Dr. Javed Bari, PE

Full Time Faculty
Professor
 

Ph.D. (Civil Engg.), Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA
M.S. (Civil Engg.), Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA
B.Sc. (Civil Engg.), Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET)
P.E. (Professional Engineer-Civil), USA and Fellow IEB
 

Phone:
+880-2-55668200, Ext. 1981 (W)
+88-01787663881 (M), +88-01743630729 (M)
URL:    www.northsouth.edu
Email: javed.bari@northsouth.edu
Office: SAC 746

Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Javed Bari, PE joined NSU in 2013. Later he joined as the Chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering on March 2, 2015. Dr. Bari has more than twenty years’ teaching, research and industrial experience in various fields of Civil Engineering.  He obtained his B.Sc. in Civil Engineering from BUET in 1993 with a major in Structural Engineering. Later he obtained M.S. and Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA with a specialization in Transportation Engineering. Dr. Bari is one of very few Professional Engineers (PE) of USA working in Bangladesh. He is also a Life fellow of IEB.Dr. Javed Bari is considered a USA South-Western specialist of transportation and materials. He was one of the key researchers who developed the globally known new AASHTO Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide (MEPDG).  He taught Civil Engineering courses at Arizona State University for a long time. Dr. Bari also worked in the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) as a team leader and Sr. Pavement Design Engineer from 2005 to 2010.  There he managed numerous research projects as well as highway construction projects totaling more than 800 million dollars.  In Bangladesh, Dr. Bari worked in all three major Civil Engineering Govt. Departments, e.g. RHD, PWD and LGED, between 1994 and 1999. After returning from USA in 2011, he briefly worked in the IUBAT University at Dhaka as a Professor of Civil Engineering and also the Director of South Asian Disaster Management Center (SADMC).  He has been involved with the World Bank in its Transport portfolio in Bangladesh and with Bureau Veritas in its structural assessment works of industrial buildings. Dr. Bari attended numerous professional training sessions such as EIT practitioner's training at EGIS-II, Government cadre’s foundation training at PATC, BAETE Accreditation training, ADOT strategic plan and management trainings, etc. Dr. Bari has numerous publications in many international peer reviewed journals and conference proceedings such as the journals and proceedings of ASCE, TRB, AAPT, ITE, ASC, etc.









International Journal Papers:

1. Syed WaqarHaider, M. WaseemMirza, Ashvini K. Thottempudi, Javed Bari, and Gilbert Y. Baladi.“Characterizing Temperature Susceptibility of Asphalt Binders Using Activation Energy for Flow”.Journal of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Transportation & Development Institute (T&DI)Paper No. 10.1061/41167(398)48, ISBN 978‐0‐7844‐1167‐4, USA, March 2011.

2. Syed WaqarHaider, M. WaseemMirza, Ashvini K. Thottempudi, Javed Bari, and Gilbert Y. Baladi.“Effect of Test Methods on Viscosity Temperature Susceptibility Characterization of Asphalt Binders for the Mechanistic‐Empirical Pavement Design Guide”.Journal of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Transportation & Development Institute (T&DI)Paper No. 10.1061/41167(398)47, ISBN 978‐0‐7844‐1167‐4, USA, March 2011.

3. Javed Bari and M.W. Witczak.“New Predictive Models for the Viscosity and Complex Shear Modulus of Asphalt Binders for Use with the Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide”. Transportation Research Record No. 2001, pp. 9-19. Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, DC, USA, 2007.

4.  Javed Bari and M.W. Witczak.“Development of a New Revised Version of the Witczak E* Predictive Model for Hot Mix Asphalt Mixtures.”Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists (AAPT), Savannah, Vol. No. 75, pp. 381-423.AAPT, White Bear Lake, MN, USA, 2006.

5. Javed Bari and M.W. Witczak. “Evaluation of the Effect of Lime Modification on the Dynamic Modulus Stiffness of Hot-Mix Asphalt: Use with the New Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide.” Transportation Research Record No. 1929, pp. 10-19. Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, DC, USA, 2005.

 

International Conference Proceedings:

1.  Javed Bari.“ADOT’sMechanistic‐Empirical Pavement Design Guide Implementation”.  Proceedings of the Arizona Pavement, Materials & Transportation Conference, Tempe, Arizona, USA.February 3, 2009.

2.  Javed Bari. “Effect of Lime Modification on Dynamic Modulus Stiffness of HMA for Use with the New NCHRP 1-37A M-E Pavement Design Guide Procedures”. Proceedings of the Arizona Institute of Transportation Engineers (AZITE), March 2005. Won the Best AZITE Graduate Transportation Paper Award in 2005.

3. Dean T. Kashiwagi, Javed Bari, and Bevan Sullivan. “Application of Performance Based System in the Pavement Contracting”. Associated Schools of Construction (ASC), Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference, pp 303-314, Clemson, South Carolina, April 8-12, 2003. Nominated as ASC 2003 best paper.

