Dr. Nisha Radhakrishnan



 

Name               : Dr. Nisha Radhakrishnan

 

Designation      : Associate Professor

 

Academic Performance ( High school to highest qualification )

University/Board

Qualification

Year

Specialisation

Kerala University, College of Engineering Trivandrum, Kerala

B.Tech.

1997 – 2001

Civil Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

M.Tech.

(Civil)

2001 – 2003

Remote Sensing, GIS

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Ph.D.

(Civil)

2003 – 2007

Global Positioning System


 

Area of Specialization

  • Global Positioning System

  • Remote Sensing

  • Geographic Information System

  • Surveying

  • Advanced Surveying Techniques – EDM, Total Station, Photogrammetry

  • Ph.D. Thesis title: Geodetic monitoring of deformation of Large Engineering Structures (January 2003 – May 2007)

M.Tech. Dissertation title: A Study on Stratospheric Pollution with reference to UARS* data   (*UARS: Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite) (July 2001 – December 2002)

 

Areas of research:

  • Land use/Land cover change detection

  • Urban Sprawl

  • Land Use – Transportation Interaction

  • Urban Speed Management

  • Atmospheric Remote Sensing      

  • Facility Management

  • Land use- Transportation Impact Analysis                            

 

Research - Sponsored Projects Undertaken

  1. “Urban Speed Management using ITS”, Centre of Excellence in Urban Transport, IIT Madras and Ministry of Urban Development, 15 Lakhs, 2010 – 2015 Completed, PI: Dr. S. Moses Santhakumar, Co-PI: Dr. Samson Mathew, Dr. Nisha Radhakrishnan

  2. “Land use and Land cover Assessment along Tiruchirappalli City using High Resolution Remote Sensing Images”, Fast Track Research Proposal For Young Scientists, SERB (Department of Science & Technology), Rs. 15.94 Lakhs, 2012 – 2015 Completed, PI: Dr. Nisha Radhakrishnan

  3. Centre of Excellence in Transportation Engineering (CETransE), sanctioned by MHRD, GoI (2013) of 2 crores till Date.  Core Members: Dr. S. Moses Santhakumar, Dr. Samson Mathew, Dr. Nisha Radhakrishnan, Dr. V. Sunitha

 

Number of publications:

 

i.  Papers published in International journals

 

  1. Kulkarni, M. N., Radhakrishnan, N., Rai, D., 2004.  Deformation Studies of Koyna Dam, Western India, Using GPS, GPS WORLD, November 15(11), pp. 14 - 19.

  2. Kulkarni, M. N., Radhakrishnan, N., Rai, D., 2006. Global Positioning System in Disaster Monitoring of Koyna Dam, Western Maharashtra, Survey Review, July 38(301), pp. 629 - 636.

  3. Radhakrishnan, N., 2011. Application of GPS in identifying Active Fault plane in Western Maharashtra Peninsular Shield of India, JOURNAL GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF INDIA, (SCI JOURNAL), Vol.77, April 2011, pp.360-366, Springer, DOI 10.1007/s12594-011-0040-5.

  4. Nisha Radhakrishnan, D. Svega, 2011. Study in variation of ozone concentration over Indian subcontinent using Ozone Monitoring Instrument data, Journal of Remote sensing & GIS, Volume 2, Issue 2, Nov, Pages 13-20, ISSN 2230 – 7990.

  5. Sathees Kumar, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Samson Mathew, 2012. Land Use Land Cover Change Detection And Forecasting For Tiruchirappalli City Using Remote Sensing And GIS, Journal of Remote sensing & GIS, Volume 3, Issue 1, April 2012, Pages 21-32.

  6. Sathees Kumar, D.Thirumalaivasan, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Samson Mathew. Groundwater Vulnerability Assessment Using SINTACS Model, Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk pp.1-16. (SCIE) (DOI:10.1080/19475705.2012.732119) (2012 Impact Factor: 0.977).

  7. Sathees Kumar, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Samson Mathew, “Land Use Change Modeling Using a Markov Model and Remote Sensing”, Geomatics, Natural Hazard and Risk. 2012, pp.1-16. (SCIE) (2012 Impact Factor: 0.977) (DOI:10.1080/19475705.2013.795502).

