Employee Details

Md. Al-Mamun

Associate Professor
Faculty of Science & Engineering

Educational Qualification:

  • PhD (Material Sciences and Metallurgy), University of Cambridge, UK
  • MS (Applied Chemistry and Chemical Technology), University of Dhaka
  • BSc (Applied Chemistry and Chemical Technology), University of Dhaka
  • HSC (Science), Cantonment College, Jessore
  • SSC (Science), Zilla School, Jessore

Professional Experience:

  • Senior Scientific Officer, from 19th November, 2009 to October, 2012
    Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission.
    Description of Duties:
    i) Production & quality control of radioisotopes and radiopharmaceuticals.
    ii) Research & development in the field of new radioisotopes and radiopharmaceuticals.

Training Experience:

  • Basic Nuclear Orientation Course, Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission, 1st June to 31st August, 2010.
  • Safe Use of Artificial Sources of Ultraviolet Radiation, University of Cambridge, UK, 21st November, 2012.
  • Radioactive Substances: An Introduction to Suitable and Safe Use, University of Cambridge, UK, 23 January, 2013.
  • Radiation Monitors and Monitoring, University of Cambridge, UK 26th February, 2013
  • Handling of Radioactive Materials, University of Cambridge, UK(ECNM Group), 13th December, 2014.


PhD Thesis:
PhD research was based on

  1. Nuclear shielding materials
  2. Nuclear battery

International Peer-Reviewed Journals: 

  1. Hydar U Zaman, Md. Al-Mamun, Mubarak A. Khan and Ruhul A. Khan, (2012) “Prepaation of adsorbent for extracting heavy metal ions by coir yarn” Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Metarials, DOI: 10.1177/0892705711430427
  2. Md. Al-Mamun, Mubarak A. Khan, Ruhul A. Khan, Haydar U Zaman, M. Saha and S.M.F. Huque, (2010), “Preparation of Selective Ion Adsorbent by Photo-Curing of HEMA and Phosphoric Acid on PET Yarn”, Journal of Polymer-Plastic Technology and Engineering, 49.567-57.
  3. Md. Al-Mamun, Mubarak A. Khan, Ruhul A. Khan, Haydar U Zaman, M. Saha and S.M.F. Huque, (2010), “Preparation of Selective Ion Adsorbent by Photo curing with Acrylic and Phosphoric Acid on Jute Yarn.” Journal of Fibers and Polymers, 11(6), 832-837. 
  4. Haydar U Zaman, Avik Khan, Ruhul A. Khan, Tanzina Huq, Mubarak A. Khan, Md. Shahruzzaman, Md. Mushfequr Rahman, Md. Al-Mamun and Pinku Poddar, (2010), “Preparation and Characterization of Jute Fabrics Reinforced Urethane Based Thermoset Composites: Effect of UV Radiaton”, Journal of Fibers and Polymers, 11(2), 258-265.
  5. Haydar U Zaman, Mubarak A. Khan, Ruhul A. Khan, M. Arifur Rahman, Lily R. Das, and Md. Al-Mamun (2010), “Role of Potassium Permanganate and Urea on the improvement of the Mechanical Properties of Jute Polypropylene Composites.” Journal of Fibers and Polymers, 11(3), 455-463.
  6. Ruhul A. Khan, M.E. Haque, Tanzina Huq, Mubarak A. Khan, Haydar U Zaman, Konica J. Fatema, Md. Al-Mamun, and Avik Khan, (2009), “Studies on the Relative Degradation and Interfacial Properties between Jute/Polypropylene and Jute/Natural Rubber Composites”, Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Metarials, 25(5), 665-681.
  7. Haydar U Zaman, Mubarak A. Khan, Ruhul A. Khan, MZI Mollah, Shamim Pervin and Md. Al-Mamun, (2009), “A Comparative Study between Gamma and UV Radiation of Jute Fabrics/Polypropylene Composites Effect of Starch”, Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, 29(13), 1930-1939.

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