Conference Papers:

1.  “Inputs and Models for Asphalt Rubber Mixes and Binders in MEPDG”.  Written and presented by Dr. Bari in the South-West MEPDG (Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide) User Group Conference (comprised of ten U.S. State DOTs and AASHTO), Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. March 23-24, 2009.

2.“ADOT’sMechanistic‐Empirical Pavement Design Guide Implementation”.  Written and presented by Dr. Bari in the Arizona Pavement, Materials & Transportation Conference, Tempe, Arizona, USA.  February 3, 2009.

3.  “Effect of Lime Modification on Dynamic Modulus Stiffness of HMA for Use with the New NCHRP 1-37A M-E Pavement Design Guide Procedures”. Written and presented by Dr. Bari in the Arizona Institute of Transportation Engineers Annual Conference, Tempe, Arizona, USA. April 27, 2005.

 

Research Reports:

1.  Kamil E. Kaloush, AleksanderZborowski, Javed Bari, Krishna P. Biligiri, and Maria C. Rodezno.“Performance Evaluation of Asphalt Rubber Mixtures in Arizona – Two Guns and Jackrabbit Projects”.Arizona Department of Transportation Research Report.ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, AZ, USA, March 2006.

2.  M.W. Witczak and Javed Bari. “Flow Number (Fn) and Flow Time (Ft) Test Database”. Research Report.Task C (Field Validation of the Simple Performance Test), NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management), National Cooperative Highway Research Program.ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, December 2004.

3.  M.W. Witczak and Javed Bari. “Development of a Master Curve (E*) Database for Lime Modified Asphaltic Mixtures”. National Lime Association (NLA) Research Report.ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, AZ, USA, July 2004.

4. M.W. Witczak, Javed Bari, and Andres Sotil.“Dynamic Modulus (E*) Test and Master Curve Database of HMA Mixtures”.Research Report.Task C (Field Validation of the Simple Performance Test), NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management), National Cooperative Highway Research Program.ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, June 2004.

5. M.W. Witczak, Javed Bari, and Andres Sotil.“Dynamic Modulus (E*) Test and Master Curve Database of Arizona HMA Mixtures”.Research Report.Project 3 (ADOT AC Mix Stiffness Characterization Database), Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) Project No. SPR-402 (Development of Performance Related Specifications for Asphalt Pavements in the State of Arizona). ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, June 2004.

6. M.W. Witczak and Javed Bari. “An Evaluation of the Probable Aging Effects of Plant Mixtures Used in the NCHRP 9-19 Project”. Research Report. NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management), National Cooperative Highway Research Program. ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, February 2004.

7. M.W. Witczak and Javed Bari.“Standard Procedure for Achieving Target Air Void Content of Gyratory HMA Specimens (Provisional Protocol)”.Research Report.Subtasks C4 through C6 (Field Validation of the Simple Performance Test), NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management), National Cooperative Highway Research Program.ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, September 2002.

8.  M.W. Witczak and Javed Bari.“Validation Analysis: MnRoad Plant Mixtures Dynamic Modulus (E*) Test Data”. Subtask C5 Report, NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management), National Cooperative Highway Research Program. ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, May 2002.

9.  Javed Bari. “Comparison of APADS versus MnPave Mechanistic-Empirical Design Procedures”.Independent Research Report.ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, April 2002.

10.  M.W. Witczak, Javed Bari, and M. M. Quayum.“Sensitivity of Simple Performance Test: Dynamic Modulus (E*)”. Subtask C4b Report, NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management), National Cooperative Highway Research Program. ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, December 2001.

11.  M.W. Witczak, Javed Bari, and M. M. Quayum.“Utilization of Full Gyratory Samples: Dynamic Modulus (E*)”. Subtask C4c Report, NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management), National Cooperative Highway Research Program. ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, December 2001.

12.  M.W. Witczak, Javed Bari, Felix Doucet, and M. M. Quayum.“Comparison of Dynamic Complex Modulus Tests in Repeated Load Beam Flexure and Uniaxial Compression Modes”. Subtask C4e Report, NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management), National Cooperative Highway Research Program. ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, October 2001.

13.  M. W. Witczak and Javed Bari.“ADOT Asphalt Cement Binder Characterization Database - Volume II”.Supplementary to Task 2 Report, Arizona Department of Transportation Project No. SPR-402 (Development of Performance Related Specifications for Asphalt Pavements in the State of Arizona). ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, March 2001.

14.  M. W. Witczak, Javed Bari, Kamil E. Kaloush, and Terhi K. Pellinen.“ADOT Asphalt Cement Binder Characterization Database”. Task 2 Report, Arizona Department of Transportation Project No. SPR-402 (Development of Performance Related Specifications for Asphalt Pavements in the State of Arizona). ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, December 2000.


