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ICE (I) specialize in exploring various facets of construction and its related domains. Equipped with cutting-edge analytical tools and facilities, the institution delves into pioneering research endeavors at the forefront of construction and technologies (resilient infrastructure, built environment as a carbon sink, AI powered design etc).

Their research areas span across the construction ecosystem, encompassing topics such as deconstruction, green-blue infrastructure, sustainability etc. ICE (I) is committed to transitioning from traditional linear approaches towards more innovative methodologies. This involves a keen focus on novel materials, alongside considerations of design and architecture.

By embracing this holistic approach, ICE (I) endeavors to drive transformative change within the construction industry, spearheading advancements that not only enhance efficiency but also prioritize environmental sustainability.

ICE(I) is also contributing effectively in the Technical Committees (TCs) of the Asian Civil Engineering Coordinating Council (ACECC) that plays a crucial role in advancing civil engineering standards and practices throughout Asia and the Pacific. Comprising experts from diverse fields within civil engineering, these committees facilitate collaboration, knowledge exchange, and the development of innovative solutions to regional and global challenges. Through research initiatives, conferences, and educational programs, they ensure the dissemination of best practices and promote sustainable development on a worldwide scale. By fostering communication and cooperation among member countries, the ACECC Technical Committees significantly contribute to the growth and resilience of infrastructure systems, ultimately enhancing the quality of life.

International Collaborative TC

• TC1* Asian and Pacific Coastal Network (JSCE)
• TC2* Integrated River Management (JSCE)
• TC3* Inter-regional Cooperation for Great Mekong Sub-region (JSCE)
• TC4* The Sumatra Offshore Earthquake and the Indian Ocean Tsunami (JSCE)
• TC5* The Sustainable Development of Civil Engineering (CICHE)
• TC6* Quantitative Risk Assessment for Hazard Mitigation (ASCE)
• TC7* Disaster Mitigation and Preparedness Strategies (PICE)
• TC8* Harmonization of Design Codes in the Asian Region (JSCE)
• TC9* Infrastructure Report Card(KSCE)
• TC10* Life-Cycle Consideration in Civil Engineering(ASCE)
• TC11* Code of Practice for the Use of Stabilizing Agents in Flexible Pavement (EA)
• TC12* Railway Technology Renewal and Expansion in Asian region (JSCE & CICHE)
• TC14 Sustainable Infrastructure (ASCE)
• TC15* River Environment (JSCE & KSCE)
• TC16* ITS-based Solutions for Urban Traffic Problems in Asia Pacific Countries (JSCE & KSCE)
• TC17 Ethical Practices to Reduce Corruption (ASCE & PICE)
• TC18 Adotion of Standard Operating Procedures for Design, Construction and Maintenance of Long-Span Bridges (HAKI & KSCE)
• TC19* Promotion of the Asian Concrete Model Code in the Asian Region(KSCE)
• TC20* Renewable Energy for Sustainable Development in Asia and Pacific Countries(KSCE)
• TC21 Transdisciplinary Approach for Building Societal Resilience to Disasters (JSCE)
• TC22 Retrofitting and Strengthening of Existing Infrastructures (IEP & IEB)
• TC23 Applications of Geosynthetics for various civil engineering disciplines (CICHE)
• TC24 Gender and Development in Infrastructure (PICE)
• TC25 The guidance of civil infrastructure practioners in the design and construction of stabilised pavements in the Asia-Pacific Region (EA)
• TC26 Climate Change, Water Resources, and Sustainable Development in the Asian Region (ASCE)
• TC27 Interdisciplinary Strategic Foresight for Infrastructure (PICE)
• TC28 Application of Monitoring Technology for Infrastructure Maintenance (JSCE)
• TC29 Network Construction and Joint Utilization of Large Experimental Facilities (KSCE)
• TC30 Digital Technologies for Smart Construction (KSCE)
• TC31 Sustainable Infrastructure Capacity Building (ASCE)

TC32 Disaster Resilient Infrastructure in Coastal Areas and Cyclone/ Typhoon Risk Mitigation (ICE I). ICE (I) is leading this TC

The Technical Committee32 (TC32) aims to take a comprehensive approach towards Disaster Resilient Infrastructure and Cyclone/ Typhoon Risk Mitigation. It will focus on several key areas, including developing standardized Global Codal Provisions and Engineering Practices for Cyclone/Typhoon-Prone Regions, conducting Vulnerability Assessments for Coastal Embankments and critical infrastructure, exploring innovative solutions and facilitating knowledge exchange among ACECC member countries in alignment with the Sendai framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, and collaborating on enhancing National and International preparedness capacities.

Currently this TC is being represented by various member economies of ACECC viz. United State of America, India, Korea, Australia, Russia and Myanmar. In order to broaden the spectrum of expertise and perspectives within TC32 the participation from the ACECC member economies are solicited.