|Dr. Sanjay Tewari is a prominent voice on Resiliency of Infrastructure and Flood Delineation, and salinization of groundwater. He has authored several technical publications related to Resiliency of Infrastructure. In addition to being a Senior Consultant at AARC, he is an Assistant Professor at Missouri University of Science and Technology (S&T). Before joining S&T, Dr. Tewari worked as an Assistant Professor at Louisiana Tech University. His research is focused on solving challenges associated with water and wastewater by applying electrochemistry such as capacitive deionization and electrokinetics. In addition, he has used GIS for identifying and mapping highly corrosive areas for metal pipes and critical transportation infrastructure most likely to be impacted by land subsidence and sea-level rise. He serves as an Advisor on coastal threat characterization, climate change, hydrological modeling, and risk and resilience analysis.|
- PhD in Civil Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.
- MS (MTech) in Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India.
- BS (BE) in Civil Engineering, S. V. National Institute of Technology, Surat, India.
Skills and Areas of Expertise:
|· Resiliency of Infrastructure
· Civil/Environmental Engineering
Peer-Reviewed Journal/Conference Materials:
Tewari, S., Manning, F., and Palmer, W., “Application of GIS/geomatics to areas affected by subsiding land and rising sea: Simulation of risks and identification of at-risk infrastructure”, Utility Engineering & Surveying Institute Pipelines 2019 Conference, Nashville, TN, July 21-24, 2019. (accepted, ID: 534606)
Bereyso, E., Tummala, C. M., and Tewari, S., “Going underground for source water protection – Evaluating lab-scale electrokinetic barriers against salt water intrusion”, Proceedings of the World Environmental & Water Resources Congress 2019, 133-141, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1061/9780784482346.013
Tewari, S., and Manning, F., “Spatial delineation of corrosion zones for metal culverts based on Coastal Louisiana soil characteristics”, Proceedings of 97th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C., January 7-11, 2018. https://trid.trb.org/view/1495804
Manning, F., and Tewari, S., “Assessing the relative sea-level change and its impact on Coastal Louisiana’s levee infrastructure using geographical information systems”, 92nd Annual Meeting of Louisiana Academy of Science, Louisiana State University, Alexandria, LA, March 10, 2018. http://www.laacademy.org/docs/LouisianaScientistVol7No2.pdf
Identification of Transportation Infrastructure at Risk due to Sea Level Rise and Subsidence of Land in Coastal Louisiana, Louisiana Transportation Research Center and Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development, 2018. https://www.ltrc.lsu.edu/pdf/2019/18_5TIRE.pdf