Jyotiprakash Padhi

Assistant Professor

Currently I am working as an Associate Professor in the School of Civil Engineering at KIIT DU, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India. I obtained my Bachelor degree from Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology in 2002 and completed the Master degree in Soil and Water Conservation engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur in 2005. I got my PhD degree in 2010 from University of Southern Queensland, Australia and Post Doctorate from University of Nebraska, USA in 2015. Prior to my current position, I have also work experience in Indian Institute of Water Management, Bhubaneswar and University of Southern Queensland, Australia. I have all together more than 8 years of work experience in research and teaching. My research interests are water resource management, surface water hydrology and drought. I have taught various courses, Water Resource Engineering, Fluid Mechanics, Surveying, Open Channel Hydraulics and Design of Water Resources Structures . I published 10 papers in International Journals, 8 papers in international conferences and 2 book chapters. I am also member of Professional societies, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), ASABE and Indian Science Congress. Coordinator of the two training program, Rain water harvesting and ground water recharge techniques in rural areas and Application of remote sensing and GIS in water resources engineering to the State Govt. Engineers organized by School of Civil Engineering in association with KRC, KIIT DU.

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Journals/Conferences :
Sharma, V., Irmak, S. and Padhi, J. (2018). Effects of cover crops on soil quality: Part I. Soil chemical properties - organic C, total N, pH, EC, organic matter content, NO3-N, and P. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation (Accepted).
Sharma, V., Irmak, S. and Padhi, J. (2018). Effects of cover crops on soil quality: Part II. Soil exchangeable bases (K, Mg, Na, Ca), cation exchange capacity (CEC), and soil micronutrients (Zn, Mn, Fe, Cu, B). Journal of Soil and Water Conservation (Accepted).
Padhi, J. and Misra, R.K. (2015). Potential of thermal imaging as an irrigation scheduling technique for wheat crop. International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, 8(2), 547-551.
Mandal, K.G., Padhi, J., Kumar, A., Ghosh, S., Panda, D.K., Mohanty, R.K. and Roychaudhuri, M. (2015). Analysis of rainfall using probability distribution and Markov chain models for crop planning in Daspalla region in Odisha, India. Theoritical and Applied Climatology, 121 (3-4), 517-528.
Misra, R.K. and Padhi, J. (2014). Assessing field-scale soil water distribution with electromagnetic induction method. Journal of Hydrology, 516, 200-209.
Mandal, K.G., Kundu, D.K., Singh, R., Kumar, A., Rout, R., Padhi, J., Sahoo, D.K. and Majhi, P. (2013). Cropping practices, soil properties, pedotransfer functions and organic carbon storage at Kuanria canal command area in India. SpringerPlus, 2:631.
Mandal, K.G., Baral, U., Padhi, J., Majhi, P., Chakraborty, H. and Kumar, A. (2012). Effects of cropping on soil properties and organic carbon stock in Deras region, India. Regional Environment Change, 12 (4), 899-912.
Padhi, J., Misra, R.K. and Payero, J.O. (2012). Estimation of soil water deficit in an irrigated cotton field with infrared thermography. Field Crops Research, 126, 45-55.
Padhi, J. and Misra, R.K. (2011). Sensitivity of EM38 in determining soil water distribution in an irrigated wheat field. Soil and Tillage Research, 117, 93-102.
Misra, R.K., Padhi, J. and Payero, J. O. (2011). A calibration procedure for load cells to improve accuracy of mini-lysimeters for monitoring evapotranspiration. Journal of Hydrology, 406, 113-118.