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Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. Presentation to the Expert Committee . for Department Peer Review . Members of Peer Review Committee. Dr. P. P. . Mujumdar. . KSIIDC . Chair Professor . Dept. of Civil .

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Department of Civil EngineeringIndian Institute of Technology Bombay

Presentation to the Expert Committee for Department Peer Review

Slide2

Members of Peer Review Committee

Dr. P. P.

Mujumdar

KSIIDC

Chair Professor 

Dept. of Civil Engg Indian Institute of Science,Bangalore, India

Dr. R. Kerry Rowe Canada Research Chair – Tier I ProfessorDept. of Civil EnggQueen's University, Canada

Dr. S. GangopadhyayDirector, CSIR-CRRINew Delhi, India

Mr. Cyrus M.

Dordi

Corporate Head

Ambuja

Cements Ltd

Mumbai, India

Slide3

Vision, Mission and Goals

Vision

To be the fountain-head of new ideas and innovations in Civil Engineering

Mission

To offer world-class undergraduate and post-graduate education, research guidance, professional consultancy, outreach and manpower training as well as leadership in Civil Engineering.

Goals

To be the highest-ranked Civil Engineering faculty in the country and among the best-rated departments in the world in terms of teaching and quality, research contributions, high-end consultancy, outreach and manpower training and academic leadership.

Slide4

Introduction

Civil Engineering Department is part of the institute since its inception (1958)Involved inHigh quality UG and PG teaching Basic and applied researchProviding high quality technical advisory support through various R & D projects and consultancy to various organizations.Rank: 30th (2012) - QS World University Subject Rankings

QS-

Quacquarelli

Symonds

Slide5

Faculty, Staff and Students as on date

B.

Tech

Students

454

M. Tech Students

113

PhD Students

184

Post Doctoral

Fellow

1

C V Raman

visiting fellow

1

Faculty

44

Technical

Support Staff

24

Administrative

support staff

7

Project Staff

53

Additional staff

11

Slide6

Faculty Strength (Year wise 2007-2013)

Slide7

Awards

Fellow of INAE

3

Profs. TK, DNS and MCD

Fellow of

IASc

1

Prof. TK

Fellow of NASI

1

Prof. TK

Fellow of INSA

1

Prof. TK

INSA Young Scientist Award

2

Profs. DC and

SuG

INAE Young Engineer Award

4

Profs. RSJ, JP, DC and

SuG

ISCA Young Scientist Award

2

Profs. DC and

SuG

NASI Young Scientist Award

2

Profs. DC and

SuG

IEI Young Engineer Award

2

Profs. DC and

SuG

Excellence in teaching award, IITB

9

Profs.

PB, AG (2), YMD, KVKR (2), AJ (1), MI (1),

SB

(1)

Shamsher

Prakash Research Award 2003

1

Prof.

DNS

Young Investigator Award, IITB

4

Profs.

DC,

SuG

, MI and MJR

Prof. H H Mathur Award for excellence in applied research

1

Prof.

MCD

Innovative Young Biotechnologist Award

1

Prof.

MI

 Dr. P.K. Patwardhan Technology Development Award 2011

1

Prof.

JP

IIT Bombay Industrial Impact Award 2012

1

Prof.

JP

R J

Garde

Research Award by Indian Society for Hydraulics

2

Profs. RB and JP

DST INSPIRE Faculty Award

1

Prof. RR

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Awards (Contd..)

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Outstanding Reviewer Award1Prof. SuGBOYSCAST Fellowship 3Profs. DC, SuG and MJRISTE-Maharashtra State National Award2Prof. JP and DCU. P. Government National Award – 2010, Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE)1Prof. DCAPACM Award for Young Investigators in Computational Mechanics 1Prof. DCDr. Jai Krishna Prize – 2008, The Institution of Engineers (India)1Prof. DCISTE-SGSITS National Award – 20082Prof. DC and Prof JPShamsher Prakash Research Award , Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee 2Prof. DCHumboldt Research Fellowship 1Prof. DCINAE Young Associate2Prof. DCJSPS Fellowship, Japan1Prof. DCISTE UP Govt. National Award - Prof. DC.1Prof. DCBest Technology prize, CSIR1Prof. BVSVDST Young Scientist award2Prof. RSJ (2)John R. Booker Excellence Award-2011 1Prof. DNSFellow, ASCE1Prof. DNSIACMAG Appreciation Award 2008 1Prof. DNSIACMAG Excellent Contributions Award 20081Prof. DNSCareer Award for Young Teachers, AICTE2Profs. DNS and RSKhosla National Award 2009 1Prof. TK

Other Awards: Best paper awards in conferences, regional awards

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Editorial Board of Journals

Name of Journal

Name of Faculty

Chief Editor, International Journal of Ocean and Climate Systems, Multi-Science, Oxford, UK.