  8. Sathees Kumar, Tirumalaivasan, Nisha Radhakrishnan, “GIS based assessment of Ground Water Vulnerability Using DRASTIC Model”, The Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, DOI 10.1007/s13369-013-0843-3, Published online 01 November 2013 (SCI).

  9. Nisha Radhakrishnan, Satheesh Kumar Eerni, Sathees Kumar P., Analysis of Urban Sprawl Pattern in Tiruchirappalli City using applications of Remote sensing and GIS technique, The Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, Arab J Sci Eng (2014) 39:5555–5563, DOI 10.1007/s13369-014-1099-2 (SCI).

  10. Sivaprakash, Nisha Radhakrishnan,  TRIP GENERATION ANALYSIS IN THE DEVATHANAM WARD OF TIRUCHIRAPPALLI CITY (TAMIL NADU), IJSRD - International Journal for Scientific Research & Development| Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2014 | ISSN (online): 2321-0613.

  11. Sathees Kumar, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Samson Mathew, Application of geospatial techniques to land suitability analysis, International Journal of Sustainable Building Technology and Urban Development, 2015, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/2093761X.2015.1014446.

  12. Thenmozhi R, Nisha Radhakrishnan and Moses Santhakumar (2015) “Study on Efficiency of Existing Urban Road Space in Trichy City”, Case Studies on Transport Policy, Elsevier (Communicated – Under Review – November 2015).

  13. Thenmozhi R, Nisha Radhakrishnan and Moses Santhakumar (2016) “Spatial Distribution of Urban Road Network in Trichy City Using Quick-bird Satellite Image”  International Journal of Earth science and Engineering (Communicated – Under Review – March 2016).

  14. Nisha Radhakrishnan, Aswathy R, Samson Mathew (2016) Studying Land use - Travel Demand Interaction using 3S Technology for Tiruchirappalli city, Journal of Indian Society of Remote Sensing (Communicated – Under Review – Februrary 2016).

 

ii.  Papers published in National journals

  1. Radhakrishnan, N., Kulkarni, M. N., Sakr, K., 2008.  Monitoring of Co-seismic Movement of Koyna Dam using GPS, The IUP Journal of Earth Sciences, July 2(3), pp. 54 – 62, ISSN 0973-8525.

  2. Radhakrishnan, N., Kulkarni, M. N., 2010. Monitoring Crustal deformation of Western Maharashtra Peninsular Shield of India using GPS, Journal of the Institution of Engineering (India), Vol. 91, February 2011, pp. 39 – 42, ISSN 0020-336X.

  3. Radhakrishnan, N., Patel, P., Kulkarni, M. N., 2010.  Post-seismic effect of Sumatra-Andaman earthquake on Western Part of Indian plate, The IUP Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol. 4, No. 3, 2010, pp. 45 – 55, ISSN 0973-8525.

  4. Parthasarathy, C., Kumaresan, K., Sumbrui, C., Kumar, S., Radhakrishnan, N., Mathew, S., 2011. Land use and Land cover Assessment along Tiruchirappalli city using Remote Sensing, The IUP Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 60 – 68, ISSN 0973-8525.

  5. Nisha Radhakrishnan, Application of GPS in Structural deformation Monitoring: A Case Study on Koyna Dam, Journal of Geomatics (Accepted for publication for review, February 2014)

  6. “TRIP MATRIX ESTIMATION FROM TRAFFIC COUNTS USING CUBE”, Subha Nair, Dr. Nisha Radhakrishnan, Dr. Samson Mathew,  IC-RICE 2013 – PDACEG – Karnataka - India: International Conference on  Recent Innovations in Civil Engineering, Gulbarga,  Karnataka October 25 -27, 2013 (Published in journal).

  7. Navyatha Metta, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Samson Mathew, November 2015, Land use and Transportation – Understanding Linkage between Travel Behaviour and Residential Location, A journal of the Transportation Research Group of India [TRG] Transportation in Developing Economies (Accepted for Publication).

 

      ii. Papers published in referred International conference proceedings

 

  1. “Direct GPS measurement of Koyna Dam during Earthquake”, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Madhav N. Kulkarni, Kamal Sakr, 3rd IAG Symposium on Geodesy for Geotechnical and Structural Engineering and 12th FIG Symposium on Deformation Measurements, Baden, Austria, May 22 – 24, 2006.

