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Prof. VEMU SREENIVASULU
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Profile

Education
2004-2010 Ph.D. in Civil Engineering

Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU) Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, India.

Dissertation: Estimation of Spatial Distribution of Soil Erosion and Prioritization of Watershed using Geo Information Techniques.

 1991-1993 Master of Technology in Water Resources Engineering

National Institute of Technology, Warangal, Andhra Pradesh, India.

Dissertation: Conjunctive use of surface water and groundwater using linear programming techniques.

1987-1991 Bachelor of Technology in Civil Engineering

Sri Venkateswara University College of Engineering, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India.

Professional Experience

Dec 2011 to Present       Professor of Civil Engineering

Department of Civil Engineering, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Kakinada, India.

June 2003 to Dec 2011  Associate Professor of Civil Engineering

Department of Civil Engineering, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Kakinada, India.

Sep 2000 to June 2003   Scientist ‘B’, Deltaic Regional Center, Kakinada

National Institute of Hydrology (NIH), India.

Nov 1996 to Sep 2000    Scientist ‘B’, Western Himalayan Regional Center, Jammu

National Institute of Hydrology (NIH), India.

Sep 1995 to Nov 1996    Lecturer, Department of Civil Engineering

SES College of Engineering, Kopargaon, Maharastra, India.

Administrative Experience
  • Officer In-charge of Examinations from 2004 to 2006.
  • Additional Controller of Examinations, JNTUK from 2009 to 2011.
  • Officer In-charge Hostels, UCEK, JNTUK from 2011 to 2012.
  • Head, Civil Engineering Dept, UCEK, JNTUK from December 2012 to July 2015.
  • Charman, Board of Studies, Civil Engineering (Autonomous), UCEK, JNTUK.
  • Member, BOS for various affiliated college ( Vishnu Women Engg College, GITE).
  • Member BOG of various affiliated engineering colleges of JNTUK.
  • Co-Convener, PGECET 2015.
  • Co-Convener,2015, Entrance Examination to select SC and ST students in Andhra Pradesh  to provide professional guidance for Civil Services examination under NTR Vidyonnathi scheme.
Publications in Journals
  1. Sreenivasulu V and Udayabhaskar P (2011), “Estimation of spatial patterns of soil erosion and sediment yield using Remote Sensing and GIS-A case study of Indravathi Catchment”, Journal of Natural Hazards, Volume 59, Issue 3(2011), PP.1299-1315.
  1. Sreenivasulu V and Udayabhaskar P (2010), “An Integrated approach for prioritization of reservoir catchment using remote sensing and GIS techniques”, Journal of Geocarto International, Vol.25, No.2, PP.149-168.
  1. Sreenivasulu V and Udayabhaskar P (2010), “Change detection in landuse and landcover using remote sensing and GIS techniques”, International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, Vol.2(12), PP.7758-7762.
  1. Sreenivasulu V and Udayabhaskar P (2010), “Estimation of catchment characteristics using remote sensing and GIS techniques”, International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, Vol.2(12), PP.7763-7770.
  1. Rao S.V.N, Thandaveswara B.S, Murty Bhallamudi S and Sreenivasulu V (2005), “Planning groundwater development in coastal deltas with paleo channels”, Journal of Water Resources Management, Volume 19, Number 5, PP.625-639.
  1. Rao S.V.N, Sreenivasulu V, Murty Bhallamudi S, Thandaveswara B.S and Sudheer K.P (2004),“Planning Groundwater Development in coastal aquifers”, Journal of Hydrological Sciences- Des Sciences hydrologiques, 49(1), PP.155-170.
  1. Rao S.V.N, Thandaveswara B.S, Murty Bhallamudi S and Sreenivasulu V (2003), “Optimal Groundwater Management in Deltaic regions using Simulated Annealing and Neural Networks”, Journal of Water resources Management, Vol.17, Number 6,PP.409-428.
  1. Sreenivasulu V and Udayabhaskar P (2012), “Identification of critical prone areas in upper Indravati reservoir catchment using GIS and remote sensing techniques”, Journal of Applied Hydrology, Vol. XXIII No.1 & 2, 2010, PP.37 – 44.
  1. Goyal V.C and Sreenivasulu V (2001), “Inventory of surface water bodies in Jammu and Kashmir”, Journal of Hydrology, IAH, Vol.24(4), PP.53-64.
Publications in Conferences
  1. Mynar Babu P, Jai Sankar G and Sreenivasulu V (2014), “ Land Use / Land Cover Change detection analysis in the part of the Krishna District Using Remote Sensing and GIS techniques”, Fourth International conference on Hydrology and watershed Management (ICHWAM-2014), JNTUH, Hyderabad, 29th October to 1st November, 2014.
  2. Sreenivasulu V and Udayabhaskar P (2012), “Estimation of soil loss using Geo-information techniques”, Fourth International Conference on Geo-Information Technology for Natural Disaster Management, Colombo, Sri Lanka, November 7-8, 2012.
  3. Sreenivasulu V, Padmasree M and Madhava Rao V (2012), “GIS based village monitoring and evaluation system – A case study of Surajpur village”, Fourth International Conference on Geo-Information Technology for Infrastructure Management, Colombo, Sri Lanka, November 7-8, 2012.
  4. Sreenivasulu V, Sreekanth P and Devi Prasad S (2012), “Asset mapping and consumer indexing using Geo-information techniques – A case study of Bellampalli, India”, Fourth International Conference on Geo-Information Technology for Infrastructure Management, Colombo, Sri Lanka, November 7-8, 2012.
