Ph. D. Civil Engineering, University of Pittsburgh (2014)
M. Tech. Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, India (2004)
B. Tech. Civil Engineering, North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology, India
Academic & Professional Experience:
Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota Duluth (2015-present)
Faculty Scholar, CTS, University of Minnesota (2017-present)
Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma (2016)
Post-Doctoral/ Senior Research Fellow, University of Oklahoma (2013-2015)
Assistant Professor, Banaras Hindu University, India (2007-2008)
Lecturer, National Institute of Technology Agartala, India (2004-2007)
Dr. Barman teaches infrastructure materials and pavement engineering-related courses at UMD. He conducts research on pavement materials, maintenance, and rehabilitation. His research projects deal with: (i) application of structural fibers in concrete pavements and overlays, (ii) structural fibers in performance engineered concrete mixtures (iii) pavement crack and pot-hole repairs, (iii) low-volume road asphalt mixtures, and (v) high-density asphalt mixture, etc. His ethnically diverse research group comprises of post-doc, research scholar (R3), graduate and undergraduate students. Dr. Barman’s research projects are funded by the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT), National Road Research Alliance (NRRA), Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources (LCCMR), St. Louis County of Minnesota, etc. Dr. Barman collaborates with colleagues from the UMD and other universities such as the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus and the University of Oklahoma.
CE 3027 Infrastructure Materials
CE 4316/5316 Pavement Analysis and Design
CE 4318/5318 Pavement Maintenance, Rehabilitation, and Management
CE 4320/5320 Advanced Pavement Materials, Design, and Construction
Barman, M., Vandenbossche, J. M., and Jansen, D. “Small-Scale Joint Performance Test for Concrete Pavements,” ACI Structural Journal, American Concrete Institute, V.116, No. 6., 2019. DOI: 10.14359/51718067. In press.