  2. “GPS Measurement of Koyna Dam Deformation during Occurrence of Local Earthquakes”, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Madhav N. Kulkarni, Kamal Sakr, VI Hotine – Marussi Symposium of Theoretical and Computational Geodesy: Challenge and Role of Modern Geodesy, Wuhan University, China, 29th May – 2nd June 2006.

  3. “Study of ongoing deformation of field and record of dam movement during Earthquake by GPS on Koyna dam”,  M N Kulkarni, Nisha R, Kamal Sakr. APSG 2006. Jeju Island, South Korea 16-18 October 2006.

  4. “Study of recent crustal movements around artificial lakes, Case studies: Aswan Lake, Egypt and Koyna Lake in Western Maharashtra, India”, Kamal Sakr, Abdel-Morem Mohamed, Madhav N. Kulkarni, Nisha Radhakrishnan, The Eleventh General Scientific Meeting, Helwan, Cairo, Egypt, December 17 – 21, 2006.

  5. GIS based Traffic Management Techniques for Vizianagaram city", Satish Kumar Eerni, VR Sankar Cheela, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Urban Mobility India, December 3 – 5, 2010.

  6. "A Study on NPS Modelling in River Cauvery Using GIS", Sankar Cheela, Parvathy Nair A, Jaya Krishna A, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Geospatial World Forum, Hyderabad, 18 - 21 January 2011.

  7. "Land Use Change Analysis in Tiruchirappalli City Using Remote sensing and GIS", Sathees kumar, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Samson Mathew, Geospatial World Forum, Hyderabad, 18 - 21 January 2011.

  8. “Urban Speed Management - A Case Study Of Tiruchirappalli City” Basil Basheerudeen, Samson Mathew, Moses Santhakumar, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Urban mobility, Delhi, December 3 – 6, 2011.

  9. “Forecasting Urban Sprawl and Traffic Conditions in Tiruchirappalli City”, Satish Kumar Eerni, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Samson Mathew, Urban mobility, Delhi, December 3 – 6, 2011.

  10. “Analyzing the  Relation between Land Use and Travel Demand Using 3S Technology”, Aswathy R, Sathees Kumar, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Proceedings of Geomatrix’12, INDIA, International Conference on Geospatial Technologies and Applications, February 26 – 29, 2012,  IIT Bombay.

  11. “The Impact of Built Environment on Pedestrian Motor Vehicle Collision along Tirichirappalli Urban Road Network”, K. R. Vinodhkumar, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Sathees Kumar, Proceedings of Geomatrix’12, INDIA, International Conference on Geospatial Technologies and Applications, February 26 – 29, 2012, IIT Bombay.

  12. “GEOSPATIAL BASED TRAVEL TIME AND DELAY ANALYSIS ALONG TIRUCHIRAPPALLI ROAD NETWORK “, Ankit Pachori, Nisha Radhakrishnan, India Geospatial Forum, Hyderabad Internal Convention Centre, Hyderabad, 22 -24 January 2013.

  13. “TRAVEL DEMAND FORECASTING FOR TIRUCHIRAPPALLI DISTRICT (TAMIL NADU)”, Sivaprakash G, Nisha Radhakrishnan, India Geospatial Forum, Hyderabad Internal Convention Centre, Hyderabad, 22 -24 January 2013.

  14. “Origin Destination Matrix using Bilevel Programming”, Subha Nair, Sathees Kumar, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Samson Mathew, India Geospatial Forum, Hyderabad Internal Convention Centre, Hyderabad, 22 -24 January 2013.

  15. “Speed Detection and Management – ‘ITS’application”, Arif Ashraf, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Samson Mathew, S. Moses Santhakumar, India Geospatial Forum, Hyderabad Internal Convention Centre, Hyderabad, 22 -24 January 2013.

  16. “IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF BUILT ENVIRONMENT ON PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENTS”, Nisha Radhakrishnan, K.R.Vinodhkumar, Sathees Kumar, Samson Mathew, Geospatial World Forum, Beurs-World Trade Centre, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 13 – 16, May 2013.

