Shobha K. Bhatia
Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Office 230 Hinds Hall
Phone 315-443-3352 E-mail email@example.com
After receiving both her B.E. and M.S. degrees from Roorkee University, India, Professor Bhatia worked as a lecturer in the Earthquake Department there for two years. She then went on to earn her Ph.D. degree from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver. Dr. Bhatia joined the faculty at Syracuse University in 1980.
Dr. Bhatia is a member of many societies, is on the editorial board for Geotechnical Testing, is vice president of the North American Geosynthetic Society, and is a co-editor for Geotechnical News.
Ph.D., University of British Columbia, 1981
M.S., Roorkee University,
B.E., Roorkee University,
U.P. Irrigation Department
Roorkee, India, 1973-1974
Earthquake Department, Roorkee University
American Society of Civil Engineers
American Society for Testing and Materials
North American Geosynthetic Society
International Geotextile Society
Indian Society of Geotechnical Engineering
Society of Women Engineers
International Society of Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering
Design, Earth Embankment and Dam Design
Earthquake Engineering, Soil Properties, Introduction to Engineering & Minorities in Engineering
taught this year:
CIE 637 Advanced Soil Mechanics and Foundations I
Applications in Civil Engineering, Image Processing, Microstructure Analysis of
Geotextiles and Soils,
Selected Publications and Presentations
in Reinforcement of Embankment on Soft Soils," Advances in Transportation
and Geoenvironmental Systems Using Geosynthetics, GeoDenver 2000, American
Society of Civil Engineers, 1999.
"Comparative Behavior of Granular vs. Geotextiles Filters," Geo-Congress, American Society of Civil Engineers, 1998.
"Suitability of Geosynthetics Products"", in "Filtration and Drainage Applications," Indo-US Workshop on Ground Improvement Using Geosynthetics, March 1997 (invited paper).
"Recent Developments in Geotextile Filters and Prefabricated Drainage Geocomposities," American Society of Testing and Materials, 1996.