I received my BSc (Hons) & MSc degree (in Applied Mathematics) from the University of Dhaka of Bangladesh and completed a PhD degree (in Computational Fluid Dynamics) from Keio University, Japan. I have couple of postdoctoral research experience in Scientific Computing from the University Catholique de Louvain, Belgium and University of Rostock, Germany. I moved to University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada as a Research Associate and Sessional Instructor in Mathematics and Applied Sciences in 2012. Before moving at MUN he also worked as an Assistant Professor in Mathematics at Trent University, Canada. In the past, I also served as a full time Professor in Shah Jalal University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh.
Last three years at MUN I am teaching Calculus I, II, Algebra &Trigonometry, Finite Mathematics. I also taught Vector Calculus, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra and Complex Analysis before moving at MUN.
My area of research on Scientific Computing, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Particle Methods (e.g. Vortex Method), Grid Method (e.g. FEM), Parallel Mesh Generation and Adaptation, Local Scour Reduction (e.g. scour at the bed of the bridge pier), Heat Transfer (e.g. Geothermal Energy), Numerical Modeling on Submarine Landslides.