Department of Civil Engineering
Prof. Kausar Ali
|Thrust Area :||Geotechnical Engineering|
|Address :||Flat No. A1, Al-Hafeez Apartment, New Sir Syed Nagar ALIGARH-202 002 (INDIA)|
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Dr. Kausar Ali is Professor in Civil Engineering Department. He obtained his Bachelors and Masters degree from AMU and PhD from IIT Delhi. He has more than twenty years teaching experience. He has taught Strength of Materials, Theory of Structures, Hydraulics, Surveying, Soil Mechanics etc. His research interests include ground improvement, stone columns, geotextile applications, slope stability, pile foundation. He is a recipient of the University Gold Medals for securing first rank in Diploma in Civil Engineering and Diploma in Engineering (Combined). He has published more than seventeen (17) papers in various International and National journals and conferences. Some of the journals in which papers have been published include Geosynthetics International, International Journal of Civil Engineering Research and Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India).
- K. Ali., J. T., Shahu and K.G. Sharma (2014) – Model tests on single and group of stone columns with different modes of geosynthetic reinforcement, Geosynthetics International, 21(2), 103-118.
- K. Ali, J.T., Shahu and K.G. Sharma (2014) – Geosynthetic Reinforced Stone Columns in Soft Soils: An Experimental and Analytical Study, Proceedings of 9th International Symposium on Lowland Technology, 29 Sept.–1 Oct. 2014, Saga University, Saga, Japan, pp -332 – 339.
- K. Ali, J.T., Shahu and K.G. Sharma (2012) – An Experimental Study of Comparative Performance of Geosynthetic Reinforced Stone Columns in Soft Soils, Proceedings of International Conference on Ground Improvement and ground Control, 30 Oct.–2 Nov. 2012, University of Wollongong, Australia, pp -257 – 262.
- K. Ali., J. T., Shahu and K.G. Sharma (2012) – Model Tests on Geosynthetic Reinforced Stone Columns: A Comparative Study, Geosynthetics International, 19(4), 292-305.