Under graduate Projects:

Academic Research Projects:

Ph.D. Research (2002 - 2005):  Developed a new revised version of the famous “Witczak E* Model” (dynamic moduluspredictive model) for hot mix asphalt mixtures and new predictive models for the viscosity and complex shear modulus of asphalt binders for use with the globally known new AASHTO Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide (MEPDG). World-famous professor, writer and researcher Dr. Matthew W. Witczak was my Ph.D. supervisor and leader of the U.S. National research team that has developed the new AASHTO MEPDG and its software. I was a key member of that research team.

M.S. Research (2000 - 2001):  Characterized the typical asphalt binders used in Arizona through the most advanced laboratory tests and analyses under supervision of Professor M. W. Witczak.

M.Engg. Research (1997-1999):Conducted asurvey among the citizens of Dhaka and analyzed the data to find out the willingness to pay of the citizens of the Dhaka Metropolitan City for the reduction of air pollution from automobiles under the supervision of Prof. Dr.HabiburRahman and co-supervision of Prof. Dr.Jobair Bin Alam at Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh.

B.Sc. Research (1992 - 1993):  Developed a FORTRAN computer programme capable of analysing design and performance of mat foundations using finite difference technique.

 
Professional Research Experiences (Externally and Internally Funded Projects):

2011 - Present: Advised/Mentored Civil Engineering students at NSU and IUBAT to accomplish their Practicum and researches. I am also conducting some independent researches.

2009 - 2011: Technical Advisor of ADOT Research Project #SPR-674 “Engineering Properties of Recycled ARFC overlays”. Budget = USD 50,000.

2008 - 2011: Champion and Researcher of ADOT Research Project #SPR-610 “Development of AASHTO DARWin-ME Software for the MEPDG”. Budget = USD 50,000.

2008 - 2010: Technical Advisor of ADOT Research Project #SPR-631 “Evaluation of Warm Mix Technology for Use in Asphalt Rubber Asphalt Concrete Friction Courses”. Budget = USD 150,000.

2008 - 2010: Champion and Researcher of ADOT Research Project #SPR-672 “Traffic Data Input System for ADOT”. Budget = USD 100,000.

2007 - 2010: Champion and Technical Advisor of ADOT Research Project #SPR-606 “Calibration and Validation of MEPDG for the State of Arizona”. Budget = USD 300,000.

2007 - 2010: Technical Advisor of ADOT Research Project #SPR-628 “Maintenance Strategies for the State of Arizona”. Budget = USD 100,000.

2008 - 2011: Co-Principal Investigator of the project titled “Implementation of Superpave Binder and Asphalt Mix Specifications to Improve Pavement performance in Pakistan” under the Joint Pakistan-USA Science and Technology Cooperative Program being conducted jointly by the Michigan State University, USA and the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan. Budget = USD 600,000.

2003 - 2004: Sole researcher of the ASU-NLA joint ventured research project “Development of a Master Curve (E*) Database for Lime Modified Asphaltic Mixtures”. This project was funded by National Lime Association (NLA), USA. Budget = USD 50,000.

2002 - 2006: Main researcher of the ASU-ADOT joint ventured research project “Performance Evaluation of Asphalt Rubber Mixtures in Arizona”. The project was funded by ADOT, USA. Budget = USD 50,000.

2002: Sole researcher of the research titled “Application of Performance Based System in the Pavement Contracting”. This independent study was conducted at ASU in association with its School of Construction.

2002: Sole researcher of the research titled “Developed a standard procedure for achieving target air void content of gyratory HMA specimens (provisional protocol)”. This independent study was conducted at ASU in conjunction with the NCHRP 9-19 Project.

2001 - 2005: Key researcher of Subtasks C4b, C4c, C4e and C5 included in Task C (Field Validation of the Simple Performance Test) of NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management). This multi-year U.S. National project funded by the National Cooperative Highway Research Program, USA.Budget = USD 250,000.

2001 - 2003: Key researcher of the development of the AASHTO test protocol TP 62-03, titled “Determining Dynamic Modulus of Hot-Mix Asphalt Concrete Mixtures”. The research was conducted at ASU in conjunction with the NCHRP 9-19 Project. Budget = USD 50,000.

2000 - 2006: Key researcher of projects #2, #3, #5 and #7 of ADOT’s large long-term research program #SPR-402 (Development of Performance Related Specifications for Asphalt Pavements in the State of Arizona). Budget = USD 200,000.

2000 - 2004: Sole researcher of the ASU-ADOT joint ventured research titled “ADOT Crumb Rubber Modified Asphalt Cements Characterization Project”. This multi-year research was funded by ADOT, USA. Budget = USD 50,000.













Thesis

Ph.D. Dissertation (at ASU, USA):“Development of a New Revised Version of the Witczak E* Predictive Models for Hot Mix Asphalt Mixtures”. Supervisor: Dr. Matthew W. Witczak. ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA. December 2005.