  17. “TRIP MATRIX ESTIMATION FROM TRAFFIC COUNTS USING CUBE”, Subha Nair, Dr. Nisha Radhakrishnan, Dr. Samson Mathew,  IC-RICE 2013 – PDACEG – Karnataka - India: International Conference on  Recent Innovations in Civil Engineering, Gulbarga,  Karnataka October 25 -27, 2013.

  18. “Geospatial Analysis Of Accessibility And Mobility For Facilities”, Shanmathi Rekha R, Nisha Radhakrishnan and Samson Mathew, GeoSmart India, Noida, March 1-3. 2016.

  19. Thenmozhi R, Nisha Radhakrishnan and Moses Santhakumar (2015)  “Evaluation Of Existing Road Transport Infrastructure In Trichy City Using GIS” in GeoSmart India/GeoSmart ASIA 2016, March 1-3, 2016, Greater Noida, India.

  20. Ankit Singh Raghuwanshi, Nisha Radhakrishnan, “Study of Para Transit System in Tiruchirappalli”, GeoSmart India/GeoSmart ASIA 2016, March 1-3, 2016, Greater Noida, India.

  21. Thenmozhi R, Nisha Radhakrishnan and Moses Santhakumar (2015) “Spatial Distribution of Urban Road Network in Trichy City Using Quick-bird Satellite Image”  International Conference ICSETH-2016 on Sustainable Developments in Science Engineering Technologies and Humanities, PSN Engineering College, Tirunelveli, 10-11, March 2016.

 

     iv. Papers published in referred national conference proceedings

 

  1. “Comparison of zone mixing ratios of MLS and HALOE and trace gas studies of UARS satellite data over Indian subcontinent”, Nisha Radhakrishnan, M.V.R. Murti and C.S.Rao, Symposium on Advances on Microwave Remote Sensing Applications, January 21-23, 2003, IIT Bombay, Mumbai.

  2. “Studies on Ozone and trace gases with HALOE over India”, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Sanjeev Kumar, M.V.R. Murti and C.S.Rao, ISRS Annual Convention 2003, National Symposium on Resource Management with Special Reference to Geoinformatics and Decentralized Planning, Trivandrum, Kerala, December 9-12, 2003.

  3. “Monitoring deformations of Koyna Dam using GPS”, Kulkarni, M.N., Nisha R., V.S. Tomar, P. Pillai, World Conference on Disaster manangement, DMIC-2003, Hyderabad, November 10-12, 2003.

  4. “Techniques for Monitoring Deformation in Large Engineering Structures”, Madhav N. Kulkarni, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Deepa Rai, Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR URBAN SAFETY OF MEGA CITIES IN ASIA, Agra, pp 71-82, October 18-19, 2004.

  5. “Global Positioning System in Disaster Monitoring of Koyna Dam, Western Maharashtra”,  Madhav N. Kulkarni, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Deepa Rai, ISRS Annual Convention and National Symposium on Converging Space Technologies for National Development, Jaipur, pp 76, November 3 – 5, 2004.

  6. “Remote sensing and GIS in land use planning”, Sathees kumar P, Nisha Radhakrishnan, 11th ESRI India User Conference 2010, Noida, April 21 – 22, 2010.

  7. “GIS-GPS Based Pavement Management System”, Mohammed Shinas S, Nisha Radhakrisnan, Sunitha V, National Symposium for Post Graduate Students NSPGS 2010, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, April 24 – 25, 2010.

  8. "Structural Deformation Monitoring of Large Engineering Structures using GPS: A Case study on Koyna Dam, Western Maharashtra", Nisha Radhakrishnan, Madhav N Kulkarni, 2nd National Conference on Geospatial Technologies and Applications, Geomatrix'11, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, February 26 - 27, 2011.

  9. “Urban Speed Management system using ITS”, S. Moses Santhakumar, Samson Mathew, Nisha Radhakrishnan, National Conference on Urban Mobility – Challenges, solutions and prospects, Organized by IIT Madras and CDAC, July 13 – 14, 2012.

  10. Sunny Dhruva, Nisha Radhakrishnan, SITE SUITABILITY ANALYSIS FOR URBAN RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT, Colloquium on Transportation Systems Engineering and Management, CTR, CED, NIT Calicut, India, May 12-13, 2014.

