Admissions to Post-Graduate Programmes of Department of Civil Engineering in July 2012. The Department
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Established in 1961, the Department of Civil Engineering at IIT Kanpur aims at producing high-quality technical human resources to meet the needs of the nation― industries, R&D organizations and educational institutes. The Department is active in conceptual teaching, research in frontier areas, national-level consulting, and strong outreach activities.
The Post-Graduate Programmes
The Department offers Master of Technology (MTech) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees in the following specializations:
Environmental Engineering (only PhD degree)
Hydraulics & Water Resources Engineering
The emphasis of the post-graduate programmes is on learning fundamental principles in the subject area, developing deep understanding of a facet of the chosen specialization, honing creative & independent thinking, and on adapting & solving problems of inter-disciplinary nature. Admissions to these programmes are not restricted to only civil engineers. For example, the MTech programme in Engineering Geosciences is also open to graduates with M.Sc. degree in geosciences. In addition, the department also administers an interdisciplinary MTech program in Environmental Engineering & Management (EEM), which is open to graduates with bachelor’s degree in a large number of subjects; for details on the EEM Programme, please contact Dr. S.N. Tripathi (email@example.com), Convener, EEM Programme.
Details of admission procedures, eligibility requirements, financial assistance and course requirements, please select the link of “Academics” followed by “Postgraduate Program” and “Admissions” on this web-page. The last date for receiving completed application forms is April 16, 2012.
The state-of-the-art research facilities added in the Department over the last decade include:
Advanced triaxial system including dynamic load-ing, bender elements, ring shear apparatus, dila-tometer, SASW, pressure meter, seismic down hole system
Robotic & motorized total stations, digital theodo-lites & levels, geodetic differential GPS receivers, terrestrial laser scanner, range camera, integra-ted GPS and INS system, photogrammetric work-station, softwares for geospatial processing
AAS, WDXRF, resistivity meter, hydrobios sedi-ment corer echo sounder, water analysis equip-ment, exploration seismograph, stereoscopy sta-tion for the worldwide aeronet project, GPS, drill cores scanner, GPR, survey instrument, petro-logical microscopes
Facility for physical modelling of rivers and hy-draulic testing of pipes, acoustic doppler veloci-meter, apparatus for measuring fluid friction, mo-mentum and energy losses, hydrology system, hydro-meteorological observatory
Profilograph, rotational viscometer, vacuum visco-meter, asphalt fatigue testing, skid tester, thin film oven tester, driver testing, stone polish ma-chine, traffic speed radar, asphalt ignition tester, GPS, vehicle classification system
Remote sensing for earth resources, urban mapping, environment, archaeology; photogra-mmetry, GPS, GIS and pattern recognition applications; terrestrial, airborne and mobile laser scanning; visualization; LBS, flood and noise propagation modeling; WebGIS
Fluvial geomorphology and sedimentology; shallow sub-surface stratigraphy of sedi-mentary basins; tectonic geomorphology and paleoseismology; climate change and response of earth systems; petrology and geochemistry
Structural dynamics, mechanics & stability; earthquake engineering; concrete; reinforced concrete, masonry, and steel structures; struc-tural health monitoring; performance-based design; multiscale, multiphysics in mechanics & materials; robust optimization of structures
Soil-structure interaction; soil dynamics and liquefaction; ground improvement; physical modeling of foundation systems; constitutive behaviour of geomaterials; railway geotech-nology; slope stability
Environmental chemistry; wastewater treat-ment; environmental systems; modeling & management, atmospheric pollution & its effects on climate
The facilities offered at IITK to students include: