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.
PPGCL-Bara Flyash and Bottom Ash Pond Containment Dike Stability Assessment Prayagraj Power Generation Company Ltd.
Checking of Design and Drawing of ROB at km 185.920 km and Recommending Soil Improvement if Required SEW INFRASTRUCTURE LIMITED
Checking of Serviceability of ROB at km 133.444 km and Recommendation of Remedial Measures if Required SEW INFRASTRUCTURE LIMITED
Checking of the Foundation Drawing for Module Mounting Structure (MMS) of the 1 MW (AC) Solar PV Power Plant at Haldia Dock Complex, Haldia HALDIA DOCK COMPLEX
Recommendations on Countermeasure Against Backfill Soil Displacement/Settlement and Erosion at Stockpile Area in PB Mine, Hazaribag THRIVENI SAINIK MINING PRIVATE LIMITED
Assessment of Cyclic Resistance of Soils from Three Cities in Western Gangetic Plains DEPARTMENT OF EARTH SCIENCES
Liquefaction Susceptibility of Weakly Cemented Sand Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB)
Uchhatar Avishkar Yojana MHRD
Solid Waste Management in Guwahati Office of the Commissioner, Guwahati Municipal Corporation
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
Utkal Keshari Chand
Area of Research: Mechanical behavior of weakly cemented granular media