Sutapa Das is a building technologist well versed with the whole life cycle of a building through formal education and hands-on work experience in architecture, construction management and maintainability. She has worked for 16 years with 7 top technical universities and industry of India, Germany and Singapore. Her research area includes BIM, Sustainable & resilient building, Critical infrastructure protection and disaster management. Her passion for her profession has brought 11 national and international awards.
Before joining the current position, Sutapa has been fulltime faculty in Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (Dept. of Architecture + School of Infrastructure) for about a decade. Prior to that, she was post-doctoral fellow at National University of Singapore. Apart from publishing on regular basis, she is a regular reviewer of several indexed internationally referred journals and conferences. Till date she has completed guiding 2 Ph.D. (Both < 4.5years), 14 PG and 15 UG theses.
- Ph.D.: National University of Singapore – School of Design & Environment
- M. Tech (Civil).: Indian Institute of Technology Madras – in Building Technology & Construction Management
- B. Arch.: Jadavpur University, India
Building information modelling (BIM), Critical infrastructure protection in disaster prone areas, Energy efficient and intelligent buildings, Healthy workplace or building-occupant interface, Project management
A. Mohanta & S. Das, Causal Analysis of Slow BIM Adoption in Eastern India with a Special Focus on Green Building Sector, Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India): Series A, 2021
A Mohanta, S Das, RN Mohanty, Building envelope trade-off method integrated with BIM-based framework for energy-efficient building envelope, Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 2021
Narendr, A., Das, S. & Aithal, B.H., Damage-cost assessment of vernacular buildings against coastal flooding, 23rd European Geophysical Union (EGU) General Assembly (Virtual conference), 2021
Sarmah,T.; Das, S.; Narendr, A. & Aithal, B.H., Assessing human vulnerability to urban flood hazard using the analytic hierarchy process and geographic information system, 50, 101659, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2020
Narendr, A.; Das, S.; Shivamurthy,V. & Aithal, B.H., Adaptive capacity assessment for a flood vulnerable region through land use modelling and socio economic and physical indicators, 3(2), 107-119, Journal of Environmental Informatics Letters, 2020
Sarmah, T. & Das, S., The state-of-the-art review of vulnerability indices: with a special focus on urban flood, 2nd World Bosai Forum (WBF)/ Int. Disaster & Risk Conf. (IDRC), Sendai, Japan, 2019
Sarmah, T. & Das, S., Determining urban flood vulnerability using an indicator based approach., 55th International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP) World Planning Congress, Jakarta-Bogor, Indonesia, 2019
Das, S. & Sarmah, T., Determining building vulnerability against urban flood using rapid visual screening, 49th Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association (UAA), Los Angeles, USA., 2019
Das, S., Infrastructural requirement of OPD areas in Indian govt. medical college hospitals: Medical professionals’ perspective, Int. Conf. on Public Health and Well-being 2019, Negombo, Sri Lanka, 2019
Narendr, A., Das, S. & Aithal, B.H., Adaptive capacity assessment of a region against flood vulnerability using GIS and remote sensing, 4thWCDM: 4th World Congress on Disaster management, Bombay, India, 2019