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Onging Research Projects

Title

Project Investigator

Source of Funding

Total Amount (Lakhs of Rupees)

Date of Sanction

Duration
(Yrs.)

Rural Road Pavement Performance Study

Dr. S. K. Roy

NRRDA

10.0

2006

3

Control of Seismic Vibrations of Low Height Buildings
By the Liquid Column Damper

Dr. Aparna (Dey) Ghosh

BRNS, DAE, Govt. of India

5.51

July, 2005

3

Control of Earthquake Response of Structures using Liquid Column  Damper

Dr. Aparna (Dey) Ghosh

DST, Govt. of India

3.48

November, 2005

3

Co-relation between Engineering Properties of in-situ subgrade materials in response study of flexible pavement.

Prof. Tapas Kumar Roy
Dr. B.C. Chattopadhyay

UGC

1.0

2007

2

Use of surfactant treated sludge for the removal of persistent organic pollutants from water environment.

Dr. Asok Adak

DST, Govt. of India

12.24

2007

3

Pilot Project on Arsenic Removal community Filter

Dr. Anirban Gupta

UP Jal
Nigam

14.64

2008

1

Arsenic Mitigation and Appropriate Sanitation in Schools

Dr. Anirban Gupta

Water for People, USA

US$
192244

2009

1

Field Trials of Household and Community level Defluoridation Technology

Dr. Anirban Gupta

UNICEF

8.56

2008

1 year

Performance Assessment of Steel rebars in concrete based on Non-destructive Evaluation Techniques

Prof. A. K. Chakraborty

TATA     STEEL

14.5

2006

2.5

Technology development of High Performance Fibre Reinforced Concrete Composites for different applications

Prof. A. K. Chakraborty

TATA STEEL

17.25

2007

1

Capacity building for technological solution and training to improve groundwater resources management in arsenic affected areas of eastern India – A DelPHE Project
(Collaborators – Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur,  (lead Institute) Queen’s University, Belfast and Institute of Environmental Management & Studies, Jamshedpur)

Dr. K.K. Bhar
Dr. Anirban, Gupta, Prof. P. Bandyopadhyay & Prof. C. Majumder

DFID, UK

42

2008

3

A collaborative project on Novel Nondestructive Robust Structural Health Assessment Technique with Minimum Noise Contaminated Information was initiated by Professor Subrata Chakraborty within the framework of collaborative Project with Scientists & Technologists of Indian Origin Abroad (CP-STIO) Program in collaboration with Professor Achintya Haldar of University of Arizona and Dr Manish Shrikhande of Indian  Institute of Technology, Roorkee has been sanctioned by DST.