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 3 Ph.D.s (All < 4.5years), 16 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
Narendr, A, Khatua, A, Das, S, Aithal, BH, Developing assessment flow for damage estimation of mud housing typology through a case study against coastal floods, 13(6712), Scientific reports, 2023
A. Mohanta, S. Das, Decision support system for the early stage of green building envelope design considering energy and maintainability, 19(2), Page (163-182), Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 2023
A. Mohanta, S. Das, Maintainability performance prediction of green building envelope in warm-humid climate, 36(3), Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities (ASCE), 2022
S. Das, Evaluating the Potential of Smart Cities Mission to Promote Net-zero City: A Case of Rajarhat New Town, "LiFE" for Resilience - Case Studies & Best Practices Conference, Virtual by NIDM, India, 2022
J. Sarkar , S. Das, Identifying Long-term Impact of Cyclone Aila on the Sundarbans, Int. Conf. on Climate and Weather-related Extremes (ICCWE 2022), Roorkee, 2022
A Narendr, S Anand, BH Aithal, S. Das, An experimental approach for developing a building damage matrix for the flood-affected vernacular housing typology, EGU General Assembly 2022, Vienna, 2022
S Das, BIM in achieving energy efficiency in small projects, V Int. Conf. BIM in Const. & Arch. (BIMAC 2022), St. Petersberg, 2022
M Majumdar, S. Das, Disaster risk reduction policies for public heritage building, 5th World Congress on Disaster Mgmt. (5WCDM), New Delhi, 2021
A Narendr, S Das, BH Aithal, Multivariate building damage model for scenario-based flood risk assessment, FOSS4G-Asia 2021, Dhulikhel, Nepal, 2021
A Narendr, S Vinay, BH Aithal, S Das, Multi-dimensional parametric coastal flood risk assessment at a regional scale using GIS, 24, 9569–9597, Environment, Development and Sustainability, 2021