Prof. Dr. Amrut Joshi

Prof. Dr. Amrut Joshi


Dr. Amrut Anant Joshi is Assistant Professor at School of Civil Engineering, MIT-WPU since December,2017. He holds B.E, Civil (Pune University, 2005), M.Sc (Engineering ) and PhD (Indian Institute of Science, 2015). His research interests include but are not limited to seismic analysis and design of civil engineering structures, design of earthquake resistant features for masonry and other buildings, experimental dynamics and analysis and design of ferrocement-LGS composite buildings. He has successfully completed two research projects funded by RandPolyProducts Ltd. He teaches courses dealing with structural analysis and design. He has participated in many workshops/courses on Outcome Based Education (A course by IUCEE, Cambridge University: TKT module-2, 3 and CLIL etc.). He is approved PhD guide under MIT-WPU, Pune.

B.E. Civil

Research Papers:
Research paper 1 : K S Nanjunda Rao and Joshi Amrut Anant, Flexure behaviour of reinforced masonry assemblages under monotonic and cyclic loading, Proceedings of 13th NAMC conference Salt lake city, UT, USA, 16-19 Jul, 2019, pp1123-1134
Research paper 2 : K S Nanjunda Rao and Joshi Amrut Anant, Experimental investigations on the in-plane shear behaviour of unreinforced and reinforced masonry panels, Proceedings of 13th NAMC conference Salt lake city, UT, USA, 16-19 Jul, 2019, pp 447-458
Research paper 3 : Joshi Amrut Anant and K S Nanjunda Rao, Design and assessment of shock table facility for earthquake related studies, ISET Golden Jubilee Symposium, 20-22 Oct, 2012, Paper no. D017, IIT Roorkee
Research paper 4 : Joshi Amrut Anant, Pavan G S, K S Nanjunda Rao, Shock table test facility: design and assessment of characteristics of table motion, Conference on Infrastructure, 18-20 Oct, 2010, Sustainable Transportation and Urban Planning (CiSTUP), IISc, Bangalore

Teaching Experience : 2 years 9 months

Industry Experience : 2 years 3 months

Research Experience : 7 years

Reinforced concrete design (SD-II), Structural Analysis I and II, Finite Element Method in Civil Engineering, Applied Mechanics, Strength of materials