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Krantiraditya Dhalmahapatra

Assistant Professor, Ph.D, IIT Kharagpur

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Email : krantiraditya@iimshillong.ac.in

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Biography

Dr Krantiraditya Dhalmahapatra is working at Indian Institute of Management Shillong as full-time faculty in Operations & Quantitative Techniques. Priorly, he was working in Thiagarajar School of Management, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. He obtained his PhD from the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, with 6 years of experience focused on bridging the gap between the rapidly advancing technological developments and the safety management systems of organizations through integration of data analytics (DA) and virtual reality (VR). He obtained his B. Tech and M. Tech in Mechanical Engineering and Production Engineering from Institute of Technical Education and Research, Bhubaneswar, Odisha and Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology, Burla, Odisha respectively. He is Graduate Aptitude Test (GATE 2014) qualified in Mechanical Engineering. His research areas are Industrial Safety Management, Data Analytics, Machine Learning, Virtual Reality, Operations Management and Multi Criteria Decision Making. He has publications in some reputed journals; Safety Science (Elsevier), Computers & Industrial Engineering (Elsevier), Reliability Engineering & System Safety (Elsevier), Annals of Operations Research (Springer) and Applied Soft Computing (Elsevier).He has served as reviewers in journals; Interactive Learning Environments (Taylor & Francis), Safety Science (Elsevier), Virtual reality and Intelligent hardware (Elsevier) etc.

Journal papers

  • Dhalmahapatra, K., Verma, A., & Maiti, J. (2022). An integrated TRIZ coupled safety function deployment and capital budgeting methodology for occupational safety improvement: A case of manufacturing industry. Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 165, 31-45, (SCIE)
  • Dhalmahapatra, K., Garg, A., Singh, K., Xavier, N. F., & Maiti, J. (2022). An integrated RFUCOM–RTOPSIS approach for failure modes and effects analysis: A case of manufacturing industry. Reliability Engineering & System Safety, 221, 108333, (ABDC – A)
  • Dhalmahapatra, K., Das, S., & Maiti, J. (2022). On accident causation models, safety training and virtual reality. International journal of occupational safety and ergonomics, 28:1, 28-44, Taylor & Francis. (SSCI)
  • Dhalmahapatra, K., Maiti, J., & Krishna, O. B. (2021). Assessment of virtual reality-based safety training simulator for electric overhead crane operations. Safety Science, 139, 105241, Elsevier. (ABDC – A)
  • Dhalmahapatra, K., Shingade, R., & Maiti, J. (2020). An innovative integrated modelling of safety data using multiple correspondence analysis and fuzzy discretization techniques. Safety Science, 130, 104828, (ABDC – A)
  • Das, S., Dhalmahapatra, K., & Maiti, J. (2020). Z-number integrated weighted VIKOR technique for hazard prioritization and its application in virtual prototype based EOT crane operations. Applied Soft Computing, 94, 106419, (ABDC – C)
  • Singh, K., Maiti, J., & Dhalmahapatra, K. (2019). Chain of events model for safety management: Data analytics approach. Safety Science, 118, 568-582, (ABDC – A)
  • Dhalmahapatra, K., Shingade, R., Mahajan, H., Verma, A., & Maiti, J. (2019). Decision support system for safety improvement: An approach using multiple correspondence analysis, t-SNE algorithm, and K-means clustering. Computers & Industrial Engineering, 128, 277-289, Elsevier. (ABDC – A)

Book Chapters

  • Dhalmahapatra, K., Das, S., Kalbande, S., & Maiti, J. (2018). Virtual Prototype based Simulator for EOT Crane. In Industrial Safety Management (pp. 11-26). Springer, Singapore.
  • Dhalmahapatra, K., Singh, K., Jain, Y., & Maiti, J. (2019). Exploring Causes of Crane Accidents from Incident Reports Using Decision Tree. In Information and Communication Technology for Intelligent Systems (pp. 175-183). Springer, Singapore.

International conference papers

  • Dhalmahapatra, K., Pradhan, O., Das, S., Singh, K., & Maiti, J. (2018, March). Prioritization of human errors in EOT crane operations and its visualisation using virtual simulation. In 4th International Conference on Recent Advances in Information Technology (RAIT) (pp. 1-6). IEEE.
  • Das, S., Dhalmahapatra, K., Maroo, P., & Maiti, J. (2018, March). A self-tuning neuromorphic controller to minimize swing angle for overhead cranes. In 4th International Conference on Recent Advances in Information Technology (RAIT) (pp. 1-6). IEEE.
  • Priyadarshini, M., Pattnaik, S. K., Mishra, D., Panda, S., & Dhalmahapatra, K. (2015). Multi characteristics optimization of laser drilling process parameter using grey fuzzy reasoning method. Materials Today: Proceedings, 2(4-5), 1518-1532.
  • Pattnaik, S. K., Priyadarshini, M., Dhalmahapatra, K., Mishra, D., & Panda, S. (2015). Multi objective optimization of EDM process parameters using fuzzy TOPSIS method. In International Conference on Innovations in Information, Embedded and Communication Systems (ICIIECS) (pp. 1-5). IEEE.

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