Hydroinformatics, IWA Publishing, Vol. 11, No. 1, 2009, pp. 79-88.  (*JIF-2017: 1.797)

  50. M. Janga Reddy, and D. Nagesh Kumar  (2008). Evolving strategies for crop planning and operation of irrigation reservoir system using multi-objective differential evolution. Irrigation Science,  26(2), 177-190.  (*JIF-2014: 1.651)

  51. M. Janga Reddy and D. Nagesh Kumar. (2007). Multi-objective particle swarm optimization for generating optimal trade-offs in reservoir operation, Hydrological Processes, Wiley InterScience, 21, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.6507,  2897-2909. (*JIF-2017: 3.181)

  52. M. Janga Reddy and D. Nagesh Kumar. (2007). Optimal reservoir operation for irrigation of multiple crops using elitist-mutated particle swarm optimization. Hydrological Sciences Journal, IAHS, August  2007, 52(4), 686-701. (*JIF-2017:2.061)

  53. M. Janga Reddy and D. Nagesh Kumar. (2007) Multi-objective Differential Evolution with application to reservoir system optimizationJournal of computing in civil engineering, ASCE,  March 2007, 21(2), 136-146. (*JIF-2017: 2.31)

  54. M. Janga Reddy and D. Nagesh Kumar. (2007). An efficient multi-objective optimization algorithm based on swarm intelligence for engineering design. Engineering OptimizationTaylor & Francis publications, 39(1), 49-68.  (*JIF-2017: 1.622)

  55. D. Nagesh Kumar, M. Janga Reddy and Rajib Maity.(2007).  Regional rainfall forecasting using large scale climate teleconnections and artificial intelligence techniques. Journal of Intelligence Systems, Freund & Pettman publications, Vol. 16, No. 4, pp. 307-322. (*JIF-2014: 0.239)

  56. D. Nagesh Kumar and M. Janga Reddy. (2007). Multipurpose reservoir operation using particle swarm optimization. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE,  May/June 2007, 133 (3), 192-201.  (*JIF-2017: 3.537)

  57. D. Nagesh Kumar and M. Janga Reddy. (2006).  Ant colony optimization for multipurpose reservoir operation. Water Resources Management, Springer, The Netherlands, 20(6), 879-898.   (*JIF-2017: 2.664)

  58. M. Janga Reddy and D. Nagesh Kumar. (2006). Optimal reservoir operation using multi objective evolutionary algorithm. Water Resources Management, Springer, The Netherlands,20(6), 861-878.  (*JIF-2017: 2.664).

     

    Book chapters

  59. Adarsh S and M. Janga Reddy (2019) Links Between Global Climate Teleconnections and Indian Monsoon Rainfall. In : Climate Change Signals and Response, Eds: Venkataraman, C. et al., Springer, pp.61-72, DOI: 10.1007/978-981-13-0280-0_4.

  60. M. Janga Reddy (2018).  Swarm Intelligence for Multi-Objective Optimization in Engineering Design. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Fourth Edition , Ed. Mehdi Khosrow-Pour PA, IGI Global, USA, 2018, ch. 122, pp.239-250. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2255-3.ch022.

  61. Adarsh S and M. Janga Reddy (2018). Modelling of daily suspended sediment load in natural rivers using MEMD-SLR coupled approach. Predictive Modeling and Optimization Methods in Science and Engineering, Ed. Pijush Samui et al., Pennsylvania USA, IGI Global Publishers, 2018, Ch. 12, pp.264-275, DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-4766-2.ch012.

  62. Akbari S and M. Janga Reddy (2018). Detecting Changes in Regional Rainfall Series in India Using Binary Segmentation-Based Multiple Change-Point Detection Techniques. In: Singh V., Yadav S., Yadava R. (eds) Climate Change Impacts. Water Science and Technology Library, Springer, Singapore, Vol 82, Ch 8, pp. 103-116.

  63. M Janga Reddy (2017). Multivariate Modeling of Droughts Using Copulas and Meta-heuristic Methods. In Sustainable Holistic Water Resources Management in a Changing Climate (Editors: K Srinivasa Raju & A Vasan),  ch21, pp.1-21.

