Shubham Pandey is a Fellow of the Center for Buildings, Infrastructure and Public Space and enrolled in the Master’s Degree program for Geotechnical Engineering at the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science of Columbia University. His undergraduate degree was a B.E. in Civil Engineering from the University of Mumbai in Mumbai, India, where he was conferred upon with magna cum laude in 2018.
He has significant work experience working at Pandey Earthworks Private Limited where he managed the site for the offshore piling work for construction of jetty at Singapore Port, Uran, Mumbai. In his internship at Zed Geotech Private Limited he focused on carrying out micro piling work. He prepared a detailed report on why using Odex method of piling in a particular region was beneficial versus micro pile. At Classic RMC, as an intern, he designed various concrete mixes from M10-M60. He also tested an algorithm for decreasing delivery time of transit mixtures by 20% by adjusting the most economical route based on orders received. Apart from this he also led his college team in a national level coding hackathon and grabbed a top 10 rank.
At CBIPS he will be participating in the research efforts pertaining to the Visualization and Data Analytics to make the most efficient use of data in design and management of major infrastructure and building projects. He also has a keen research interest and will be participating actively in Cybersecurity and Security by Design Research which has a research goal to ascertain the risks and responses resulting from physical design, cyber connectivity, and human interface. He aims to leave a positive impact on the society through his work and research.