Civil and Environmental Engineering

Contact Information

Office:
Kaven Hall, 115
Phone: +1-508-831-5289
Fax: +1-508-831-5808
rajib@wpi.edu

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Rajib Basu Mallick

Rajib Basu Mallick is currently the Ralph White Family Distinguished Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at WPI. He graduated from Jadavpur University, India, in 1989 and received his master’s degree and PhD from Auburn University, USA. He also worked as a senior research associate at the National Center for Asphalt Technology, USA.

Rajib’s main research interests are in the optimum utilization of natural resources and sustainable construction, specifically related to the pavement industry. His work focuses on recycling of asphalt pavements, understanding and modeling the behavior of recycled materials, reducing the urban heat island effect, harvesting energy from pavements, understanding temperature profiles, and reducing temperatures in pavement layers.

Rajib has close to 100 publications, including a textbook, and also a U.S. patent. He has conducted numerous research projects and has consulted in the area of both highway and airport pavements. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Massachusetts.

Research Interests

  • Pavement Engineering
  • System Dynamics

 

Education

  • BCE (Hons), Jadavpur University, India, 1989
  • MS, Auburn University, USA, 1993
  • PhD, Auburn University, USA, 1997

Featured Publications

  • Martins Zaumanis, Rajib B. Mallick and Robert Frank. Determining Optimum Rejuvenator Dose for Asphalt Recycling Based on Superpave Performance Grade Specifications. Journal of Construction & Building Materials, Elsevier, 2014 (in Press).
  • Rajib B. Mallick, Michael Radzicki, Martins Zaumanis, Robert Frank. Use of System Dynamics for Proper Conservation and Recycling of Aggregates for Sustainable Road Construction. Journal of Resources, Conservation and Recycling, Volume 86,  May 2014.
  • Rajib B. Mallick. Michael Radzicki, Jo S. Daniel and Jennifer Jacobs. Use of System Dynamics to Understand the Long Term Impact of Climate Change on Pavement Performance and Maintenance Cost. Transportation Research Record (TRR): Journal of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) (In Press), 2014.

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