Instructor, Program Coordinator, Civil Engineering
School of Construction and the Environment
Sudip's interests and expertise are in the fields of construction materials and structural engineering. His current research interests include developing alternative cementitious materials, investigating different non-destructive test methods for masonry blocks, and looking into the development of testing standards for shotcrete. Alongside his teaching responsibilities at BCIT, he continues to work part-time as a Field Engineer with Metro Testing Laboratories in Burnaby, BC.
More information can be found by viewing his LinkedIn profile and his list of publications.
Ph.D, Civil Engineering, University of British Columbia, 2013
Thesis Title: "The effects of global climate change on carbonation induced corrosion of reinforced concrete structures"
M.A.Sc, Civil Engineering, University of British Columbia, 2008
B.A.Sc, Civil Engineering, University of British Columbia, 2004
P.Eng., British Columbia, 2018
American Concrete Institute (ACI): Committee 130, Voting Member
American Concrete Institute (ACI), British Columbia Chapter: Board of Directors
International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE): Task Group 5.3, Voting Member
Associated with the following program
- Civil Engineering - Full-time Bachelor of Engineering