M.S. Thesis (at ASU, USA):“Investigation of the Rheological Properties of Typical Asphalt Binders Used in Arizona”. Supervisor: Dr. Matthew W. Witczak. ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA.May 2001.

M.Engg. Project (at BUET):“Willingness to Pay of the Citizens of the Dhaka Metropolitan City for the Reduction of Air Pollution from Automobiles”. Supervisor: Dr.HabiburRahman, Co-Supervisor:Dr.Jobair Bin Alam. BangladeshUniversity of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh. 1999. Field work complete; final project report pending.

B.Sc. Thesis (at BUET):“Mat Foundation: Finite Difference Approach”. Supervisor: Dr.Salek M. Seraj. BangladeshUniversity of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh. November 1993.













Papers

International Journal Papers:

1. Syed WaqarHaider, M. WaseemMirza, Ashvini K. Thottempudi, Javed Bari, and Gilbert Y. Baladi.“Characterizing Temperature Susceptibility of Asphalt Binders Using Activation Energy for Flow”.Journal of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Transportation & Development Institute (T&DI)Paper No. 10.1061/41167(398)48, ISBN 978‐0‐7844‐1167‐4, USA, March 2011.

2. Syed WaqarHaider, M. WaseemMirza, Ashvini K. Thottempudi, Javed Bari, and Gilbert Y. Baladi.“Effect of Test Methods on Viscosity Temperature Susceptibility Characterization of Asphalt Binders for the Mechanistic‐Empirical Pavement Design Guide”.Journal of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Transportation & Development Institute (T&DI)Paper No. 10.1061/41167(398)47, ISBN 978‐0‐7844‐1167‐4, USA, March 2011.

3. Javed Bari and M.W. Witczak.“New Predictive Models for the Viscosity and Complex Shear Modulus of Asphalt Binders for Use with the Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide”. Transportation Research Record No. 2001, pp. 9-19. Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, DC, USA, 2007.

4.  Javed Bari and M.W. Witczak.“Development of a New Revised Version of the Witczak E* Predictive Model for Hot Mix Asphalt Mixtures.”Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists (AAPT), Savannah, Vol. No. 75, pp. 381-423.AAPT, White Bear Lake, MN, USA, 2006.

5. Javed Bari and M.W. Witczak. “Evaluation of the Effect of Lime Modification on the Dynamic Modulus Stiffness of Hot-Mix Asphalt: Use with the New Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide.” Transportation Research Record No. 1929, pp. 10-19. Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, DC, USA, 2005.

 

International Conference Proceedings:

1.  Javed Bari.“ADOT’sMechanistic‐Empirical Pavement Design Guide Implementation”.  Proceedings of the Arizona Pavement, Materials & Transportation Conference, Tempe, Arizona, USA.February 3, 2009.

2.  Javed Bari. “Effect of Lime Modification on Dynamic Modulus Stiffness of HMA for Use with the New NCHRP 1-37A M-E Pavement Design Guide Procedures”. Proceedings of the Arizona Institute of Transportation Engineers (AZITE), March 2005. Won the Best AZITE Graduate Transportation Paper Award in 2005.

3. Dean T. Kashiwagi, Javed Bari, and Bevan Sullivan. “Application of Performance Based System in the Pavement Contracting”. Associated Schools of Construction (ASC), Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference, pp 303-314, Clemson, South Carolina, April 8-12, 2003. Nominated as ASC 2003 best paper.

 

Conference Papers:

1.  “Inputs and Models for Asphalt Rubber Mixes and Binders in MEPDG”.  Written and presented by Dr. Bari in the South-West MEPDG (Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide) User Group Conference (comprised of ten U.S. State DOTs and AASHTO), Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. March 23-24, 2009.

2.“ADOT’sMechanistic‐Empirical Pavement Design Guide Implementation”.  Written and presented by Dr. Bari in the Arizona Pavement, Materials & Transportation Conference, Tempe, Arizona, USA.  February 3, 2009.

3.  “Effect of Lime Modification on Dynamic Modulus Stiffness of HMA for Use with the New NCHRP 1-37A M-E Pavement Design Guide Procedures”. Written and presented by Dr. Bari in the Arizona Institute of Transportation Engineers Annual Conference, Tempe, Arizona, USA. April 27, 2005.

 

Research Reports:

1.  Kamil E. Kaloush, AleksanderZborowski, Javed Bari, Krishna P. Biligiri, and Maria C. Rodezno.“Performance Evaluation of Asphalt Rubber Mixtures in Arizona – Two Guns and Jackrabbit Projects”.Arizona Department of Transportation Research Report.ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, AZ, USA, March 2006.

2.  M.W. Witczak and Javed Bari. “Flow Number (Fn) and Flow Time (Ft) Test Database”. Research Report.Task C (Field Validation of the Simple Performance Test), NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management), National Cooperative Highway Research Program.ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, December 2004.

