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Graduate Club

Welcome to Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) Graduate Club
Nanyang Technological University of Singapore

CEE Graduate Club

The School of Civil and Environmental engineering of Nanyang Technological University currently has about 400 graduate students which include about 100 Ph.D. and M.Eng. students and 300 M.Sc. students. These are the target people to be served by this organization.

Mission Statement

The mission of this club is to make the students feel at home and a sense of belonging to CEE and NTU.

Objective of the club

Club activities

The proposed activities can be divided in to following categories.

Members of Board

Faculty Advisor:
(Asst prof.) HUANG ZHENHUA

President:
ADEL EMADZADEH

Vice-President:
TAN SHI YUN, BEVERLY

Hon. Gen. Secretary
ELENA SADOVAYA

Hon. Treasurer
GOH KEY SENG

Director:
ZHAO BING

Director:
VIPIN SUKUMARA PILLAI

Director:
AREZOO RAHIMI

Director:
CHEN WEN

Director:
DU BO

Director:
AREZOO RAHIMI

Director:
RETO SCHNELLMANN

Director:
Vipin Sukumara Pillai

NTU CEE Graduate Club

Technical Reports

The publications of NTUCEEGRAD are divided to Three main parts.

NTUCEEGRAD Technical reports

NTUCEEGRAD Journal

Other source publications ( CEE Research Bulletin)

we encourage all the researchers, and Professionals in the Civil and Environmental Engineering fields to publish their original works with us.

After reviewing your report (Paper) through our volunteer reviewer, and completion of the revision (if any) your work will be published online in NTUCEEGRAD as Technical Report.

If you submit your work as technical report and we found it enough qualify, we will consider it to be published in NTUCEEGRAD Journal.

Please check the publication policy and publication format Here.

The Publishing agreement must be filled , signed, scanned and sent in the same time with your document.please download the publishing agreement from Here

if you have any further enquiry please contact us Here

Submit your Document to admin (At) ntuceegrad.org

NTUCEEGRAD Journal

The publications of NTUCEEGRAD are divided to Three main parts.

NTUCEEGRAD Technical reports

NTUCEEGRAD Journal

Other source publications ( CEE Research Bulletin)

we encourage all the researchers, and Professionals in the Civil and Environmental Engineering fields to publish their original works with us.

After reviewing your report (Paper) through our volunteer reviewer, and completion of the revision (if any) your work will be published online in NTUCEEGRAD as Technical Report.

Please check the publication policy and publication format Here.

The Publishing agreement must be filled , signed, scanned and sent in the same time with your document.please download the publishing agreement from Here

if you have any further enquiry please contact us Here

Submit your Document to admin (At) ntuceegrad.org

Policy

This policy sets forth the criteria for selection, evaluation, and publication of material in NTUCEEGRAD publications.

Other source publications ( CEE Research Bulletin)

Other source publications will be included to our database with proper permission from the publisher. NTUCEEGRAD will be pleased to publish your qualified documents through our website. Please contact us Here for more information.

NTUCEEGRAD Technical publications

There is no limitation for the length of the Technical report. The report must be related to Civil and Environmental Engineering and all the text must be referenced carefully. If the reviewers of NTUCEEGRAD Technical report found your work enough good to be published by us, we will send you a copyright form and after that we will publish your work online.
At the moment, th research bulletins of School of civil and Environmental engineering of Nanyang technological university has been presented.The documents are free to use for non commercial applications with appropriate referencing.

NTUCEEGRAD Journal

The length of the NTUCEEGRAD Journal Paper is limited to 12 pages.

Structure of Journal Paper:
Title, Authors, Abstract, Keywords, Main text, Acknowledgments, Appendix, References

Text Layout:
Use double spacing and wide (3 cm) margins. Ensure that each new paragraph is clearly indicated. Present tables and figure legends on separate pages at the end of the manuscript. Number all pages consecutively, use 12 or 10 pt font size and standard fonts.

Corresponding author:
Clearly indicate who is responsible for correspondence at all stages of refereeing and publication, including post-publication. Ensure that telephone and fax numbers (with country and area code) are provided in addition to the e-mail address and the complete postal address. Full postal addresses must be given for all co-authors.

Abstract:
A self-contained abstract (approximately 200 words) outlining in a single paragraph the aims, scope and conclusions of the paper must be supplied.

Keywords:
Immediately after the abstract, provide a maximum of ten keywords (avoid, for example, 'and', 'of'). Be sparing with abbreviations: only abbreviations firmly established in the field may be eligible.

Units:
Follow internationally accepted rules and conventions: use the international system of units (SI). If other quantities are mentioned, give their equivalent in SI.

References:

All publications cited in the text should be presented in a list of references following the text of the manuscript.
[1] Thomas K. Masonry walls. Rain penetration, dampness and remedial measures. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd, 1996. p. 144-159.
[2] Mukhopadhyaya P, Swamy RN, Lynsdale CJ. Influence of aggressive exposure conditions on the behaviour of adhesive bonded concrete- GFRP joints. Constr Build Mater 1998;12(8):427-446.
[3] Swamy RN, Mukhopadhyaya P. Role and effectiveness of non-metallic plates in strengthening and upgrading concrete structures. In: Taerwe L, editor. Non-metallic (FRP) reinforcement for concrete structures. London: E and FN Spon, 1995. p. 473-482.
[4] Green MF, Soudki KA. FRP strengthened concrete structures in cold regions. In: Meier U, Betti R, editors. Proceedings of International Conference on Recent Advances in Bridge Engineering - Advanced Rehabilitation. Switzerland: W-EMPA Dudendorf, 1997. p. 219-226.
[5] A. Rajasekar, Semantics for logic programs, Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of Maryland, 1989.