  64. M. Janga Reddy (2016).  Multiobjective Optimization in Water and Enviromnetal Systems Management: MODE approach. Advanced Computational Techniques for Simulation-Based Engineering, edited by P. Samui et al., DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-9479-8.ch004 , pp.120-136.

  65. M. Janga Reddy and D. Nagesh Kumar (2015).  Elitist-Mutated Multi-Objective Particle Swarm Optimization for Engineering Design. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Third Edition , edited by Mehdi Khosrow-Pour, DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-5888-2.ch346, pp. 3534-3545.

     

    Monographs

  66. M. Janga Reddy (2009). Swarm Intelligence and Evolutionary Computing for Single and Multi-objective Optimization in Water Resource Systems,  LAP Lambert Academic Publishing,  Germany, ISBN 978-3-8383-0220-1, 2009, pp.280.

  67. S. Adarsh and M. Janga Reddy (2013). Optimal Design of Irrigation Canals. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing,  Germany, ISBN 978-3-659-33051-3, 2013.

     

    Reports/Thesis

  68. M. Janga Reddy (2006). Swarm Intelligence and Evolutionary Computation for Single and Multiobjective Optimization in Water Resource Systems. PhD Thesis, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

  69. M. Janga Reddy (2002).  Derivation of Reservoir Operation Policies for Multi-Reservoir System Using Genetic Algorithms. M.Tech Thesis, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.\

  70. M. Janag Reddy, S. Chauhan, R. Chary (2000). Comparative Performance Evaluation of Micro Irrigation Versus Traditional Method of Irrigation on Vegetable Crops. B.Tech. Project report, CAE Bapatla, ANGRAU.

     

    Other Publications

  71. Julius, J.J. and M. Janga Reddy (2018). Intensity-Duration-Frequency Analysis of Rainfall for a Site in Chennai City. Intensity-Duration-Frequency Analysis of Rainfall for a Site in Chennai City. International Journal of Engineering Technology Science and Research (IJETSR), ISSN 23943386, Vol.5, No.3, pp. 875-880.

  72. Adarsh, S.and M. Janga Reddy (2016). Analysing the Variability of Streamflow and Suspended Sediment Concentration Using Time Dependent Intrinsic Correlation. Procedia Technology 24, 54-61.

  73. Adarsh, S. and M. Janga Reddy (2015). Multiscale  Analysis of Water Quality Time Series Data using the Hilbert Huang Transform. International Journal of Advances in Computer Science & Its  Applications, Vol. 5, No.1, pp.187-190.

  74. Adarsh, S. and M. Janga Reddy (2015). Multiscale Analysis of Suspended Sediment Concentration Data from Natural Channels Using the Hilbert-Huang Transform Aquatic Procedia 4, pp. 780-788.

  75. Shibu, A. and M. Janga Reddy (2013). Cross Entropy Optimization for Optimal Design of Water Distribution Networks. International Journal of Computer Information Systems and Industrial Management Applications. ISSN 2150-7988, Vol.5, pp. 308-316.

     

    Conference Proceedings

  76. Nandi, S. and Reddy, M.J. (2019). Assessing Suitability of TRMM precipitation data for flood forecasting of Upper Tungabhadra sub-basin in India, The 4th World Congress on Disaster Management (WCDM-2019), Bombay.

  77. Nandi, S. and Reddy, M.J. (2018). Multi-objective automatic calibration of a physically based hydrologic model using Multiobjective Self Adaptive Differential Evolution algorithm, 23rd International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering (Hydro-2018), Patna, pp. 115 (only abstract).

  78. Nandi, S. and Reddy, M.J. (2018). Assessing suitability of satellite rainfall data for estimation of daily streamflows of a small tropical catchment in India, IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS-2018), held at Valenica Spain during 22-27 July 2018, 5278-5281.

  79. Nandi, S. and Reddy, M.J. (2018). Parameter estimation of a macroscale hydrological model using an adaptive differential evolution, International Conference on Sustainable Technologies for Intelligent Water Management (STIWM, 2018), held at IIT Roorkee, India, during February 16-19, pp. 48 (only abstract).

