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WELCOME

Welcome to the Department of Civil Engineering.
The Department focuses on advanced research and education in the broad areas of Geotechnical, Structural, Transportation, and Water Resources & Environmental Engineering. The Department is in the Division of Mechanical Sciences at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore.

The Department offers the following academic programs:

   * Ph D
   * M Tech (Res.)
   * M Tech (Civil Engineering) with major in Geotechnical, Structural or Water Resources and Environmental Engineering (from August 2016)
   * M Tech in Transportation and Infrastructure Engineering

The Department is recognized as a Center for Advanced Studies (CAS) by the University Grants Commission of India, a Center of Excellence in Water Resources by the Central Board for Irrigation and Power, and has been recognized by the Department of Science and Technology with funds under the FIST program. An Indo-French Cell Water Sciences has been functioning in the department under an MoU with the French Government since 2001.

International Conference on Soil and Environment
                               July 22-23 2016
Organized by Indian Geotechnical Society, Bangalore Chapter, and Department of Civil Engineering, IISc to felicitate Prof. P.V. Sivapullaiah on the occasion of his retirement.

Monsoon School on Urban Floods, Aug. 22-27, 2016
Organized by Dept. of Civil Engineering, IISc, Bengaluru

 


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Geotechnical Engineering
Structural Engineering
Transportation Engineering
Water Resources and Environmental Engineering

                   M.Tech. PROGRAM                                    (From AUGUST 2016)

       M.Tech. PROGRAM: Informal Answers to FAQs

    RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

Slope stability considerations in hilly regions for Northern Railways

Hydrometeorological feedbacks and changes in water storage and fluxes in Northern India

Studies on Response of Structural Concrete Exposed to Extreme Temperature

Uncertainty analysis of engineering and environmental systems (BRNS Sponsored Coordinated Research Project)

Archived Research Highlights



 


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