3.  M.W. Witczak and Javed Bari. “Development of a Master Curve (E*) Database for Lime Modified Asphaltic Mixtures”. National Lime Association (NLA) Research Report.ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, AZ, USA, July 2004.

4. M.W. Witczak, Javed Bari, and Andres Sotil.“Dynamic Modulus (E*) Test and Master Curve Database of HMA Mixtures”.Research Report.Task C (Field Validation of the Simple Performance Test), NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management), National Cooperative Highway Research Program.ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, June 2004.

5. M.W. Witczak, Javed Bari, and Andres Sotil.“Dynamic Modulus (E*) Test and Master Curve Database of Arizona HMA Mixtures”.Research Report.Project 3 (ADOT AC Mix Stiffness Characterization Database), Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) Project No. SPR-402 (Development of Performance Related Specifications for Asphalt Pavements in the State of Arizona). ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, June 2004.

6. M.W. Witczak and Javed Bari. “An Evaluation of the Probable Aging Effects of Plant Mixtures Used in the NCHRP 9-19 Project”. Research Report. NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management), National Cooperative Highway Research Program. ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, February 2004.

7. M.W. Witczak and Javed Bari.“Standard Procedure for Achieving Target Air Void Content of Gyratory HMA Specimens (Provisional Protocol)”.Research Report.Subtasks C4 through C6 (Field Validation of the Simple Performance Test), NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management), National Cooperative Highway Research Program.ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, September 2002.

8.  M.W. Witczak and Javed Bari.“Validation Analysis: MnRoad Plant Mixtures Dynamic Modulus (E*) Test Data”. Subtask C5 Report, NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management), National Cooperative Highway Research Program. ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, May 2002.

9.  Javed Bari. “Comparison of APADS versus MnPave Mechanistic-Empirical Design Procedures”.Independent Research Report.ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, April 2002.

10.  M.W. Witczak, Javed Bari, and M. M. Quayum.“Sensitivity of Simple Performance Test: Dynamic Modulus (E*)”. Subtask C4b Report, NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management), National Cooperative Highway Research Program. ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, December 2001.

11.  M.W. Witczak, Javed Bari, and M. M. Quayum.“Utilization of Full Gyratory Samples: Dynamic Modulus (E*)”. Subtask C4c Report, NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management), National Cooperative Highway Research Program. ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, December 2001.

12.  M.W. Witczak, Javed Bari, Felix Doucet, and M. M. Quayum.“Comparison of Dynamic Complex Modulus Tests in Repeated Load Beam Flexure and Uniaxial Compression Modes”. Subtask C4e Report, NCHRP 9-19 Project (Superpave Support and Performance Models Management), National Cooperative Highway Research Program. ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, October 2001.

13.  M. W. Witczak and Javed Bari.“ADOT Asphalt Cement Binder Characterization Database - Volume II”.Supplementary to Task 2 Report, Arizona Department of Transportation Project No. SPR-402 (Development of Performance Related Specifications for Asphalt Pavements in the State of Arizona). ArizonaStateUniversity, Tempe, Arizona, USA, March 2001.

14.  M. W. Witczak, Javed Bari, Kamil E. Kaloush, and Terhi K. Pellinen.“ADOT Asphalt Cement Binder Characterization Database”. Task 2 Report, Arizona Department of Transportation Project No. SPR-402 (Development of Performance Related Specifications for Asphalt Pavements in the State of Arizona). Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA, December 2000.


Journal

International Journal Papers:

1. Syed WaqarHaider, M. WaseemMirza, Ashvini K. Thottempudi, Javed Bari, and Gilbert Y. Baladi.“Characterizing Temperature Susceptibility of Asphalt Binders Using Activation Energy for Flow”.Journal of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Transportation & Development Institute (T&DI)Paper No. 10.1061/41167(398)48, ISBN 978‐0‐7844‐1167‐4, USA, March 2011.

2. Syed WaqarHaider, M. WaseemMirza, Ashvini K. Thottempudi, Javed Bari, and Gilbert Y. Baladi.“Effect of Test Methods on Viscosity Temperature Susceptibility Characterization of Asphalt Binders for the Mechanistic‐Empirical Pavement Design Guide”.Journal of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Transportation & Development Institute (T&DI)Paper No. 10.1061/41167(398)47, ISBN 978‐0‐7844‐1167‐4, USA, March 2011.

3. Javed Bari and M.W. Witczak.“New Predictive Models for the Viscosity and Complex Shear Modulus of Asphalt Binders for Use with the Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide”. Transportation Research Record No. 2001, pp. 9-19. Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, DC, USA, 2007.

4.  Javed Bari and M.W. Witczak.“Development of a New Revised Version of the Witczak E* Predictive Model for Hot Mix Asphalt Mixtures.”Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists (AAPT), Savannah, Vol. No. 75, pp. 381-423.AAPT, White Bear Lake, MN, USA, 2006.

