Souvik Barat

Principle Scientist, Tata Consultancy Services Research - India

Souvik Barat is a principal scientist at Tata Consultancy Services Research, Pune, India. His has 20+ years of experience in applied/industrial research and his research interests include Digital Twin technology, Modelling and simulation of complex systems, Reinforcement Learning, Model Driven Engineering, Software Product Lines, Business Process Management and Domain Specific Language. 

At present, he is heading Enterprise Digital Twins (EDT) research initiative and actively involved in developing digital twins for large complex enterprises from different domains that include telecom, supply-chain, logistics, and airlines. One of his work for Telecom business has won the best Innovation award 2019 in TCS and his effort in modelling a city to evaluate the efficacy of non-pharmaceutical interventions during Covid19 has gained considerable attention to the city-based health care organizations and municipality corporation. 

Earlier, he was a lead architect of a model driven toolset that has been used for delivering large IT systems over a decade and led a research initiative to develop a platform for product line architecture. 

Souvik has several patents to his credit and has authored several book chapters, journal and conference papers. He holds PhD from Middlesex University London and Master degree from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras, Pune, India. His has 20+ years of experience in applied/industrial research and his research interests include Digital Twin technology, Modelling and simulation of complex systems, Reinforcement Learning, Model Driven Engineering, Software Product Lines, Business Process Management and Domain Specific Language. 

At present, he is heading Enterprise Digital Twins (EDT) research initiative and actively involved in developing digital twins for large complex enterprises from different domains that include telecom, supply-chain, logistics, and airlines. One of his work for Telecom business has won the best Innovation award 2019 in TCS and his effort in modelling a city to evaluate the efficacy of non-pharmaceutical interventions during Covid19 has gained considerable attention to the city-based health care organizations and municipality corporation. 

Earlier, he was a lead architect of a model driven toolset that has been used for delivering large IT systems over a decade and led a research initiative to develop a platform for product line architecture. 

Souvik has several patents to his credit and has authored several book chapters, journal and conference papers. He holds PhD from Middlesex University London and Master degree from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras 

Takes part in

  • Digital Built World SummitView Full Event
  • 16:50 - 17:30

    Panel discussion – Industry 4.0 sandboxes and the future of digital twins

    For our last panel we reflect upon where the digital twin strategy will take us based upon promising R&D and stronger ESG regulations. We also consider the evolving needs of asset managers in twinning and automating complex business and social systems within buildings, cities and civil infrastructure.  

    Panellists include:
    Anders Logg Professor of Computational Mathematics, Chalmers University of Technology and Director, Digital Twin Cities Centre - Sweden
    Bart Brink Global Director Digital Twins, Royal HaskoningDHV, & Chair, Digital Twin Work Group, Building Smart International - Netherlands
    Souvik Barat Principle Scientist, Tata Consultancy Services Research - India
    Adam Davis Partner Design Systems Analyst, Foster and Partners - United Kingdom
    Ibrahim Atta-Apau Director, Digital Twin Lead, Atkins Acuity - UAE
    Moderated by:
    Andrew Harris Director Technical Futures & Engineering Excellence, Laing O'Rourke

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