Dr. Prabhat Kumar
Ph.D (IIT- Roorkee)
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Dr. Prabhat Kumar is presently working as Associate Professor and Head of the Department, Civil Engineering at the College of Engineering Roorkee (COER), Roorkee, India from 22 November, 2018. Before joining the COER, Dr. Kumar worked as Associate Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at the Graphic Era (Deemed to be University), Dehradun, India from 2 July, 2012 to 21 November, 2018. He received the B.Tech (Civil Engg.) degree in 2007 from U.P.T.U, Lucknow, M.Tech (Structural Dynamics, Earthquake Engineering) degree in 2009 from the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee (IITR), India and Ph.D. (Structural Dynamics, Earthquake Engineering) degree from the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee (IITR), India in 2016.
He has total academics experience of 10 years. He has also guided Eleven (11) M.Tech (Structural Engineering) dissertations and Sixteen (16) B.Tech (Civil Engg.) projects. He has taught several core courses like Structural Dynamics, Earthquake Resistant Design of Buildings, Structural Analysis I and II, Design of Reinforced Structures, Computer Aided Design of Structures, Finite Element Methods, Strength of Materials, Design of Steel Structures, Soil-Structural Interaction, Engineering Seismology, Elastic and Plastic Analysis, Numerical Methods for Dynamic Systems, Seismic Hazard Assessment and Disaster Management. He has published 19 research papers (3 papers in SCI/Scopus Indexed Journals and 4 papers in UGC Indexed Journals) in national/international journals/conferences with high repute. His research area is multidisciplinary which includes Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures, Seismic Response Evaluation of Structures, Seismic Evaluation and Retrofitting of Structures, Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction, Effect of Soil on Seismic Performance of Buildings and Towers, Slope-Buildings Interaction under Seismic Action, Engineering Seismology and Seismotectonics, Strong Motion Studies, Soil-Structure Interaction, Seismic Hazard Assessment and Simulation of Seismic Loads.