Prof. M C

Deo

Chief Editor, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering,  Taylor and Francis, UK

Prof. M C Deo

Associate Editor of ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil

Engg

.

Prof. M C Deo

Member, Editorial Board, Applied Ocean Research, Elsevier, UK

Prof. M C Deo

Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Ships & Offshore Structures, Taylor & Francis, UK

Prof. M C Deo

Member, Editorial Board, Open Ocean Engineering

Journal,Bentham

Press, UK.

Prof. M C Deo

Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Advances in Civil Engineering,

Hindawi

Pub.,New

York,

Prof. M C Deo

Editor: Special issues of the ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering -2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012

Prof. M C Deo

Section Editor - Jr. of Groundwater Research, Volume Editor - Advances in Geosciences (Hydrological Science)

Prof. A K

Rastogi

Editor-in-Chief: Environmental

Geotechnics

, ICE Publishing, London, UK

Prof. D N Singh

Editorial Board Member- International Journal of

Geomechanics

, ASCE

Prof. D N Singh

Editorial Board Member- Geotechnical Testing Journal, ASTM International

Prof. D N Singh

Editorial Board Member-

Geomechanics

and Geoengineering (Taylor & Francis)

Prof. D N Singh

Editorial Board Member- Korean Society of Civil Engineering (KSCE) Journal of Civil Engineering

Prof. D N Singh

Editorial Board Member- International Scholarly Research Network (ISRN) Civil Engineering.

Prof. D N Singh

Editorial Board Member- International Journal of Geotechnical Engineering

Prof. D N Singh

Editorial Board Member-

Geomechanics

and Engineering (GAE), An International Journal of Computational and theoretical

Geomechnics

, Foundation Engineering

Engineering

Applications, Site Characterization.

Prof. D N Singh

Editorial Board Member- Indian Geotechnical Journal

Prof. D N Singh

Editorial Board Member- Acta Geotechnica Slovenica

Prof. D N Singh

Co-Editor, Indian Geotechnical Journal

Prof. D N Singh

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Editorial Board (contd..)

Associate Editor, ISET Journal of Earthquake

Technology

,

Prof. R S

Jangid

Editorial Board Member, Earthquake and Structures

Prof. R S Jangid

Editotrial

Boad

Member, Indian Geotechnical Journal

Prof. B V S Viswanadham

Editorial Board Member, Indian Journal of

Geosynthetics

and Ground Improvement

Prof. B V S Viswanadham

Guest Editor,

Speical

issue on

Centrifue

modelling of SAEGS Geotechnical Engineering Journal

Prof. B V S Viswanadham

Editor (ISH, Journal of Hydraulic

Engineering

, Taylor & Francis);

Prof. T I Eldho

Editor (

Int.J

. Water Res &

ENv

.

Manag

.

Prof. T I Eldho

Assoc.

Editor(Int

. J. Ecology & Dev

.)

Prof. T I Eldho

Editorial Board

Member

- Journal of IWWA

Prof. T I Eldho

Editorial Board Member of J. of IWRA

Prof. T I Eldho

Editorial Board Member of International Journal of Geotextiles and

Geomembranes

, U.K.

Prof.

J N Mandal

Editorial Advisory Board Member of International Journal of Construction and Building Material, U.K.

Prof. J N Mandal

Editor, Indian Geotechnical Journal, India.

Prof. J N Mandal

Editorial Board Member of International Journal of Civil Engineering and Science.

Prof. J N Mandal

Editorial Board of International Journal of Architecture and Civil Engineering.

Prof. J N Mandal

Editorial Board Member of Journal of Civil  Engineering (JCE) under international academy of science and

technology

Prof. J N

Mandal

Editorial Board Member of International Journal of Geological  Engineering , SCIKNOW Publisher, New York, U.S.A.

Prof. J N

Mandal

Editorial Board Member of Civil Engineering  and Architecture ,  Horizon Research Publishing (HRPUB),U.S.A.

