Paromita Chakraborty

Assistant Professor

Paromita Chakraborty has 2 years and 8 years of Industrial and Academic experience respectively. She holds her B.Tech degree from NIT Silchar, M.Tech from IIT Kanpur, and submitted Phd Thesis from IIT Bhubaneswar. She has a worked in multinational company (Lons Lang Lasalle Megraj), And also worked in the educational institute ICFAI University Tripura. Presently she is working in the Department of Civil Engineering KIIT (Deemed to be University). She has published one book chapter, and also international journals and conferences. She has firm grip in the softwares like Matlab, HecRas, Autocad

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Educational Qualification
Masters
Journals/Conferences :
International Journals
Chakraborty, P. & Sarkar. A (2016) Flow Characteristics through submerged rigid vegetation over a sinusoidal perturbed bed. International Journal of River Basin Management, Vol 14(3),255-266.

Chakraborty, P. & Sarkar, A. (2016) Hydraulic resistance due to vortex generated transverse oscillations in a submerged random array of circular cylinders, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Vol. 22(2),173-180.

Chakraborty, P. & Sarkar, A. (2018) Study of flow characteristics within randomly distributed submerged rigid vegetation, Journal of Hydrodynamics (in Press)

International Conferences
Chakraborty, P. & Sarkar, A. (2016) Flow Characteristics through submerged rigid vegetation over different forms of sinusoidal bed, 6th International and 43rd National Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power, held in 15th -17th December at MNNITA, Allahabad, India. Paper no: 520.

Chakraborty, P. & Sarkar, A. (2017) Flow Characteristics through emerged rigid vegetation over a perturbed bed, XXXVI International School of Hydraulics on Free surface flows and transport processes, held in 23rd-26th May at Jachranka, Poland. Paper no: A019.

Book Chapters
Chakraborty, P & Sarkar, A. (2018) Simulation of Flow Characteristics through emerged rigid vegetation over a perturbed bed, Free surface flows and transport processes : GeoPlanet: Earth and Planetary Sciences, Springer.