  80. Sirsant S. and Janga Reddy M. (2018). Examining resiliency and entropy as surrogate measures for hydraulic reliability estimation of water distribution networks. 22nd International Conference on Sustainable Technologies for Intelligent Water Management (STIWM), held at IIT Roorkee, India during February 16-19, pp.300 (only abstract).

  81. Nandi, S. and Reddy, M.J. (2018). A parallel framework for improving efficiency of calibration for hydrological modelling, Proceedings of Conference on Next Frontiers in Civil Engineering: Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure (NFiCE2018), Bombay, pp. 207-208 (extended abstract only).

  82. Sirsant S. and Janga Reddy M. (2018). Entropy as a Surrogate Measure for Water Distribution Network Reliability considering Extended Period Simulations. Conference on Next Frontiers in Civil Engineering: Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructures (NFiCE 2018). IIT Bombay, India. 30 Nov - 1 Dec, 2018,  pp. 203-204 (extended abstract only).

  83. Julius, J.J. and Janga Reddy (2018). Intensity-Duration-Frequency Analysis of Rainfall for a Site in Chennai City. Intensity-Duration-Frequency Analysis of Rainfall for a Site in Chennai City. International Journal of Engineering Technology Science and Research (IJETSR), ISSN 2394-3386, Vol.5, No.3, pp. 875-880.

  84. Sirsant, S. and Janga Reddy (2018). Multi-Objective Design of Water Distribution Networks using Resiliency as Reliability Surrogate. In Proc. of IWWA 2018, Innovative Water and Sewerage Management Practices in Urban Environment, held at IIT Bombay, 20-21 Jan'2018, pp.90-94

  85. Nithin, P.P., and M. Janga Reddy (2017). Flood Modelling in Upper Krishna River Basin using HECHMS and GIS Tools. In Proc. of 2nd International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering (HYDRO 2017), held at Ahmedabad, India, 21-23 December 2017, CD Proceedings , pp. 2368-2377.

  86. Sirsant, S., and M. Janga Reddy (2017). Multi-Objective Self-Adaptive Differential Evolution Algorithm for Design of Water Distribution Networks. In Proc. of 2nd International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering (HYDRO 2017), held at Ahmedabad, India, 21-23 December 2017, CD Proceedings, pp. 1423-1432.

  87. Nandi, S., and M. Janga Reddy (2017). Application of a Macroscale Hydrologic Model for Water Balance Studies in the Sina River Basin, Maharashtra. In Proc. of 22nd International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering (HYDRO 2017), held at Ahmedabad, India, 21-23 December 2017, CD Proceedings, pp. 2200-2209.

  88. Akbari, S., and M. Janga Reddy (2017). Assessment Of Human-Induced Hydrologic Perturbation on Hydrologic Regimes in Weinganaga at Ashiti. In Proc. of 22nd International Conference on Hydraulics,Water Resources and Coastal Engineering (HYDRO 2017), held at Ahmedabad, India, 21-23 December 2017, CD Proceedings, pp. 160-168.

  89. Adarsh S and M. Janga Reddy (2017). Multiscale modeling of monthly streamflows using MEMD-SLR coupled approach. Presented in 'Status and future of Worlds large rivers' conference. India Habitat Centre New Delhi, NIH & IAHR, April 18-21, 2017 (Abstract only).

  90. Sirsant, S. and M. Janga Reddy (2017). Determining Optimal Location Of Isolation Valves Using Self Adaptive Differential Evolution Algorithm. 49th Annual Convention of IWWA on "Smart Water Management", held at VNIT Nagpur, 19-21 January 2017, 1:4, pp. 1-8.

  91. Adarsh S. and  M. Janga Reddy(2017). Prediction of daily suspended load in a non-stationary environment using MEMD-SLR coupled approach. In proceedings of International conference FEAST2017 NIT Tiruchirappalli, March 31-1 April 2017, 15-20. (Won the best paper award of the session).