Prof. J N

Mandal

American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, USA;

Prof.

D Choudhury

Guest editor

ISSMGE

International Journal of Geoengineering Case Histories, UK

Prof.

D Choudhury

Editorial Board Member, Indian

Geotehcnical

Journal (IGJ), India.

Prof.

D Choudhury

Editorial Board Member, ISSMGE Bulletin, UK. Also Handling Editor of 4 Issues of ISSMGE Bulletin since 2009.

Prof. D Choudhury

Editorial Board Member, Journal Disaster Advances, India.

Prof. D Choudhury

Editorial Board Member, International Journal of Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering (IJGEE), India.

Prof. D Choudhury

Editorial Board Member, Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering (EJGE), USA.

Prof. D Choudhury

Editorial Board Member, Journal of Civil Engineering and Science (JCES), USA.

Prof.

D Choudhury

Editorial Board Member, Journal Dataset Papers in Geosciences, USA.

Prof.

D Choudhury

Editorial Board Member, ISRN Civil Engineering Journal, USA.

Prof.

D Choudhury

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Associated Departments

Centre for Urban Science and Engineering

Interdisciplinary program in Climate Studies

Centre for Technology Alternatives for Rural Areas

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Administrative Positions

Prof

Tarun

Kant:

Chairman (

JEE), HOD, Dean (IPS)

Prof.

B S

Pani

: HOD, Chairman (JEE

), Dean (IPS

)

Prof.

A K

Rastogi

: Associate Dean (IPS)

Prof.

Y M Desai:

Vice Chairman (

JEE), Associate Dean (IPS), HOD, Dean (Admin)

Prof.

K V Krishna Rao: Vice Chairman (JEE

), Associate Dean (IPS),

Dean (IPS), HOD

Prof.

Tom V Mathew:

Vice

Chairman(JEE), Chairman (JEE)

Prof.

M C

Deo

: CEP/ QIP Co-ordinator, HOD

Prof.

G

Venkatachalam

:

CEP/ QIP

Co-ordinator, HOD

Prof.

Eldho

: Vice Chairman (GATE), Chairman (UGAPEC)

Prof.

Dhingra

; HOD

Prof.

V

Jothiprakash

: NSS Coordinator

Prof.

Juneja

,

Prof.

Murthy,

Prof.

Jangid

,

Prof.

Bajoria

,

Prof.

Desai – Warden

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Director/ VC Positions (other institutes)

Prof. P Banerjee: Director, IIT

Roorkee

Prof. B S

Pani

: Ex-Vice Chancellor,

Kalinga

University, Orissa.

Prof. M C

Deo

: Ex-Director, VJTI, Mumbai

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Student Intake per year

B. Tech: 120 (4 years)B. Tech - M. Tech Dual degree*: 0 (5 years)M. Tech: 69 (2 years)PhD: 25-40 ( Average 4 years)OthersSummer InternExchange Program Students

* B. Tech Students can convert to Dual degree

programme

in their Junior year if they satisfy the requirements

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Academic Programs

Specialisation Current PG Students PhDM.Tech.TotalStructural Engineering532477Water Resources Engineering351651Geotechnical Engineering552580Remote Sensing071421Transportation Systems Engineering262753Ocean Engineering080715Total184113297

Graduated StudentsYearB TechM.TechPhD20086051152009654316201071361720117036162012943912Total36020576

IITB – Monash Academy PhD Programme

15

M. Tech/PhDForeign Students

Post Doctoral Fellowship

Current UG Students: 454

Dual Degree

BTech+MTech

MTech

+ Ph. D.

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B. Tech Students

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Dual Degree Students

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M. Tech Students

Slide19

PhD Scholars

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Number of Major Projects Carried out by Students in a Semester

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International/National Travel Support to the Students

National Conferences 2012-13 (Total : 55)

B.Tech - 5

M.Tech

- 13

PhD – 37

International conferences 2012-13

PhD: 13

Apart from Institute funding, PhD

scholars

attending International conferences were given Additional grant from Department funds

.

