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The constituent conference conducted by Department of Civil Engineering of GECT as a part of ICETEST 2018 is on the enabling theme of ‘Civil Engineering Advancements for Sustainable Infrastructure Development and Environment’ and is aptly titled ‘CEASIDE-2018’. Download soft copy of brochure



With majority of the countries on the globe facing the threat of environmental degradation and consequent crunch in natural resources such as water, studies on the causes, effects and prevention of such degradation have attracted the attention of engineers and scientists all over the world. Several decades of experience in this field has led to revelation that developments in any area should be environmentally sustainable. CEASIDE – 2018 aims at creating on a single platform a highly desirable confluence of the academia, the practitioners, and the researchers associated with the field. The delegates can share their experiences, achievements and findings derived from their research, field practice and implementation, and even the teaching-learning process. This will enable them to sharpen their faculties in all perspectives of the subject to help them keep abreast of the latest developments, build research and academic relationships, and also identify areas and agencies for future mutually beneficial collaborations. In tune with the above objectives, the Conference Secretariat requests the pleasure of participation from researchers, practitioners, academia and all interested in/associated with the theme of ‘Prospering World through Sustainable Development’ by contributing research papers/articles for oral/posterpresentation as well as by attending the conference. The papers may be related to one or more of the topics listed in the Section on Conference Topics.



The International Conference on CIVIL ENGINEERING ADVANCEMENTS FOR SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT(CEASIDE – 2018) organized as part of ICETEST 2018 will ensure deliberations on a slew of related topics which include but are not limited to the following

  • Air quality modelling
  • Air pollution
  • Coastal and River Management
  • Coastal Processes and Coastal Protection
  • Earthquake Resistant Structures
  • Environmental Hydraulics
  • Environmental impact assessment
  • Environmental Management
  • Geotechnical and Geo-environmental Engineering
  • Hydraulic Structures and it impact on environment
  • Hydrology and modelling
  • Hydro-informatics
  • Materials for Construction
  • Natural Hazards and Mitigation
  • Offshore Structures
  • Pavement Engineering
  • Pipe flow and transient analysis
  • Repair and Rehabilitation
  • Smart Materials and Structures
  • Steel Structures
  • Surface and Groundwater Modelling
  • Sustainable Water Resources
  • Traffic and Transportation Planning
  • Water Resources Management
  • Water Resources Planning, Policy and Management
  • Water supply
  • Equitable water distribution
  • Wastewater treatment
  • Watershed modelling and development


About Civil Engineering Department

The Department of Civil Engineering started functioning in the very same year when the College was established. It offers B. Tech. in Civil Engineering at the undergraduate level and two M. Tech. Programmes, namely, Environmental Engineering started in the year 1979 and Water Resources & Hydroinformatics started in 2010. The department is an approved research centre for Ph. D. programmes under the University of Calicut, and also under the QIP Scheme of Ministry of Human Resources, Govt. of India. The department has, since its very inception, executed a large number of consultancy and testing activities for various clients including Government, Private and Public Sector Enterprises within and outside Kerala.


Name of Speaker Affiliation Title of Talk Date
NG How Yong Department of Civil and
Environmental Engineering,
National University of Singapore
Biological treatment of industrial waste water using  membrane bioreactors

(Yet to get final confirmation)




Prof. A.K. Gosain Professor of Civil Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
New Delhi
Indian water resources scenario 19/01/2017




Dr. Babu J Alappatt

Professor of Civil Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
New Delhi
Solid waste management 19/01/2017


Dr. Anil Joseph Managing Director,

Geostructurals(P) Ltd, Chennai

Issues and challenges in geotechnical investigations 20/01/2017



Dr. Suabaida E A. Associate Professor (Civil Engg.)
+91 94465 37682

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