Ph.D. (Earthquake Engg.), Univ. of Tokyo, Japan
M. Tech. (Structural Engg.), IIT Kanpur
B.E. (Civil Engg), Vasavi College of Engineering, Osmania University
Area of Interest: 1. Earthquake engineering and Structural Dynamics,
2. Analysis and design of RC structures,
3. Numerical simulation of non-engineered buildings,
4. Development of awareness raising tools for earthquake disaster mitigation and
5. Collapse structure Analysis.
Dr. Ramancharla worked in L&T-ECC for about a year (1997-98) and went to Tokyo for pursuing his PhD.
After receiving his degree, he worked as a post-doctoral fellow for one year.
Professor of Eminence
Ph.D. (Systems Design), University of Waterloo, Canada
M.A. Sc. (Systems Design), University of Waterloo, Canada
B.E. (Civil Engineering) College of Engineering, Anantapur
Before Dr. Venkateswarlu joined the IIIT, he was with the Government of Andhra Pradesh.
As Engineer-in-Chief (1995-2000), he was instrumental in the use of computers and IT in Civil engineering
applications particularly in Rural Water Supply. He worked as Director, AP Engineering Research Laboratories
(1984 - 1988), and as Member Secretary, AP Council of Science and Technology (1988 - 1989). During the period
1989 - 1995, as Chief Engineer he managed AP Primary Education Project funded by DFID.
Area of Interest:1. Finite Element Methods in Applied Mechanics and Electro Magnetism
2. Signal Processing Applications
3. Random vibrations
4. Stochastic Processes.
Professor of Eminence - Mathematics
PhD 1980, IIT Kharagpur
Area of Interest:
1. Mathematics and Computational Sciences
2. Continuum Mechanics
3. Functional Analysis
4. Partial Differential Equations
Pursuing PhD at IIIT Hyderabad.
Ph.D. Civil Engg., Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
M.Tech. Civil Engg., (Geotechnical Engineering) IIT Delhi
B.Tech. Civil Engg., Sri Venkateswara University
Area of Interest: Ground motion studies using finite fault simulation technique
Site Characterization and Seismic Microzonation of Indian Mega cities
Site amplification studies
Estimation of Vulnerability Index using Microtremor measurements
Post earthquake damage studies
Earthquake awareness and preparedness
Ph.D. (Geotechnical Engineering) Civil Engg., Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Area of Interest: Liquefaction Potential Evaluation
Nonlinear Dynamic Response Analysis
Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering
Ph.D (Civil Engg) University of Tokyo, Japan
M.Eng in Civil Engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan
B. Tech(Hons) Civil Engineering, IIT Kharagpur, India
Area of Interest: Geographical Information Systems (GIS), Remote Sensing, Modelling & Simulation, Regional and Global Environmental Change, Human-Land-Water interactions, Role of S&T in Policy making, Open Source Softwares
Ph.D in Environmental Sciences Osmania University and NRSC, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
Master of Science, (Botany) Osmania University, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
Bachelor of Science, Osmania University, Hyderabad, Andra Pradesh
Area of Interest:Remote sensing and GIS applications in Natural Resource Management.
Ph.D from IISc Bangalore
Area of Interest:Hydrologic Impacts of Climate Change, Statistical Downscaling, Uncertainty Modeling, Water Quality Management, Reservoir Operation, Irrigation Planning.
Ph.D. 2000, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
B.E. (Civil Engineering), M.B.M. Engineering College, University of Jodhpur
Dr. Garg joined IIIT after his PhD. from IIT Delhi in 2000. He has worked as junior research fellow at FZJ Juelich, Germany, during his PhD. His research interests include life cycle cost optimization of buildings, intelligent buildings, fuzzy logic controllers for energy conservation & enhanced comfort in buildings and optical fiber based lighting. He has many publications in these areas. He has recently developed a tool for life cycle optimization of buildings.
He is coordinating the "IT in Building Science" M. Tech. programme. His teaching interests include building automation & controls, intelligent buildings, and lighting design & technology. He has established a Building Automation lab in IIIT.