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Placement (Total Number)

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Placements (Ratio, Placed to Registered)

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Curriculum

UG Curriculum

http://www.civil.iitb.ac.in/bt.html

Rule book:

http

://

www.iitb.ac.in/academic/rules/btechrulesnew08.pdf

Credits for B Tech Degree: 252

Credits for B Tech Honours: 282

B. Tech with Minor in other Dept.: 282

B. Tech-M. Tech Dual Degree

Curriculum

http://www.civil.iitb.ac.in/dd.html

Rule

book:

http://www.iitb.ac.in/academic/rules/btechrulesnew08.pdf

Credits for

Dual Degree: 378 [B Tech Credits+ 30 Honours Credits+ 96 M Tech Credits]

M. Tech Curriculum

http://www.civil.iitb.ac.in/mt.html

Rule book:

http

://

www.iitb.ac.in/academic/rules/rulesmtec.pdf

Credit Requirement: 158 (68 Course Credits+ 90 credits for 1

st

stage 2

nd

stage project collectively)

Ph. D. Curriculum

Rule

book:

http

://

www.iitb.ac.in/newacadhome/PhDRules28Nov2013-14.pdf

Credit

Requirement:

With M Tech Degree: 16 (12 course credits +4 credits seminar)

With B Tech/ M Sc Degree: 44 (40 course credits +4 credits seminar)

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Courses Offered

Total Courses: 126 Link to Course lists: http://www.iitb.ac.in/acadpublic/allCourse.jsp?deptcd=CECourses for other departments (other than minor): 5 [CE 102 Engineering Mechanics (UG) for Mechanical, CE 605 Applied Statistics (PG) for Climate Studies, CE 608 Eco-hydro-climatology (PG) for Climate Studies, CE 766 Watershed Management (PG) for CTARA and CE 649 Introduction to Urban Design (PG) for CUSE]Minor Courses: 5 [CE 102 M Engineering mechanics, CE 201M Solid Mechanics, CE 205 M Fluid Mechanics, CE 310 M Transportation Engineering-1, CE 303 M Soil Mechanics-1]PG Course: 66.67%, UG Courses 33.33%Theory Courses: 83%, Lab Courses: 17 %

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26

Laboratory Facilities

Heavy Structures

Experimental Mechanics

Structural Evaluation & Materials Tech.

Hydraulics

Fluid Mechanics

Advance

& Dynamic

Soil

Testing

National Geotechnical

Centrifuge Facility

Applied Soil Mechanics

Geotechnical Earthquake

Engineering

Environmental Geotechnology

Advanced Pavement Engineering

Highway Material Testing

Transportation Studio

Traffic Engineering

Remote Sensing and GIS

Photogrammetry

Geodesy

High Definition Survey

Ocean

Engineering

Computational Facility

Servers with specialised s/w

Workstations (80 nos.)

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Heavy Structures Lab.

Shake TableServo-hydraulic Universal Testing Machine 500t & 250t Compression Testing Machines Torsion Testing Machine MGC-Plus Data acquisition system 300t & 120t capacity Reaction Frames Loading Jacks. Measuring sensors like load cells, deflection sensors, strain gauges, accelerometers

Torsion Testing Machine

Shake table for dynamic studies

Slide28

Experimental Mechanics Lab.

Shake TableData Acquisition SystemFFT AnalyzerAccelerometer & Charged AmplifierUTMStrain gauges.

FFT Analyser

Universal Testing Machine

Slide29

Structural Evaluation & Materials Technology Lab.

Compression Testing MachineRheometer for concreteImpact EchoHalf cell potentiometerSteam curing chamber

Rheometer

for Concrete

Half Cell Potentiometer

Slide30

Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics Lab

Ultrasonic flow meter – UFMProgrammable Electro Magnetic meter – PEMSVectrino - 3 component velocity meterBed ProfilerRainfall simulatorHydrology benchHydraulic benchWater Hammer simulatorData logger

Sediment Settling Setup

Slide31

Advance and Dynamic Soil Testing Lab.

Cyclic triaxial shear equipmentFinite consolidation of dredged materialsBender elements to measure small strain stiffnessLarge model containers

Cyclic

T

riaxial

Complete Stress path

Slide32

National Geotechnical Centrifuge Facility

Funded by Department of Science and Technology, with cooperation from DRDO and MHRD

Largest facility in South and South East Asia

Specification

s:

Configuration: Beam type

Platform radius: 4.5m

Model area: 1.0 m x 1.2 m (up to 0.66 m height)

0.7 m x 1.2 m (up to 1.2 m height)

Acceleration range: 10 g to 200 g

Payload: 2.5 tons at 100 g

Capacity: 250 g-tons

In-flight balancing range: 0 to ± 100

kN

In-flight balancing time: 60 seconds

Slide33

Advanced Pavement Engineering & Highway Material Testing Lab.