5. Javed Bari and M.W. Witczak. “Evaluation of the Effect of Lime Modification on the Dynamic Modulus Stiffness of Hot-Mix Asphalt: Use with the New Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide.” Transportation Research Record No. 1929, pp. 10-19. Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, DC, USA, 2005.

 

International Conference Proceedings:

1.  Javed Bari.“ADOT’sMechanistic‐Empirical Pavement Design Guide Implementation”.  Proceedings of the Arizona Pavement, Materials & Transportation Conference, Tempe, Arizona, USA.February 3, 2009.

2.  Javed Bari. “Effect of Lime Modification on Dynamic Modulus Stiffness of HMA for Use with the New NCHRP 1-37A M-E Pavement Design Guide Procedures”. Proceedings of the Arizona Institute of Transportation Engineers (AZITE), March 2005. Won the Best AZITE Graduate Transportation Paper Award in 2005.

3. Dean T. Kashiwagi, Javed Bari, and Bevan Sullivan. “Application of Performance Based System in the Pavement Contracting”. Associated Schools of Construction (ASC), Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference, pp 303-314, Clemson, South Carolina, April 8-12, 2003. Nominated as ASC 2003 best paper. 

Conference Papers:

1.  “Inputs and Models for Asphalt Rubber Mixes and Binders in MEPDG”.  Written and presented by Dr. Bari in the South-West MEPDG (Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide) User Group Conference (comprised of ten U.S. State DOTs and AASHTO), Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. March 23-24, 2009.

2.“ADOT’sMechanistic‐Empirical Pavement Design Guide Implementation”.  Written and presented by Dr. Bari in the Arizona Pavement, Materials & Transportation Conference, Tempe, Arizona, USA.  February 3, 2009.

3.  “Effect of Lime Modification on Dynamic Modulus Stiffness of HMA for Use with the New NCHRP 1-37A M-E Pavement Design Guide Procedures”. Written and presented by Dr. Bari in the Arizona Institute of Transportation Engineers Annual Conference, Tempe, Arizona, USA. April 27, 2005.












Professional Achievements:

- Obtained Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Civil Engineering from Arizona State
   University, USA.

- Registered Professional Civil Engineer (P.E.) in USA (have an active license).

- Renowned Transportation Engineering/Materials expert of the South-West
  region of USA.

- In Bangladesh, the only first-hand expert on the new AASHTO Mechanistic-
  Empirical Pavement Design Guide (MEPDG) and its software. He was a key
  researcher in the team of researchers that developed this guide and its
  software at Arizona State University, USA.

- Have many peer-reviewed journal and conference papers including many
  publications in prestigious international on Civil Engineering journals such
  as ASCE, TRB, AAPT, ASC etc.

- Already conducted numerous advanced research and completed many
  sponsored projects worth US$ 2 million and consultancy projects worth
  US$ 417.6 million.

- As the Chairperson of the committee to evaluate research and publications
  for potential rewards, installed a highly acclaimed “Publication Reward System”
  policy at IUBAT.

- Provided flexible and rigid pavement structural and materials design services,
  and review design concept reports (DCR), geotechnical design report, cost
  stimates, plans and bid documents of federal, state, local government and
  privately funded highway projects throughout the State of Arizona, USA.

 

Award Winning Publications:

1.  Javed Bari. “Effect of Lime Modification on Dynamic Modulus Stiffness of HMA for Use with the New NCHRP 1-37A M-E Pavement Design Guide Procedures”. Won the “AZITE Graduate Transportation Paper” Award in 2005 given by the Arizona Institute of Transportation Engineers (AZITE), March 2005.

2.  Dean T. Kashiwagi, Javed Bari, and Bevan Sullivan. “Application of Performance Based System in the Pavement Contracting”. Nominated as “ASC 2003 Best Paper” by Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) in its 39th Annual Conference, Clemson, South Carolina, April 8-12, 2003.


Conference

-  Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET):
   Day-long workshop on “Structural Steel” organized by the Department of
   Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, BUET. June 21, 2013.

-  IUBAT-International University of Business Agriculture and Technology, Dhaka,
   Bangladesh: 3-day Workshop on “Faculty Development” organized by IUBAT.
   April 16-18, 2013.

 -  Board of Accreditation for Engineering & Technical Education (BAETE): 3-Day
    workshop on Outcome-Based Education and Engineering Accreditation Issues,
    Institute of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), Dhaka, Bangladesh. June 9-10, 2012.

-  ISAT2010: First International Symposium on Advances in Transport
   Sustainability, Tempe, Arizona, USA. November 17-19, 2010.

-  Arizona Pavement/Materials/Transportation Conference, Tempe,
   Arizona, USA.November 16-17, 2010.

-  American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO)
   Open House on “Two-Lift Concrete Paving”, St. Louis, Missouri, USA,
   September 27-28, 2010.

