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Sukhmander Singh

Santa Clara University
Santa Clara, United States

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Short Bio:

Prof. Sukhmander Singh did his M.S. from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi and Ph.D. degree in Civil Engineering from University of California Berkeley. He worked as Senior Project Engineer with a top Consulting Company in San Francisco. He worked as Principal Investigator of Prominent projects such as a Dam with a history of slide (failure), and its redesign; and in charge of the Seismic Stability of all the Slopes and Liquefaction of the soils along the entire 800 miles of the Trans Alaska pipeline. Subsequently, he joined Santa Clara University and currently holds the position of Professor of Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering. He has been teaching there for 35 years of which 15 years as Chairman of the Department. He has been a visiting faculty, for short periods, for 10 years at Cambridge University, UK, publishing 10 collaborative papers with Cambridge. He has delivered invited lectures at Stanford, Berkeley, and Cambridge Universities. Professor Singh is recipient of some noteworthy awards: Researcher of the Year, Endowed Chair Award for Academic achievements, President’s Special Recognition Award for Teaching, Research and Service. Chairmanship of sessions at International Conferences. Lifetime Achievement Award from American Society of Civil Engineering’s San Jose Chapter. He is one of the top researchers in the fields of Liquefaction of Silty soils, Landfill Stability of Solid Waste Landfills. Editor of a Landmark book from American Society of Civil Engineering as Memorial to the top Engineer in the Earth Dam Designs. Co-editor of another book. Published 118 research papers in reputed journals and refereed conferences.