British Pendulum Friction Tester Vacuum Capillary Viscometer Dynamic Shear Rheometer Brookfield Viscometer Non-Nuclear Density Gauge Concrete Flexural and Compressive Strength Thin Film Oven Ignition Oven Hand Held Roughometer

Dynamic Shear

Rheometer

Slide34

Traffic Engineering and Transportation Studio

Driver Vision TesterSound level MeterVehicle Navigation SystemVehicle Detection SystemsSpecialised Transportation Planning and Traffic Simulation software

Slide35

Environmental Geotechnology

LCR MeterPressure Membrane ExtractorAtomic Absorption Spectro-PhotometerWP4 PotentiometerUltra PycnometerFlexi-wall permeameterImpedance analyser

Atomic Absorption

Spectro-Photometer

Accelerated Diffusion studies

Slide36

Remote Sensing and GIS Lab.

Digital LevelsTotal StationsMirror StereoscopesGround Penetrating RadarGPS Electronic TheodolitesTerrestrial LiDAR

Terrestrial

LiDAR

Slide37

Ocean Engineering Lab.

Wave making SystemSACS- Offshore structure

Slide38

Server Room

Slide39

Software

Slide40

Research Groups

Structural Engineering

(

1958)

Water Resources Engineering

(

1958)

Geotechnical Engineering

(

1959)

Remote Sensing

(

1980

)

Ocean Engineering

(1980)

Transportation

Systems Engineering

(

1988

)

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Key Research Areas (Structural Engineering)

Mechanics

of composites

Structural

dynamics and earthquake Engineering

Structural

reliability

Smart

Structures

Structural

Health Monitoring

High

Performance Concrete and Sustainable construction materials

Slide42

Key Research Areas (Geotechnical Engineering)

Soil Dynamics & Geotechnical

Earthquake

Engineering

Geosynthetics

Environmental

Geotechnology

Foundation Engineering

Computational

Geomechanics

Physical Modelling

using the C

entrifuge

Ground Improvement

Rock Mechanics

Slide43

Key Research Areas (Water Resources Engineering)

Water

R

esources

S

ystems Planning & Management

Hydrological modelling

Groundwater Flow

&

Contaminant Transport

Computational, Experimental

&

Theoretical

F

luid

M

echanics

Watershed and Urban hydrology

Hydro-climatology

Slide44

Key Research Areas (Transportation Systems Engineering)

Sustainable Urban Transportation

Land

use Transport Interaction

Traffic

M

odelling,

S

imulation and Operations

Intelligent

Transportation Systems

Highway

and Pavement Systems

Freight

transportation modeling

Assessment

of transportation Infrastructure

Projects

Slide45

Key Research Areas (Remote Sensing)

Remote sensing of

Rainfall, Snow, Glaciers

Distributed

Hydrological Modelling using Remote sensing and GIS

GPR

and its

applications

High

Definition Surveying

Slide46

Key Research Areas (Ocean Engineering)

Physical, Numerical and soft computing of coastal/ocean dynamics and processes

Coastal engineering

Wave-structure interaction

Storm-Surge Modeling

Impact

of Changing Climate on ocean waters

Energy from O

ceans

Slide47

Sponsored Research Projects

Slide48

48

Sponsored Research Grants

Slide49

Publications (2008-2012)

Patents Filed

– 7

Books/Edited Volumes* – 35

* Includes special issues of journals

Average Journal Papers per

F

aculty in 2012 = 3. 35

Slide50

Citations (Scopus, excluding self-citation)

1

About 18 Faculty Members are having citations greater than 100 during 2008-12

Slide51

Books by Faculty Members (2008 - 2012)

Text Books

Y. M. Desai, T. I.

Eldho

and A. H. Shah, “Finite Element Analysis”, Pearson, 2011.

B. S.

Pani

, “Turbulent Jets- a point source method for hydraulic engineers”, Cambridge University Press India Pvt. Ltd. , 2012

 A. K.

Rastogi

- Numerical Groundwater Hydrology

Penram

Instrenational

Publication, 2012

M. C.

Deo

“Waves and Structures”, Online open book

There are many PhD/ Masters Thesis, which are published as books by Lap Lambert  Academic Publishing and  VDM

Verlag

,

Saarbrücken

.

Slide52

Journals Launched

Prof.

D N Singh:

Environmental

Geotechnics

, Publisher: ICE, UK

Prof.

M C

Deo

:

International Journal of Ocean and Climate

Systems,

Multi-Science Publ.,

UK

Prof. T I

Eldho

:

International Journal of Water Resources and Environmental Management,

Serial Publications, India

Slide53

NPTEL Courses

Structural Analysis - I

Structural Analysis – II

Structural Dynamics

Introduction to Earthquake

Engineering

Structural

Reliability

Fluid Mechanics

Watershed

Management

Foundation Engineering

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

Soil Dynamics

Soil Mechanics

Advanced Geotechnical Engineering

Traffic Engineering and Management

Transportation Engineering – I

Transportation Network Modeling

Slide54

Industry Interaction

Slide55

Industry Interaction

Slide56

Highlights of Professional Activities (Structural Engineering)

Latur

Earthquake Rehabilitation Program for Government of

Maharashtra (

http

://

www.ircc.iitb.ac.in/IRCC-Webpage/PDF/update/archives/contents/expertise4.htm

)

Guidelines

on earth quakes for National Disaster Management Authority- NDMA (

http://ndma.gov.in/ndma/guidelines/Earthquakes.pdf

)

Structural

Audit and Proof Checking of High rise

buildings

High

Rise Buildings committee –

Guidelines

Committee on Heritage Structures - Guidelines

Analysis

and Design of First TV tower in Mumbai

Precise

design of largest Radio Telescope (operating at low radio frequencies) platform for the National Centre for Radio Astrophysics (NCRA) of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Pune

Slide57

Highlights of Professional Activities (Geotechnical Engg.)

Design guidelines for Pile-Raft Foundation

Dynamic

Soil Characterization

which is incorporated in International

Building Code (IBC)

– 1801 on

"Foundations", National Design Code of

USA.

Research

findings on Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering are

getting incorporated

in the revision of Chapter-7 of Indian Road Congress (IRC

), design

guideline IRC 75, by H-4 committee of IRC, India

.

Rehabilitation

of

Nivsar

Station near

Ratnagiri

of

Konkan

Railways.

Foundation

recommendations for the 55 storied twin towers in Mumbai

Central

Ascertaining the Suitability of Lagoon ash from DTPS for application as Sand for Construction Purpose    

Providing Technical Solution for the Dangerous Conditions of the Hillock Areas in Slums in Mumbai  

Feasibility Study for 4

th

 Container Terminal at Jawaharlal Nehru Port

Trust

 

Recommendations for

preparing sporting and fast

Cricket Pitches

 

Foundations for prestigious

Bandra

Worli

Sea Link.

Slide58

Highlights of Professional Activities(Water Resources Engineering)

Real-time

Intermittent Reservoir Inflow Prediction Models

applied to

Koyna

Dam (Dr. P.K.

Patwardhan

Technology Development Award 2011)

Flood Mitigation work at

Chhatrapathi

Shivaji

International Airport, Mumbai

(

IRCC

Industrial Impact

Award

)

First observation of increasing trend of spatial heterogeneity in Indian rainfall extremes [Publication

in NATURE group journal: Nature Climate Change (Impact Factor: 14.472

)

Helped

many municipal corporations such as Mumbai,

Navi

Mumbai in

flood hazard mitigations

Physical model studies on fluid turbulence problems such as pump sump modeling, transient flow analysis and large scale lift irrigation.

Helped

many rural villages and NGOs in rainwater harvesting

and watershed management.

Software

were developed for solution of various problems such

runoff estimation

, flood monitoring etc

.

Slide59

Highlights of Professional Activities (Transportation Systems Engineering)

Metro Rail Master Plans for Mumbai,

Navi

Mumbai, Thane and

Pune

Indigenous ITS for Area Traffic Control and real time transit information system for Mumbai

Urban Transportation Systems Planning (UTSP) virtual lab

Evaluation of BRTS for Pune,

Pimpri

Chinchwad

and Indore.

Traffic demand modelling for several traffic facilities (

Bandra

Worli

sea link, Mumbai Trans-

harbour

Link) in the region

Design for transportation infrastructure

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Capacity Building for External Agencies

CIDCO

ONGC

Reliance

IPCL

IEOT

NIO

MCGM

Irrigation Department

Slide61

Capacity Building for External Agencies (contd..)