  92. Akbari, S and M. Janga Reddy (2016). Detecting Changes in Regional Rainfall Series in India using Binary Segmentation based Multiple Changepoint Detection Techniques. International Conference on Water, Environment, Energy and Society (ICWEES-2016), Bhopal, India, March 15 - 18, 2016. (Published in Water Science Technology (Springer publication, Climate Change Impact issue;  & CD Proceedings).

  93. Sirsant, S and M. Janga Reddy (2016). Reliability assessment of water distribution networks accounting for pipe failure. International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and CoastalEngineering(HYDRO2016), CWPRS Pune, India, 8-10 December 2016,  pp. 434-443.

  94. Adarsh S and  M. Janga Reddy (2016) Prediction of IndianSummer Monsoon Rainfall Based on Scale Specific Control using MEMD- SLR Model. 7th International Conference on Water Resources and Arid Environments (ICWRAE7), 4-6 December 2016, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, pp.587-595.

  95. Adarsh S and  M. Janga Reddy (2016) Multiscale Investigation and Prediction of Monthly Streamflows By Using Multivariate EMD Approach. International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and CoastalEngineering (HYDRO2016), CWPRS Pune, India, 8-10 December 2016, pp. 988-996.

  96. Adarsh S, M Janga Reddy (2015). Multifractal Detrended Fluctuation Analysis of Streamflow and Suspended Sediment Concentration Data. Proc. of 3rd International conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering (ICMSC 2015), held at TKM College of Engg, Kollam Dec'9-11,2015, pp; 356-366.

  97. Akbari S and M Janga Reddy (2015). Non-Stationarity Analysis of Hydro-Climatic Series Using Binary Segmentation Based Multiple Changepoint Detection Techniques. Proc. of  20th International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and River Engineering (HYDRO 2015) . IIT Roorkee, India, 17-19 December, 2015, Paper No. HYD-304.

  98. Adarsh S and M Janga Reddy (2015). Multifractal Description of Daily Streamflows of Mahanadi Basin using Arbitrary Order Hilbert Spectral Analysis. Proc. of 20th International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and River Engineering (HYDRO 2015) . IIT Roorkee, India, 17-19 December, 2015, Paper No. HYD-141.

  99. Adarsh S and M. Janga Reddy (2015). Multiscale Analysis of Suspended Sediment Concentration Data from Natural Channels Using the Hilbert-Huang Transform. Proc. of Intl. Conference on Water Resources, Coastal and Ocean Engineering (ICWRCOE 2015),  NIT Suratkal, Mar'2015, pp. 780-788.

  100. Adarsh S and M. Janga Reddy (2014). Multiscale Analysis of Winter Temperature Datasets From Southern India Using the Hilbert Huang Transform. Proc. of the Intl.Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources, Coastal and Environmental Engineering (HYDRO 2014), MNIT Bhopal, Dec-2014, pp. 327-336.

  101. M. Janga Reddy and Adarsh S (2014). Multiscale Analysis of Reservoir Inflow Time Series Using the Hilbert Huang Transform. Proc. of International Conference on Modeling Tools for Sustainable Water Resources management, IIT Hyderabad, Dec' 2014, Hyderabad, (best paper award in the theme of Stochastic Hydrology).

  102. Adarsh S and M. Janga Reddy (2014). Multiscale Analysis of Water Quality Time Series Data using the Hilbert Huang Transform. Proc. of the 2nd Intl. Conf. on Advances In Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering- ACSEE 2014, Zurich, pp. 65-68

  103. Adarsh S. and M. Janga Reddy (2013). Trend Analysis of Rainfall in Assam-Meghalaya Meteorological Subdivision using Non-Parametric Methods and Wavelet Analysis. Proc. of 2nd Int. conference on modeling & simulation in Civil engineering (ICMSC-2013), TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, India, Dec 12-14, 2013, pp. 423-430

  104. Adarsh S. and M. Janga Reddy (2013) Wavelet-Model Tree Conjunction Approach for Rainfall Projections Under Representative Concentration Pathways. Proc. of 18th Int. Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources, Coastal and Environmental Engineering (HYDRO-2013), IIT Madras, India, Dec 4-6, 2013, pp.29-37