  11. Thenmozhi, Nisha Radhakrishnan, “SPATIAL TEMPORAL ANALYSIS OF URBAN EXPANSION AND POPULATION GROWTH IN TRICHY CITY USING GIS”, published in National Conference on Technological Innovations for sustainable infrastructures, NIT Calicut, March 13, 2015.

  12. Deepthi K, Nisha Radhakrishnan,  Samson Mathew, V Sunitha ,”GIS-GPS BASED PAVEMENT  MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR TIRUCHIRAPPALLI CITY” , published in National Conference in Transportation Systems Engineering and Management, NIT Trichy, May 1 – 2, 2015.

  13. Anu B Chand, Nisha Radhakrishnan, “LAND USE BASED TRAVEL DEMAND MODELLING FOR TIRUCHIRAPALLI CITY”, published in National Conference in Transportation Systems Engineering and Management, NIT Trichy, May 1 – 2, 2015.

  14. Navyatha Metta, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Samson Mathew, “COMMUTING PATTERN AND RESIDENTIAL LOCATION CHOICE ANALYSIS OF HOUSEHOLDS IN TIRUCHIRAPPALLI CITY”, published in National Conference in Transportation Systems Engineering and Management, NIT Trichy, May 1 – 2, 2015.

  15. “GIS based Quantitative-Spatial Assessment of Existing Road Netwoek in Trichy City using Statistical Approaches”, Thenmozhi, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Moses Santhakumar, published in National Conference in Transportation Systems Engineering and Management, NIT Trichy, May 1 – 2, 2015.

  16. Navyatha Metta, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Samson Mathew, 2015, Land use and Transportation – Understanding Linkage between Travel Behaviour and Residential Location, 3rd Conference of the Transportation Research Group of India held at Kolkata (India) from 17 - 20 December, 2015.

 

Membership in scientific and professional societies

  1. Life Membership Institution of Engineers (India) IEI
  2. Life Membership India Society of Remote Sensing ISRS
  3. Life Membership Indian Society of Geomatics ISG

Honours and awards

  • Awarded the 3rd prize for “best paper presentation by a student” at ISRS Annual Convention 2003, National Symposium on Resource Management with Special Reference to Geoinformatics and Decentralized Planning, 9-12 December 2003, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India. The title of the paper was “Studies on Ozone and trace gases with HALOE over India”, co-authored by Sanjeev Kumar, M.V.R. Murti and C.S.Rao.

  • Awarded “Students paper award” for contribution “Direct GPS measurement of Koyna Dam during Earthquake”, Nisha Radhakrishnan, Madhav N. Kulkarni Kamal Sakr, 3rd IAG Symposium on Geodesy for Geotechnical and Structural Engineering & 12th FIG Symposium on Deformation Measurements, Baden, Austria, May 22 – 24 2006.

  • Awarded 1st for Paper presentation for contribution "Structural Deformation Monitoring of Large Engineering Structures using GPS: A Case study on Koyna Dam, Western Maharashtra", Nisha Radhakrishnan, Madhav N Kulkarni, 2nd National Conference on Geospatial Technologies and Applications, Geomatrix'11, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, February 26 – 27, 2011.


 

No. of Ph. D , M. Tech guided/guiding:

  1. Ph.D. – 1 Submitted + 3 Ongoing
  2. M.Tech. – 20 guided; 4 Ongoing
  3. M.S. – 1 Ongoing


 

List of conferences, short term courses etc. participated/organized

  1. List of Workshops attended

    1. All Indian Workshop on “NBC 2005”, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli, January 24, 2009.

    2. Ministry of Urban Development – One day workshop on Urban Transport: Challenges and Solutions, Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Madras, August 13, 2010.

    3. Conclave on Academic Reforms (CAR 2015)– Innovation, Practice and Roadmap, TEQIP Sponsored workshop, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli, April 28 – 29, 2015.

 

  1. List of Short Term courses attended

    1. NRRDA sponsored six-day Training Programme on PMGSY for the AEs of the Rural Development Department held at Department of Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli, May 18 – 23, 2009.

