Aditi is a final year Master's student of Applied Geology from Jadavpur University, India. She has completed her undergraduate degree (B.Sc) in Science [Major : Geology ; Subsidiaries : Mathematics, Chemistry] from Jadavpur University in 2021 with a CGPA of 8.7. She has done an academic internship on "The origin of Spinifex Texture in Komatiites" under the guidance of Prof. Sisir Kanti Mondal. She has presented her undergraduate research seminar on the topic of "Ancient Atmospheric Oxygen sleuthing with Ocean Chromium". Currently she is holding the position of Student Chapter's President, AAPG, Jadavpur University, (India). She has participated in "Mineral Development Awareness Programme 2022, in collaboration with Department of Steel and Mines (Govt. of Odisha), sponsored by TATA STEEL. Her domain of academic interest includes Mineral resources and Sustainability. Currently she is conducting her M.Sc Dissertation on "Origin of Sulphide and Oxide Minerals in the Archean Boninitic Dyke from the Singhbhum Craton, Eastern India" under the supervision of Prof. Sisir Kanti Mondal. Besides having a keen inquisitiveness in various topics related to science her hobbies include creative writing and reading books.
Aditi is currently pursuing her M.Sc Dissertation on "The origin of Sulphide and Oxide Minerals in the Archean Boninitic Dyke from the Singhbhum Craton, Eastern India". Under this ongoing project she need high quality in-situ major and trace element data of Sulphide and Oxide minerals of the Dyke. For this purpose major element of minerals will be analysed using Electron probe micro-analyzer (EPMA) and in-situ trace element data will be acquired using La-icpms technique. In this context, she need collaboration to acquire these data from the top class Analytical laboratories from Australian Institutes. And the data will be utilised to understand the sulphur saturation history of magma and the origin of sulphide and oxide minerals.