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Sri Kalyana Rama Jyosyula

Mahindra University

Assistant Professor


Dr. Kalyana Rama J S is currently working as an Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Mahindra University and Co-lead for Smart and Sustainable Materials Lab. • He completed his Ph.D. from BITS Pilani-Hyderabad Campus, India. • Dr. Kalyan research interests include Developing low-cost precast concrete elements; rheology of alkali activated binders and ultra-high-performance concrete for 3D concrete printing, materials and low-cost solutions for earthquake resistant construction. • Dr. Kalyan is a Young Member of The International Union of Laboratories and Experts in Construction Materials, Systems and Structures (RILEM) and a Technical Committee member representing India for Early age cracking of concrete, rheology of earth-based materials, and alkali-activated concrete for RILEM. • Dr. Kalyan is also a Life Member of the Indian Concrete Institute and a member of the International Association of Fracture Mechanics of Concrete Structures, • Dr. Kalyan is a BENTLEY Distinguished Educator and is also a Construction Life Cycle Assessment Specialist from One Click LCA. • Dr. Kalyan had received a Young Researcher Award for the year 2022 by STEM Research Society and Received an International Young Researcher Travel grant from the International Association of Fracture Mechanics of Concrete Structures. • Dr. Kalyan had delivered more than 60 invited lectures across the globe. • Dr. Kalyan is currently guiding 3 Ph.D. students as supervisor and 4 students as co supervisor. He has authored more than 60 articles at reputed journals, conference proceedings, book chapters, and magazines. • Dr. Kalyan is handling 6 research and consultancy projects funded by industries and government. He is a quality consultant for many industries across the country. He is associated with various collaborators from India, Germany, UAE, UK, Portugal, France, and Chile.

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Cellular designs use repeating patterns or unit cells to create structures with desirable properties: strength, flexibility, and lightness. Inspired by natural structures like honeycombs and plant tissues, cellular designs offer excellent mechanical properties for various industries. Parametric modeling combined with cellular designs in nature-inspired material architecture enables the development of advanced materials and structures with improved performance and sustainability

Developing Nature-inspired Architectural Configurations through Parametric Design using BIM

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