  105. A. Sivasena Reddy and M. Janga Reddy (2013). NDVI Based Assessment of Land Use Land Cover Dynamics in a Rainfed Watershed Using Remote Sensing and GIS. Proc. of Int. Conference on Interdisciplinary Applications of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems (ICIARSGIS-2013), Mumbai, 26-27 April 2013,  pp.182-193

  106. A.Sivasena Reddy, and M. Janga Reddy (2012). Spatial Based Water Harvest and Storage Structures Location Model for Rainfed Watersheds using Geo-Spatial Technologies. Proceedings of International Conference on Geo-Spatial Technologies and Applications (Geomatrix'12), February 26-29, Mumbai, pp. 192-198.

  107. P. Ganguli and M. Janga Reddy (2012). Copula-based Drought Severity-Area-Frequency Analysis in Western Rajasthan, India. CD-Rom Proceedings of 21st Century Watershed Technology Workshops: Improving Water Quality and the Environment, May 27-June 1, 2012, Bari, Italy, ASABE Publication Number 701P0212cd, pp.1-6.

  108. Shibu A and M. Janga Reddy (2011). Uncertainty Analysis of Water Distribution Networks by Fuzzy-Cross Entropy Approach, Proc. of International Conference on Fuzzy Systems and Neural Computing (ICFSNC 2011), Paris, France, 14-16 Nov 2011, pp.724-731.

  109. A. Shibu and M. Janga Reddy (2011). Least Cost Design of Water Distribution Networks by Cross Entropy Optimization, Proc. of World Congress on Information and Communication Technologies (WICT 2011), IEEE, University of Mumbai, India, 11-14 Dec 2011, pp.302-306.

  110.  N. Vivekanandan and M. Janga Reddy (2011). Intercomparison of Statistical Distributions for Flood Frequency Analysis, Proc. of International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Modelling (ICMCM-2011), PSG college of technology, Coimbatore, 19-21 Dec 2011, pp 492-499.

  111. P. Ganguli and M. Janga Reddy (2011). Hydro-Climatic Variability Study of Manjara Basin Aquifer using Bivariate Archimedean Copula, International conference on Sustainable Water Resources Management and Climate Change Adaptation,   NIT Durgapur (India), 17-19 Feb 2011, pp. 240-249.     

  112. A. Shibu  and M. Janga Reddy (2010). Fuzzy Uncertainty Analysis of Water Distribution Systems, 1st International conference on Technological Trends (ICCT-2010),  CET  Trivandrum (India), November 25-27, 2010, Vol. 2,  pp.230-238.

  113. P. Ganguli and M. Janga Reddy (2010). Probabilistic Characterization of Hydrologic Extremes using Bivariate Copulas, Proc. of 9th International Conference on Hydro-science and Engineering (ICHE-2010), IIT Madras, India, August 2-5, 2010, pp.746-756.

  114. P. Ganguli, M. Janga Reddy and A.K. Rastogi (2009). Estimation of Ground Water Recharge using Support Vector Regression, Proc. of  FSES-2009,  IIT Kharagpur,  December 17-19, 2009, pp. XXX

  115. S. Adarsh and M. Janga Reddy (2009). Chance Constrained Optimal Design of Composite Channels Using Stochastic Search Algorithms. Proc. of 4th Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IICAI-2009), Tumkur, India, December 16-18, 2009, pp.1263-1277.

  116. Bhola N.S. Ghimire and M. Janga Reddy (2009). Application of machine Learning techniques for the Suspended Sediment Load Prediction in Rivers. Proc. of 4th Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IICAI-2009), Tumkur, India, December 16-18, 2009, pp.1359-1372.

  117. S. Adarsh and M. Janga Reddy (2009). Slope Stability Modeling using Genetic Programming. Proc. of International Conference on Infrastructure Development on Expansive Soils - INDEX-09, Hosur, India. Aug.27-29, 2009, pp. 