Structural Engineering

Design courses for PWD Engineers

Finite Element Method courses for Faculty members  

Structural Consultants to most of the Central and State Government agencies

National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology (NME-ICT) Project – Trained 7500 Faculty members in Engineering Mechanics courses

Training the Faculty Members in Finite Element Analysis every year – More than 500 Faculty members

are

trained so far

.

Geotechnical Engineering

Seismic

design of Tailings Dam of India under Atomic

Energy Regulatory

Board (AERB), DAE, Govt. of

India.

Seismic

design of Canal section and check for soil liquefaction

for Gujarat

, India

.

offered several CEP course for the engineers of

ONGC, CIDCO,

Konkan

Railways

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Capacity Building for External Agencies (contd..)

Water Resources Engineering

Large number of training courses are offered for engineering college teachers under QIP and for all other professionals under CEP in the areas of: finite element method; urban drainage; rain water harvesting techniques; soft computing; watershed management etc.

Irrigation Dept. Engineers(GOM), MMRDA Consultants

Transportation Systems Engineering

Preparation

of manuals and guidelines and training of engineers  of roads department of Municipal Corporation of Greater

Mumbai

Capacity

building of state agencies for the implementation of PMGSY

Roads

Short term quality improvement programs (QIP) for teachers from other engineering colleges in the areas of transport demand modeling and traffic

engineering

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Capacity Building for External Agencies (contd..)

Remote Sensing

STC courses on RS GIS and GPS Applications to various field researchers, college teachers, etc

.

Ocean Engineering

Organised workshop on Offshore Structures & SACS Applications for various engineers

from industries

from all over the country

.

ONGC Engineers

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CEP/Conference/Workshop

Slide65

Conferences Organised

12

th

International

Association for Computer Methods and Advances in

Geomechanics

(IACMAG)

Conference in Goa,

India, October

1-6,

2008

Third International Congress on Computational Mechanics & Simulation (ICCMS-09

),

2009.

Indian

Geotechnical Conference (IGC – 2010),

GEOtrendz

, December 16 – 18, 2010.

National

Conference on Hydraulics and Water

Resources, HYDRO 2012, 7

th

and 8

th

Dec. 2012 (two days), IIT Bombay

.

International Conference on Transportation Planning and Implementation Methodologies for Developing Countries

(8

th

TPMDC-2008) December 2008,

IIT Bombay, India

.

International

Conference on Transportation Planning and Implementation Methodologies for Developing Countries (10th TPMDC-2012) December 2012, IIT Bombay, India.

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Workshops Conducted

One day joint workshop by IIT Bombay and PTV, Germany on Micro-simulation of Traffic System using VISUM/VISSIM on May 02, 2008 (Convener: Prof. Tom V Mathew

).

Brainstorming Workshop on Application of Advanced Soft-computing techniques in Geo-spatial Data Analysis during September 22-23,,2008 (Convener:

Jothiprakash

, V.,

Janga

Reddy, M. and

Deo

, M.C

.)

Workshop

on Real time Wave Forecasting using Soft Computing Tools, at IIT Bombay on January 3, 2009 (Convener:

Deo

, M.C

.)

NRB Workshop on Real Time Forecasting of Ocean Waves and Wind, IIT Bombay, Jan. 2, 2009 (Convener:

Deo

, M.C

.).

National Workshop on “Coastal Urban Flood Hazards & management”, 19-20 February, 2010, IIT Bombay (Convener: T.I.

Eldho

, E.P. Rao and B.K. Mohan

).

The NSF-IUSSTF Indo-US Workshop (Infra09) on "Innovative Materials and Structural Systems for Resilient and Sustainable Built Infrastructures," Dec 14-15, 2009, IIT Bombay, India. (Convener: Ghosh S, P.

Banerji

, S.

Banerji

)

International Symposium on Forensic Geotechnical Engineering, IIT Bombay, 14-15 December, 2010. (Organizing Secretary:

Dasaka

,

S.Murty

and B.V.S.

Viswanadham

).

Ninth

International Workshop on Transportation Planning and Implementation Methodologies in Developing Countries (TMPDC), Mumbai, India, December 15-17, 2010 (Organized by Transportation Systems Group) 

ATC-18

International Workshop on Mega Foundations: Recent Advances on large and deep foundations

,September 16, 2010. (Organizing Secretary:

Juneja

A)  

Research

Scholars’ Confluence: 2010

on Nov 13, 2010. (Organizing Secretary: M.C.

