New Delhi, India

Ashish Shrivastava is a freelance researcher from New Delhi. Currently, he is working as a member of Board of Advisors, International Space Agency, USA and Vice-President of India ISA Society, International Space Agency, USA. He completed his schooling from Cambridge Foundation School, New Delhi. At present, he is a member of Geo−synchronous Earth Orbit (GEO) Satellite Community at NASA, USA. He is a Fellow member of NASA Talk and NASA Educators Online Network (NEON). He is an honorary Space Ambassador, National Space Society, USA and thus an ex-Student Ambassador, NASA.

He is a team member of Asian level winning company ‘Rockdonnell’ participated in “Asian Regional Space Settlement Design Competition” organized by Atlantis at Asia Level and by NASA at International level. Cambridge Foundation School felicitated him with “Extraordinary Achievement in Science Award” for his successful project on Space Settlement and provided him with a computer and a broadband internet connection for the development of his work.

He is a winner of “Pre-Medical Internship Program’08” at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi, India. He participated and aviated for about 10 hours under leadership of Mr. Ravindra Kumar, Flight Assistant, Karnal Flying Club, India, for training purpose. He has one asteroid confirmation and three other NEO (Near Earth Object) confirmations on his name under the banner “AIASC - All India Asteroid Search Campaign”.

He is currently working on a concept of new generation high-speed rail engine, “DWARJ” based on renewable energy source that may attain a maximum speed range as those of aircrafts. He was invited for International Meeting on Astronomy at Brazil with partial financial assistance by a Government of Brazil undertaking organization and UNESCO – Brazil office.