-  South-West MEPDG User Group Meeting at Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
   March 2009.

-  Arizona Pavement/ Transportation Conference at Tempe, Arizona, USA.
   February 2009.

-  Rocky Mountain Asphalt User Group Annual Conference at Chandler, Arizona.
   March 2008.

-  Arizona Roads and Streets Conference at Tucson, Arizona, USA.
   February 2008.

-  AASHTO Joint Technical Committee Meeting on MEPDG at Irvine, California,
   USA. April 2007. Represented ADOT.

-  Arizona Pavement/Materials Conference at Tempe, Arizona, USA.
   September 2007.

-  TRB (Transportation Research Board) Annual Conference at Washington,
   DC, USA. January 2007.

-  AAPT (Association of Asphalt Paving Technologies) Annual Conference at
   Savannah, Georgia, USA. May 2006.

-  ITE (Institution of Transportation Engineers) Arizona Chapter’s annual meeting,
   April 2005.

-  TRB Annual Conference at Washington, DC, USA. January 2005.














Invited Speaker:

-  Arizona Pavement/Materials/Transportation Conference, Tempe, Arizona, USA.
   November 16-17, 2010.

-  South-West MEPDG User Group Meeting at Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. March
   2009.

-  Arizona Pavement/ Transportation Conference at Tempe, Arizona, USA.
   February 2009.

-  AASHTO Joint Technical Committee Meeting on MEPDG at Irvine, California,
   USA. April 2007. Represented ADOT.

-  Arizona Pavement/Materials Conference at Tempe, Arizona, USA.
   September 2007.

-  TRB (Transportation Research Board) Annual Conference at Washington,
   DC, USA. January 2007.

-  AAPT (Association of Asphalt Paving Technologies) Annual Conference at
   Savannah, Georgia, USA. May 2006.

-  ITE (Institution of Transportation Engineers) Arizona Chapter’s annual
   meeting, April 2005.

-  TRB Annual Conference at Washington, DC, USA. January 2005.













Degrees:

Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (Specialization in Transportation Engg.), 2005. Arizona State University (ASU), Tempe, Arizona, USA.

M.S. in Civil Engineering (Specialization in Transportation Engg.), 2001. Arizona State University (ASU), Tempe, Arizona, USA.

M.Engg. (Environmental Engg.), Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1999. All course works and fieldwork of project complete. Final project incomlete due to immigration to USA.

B.S. in Civil Engineering (Major in Structural Engg.), 1993.Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Professional Registration:

Professional Civil Engineer (P.E.) registered in USA with an active license.

Life Fellow of Institute of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB).Registered Professional Engineer (PE) in USA with an active license.






Professional Positions in Chronological Order:

March 2015 to Present            : Professor and Chair, Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engg., North South University

March 2015 to Present            : Member of the Syndicate, North South University

September 2013 to Feb 2015  : Associate Professor, Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engg., North South University

January 2011 to August 2013 : Professor, Dept. of Civil Engg., IUBAT-International University of Business Agriculture and Technology

January 2012 to August 2013 : Director, South Asian Disaster Management Center (SADMC), IUBAT

January 2006 to Dec 2010      : Faculty (Adjunct Professor),Arizona State University, USA

May2005 to December 2010  : Sr. Pavement Design and Development Engineer  (Team Leader), Arizona Dept. of Transportation (ADOT), USA

January 2000 to May 2005     : Sr. Teaching Associate, Arizona State University, USA

January 1999 to Dec 1999      : Assistant Engineer (BCS Cadre),Roads & Highways Department (RHD)

February 1998 to Jan 1999     : Assistant Engineer (BCS Cadre),Public Works Department (PWD)

January 1994 to Feb 1998       : Upazila Engineer,Local Govt. Engg. Department (LGED)

 

Advanced Lab Testing Experiences

August 2003 - April 2005:  Personally conducted and directed all lab testings included in the “Civil Engineering Materials”, “Bituminous Materials” and “Pavement Design and Analysis” courses of Arizona State University. Tests include compressive, tensile and flexural strength of concrete, steel, aluminium and wood, mix design of PCC and AC, aggregate gradation, Marshall and SuperPave test, conventional and Superpave asphalt binder testing etc.

January 2001 - April 2005:  Personally conducted all asphalt concrete Dynamic Modulus (E*) testing and many Repeated Load Permanent Deformation (Flow Number and Flow Time) testing, analyzed the test data and wrote technical papers for the following research projects: (i) Projects C4b, C4c, C4e and C5 of NCHRP 9-19 Research Program, (ii) ADOT-ASU Research Program, (iii) NLA-ASU Research Program, etc.

January 2000 - December 2004:  Personally conducted all asphalt cement binder testing, analyzed data and wrote technical paper for “ADOT AC Binder Characterization Project” and “ADOT Crumb Rubber Modified Asphalt Cements Characterization Project”.

