IIT Jodhpur students in this program may specialize in “smart infrastructure” or “environmental engineering” in addition to regular BTech.
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NEW DELHI: Indian Institute of Technology, Jodhpur introduced BTech program in Civil Engineering and Infrastructure. The BTech program is one of the programs offered by IIT Jodhpur. IIT Jodhpur had previously launched eight programs which included BTech in Bioengineering, AI & Data Science, Materials Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Computer & Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering & Civil & Infrastructure Engineering.
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“The Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Engineering degree program will introduce students to a wide variety of advanced civil engineering fields such as infrastructure planning and design, a good knowledge of artificial intelligence and machine learning, smart materials and sensors, and infrastructure security against digital threats, IIT Jodhpur said in a press release. “These courses allow students to earn a specialization in either ‘smart infrastructure’ or ‘environmental engineering’ in addition to regular BTech,” added IIT Jodhpur.
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The Civil Engineering program at IIT Jodhpur aims to train engineers with a solid foundation in analytical, experimental and computational methods to study various aspects of civil and infrastructure systems. The course will also train students in an understanding of green and sustainable materials, practices and principles for designing resilient infrastructure systems.
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Civil and Infrastructure Engineering students can explore careers in interdisciplinary fields such as smart and sustainable infrastructure engineering, digital twins and asset management, and the application of AI and machine learning, among others.
Speaking on the program, Ranju Mohan, Head of Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Department, IIT Jodhpur, said: “Unlike manufacturing, automotive and aerospace industries, civil and infrastructure industries have been slow to adopt the technologies. digital and transformative. Artificial intelligence, cyber-physical systems, and digital twins will cut costs and time, streamline construction, and reduce waste.
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