    2. NRRDA sponsored three-day Training Programme on PMGSY for the AEEs of the Rural Development Department held at Department of Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli, June 23 – 25, 2009

    3. NRRDA sponsored six-day Training Programme on PMGSY for the AEs of the Rural Development Department held at Department of Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli, July 13 – 18, 2009

    4. One week Staff development programme course on “Construction Materials and Techniques” held at National Institute of Teachers Training and Technical Research, Chennai, September 05 – 09, 2011.

    5. One week Short term course on “Introduction to Forensic Engineering and Failure Analysis” organized by the Civil Engineering Association (CEA), National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli and the Departmental of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA and held at Department of Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli, January 09 – 13, 2012.

  2. List of Training Programme attended

    1. Two day Practical Training Programme on “Global Positioning system and Differential Global Positioning system”, Centre for Advanced Research in Environment, School of Civil Engineering, SASTRA University, August 19 – 20, 2011.

  3. List of Conferences attended

    1. First Regional Awareness Conference on “IWWA – Chennai Water Convention 2011” conducted at Tiruchirappalli, July 17, 2011

    2. Presented and awarded “1st”  for Paper presentation in 2nd National Conference on Geospatial Technologies and Applications, Geomatrix'11, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, February 26 - 27, 2011, for contribution "Structural Deformation Monitoring of Large Engineering Structures using GPS: A Case study on Koyna Dam, Western Maharashtra", Nisha Radhakrishnan, Madhav N Kulkarni.

    3. Participated and presented a paper on “Impact Assessment of Built Environment on Pedestrian Accidents”, Nisha Radhakrishnan, K.R.Vinodhkumar, Sathees Kumar, Samson Mathew, Geospatial World Forum, Beurs-World Trade Centre, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 13 – 16, May 2013.

 

  1. List of Short Term Courses Organized:

    1. Two day Short term course “Transportation Infrastructure Planning – Latest Technologies”, sponsored by TEQIP II, Coordinators: Dr. V. Sunitha and Dr. Nisha Radhakrishnan, November 21 – 22, 2013.

 

  1. List of Conferences Organized:

    1. “2nd Conference on Transportation Systems Engineering and Management (CTSEM 2015)” under CETransE, Co-Coordinator along with Dr. S. Moses Santhakumar, Dr. Samson Mathew, Dr. V. Sunitha, May 1 – 2, 2015.

 

  1. List of Course Modules Developed:

    1. “GIS – GPS Based Pavement Management System” Co-authored with Dr. S. Moses Santhakumar, Deepthi K., One day workshop on “Urban Pavement Maintenance Management System”, organized by CETransE - NITT, CEoUT- IIT Madras, MHRD.

 

List of Invited lectures given

  1. “Global Positioning System and its application” at Institution of Engineers (India), Tiruchirappalli Local Centre, February 17, 2009.

  2. “Advanced Surveying Techniques” at Oxford College of Engineering, Tiruchirappalli, August 24, 2011.

  3. “Application of GPS in Deformation Monitoring”, Summer Training Programme on Geospatial Technologies and Applications under NRDMS Programme DST, Dept. of Geography, Bharathidasan University, Trichy, May 16, 2012

  4. “Introduction to Surveying” at Oxford College of Engineering, Tiruchirappalli, August 8, 2012.

  5. “Remote Sensing” at Oxford College of Engineering, Tiruchirappalli, August 8, 2012.

  6. “Application of GIS and Remote Sensing in Urban Planning”, April 15, 2013, Short Term Training Program on “Innovative Techniques and Practices in Building Technology” Organized by Department of Civil Engineering, Government Engineering College, Barton Hill, Thiruvananthapuram 12th to 17th April 2013

  7. Chief Guest for One Day workshop on “Advanced Surveying Techniques”, Department of Civil Engineering, TRP Engineering College, 11th July 2015.

  8. “Advanced Surveying Techniques”, Resource Person, One Day workshop on “Advanced Surveying Techniques”, Department of Civil Engineering, TRP Engineering College, 11th July 2015.

 

Administrative Responsibilities shouldered

  • Survey Lab incharge : January 2009 to present

  • Departmental Time-Table Coordinator : April 2009 to July 2011, June 2012 to June 2013

  • Pragyan 2012, Pragyan 2013, Pragyan 2016 Staff Advisor

  • Staff Advisor of Student Club 3rd Dimensions


 

 


 

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Associate Professor

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Department of Civil Engineering

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Email: nisha@nitt.edu