  118. M. Janga Reddy and D. Nagesh Kumar (2009). Evolutionary Computing in Optimal Reservoir OperationKey note paper, Proc. of International Conference on Water, Environment, Energy and Society, WEES-2009, New Delhi, India, January 12-16, 2009, Allied Publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, ISBN 81-8424-400-2, Vol. II, pp. 999-1010

  119. M. Janga Reddy and D. Nagesh Kumar (2008). Integrated Reservoir Operation Modeling for Irrigation Systems - A Multi-Objective Approach.  Water Down 2008, Proc. of  4th International Conf. on Water Resources and Environment Research (ICWRER), Adelaide, South Australia, 15-17 April 2008, pp: 1521-1531.

  120. M. Janga Reddy and D. Nagesh Kumar (2007). Multi-Objective Differential Evolution for Optimal Control of Water Resource Systems. Proc. of 3rd Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IICAI-2007), at Pune, India, December 17-19; pp: 824-835.

  121. M. Janga Reddy and D. Nagesh Kumar (2005). Multi reservoir operation using particle swarm optimization, Proc. of Intl. Conf. on Hydrological Perspectives for Sustainable Development (HYPESD-2005), IIT Roorkee, India, February 23-25, 2005 ,vol.2,  pp: 556-564.

  122. D. Nagesh Kumar, M. Janga Reddy and R. Maity (2005). Regional rainfall forecasting using large scale climate teleconnections and evolutionary algorithms. Proc. of 2nd Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IICAI-2005), Bhanu Prasad ed., Pune, India, December 20-22, 2005, pp.1169-1182.

  123. M. Janga Reddy and D. Nagesh Kumar (2005). Multi-objective particle swarm optimization for optimal reservoir operation, Proceedings of 2nd Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IICAI-2005), Bhanu Prasad ed., Pune, India, December 20-22, 2005, pp. 1183-1192.

    National Conferences/Workshops

  124. Akbari, S. and M. Janga Reddy (2016). Binary Segmentation based multiple changepoint detection techniques and their application to detect rainfall changes in eight meteorological subdivisions of West Central India. 50th ISAE Convention; 19-21 Jan 2016; OUAT, Bhubaneswar

  125. Sivasena Reddy A, Janga Reddy M (2014). Classification of rainfed micro-watersheds based on physical and hydrological parameters using clustering analysis techniques. Proc. of National Conference on Water, Environment and Society (NCWES 2014), Hyderabad, INDIA pp. 40-50.

  126. S.Adarsh, and M.Janga Reddy (2012). Reliability Analysis of Composite Channels Using Monte-Carlo Simulations. Proc. of National Conference on Hydraulic and Water Resources (HYDRO-2012), IIT Bombay, India, December 7-8, 2012, pp.683-690.

  127. A.Sivasena Reddy, and M.Janga Reddy (2012). Morphometric Analysis of a Rainfed Watershed Using Geospatial Technologies. Proc. of National Conference on Hydraulic and Water Resources (HYDRO-2012), IIT Bombay, India. 7-8 Dec' 2012, pp.1383-1390.

  128. M. Zachariah  and M. Janga Reddy (2012). Stochastic Simulation of Monthly Inflows Using the Principles of Entropy and Copulas. Proc. of National Conference on Hydraulic and Water Resources (HYDRO-2012), IIT Bombay, India, December 7-8, 2012, pp.721-726.

  129. B. N. S. Ghimire and M. J. Reddy (2012). Operation Policy for Hydropower Reservoir Using Particle Swarm Optimization. Proc. of National Conference on Hydraulic and Water Resources (HYDRO-2012), IIT Bombay, India, December 7-8, 2012, pp. 1485-1494.

  130.  A. Shibu and M. Janga Reddy (2011). Optimal Design for Rehabilitation of Water Distribution Networks by Parallel Piping using Cross Entropy Method. Proc. of National Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources & Coastal and Environmental Engineering (HYDRO-2011), SVNIT, Surat, India, 29-30 Dec 2011, pp.1005-1013.

