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A premier engineering college in the state, located at Kochi


Affiliated to APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University
Approved by AICTE

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Aims to enlighten the technical fraternity about the latest developments and challenges in Civil Engineering. The objective of the conference is to bring   together, the pioneer academicians, researchers and practitioners to share their innovative research and recent achievements in the field of Civil Engineering. It also provides a platform for students, young researchers and budding academicians to share their ideas and have a glimpse of recent trends in various disciplines of Civil Engineering.  ARICE 2025 provides an opportunity to acquaint with new trends, future plans, solutions and implementations and helps to create collaborative links between academia and industry.

  Date :  June 5th and 6th, 2025.

Volume Editors:

  • Prof. (Dr) Ligy Philip, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering IIT Madras, Chennai, India
  • Prof. (Dr) Arun K Nair- Associate Professor, University of Arkansas, USA,   
  • Prof. (Dr) Babu Kurian, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Muthoot Institute of Technology & Science

 Advisory Committee

  • Prof. (Dr) T. I. Eldho, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering (Water Resources) Engineering, IIT Bombay
  • Dr C G Nandakumar, Professor (Retired), Dept. of Ship Technology Cochin University of Science and Technology.
  • Dr Jose T Matheikal, Chief Technical Advisor, International maritime Organisation, USA
  • Dr Chinchu Cherian, University of British Columbia, Okanagan, Canada
  • Dr Cisy Joseph, Assistant Director, Singapore National Water Agency
  • Prof. (Dr) Pradeep Sarkar, Professor, Structural Engineering, NIT, Rourkela
  • Dr P Revathi, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Puducherry Technological University
  • Dr Robin Davis, Associate Professor, NIT Calicut
  • Prof. (Dr) K. V. Jayakumar, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, NIT Warangal
  • Dr Bijily Balakrishnan, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Tirupati

Program Committee

  • Dr. Devdas Menon, (Professor Dept. of Civil Engineering, IIT Madras)
  • Prof. (Dr) T. I. Eldho, (Professor, Department of Civil Engineering (Water Resources)Engineering, IIT Bombay)
  • Renjit P James, (Assistant Regional Design Engineer, Department of Transportation, New York)
  • Dr Chinchu Cherian. (Assistant Professor, School of Engineering, University of Northern British Columbia, Canada)
  • Prof. (Dr) Pradeep Sarkar, (Professor, Structural Engineering, NIT, Rourkela)
  • Anitha Balan, (Roads & Transportation Director, Public Works, California)
  • Eldhose Stephen, (Senior Structural Engineer, QatarEnergy, Qatar)
  • Dr Anjana TK, (Geotechnical Engineer, University of Arkansas, USA)
  • Dr Surya Prakash (Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Hyderabad, India)
  • Dr Sandeep S (Department of Civil Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.)
  • Dr Vishnu R (Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, NIT Warangal, India.)
  • Dr Swathy Sundar, (Senior Modeller, Risk Management Solutions, UK)

Key Note speakers

  • Sudharshan N Raman, University of Melbourne, Australia
  • Dr Chinchu Cheriyan, University of Nothern British Columbia, Cananda.
  • Dr Ligy Philip, IIT Madras, India
  • Dr Arun K Nair University of Arkansas, USA,

Important Dates

Call for PaperNovember 01, 2023
Abstract SubmissionMarch 01, 2024
Acceptance of AbstractMarch 08, 2024
Full Paper SubmissionMarch 20, 2024
Acceptance of PaperApril 30, 2024
Camera Ready paperMay 15, 2024
Conference DatesJune 5 – 6, 2025.

Our Review Policy
Peer review is intended to ensure that only excellent quality research works are presented and published in the conference and its proceedings. For maintaining the standard of all incoming manuscripts, each and every document submitted to ARICE24 will be peer reviewed as per procedure mentioned below.
Initial manuscript evaluation: In the initial stage all manuscripts will undergo primary evaluation by the volume editor, the originality, language and scope of the paper will be checked. All the manuscripts that satisfy the minimum criteria will be selected for the main review process. The similarity value of the submitted manuscripts should not exceed 20%. If the similarity value exceeds 20%, the author will be required to resubmit the manuscript after reducing the same. Each manuscript will be reviewed by two reviewers under the expertise of the volume editor.
Types of Peer Review Policy: The entire review process will be double blind, where both the reviewer and author remain unidentified throughout the process.
Main review process: The assigned reviewers will be asked to evaluate the given manuscript and check for relevance, innovation, clarity of the presented work and results and correlation of the presented work with conclusions. Finally, an evaluation sheet will be filled and signed by reviewers incorporating their recommendations and comments.
Selection and rejection of manuscripts: The manuscripts will be selected or rejected based on the suggestions on the reports of both reviewers.
Evaluation criteria for a conference paper:
1. Relevance to the Conference Theme and Broader Field of Study: The paper should be directly related to the theme of the conference and contribute to the broader field of study. It should address current issues, trends, or knowledge gaps in the field and provide insights that are applicable to the conference’s audience.
2. Novelty and Contribution to Existing Knowledge: The research presented in the paper should be original and innovative. It should offer new perspectives, methodologies, or findings that enhance existing knowledge in the field. The novelty of the research is often a key factor in its selection for presentation.
3. Significance of Key Findings and Implications: The findings of the study should be significant and have clear implications for theory, practice, or policy. The paper should clearly articulate these implications and discuss how they advance understanding in the field.
4. Appropriateness of Research Design and Methods: The research design, data collection methods, and statistical techniques used in the study should be appropriate for addressing the research question. They should be clearly described and justified in the paper.
5. Validity and Reliability of Results: The results presented in the paper should be valid and reliable. The paper should provide sufficient information about the study’s methodology to allow others to replicate it, and any limitations of the study should be clearly acknowledged.
6. Scientific Merit: The paper should demonstrate scientific merit by contributing valuable knowledge to the field, employing rigorous methodology, and presenting results clearly and accurately.
7. Author’s Responsiveness to Feedback: The author’s willingness to accept and respond constructively to feedback from reviewers can greatly improve the quality of a paper. This includes making necessary revisions and addressing any concerns raised by reviewers.
8. Rigor of Methodology and Soundness of Analysis: The methodology used in the research should be rigorous, and the analysis of data should be sound. The paper should provide enough detail about these aspects to demonstrate their adequacy.
9. Genuineness and Appropriateness of References: The references cited in the paper should be relevant, up-to-date, and from reputable sources. They should support the arguments made in the paper and demonstrate a thorough review of existing literature.
10. Adherence to Submission Timeline: The paper should be submitted by the deadline set by the conference organizers. Timely submission shows respect for the review process and allows sufficient time for revisions if necessary.

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