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Employment Experience:

2017 - 2019: Lecturer (Daffodil International University, Bangladesh)

2016 - 2016: Research Fellow (Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh)

2016 - 2016: Manager, Hardware Division (Spark IT & Hardware Solution Ltd, Bangladesh)

2015 - 2016: Research Assistance (BCSIR, Bangladesh)



2019 - 2020: Master of Electronics Engineering (Macquarie University, Australia)

2016 - 2018: Master of Science in Renewable Energy Technology (University of Dhaka, Bangladesh)

2012 - 2016: B.Sc. in Electrical, Electronics and Communication Engineering (Bangladesh University of Professionals, Bangladesh)


Research Interests:

  • Next generation solar cell technology

  • Improvement of solar cell efficiency

  • Characterization techniques of various solar cells

  • Photovoltaic applications

  • Solar powered vehicles


Why is your research important?

The main goal of my research is to make a better planet for the future generation by making clean energy cheaper and more affordable to the people of the world. By introducing novel methods and innovative techniques, solar photovoltaics will lead the energy sector towards a sustainable infrastructure. Through extensive research, my target is to obtain the best possible methods for characterization and unleashing new techniques for understanding the defects. This will be very significant for future and it can certainly pave the way for more efficient and inexpensive solar cells. I firmly believe that solar energy is the future.

What do you like about research?

The challenge of being failed as well as the joy of inventing something new. Also, it brings a lot of knowledge and provides an excellent opportunity to create a healthy relationship with other experts. Research is my passion which has kept me in contention to achieve more for myself along with working for the human. I could not be a doctor to save someone’s life, but I can certainly serve the mankind with my research outcomes.

What do you like to do when you are not saving the world?

Outdoor games, especially cricket, football and travelling.