Debasis has been involved in research in geotechnical earthquake engineering, geohazards and liquefaction studies and ground improvement since early 90s. His recent research is focused on development of sustainable solutions for geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering problems related to slope stabilization, erosion control and ground improvement. He has supervised five PhDs, published 36 journal papers and filed for four patents. He also has been involved with several heavy civil, mining and infrastructure projects as a professional engineer in Asia, Europe and Americas over the past several decades.
Ramie Cultivation, Fibre Processing and Textile Manufacture (UAY_I_IITKGP_013) A2 Advance Automation Pvt. Ltd.
Stability of Rajghat High Embankment and Keleghai Bridge Foundation Design Measures Ministry of Railways
Sustainable Resource Use, Livelihood and Capacity Building Among Low-income Residents of Kharagpur Society for Self Employment of Unemployed Youth, West Bengal
Deterministic Seismic Hazard Assessment for Three Bridge Sites at Kandaghat, HP Genstru Consultants Pvt. Ltd.
Reusing Waste Jute Caddies for Textile Industry Effluent Treatment: Development, Piloting and Life Cycle Assessment (Ministry Part) Department of Science and Technology
Strategic Planning for Water Resources and Implementation of Novel Biotechnical Treatment Solutions and Good Practices (SPRING) Department of Biotechnology
Area of Research: Geotechnical engineering - Microbe-soil interaction
Area of Research: Geotachnical characterization of MSW landfill
Area of Research: Liquefaction of lightly cemented sands
Area of Research: Mechanical behavior of sand matrix containing metabolic products of populations of live microorganisms
Bipin Kumar Gautam
Area of Research: Lime treatment of fine grained soils