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One Page CVSummaryCV -- May 2013
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;Office Hours forFall 2013 : MW 11 to 12 and 1:30 to 2:30; tels: office: 212-854-3102; message: 212-854-3143; fax: 212-854-6267 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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
AvignonSymposium:CNRS-NSF-June 25 to 29, 2006 :
Impact of Toursim and Water Issues:Visit of December 2007 :
Selected Items of Interest :
Isoparametric Finite Element Folder
Wachspress Polygonl Finite Element Folder
Biological Implications of Concave Finite Elements Folder
Undergraduate and Graduate: Computer-aided engineering graphics (GRAP E2005y and E4005 course outline , E4005y has an additional Projecr requirement
Graduate: Finite element analysis, II (CIEN E6333y): OfficeHrs \ and ExamSch
Graduate: Viscoelasticity and plasticity (ENME E8320y): OfficeHrs and ExamSch
Conferences , Research Topics , Cooperative Research , Recent Activities
Engineering Analysis of Historical Monuments
Recent Publications ,
BE Coloring paper ,
Research Proposal under preparation NSF-Comp.Bio.
PHD Dissertations: Publico, Malsch
Live design. ITR: Information Based Security for Civil Infrastructure: Deep domain models for Bayesian analysis ITR proposal
Concave Finite Elements,
Maxillo-Facial Frame, Pentagonal Convex Finite Element
IMS99 Paper, NSFOct2000 You may need MathReader to read the Mathematica notebooks.
Tessellica: Defect-free Finite Element Formulation and Solution
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 (email@example.com).
Personal Interest Folder