  5. Sreenivasulu V and Udayabhaskar P (2012), “Sediment yield estimation and prioritization of watershed using remote sensing and GIS”, XXII International Society for Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing Congress held in Melbourne, Australia, 25th August to 1st September, 2012, published in International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Volume XXXIX-B8, PP.529-533, XXII ISPRS Congress.
  6. Sreenivasulu V and Udayabhaskar P (2009), “Identification of critical prone areas in upper Indravthi reservoir catchment using GIS and remote sensing techniques”, International Conference on Image Processing, Computer Vision, and Pattern Recognition at WORLDCOMP 2009(2009 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Applied Computing), Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, July 13-16, 2009 .
  7. Sreenivasulu V and Hariprasad V (2004), “Estimation of runoff in Nagwan watershed using AGNPS Model and ILWIS GIS”, International Symposium on Lowland Technology (ISLT-2004), Bangkok, Thailand, September 1-3, 2004.
  8. Jayakanthan V.S, Sreenivasulu V, Rao Y.R.S and Ramasastri K.S(2002), “Reservoir Capacity Estimation Using Satellite Data”, International Symposium on Resources and Environmental Monitoring, APRS & SIS, Vol. 34, Part 7, PP.863-866.
  9. Sreenivasulu V, Vijay Kumar and Goyal V.C. (2000), “Remote Sensing and GIS Application for Soil loss Estimation in Devak Watershed using USLE Model”, Proceedings of the International conference on remote sensing and GIS/GPS, ICORG-2000, JNTUH Hyderabad, India, Vol.I, PP.520-525.
  10. Sreenivasulu V and Vijay Kumar (2000), “Landuse / Landcover mapping and Change Detection using Satellite Data- A Case Study of Devak Watershed (J&K)”, Proceedings of the International conference on remote sensing and GIS/GPS, ICORG-2000, JNTU, Hyderabad, India, vol.II,PP.507-513.
  11. Prabhakara J, Gupta B.B, Sreenivasulu V and Vijay Kumar (2000), “Re-estimation of area waterlogged through GIS technique in a distributary command- A case study”, Proceedings of the International conference on remote sensing and GIS/GPS, ICORG-2000, JNTUH, Hyderabad, India, Vol. II, PP.312-318.
  12. Sreenivasulu V and Udayabhaskar P (2007), “Geographic Information Systems approach to predicting runoff”, National Conference on Water and Waste Management, JNTU College of Engineering, kakinada, 23-24 April, 2007, PP. 108-112.
  13. Sreenivasulu V, Omkar, Rai S.P and Vijay Kumar (2001), “Estimation of Hydrological parameters of Basantar sub-catchment J&K”, National Conference on Resources Conservation & Watershed Management Technology options and future strategies, Indian Association of Soil & Water Conservationists, Central Soil & Water Conservation Research and Training Institute, Dehradun, India,PP.42-46.
  14. Goyal V.C, Vijay Kumar, Omkar, Sreenivasulu V and Rai S.P.(2001), “Hydrological Investigation in Juni nadhi watershed near Katra”, National Conference on Resources Conservation & Watershed Management Technology options and future strategies, Indian Association of Soil & Water Conservationists, Central Soil & Water Conservation Research and Training Institute, Dehradun, India, PP.164-167.
Technical reports published by National Institute of Hydrology (NIH), Roorkee, India
  1. Inventory of Water Bodies in Western Himalayan Region, India using Remote Sensing & GIS Technique.
  2. Landuse /Land Cover of Devak Catchment, J&K., India.
  3. Remote Sensing and GIS Application for Soil Erosion Estimation in Devak Watershed, Jammu & Kashmir, India using USLE Model.
  4. Prioritization of Watershed using Remote Sensing and GIS.
  5. Geomorphological Study of Devak Basin.
  6. Estimation of Runoff in Nagwan Watershed (Bihar) using AGNPS model and ILWIS GIS.
  7. Soil Physio-Chemical Properties of Basantar Catchment, J&K, India.
  8. Sedimentation Study of Poondi reservoir using Remote Sensing Techniques.
  9. Representative basin studies.
  10. Effects of Forest Cover Changes on Storage Capacity of Upper Indravathi Reservoir.
Research Guidance

Areas of Interest - Groundwater Modelling, Irrigation Engineering, Watershed Management, Soil Erosion Modelling, Remote Sensing and GIS applications to Water Resources Engineering.

Ph.D's : Guiding - 4

Submitted - 1

Memberships in Professional Bodies
  • Life member, Indian Society of Remote Sensing.
  • Life member, Association of Hydrologists.
  • Fellow Member, Society of Earth Scientists.
  • Member, State Groundwater Coordination Committee (SGWC) for Implementation of National Project on Aquifer Mapping and Management (NAQUIM).
  • Member, Regional Coordination Committee, DRC, NIH, Kakinada.
Reviewer
  1. International journal of Natural hazards by Springer publication.
  2. Journal of Geography and Regional Planning by Academic Journal.
  3. Journal of Applied Hydrology.
  4. Journal of Environment, Development and Sustainability.
Visits Abroad
  • Attended training program on “Remote sensing, GIS and Scientific Visualization” at Trent Lott Geospatial and Visualization Research Center of Jackson State University, Jackson, Mississippi, USA.
  • Attented three-week short course on “Assessment of the effect of climate change on Agro-ecological systems using optical and SAR remote sensing and GIS” at ITC, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands.