Imperial College London

Mr Kartikeya Singh Sangwan

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Earth Science & Engineering

Research Postgraduate







4.93Royal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus





I am a PhD student within the Surface Processes group studying sedimentary processes on Mars and Earth. My work currently focuses on studying fluvial fan deposits on Mars and their potential analogues on Earth. 


2017 - Present     PhD Student, Imperial College London (President's PhD Scholarship)

2011 - 2016         Integrated MSc Geology, University of Delhi (University Gold Medal)

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Sediments and Stratigraphy - Autumn 2017, 2018

Geomorphology - Spring 2018

Structural Geology - Spring 2018

Solar System Geoscience - Autumn 2018

Remote Sensing Earth and Planets - Spring 2019


Sinha, B., Singh Sangwan, K., Maurya, Y., Kumar, V., Sarkar, C., Chandra, B. P., & Sinha, V. (2015). Assessment of crop yield losses in Punjab and Haryana using 2 years of continuous in situ ozone measurements. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 15(16), 9555-9576.