Deo

)

International

workshop on CORFU-“Collaborative Research on Urban Flooding” at IIT Mumbai under FP7 EU Research

Programme

, 4-5 February 2011. (Organizing Secretary:

Gupta

Kapil

)

Asiafuge-2012, The First Asian International Workshop on Physical Modelling in

Geotechnics

, Nov. 14-16, 2012

.

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Key Recognition

Civil

Dept

, IITB has

ranked 30

th

in the world according to the QS World University Rankings for technical

subjects (in 2012)

UG Students: winner

of "Tower Of Babylon", an interdisciplinary competition

between Five

Members Of Global Alliance of Technological Universities, viz.

IIT Bombay

, ETH Zurich, Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, NTU

Singapore and

SJTU Shanghai China

.

Prof

Tarun

Kant:

First and only

Civil

E

ngineer

in the country to get

elected as fellow

to all the four national

academies (INSA, INAE, NASI,

IASc

).

Prof D N Singh: Fellow of American Society of Civil Engineers

Young Scientist Award from all four academies (INSA, INAE, ISCA, NASI): Prof D Choudhury and Prof S. Ghosh

Teaching Excellence Awardee: consistently from Dept. of Civil

Engg

.

Fellow of INAE: 3 faculty members: Prof

Tarun

Kant, Prof M C

Deo

and Prof D N Singh

P. K.

Patwardhan

Technology Award: Prof V

Jothiprakash

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International Collaborations

Through Sponsored ProjectsUniversity of New South WalesMonash UniversityTexas A&M University University of MarylandUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign etc.Univ. of Edinburgh.Purdue University, USA, (under IUSSTF)KIT, Germany (under DAAD)Through Joint PublicationsNorth-Eastern UniversityUniversity of New South WalesLund University, SwedenCornell UniversityUniversity of New South WalesMonash UniversityTexas A&M University University of Maryland etc.University of AdelaidePoznan University of Technology ,PolandUniversity of Antwerp, BelgiutRensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), NY University of MoratuwaGerman Armed Forces University, Munich

Through

Joint Supervision of Doctoral Students

Monash

University

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Drexel University

HK Polytechnic

University of New South Wales

Exchange

Visits and Fellowship

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

University of

 Wollongong

University of

 California, Berkeley

Technical University, Darmstadt

Kagoshima University

University of Karlsruhe

Technical University of

Dredsen

University of South Australia

NUS

ESTP, France

Lund University, Sweden

Tokyo Institute of Technology

National

Kaohsiung

University of Applied sciences, Taiwan

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Visiting Faculty and Seminars by Visitors

YearVisiting Faculty2008320092201012011220123

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Building Infrastructure

Classrooms

Size: 65

Number: 6

Equipped with audiovisual facilities

Conference Rooms

Size: 45 to 50 seats

Number: 2

Equipped with audiovisual facilities

Mini auditorium

Number: 1

Size: 120 theatre seats with tablet

Equipped with

audiovisual and videoconferencing facilities

Department Library

Size : 25 seats

Theses, Dissertations and books

Meeting Rooms

Number: 2

Size: 6 seats

Equipped with display screen

Faculty and Student Lounges

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Computational Lab with 80 Workstation Spaces and a Server Room

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Two Conference Rooms

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Mini Auditorium – 120 Seats

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Perspective of Conference Room

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Proposed Yearly Student Intake and Faculty Strength

B.Tech.: 120

B.Tech. students in their third year can convert to B.Tech.-

M.Tech

. dual degree program if they satisfy the requirements

M.Tech

.: 100

M.Tech

. students can convert to

M.Tech

.-Ph.D. dual degree program if they satisfy the requirements

Ph.D.: 50

Expected Students On Roll: 880

Expected Faculty Strength

To be achieved in short term: 50

To be achieved in medium Term: 60

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Future Course of Action

Curriculum Review

Grants from various organizations for Research infrastructure development

Research & Development Projects in thrust areas

Targeting research output of high impact

Appointing World renowned Academicians as Visiting Faculty

Civil Engineering Innovation Centre

All Teaching/ Research Laboratories

Innovation space for individual Faculty Members

Student clusters

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