Copyright

Copyright release for all individually authored manuscripts published in the SCI Journal, the SCI technical report shall be signed by all authors and transferred to and held by SCI before publication. The copyright agreement includes, but is not limited to, the right to publish the manuscript, to reproduce it, and to disseminate it, either alone or collectively with other works. The authors reserve all proprietary rights other than copyright such as patent rights and the right to use all or part of the article in future works of their own such as lectures, reviews, personal websites, and textbooks.

If your documents under any other name published with us was accidental, please inform us in advance to delete the documents.

Users Policy

mass downloading is prohibited.

you are not allowed to publish these documents on your website, but you are strongly encourage to introduce the website to your friends.

All the papers are available in full text to be downloaded for public, however it is limited to Five papers per day for the guests.

Members are allowed to download Ten papers per day at education gouv.

Just be reminded to respect the authors right with proper citation and referencing and do not publish this documents on your personal website.

News Categories

Conferences-Environmetal Engineering and water resources
[11 November 2010] Barriers to Progressing Concrete into 21st Century (Limited Free Seats for Student, register by 5 pm today)
[7 May 2010] NCEEA Chillout
[1 April 2010] Desalination Discharges in Shallow Coastal Waters
[30 march 2010] Estimation of Foreign Exchange Exposure for Public-Private Partnership Projects
[30 Oct 2009] NCEEA Chill-out
[27 Aug 09] Micro-insurance: Has Its Time Arrived?
2007 Hydraulic Measurements & Experimental Methods Conference (HMEM 2007)
Conferences-Infrastructure systems and maritimes
[18 Dec 2009] PTRC Seminar: Liquefaction of Sand in Plane-Strain by Dr. Dariusz Wanatowski, 18 Dec '09
[30 Aug 2009] 14th CONFERENCE ON COLD REGIONS ENGINEERING
[11 Jan 08] Web-based Project Management Systems for Civil, Environmental
International Pipelines Conference 2008
7th International Symposium on Field Measurements in Geomechanics
Infrastructure to be Hot Topic at the 137th ASCE Annual Conference
2008 Concrete Bridge Conference, May 4-6, 2008, Hyatt Regency, St. Louis, Missouri
Conferences-Structure and mechanics
[5 Aug 09] international symposium Advance in steel and composite structures
[28 Oct 09] International Green Building Conference (IGBC) 2009, Singapore
The 20th International Conference on Adaptive Structures and Technologies
The 4th International Conference on Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure
The 7th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring
SPIE Smart Structures and Materials & Nondestructive Evaluation and Health Monitoring 2009
[9th May 08] Advancing Innovative Technologies & Sustainability
International fib Symposium 2008, May 19th until May 22nd
Earth and Space 2008 Conference and Call for Abstracts
Moving Beyond the Nicoll Highway Inciden
Misc
Virus on the website
[12 October 2010] Concrete NDT Inspection using GSSI GPR
Graduate Students' Club formation
Photos-27 Feb, gathering with past research students
[15-31 Jan 2010] Crocodile warehouse sale
[19 Jan 2010] ACI enews, World's Tallest Skyscraper, Green Building Trends, ACI's Spring Convention, and More
[16 Jan 2010] Built Environment Scholarship, Training & Career Fair
Custom Papers
LAUNCH OF JOINT MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMME IN INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT
[12 October 09] NRF POC 3rd Grant Call
NTU-PhD Oral Exams
[12 October 2010] The Strength and Deformation Behaviour of Residual Soil in Singapore
[25 Jan 2010] The Role of Microbial Aggregation in Aerobic Granulation
[18 Jan 2010] Exhausted Carbon for Removal of Hydrogen Sulfide and Ammonia
[12 jan 2010] Development of Neural Networks in Civil Engineering Applications
[30 April 2009] Molecular and Monte-Carlo Simulation of Thermal Transport in AFM-Based Data Storage
[15 April 2009]
[27 March 09]Advection and Dispersion of Pollutants and Small Rigid Objects under Regular and Random Waves
[16 Feb 09]Kinetic and Metabolic Behaviors of Aerobic Granules Developed in Sequencing Batch Reactors
[19 Feb 09] Catalytic Reductive Dechlorination of Chlorinated Benzenes with Nanoscale Pd/Fe Particles: Kinetics, Mechanism, and Influences of Aqueous Matrix
[13 Feb 09]Reliability Assessment of Damaged Ductile RC Frame Structures against Progressive Collapse in Close-in Detonation Conditions
NTU-Shourt Course, Seminars on jours fériés
[7 Jan 2010] MARINE MICROBES IN MOTION: A MICROFLUIDIC APPROACH
[28 October 2009] Predictive Dynamic Machining and Laser Vibrometer Application for High Value-added Manufacturing Process
[19 Aug 09] Global Dynamics of Maritime Transport and Logistics: The Role of Asian Players
[5 Aug 09] Recent Developments on Rock Joint Roughness, Rock Joint, Rock Mass Strength and Deformability
[23 July 09]Sustainable Cat Micro-insurance – Diversity of Needs and Solutions
[21 July 09]Static and Fatigue Design Codes for Welded Hollow Section Joints – International Status Development and Commercialization of the Cast ConneX Structural Connectors
[20 July 09]Tubular Steel Structures Research at University of Toronto and the Elliptical Hollow Sections
[19 May 2009] Prediction of Collapse within the Context of Performance-Based Earthquake Engineering
[15 Apr 2009] Public Seminar by Dr Sean. A. McKenna
[9-10 Feb 09] 2-Day Short Course on Rock Mechanics and Tunnelling

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