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Information System of Gautam Dasgupta

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Mrs. Ples

One Page CV

SummaryCV -- May 2013

3-D Brick Elements

A Typo in Courant Paper (1943)

Incompressible Elements

Teaching Evaluation by Students up to August 2009

Professor, Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, 620 Seeley W. Mudd;

Columbia University, Mail Code 4709, 500 West 120 St, New York, NY 10027-6699, USA;

tels: office: 212-854-3102; message: 212-854-3143; fax: 212-854-6267 or email: dasgupta@columbia.edu

Photo with The Chief Guest of IMS 2003, UK --- (and the Chair of IMS Executive committee)

Photo with The Founder of Fuzzy Logic, September 2007

Photo with The President of Waseda University, 2013

Mrs. Ples

Teaching Goal

Undergraduate and Graduate: Computer-aided engineering graphics (GRAP E2005y and E4005 course outline , E4005y has an additional Projecr requirement

Graduate: Viscoelasticity and plasticity (ENME E8320y): OfficeHrs and ExamSch

Engineering Analysis of Historical Monuments

Tessellica: Defect-free Finite Element Formulation and Solution

visit: PatentDescription

The following two items are achieved with computer algebra environment Mathematica

(i) four-node elastic elements pass both patch and zero-locking tests

(ii) one computer code handles compressible and plain strain incompressible elements

Columbia University owns the patent:

U.S. Patent No. 6,101,450 of Gautam Dasgupta for "Stress Analysis Using a Defect-Free Four Node Finite Element Technique" -

For further information contact Columbia University Science and Technology Ventures: http://www.stv.columbia.edu (stvinfo@columbia.edu).

Text Book : Finite Element Concepts, Springer Verlag, ISBN 978-1-4939-7421-4