Department of Civil Engineering

Eminent Speakers

Dept. data last updated on :08/09/2021

EMINENT SPEAKERS OF THE DEPARTMENT

The department of civil engineering has a practice to call eminent academician, researchers and reputed industry personals for interactive lectures on wide variety of topics.

The list of expert lectures organized in last session has been tabulated below:


S. No.

Speaker

Topic

Event

1

Er Varun Kumar, IRSE

Civil Engineering in Indian Railway

Institute-Industry Interaction on 11/03/2020

2

Prof. Chandan Ghosh, IIT Jammu

Use of Vetiver, the multi-usage plant

Online Short Term Course on “Disaster Management and its Mitigation”
May 2020

3

Shri Anand Sharma, DDGM, IMD, New Delhi

Super Cyclone Amphan

Online Short Term Course on “Disaster Management and its Mitigation”
May 2020

4

Dr. Amit Goyal, NITTTR, Chandigarh

Earthquake Resistant Technologies for Retrofitting of Existing Buildings

Online Short Term Course on “Disaster Management and its Mitigation”
May 2020

5

Er. S. K. Gupta,

Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation

Metro Rail Construction: An Overview

ATAL FDP 18 – 22 Jan, 2021 “Underground Space Utilization”

6

Prof. N. K. Samadhiya, IIT Roorkee

Analysis of Underground Structures

ATAL FDP 18 – 22 Jan, 2021 “Underground Space Utilization”

7

Dr. Harsh Verma, Scientist CIMFR, Bhilai

Excavation in Hard Rocks

ATAL FDP 18 – 22 Jan, 2021 “Underground Space Utilization”

8

Er. Saurabh Sharma

Project Manager DMRC, New Delhi.

Challenges in Underground Metro Station Construction

ATAL FDP 18 – 22 Jan, 2021 “Underground Space Utilization”

9

Prof. K. S. Rao IIT, Delhi.

Fundamentals of Rock Mechanics

ATAL FDP 18 – 22 Jan, 2021 “Underground Space Utilization”

10

Er. Sahzad Ali

DGM/CIVIL/DMRC

Experiences in Underground

Excavations in MMRC Tunnels.

ATAL FDP 18 – 22 Jan, 2021 “Underground Space Utilization”

11

Dr. Altaf Usmani

AGM, Engineers India Ltd., New Delhi.

Underground Space for Strategic

Storage

ATAL FDP 18 – 22 Jan, 2021 “Underground Space Utilization”

12

Dr. Abhishek Kumar, Associate Professor

IIT Guwahati.

Seismic Safety of Underground Space

ATAL FDP 18 – 22 Jan, 2021 “Underground Space Utilization”

13

Prof. M. A. Iqbal

IIT Roorkee.

Underground Structures

Subjected to Extreme Loading

ATAL FDP 18 – 22 Jan, 2021 “Underground Space Utilization”

14

Prof. Arun Kansal, TERI

Technology and Governance of

Municipal Waste Management

ATAL-FDP 24th– 28th February, 2021

“Waste Management: Challenges and Opportunities”

15

Prof. Absar Ahmad Kazmi,

IIT Roorkee

Solid waste management in

India: accomplishment and needs

ATAL-FDP 24th– 28th February, 2021

“Waste Management: Challenges and Opportunities”

16

Prof. Virendra Kumar

Mishra, IIT (BHU).

Challenges and

Sustainable solutions to waste

management in indian context

ATAL-FDP 24th– 28th February, 2021

“Waste Management: Challenges and Opportunities”

17

Prof. Anil Kumar Sharma,

MANIT, Bhopal.

Vehicular Pollution and its

control

ATAL-FDP 24th– 28th February, 2021

“Waste Management: Challenges and Opportunities”

18

Prof. Sirajuddin Ahmed, JMI.

Waste Management Options

ATAL-FDP 24th– 28th February, 2021

“Waste Management: Challenges and Opportunities”

19

Prof. Sudipta Sarkar,

IIT Roorkee.

A novel method for

autosegregation and

pretreatment of unsegregated

MSW

ATAL-FDP 24th– 28th February, 2021

“Waste Management: Challenges and Opportunities”

20

Prof. Anwar Khursheed,

King Saud University, Riyadh.

Advancement in Anaerobic

Wastewater Treatment-Special

reference to DIET

ATAL-FDP 24th– 28th February, 2021

“Waste Management: Challenges and Opportunities”

21

Prof. I. H. Farooqi, AMU,

Aligarh.

Waste Management and

Challenges

ATAL-FDP 24th– 28th February, 2021

“Waste Management: Challenges and Opportunities”

22

Prof. M. Chandra

Sekhar, NIT Warangal.

Removal of Nutrients

from industrial wastewater

ATAL-FDP 24th– 28th February, 2021

“Waste Management: Challenges and Opportunities”

23

Prof. Pushpendra Kumar

Sharma, Lovely Professional

University, Punjab.

Waste Management Future

Scopes

ATAL-FDP 24th– 28th February, 2021

“Waste Management: Challenges and Opportunities”