January 2000 - December 2004: Calibrated and maintained numerous advanced testing machines including various universal testing machines (UTM) used for E*, IDT, Fn and Ft testing, Bending Beam Rheometer, Rotational Viscometer, etc.














Additional Responsibility

University Responsibilities:

  • March 2014 - Present: Chair of the Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • March 2014 - Present: Member of the NSU Syndicate
  • January 2014 - Present: SEPS Strategic Planning Committee - Member Secretary
  • January 2014 - Present: SEPS Curriculum Committee - Member Secretary
  • January 2014 - Present: CEED Strategic Planning Committee - Member
  • January 2014 - Present: CEED Curriculum Committee - Member
  • January 2014 - Present: CEED Lab Development Committee - Member
  • December 2014 - Present: CEED Departmental Promotion Committees - Member
  • October 2013 - Present: NSU ABET Accreditation Committee - Member (resource person for Task 2)
  • October 2013 - Present: NSU Strategic Planning Committee - Member
  • June 2012 - August 31, 2013: Director, South Asian Disaster Management Center (SADMC), IUBAT-International University of Business Agriculture and Technology, Dhaka
  • June 2012 - August 31, 2013: Convenor, Committee to Improve the English Language Competency of Civil Engineering Students, IUBAT, Dhaka
  • January 2012 - August 31, 2013: Convenor, Task Force on Establishing a Graduate Program (MS and PhD) in Engineering (Civil, Mechanical, CSE and EEE), IUBAT, Dhaka
  • January 2012 - August 31, 2013: Convenor, Annual Faculty Activity Report (AFAR) Committee, IUBAT, Dhaka
  • December 2011 - August 31, 2013: Chair, Publication Reward System Committee (PRSC), IUBAT, Dhaka
  • August 2011 - December 2011: Chair, Convocation Publication Committee, IUBAT, Dhaka
  • January 2011 - August 31, 2013:  Member (IUBAT representative) of Bangladesh Government’s Disaster Management Training and Awareness Task Force (DMTATF) formed by the Department of Disaster Management.

 

Community Responsibilities:

  • 2005-2010: Co-Founder, Director and Teacher of “Shikor Bangla Language and Culture School”, Arizona State University, Arizona, USA
  • 2000-2010:  Co-Founder, two-term President and Executive Member of “Bangladesh Theatre of Arizona” (BTA), Arizona, USA
  • 1987-Present: Co-Founder and Member of “Forum-86” of BUET’s H.S.C. Batch of 1986.
  • 1988-1990: Member of “Young Writers’ Forum”, Dhaka
  • 1985-1990: Vice-President and Executive Member of Onirban Youth Forum, Dhaka
1985-1987: President of “Dhaka Science Club”, Dhaka







Consultancy Selected Experiences as Enlisted Consultant:

July 2013 to Present                : Project Implementation Review Consultant, TheWorld Bank, Bangladesh Resident Mission. For RTIP-II (Second Rural Transport Improvement Project), Project Budget: US$417 Million, Duration: 2013 to 2016.

April 2014 to Present              : Lead Structural Assessor, Bureau Veritas (Bangladesh) Private Limited, 89/2, West Panthopath, Dhaka-1205.

June 2008 to June 2011          : Co-Principal Investigator (Consultant), “Implementation of Superpave Binder and Asphalt Mix Specifications to Improve Pavement performance in Pakistan Project” under the Joint Pakistan-USA Science and Technology Cooperative Program being conducted jointly by the Michigan State University, USA and the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan. Budget = USD 600,000.






1. CEE 214: Engineering Materials
2. CEE 250: Introduction to Transportation Engineering
3. CEE 350: Traffic Analysis and Design
4. CEE 310: Quantity Survey and Cost Estimates
5. CEE 410: Construction Engineering
6. CEE 415: Socio-economic Aspects of Development Projects

Professional Registration 

-  Licensed Professional Civil Engineer (P.E.) registered in USA with active license.

-  Life Fellow of Institute of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB).

 

Professional Affiliations

-  Member of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

-  Member of Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), USA.

-  Reviewer of technical papers of ASCE publications.

-  Member of and contributor to several U.S. National and Arizona State
   committees on Transportation Engineering.







Field of Interest

-  Highway materials characterization

-  Traffic and crash data analysis

-  Pavement and geotechnical design and analysis

-  Civil and construction engineering materials

-  Transportation economics

-  Recycling of highway materials.






Full Time Faculty
Professor
 

Ph.D. (Civil Engg.), Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA
M.S. (Civil Engg.), Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA
B.Sc. (Civil Engg.), Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET)
P.E. (Professional Engineer-Civil), USA and Fellow IEB
 

Phone:
+880-2-55668200, Ext. 1981 (W)
+88-01787663881 (M), +88-01743630729 (M)
URL:    www.northsouth.edu
Email: javed.bari@northsouth.edu
Office: SAC 746

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