  131.  N. Vivekanandan and M. Janga Reddy (2011). Evaluation of Streamflow Network using Entropy Method, Proc. of National Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources & Coastal and Environmental Engineering (HYDRO-2011), SVNIT  Surat, 29-30 Dec 2011, pp 1030-1036.

  132. N. Vivekanandan and M. Janga Reddy (2010).  Optimal Irrigation Planning Using Linear And Goal Programming Approaches. Proc. of National Conf. on Hydraulics, Water Resources & Coastal and Environmental Engineering (HYDRO-2010), MMU, Mullana, India, Dec 16-18, 2010, pp.881-888.

  133. B.N.S. Ghimire and M. Janga Reddy (2010). Optimal Operation Of Mutti-Purpose Reservoir Using Dynamic Programming. Proc. of  National Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources & Coastal and Environmental Engineering (HYDRO-2010), MMU, Mullana, India, December 16-18, 2010, pp.705-712.

  134. A. Shibu  and M. Janga Reddy (2010). Uncertainty Analysis of Water Distribution System using Fuzzy Approach. Proc. of National Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources & Coastal and Environmental Engineering (HYDRO-2010), MMU, Mullana, India, December 16-18, 2010, pp.794-800.

  135. S. Adarsh,  and M. Janga Reddy (2010). Optimal Design of Composite Channels Considering Slope Stability Criterion. Proc. of  GEOTrendz, IGC-2010, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India, pp: 945-948.

  136. M. Janga Reddy and P. Ganguli (2010). Multivariate Statistical Analysis of Flood Flows Using Copulas. Proc. of National conference on Sustainable Water Resources Management and Impact of Climate Change (SWRM-2010), BITS-Pilani Hyderabad campus, March 5-6, 2010, pp. 61-71

  137.  B.N.S. Ghimire and M. Janga Reddy (2009). Development Of Stage-Discharge Rating Curve Using Genetic Algorithms.  Proc. Of HYDRO-09, CWPRS Khadakwasla, Pune, 17-18 December 2009, pp: 640-647.

  138. S. Adarsh and M. Janga Reddy (2008). Optimal Design of Composite Channels using Particle Swarm Optimization. Proc. of National Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources & Environment (HYDRO-2008) MNIT, Jaipure, India, 15-16 December, 2008, pp: 309-317.

  139. B.N.S. Ghimire and M. Janga Reddy (2008). Use of Model Tree to Predict the Suspended Sediment Load in Rivers. Proc. of National Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources & Environment (HYDRO-2008) MNIT, Jaipure, India, 15-16 December, 2008 pp: 225-235.

  140. M. Janga Reddy (2008). Swarm intelligence techniques and its applications in Water Resources Management.  Proc. of the Application of Advanced Soft-computing techniques in Geo-spatial Data Analysis, Brainstorming Workshop held at IIT Bombay, India, Sept'22-23, 2008, pp: 94-109.

  141. M. Janga Reddy (2008). Differential Evolution for Multi-Objective Optimization in Water Resources.  Proc. of National Conference on Hydraulics & Water Resources Engineering (HYDRO-2007) SVNIT, Surat, India,  21-2ecent Trends in Water Resources Systems Modeling and Management. Keynote paper, Proc. of National Conference on Sustainable Water Resources Development and Management, SWRDAM-2008, Aurangabad, India 13-14 June 2008 . 

  142. M. Janga Reddy and D. Nagesh Kumar (2007). Multi-Objective Differential Evolution for Optimal Control of Water Resource Systems. Proc. of 3rd Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IICAI-2007), at Pune, India, December 17-19; pp: 824-835.

  143. M. Janga Reddy and D. Nagesh Kumar (2007). Multi-Objective Optimization in Water Resources Management: MODE approach. Proc. of International work shop on Integrated Water Resources Management: IWRM-2007, KERF, Bangalore, 5-7 Feb , 2007.

  144. M. Janga Reddy and D. Nagesh Kumar (2005). Optimal reservoir operation using ant colony optimization. Proc. of National Conf. on Advances in Water Resources Engineering for Sustainable development (NCAWESD), IIT Madras, India, pp:119-126.