Department of Real Estate
Professor Dr. Md. Shahedur Rashid  Adjunct Professor
Name :
Professor Dr. Md. Shahedur Rashid
Employee ID
722700005
Designation
Adjunct Professor  
Department
Department of Real Estate
Faculty
Faculty of Business & Economics
Personal Webpage
http://faculty.daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/profile/bre/shahedur.html
E-mail
m.s.rashid@gmail.com
Phone
02-7708788
Cell-Phone
01711365233

Ph.D. Degree (1999-2003): Dept of Geography, Durham University, Durham, England, UK, M.A. in Geographic Information (GIS) for Development, University of Durham, England, M.Sc. in Geography, Jahangirnagar University, B.Sc. (Hons) in Geography, Jahangirnagar University.

  1.  GIS (Geographical Information Systems/Science): ArcGIS, Arc/Info, Arcview Spatial-& Network-Analysts.
  2. IAS (Image Analysis Systems) Software: Erdas Imagine, PCI RS Software, T-Spectra, IdrisiW, PC GRID, PC TIN, ArcView GRID, Model Builder, Spatial, Network and Image Analysts, Atlas, Micro-Image in the Terra-Mar Environment.
  3. Word Processing: All Commonly available DOS and Windows Software
  4. Spread Sheet and Data Processing: All major DOS and Windows Software
  5. Graphic/Chart Software: Major Graphical, Statistical and Chart Software.
  6. GPS (Global Positing System): DNR Garmin, Field surveys using Germin, Magellan and Geo-Explorer Receiving Set and Data down Loading and Converting to mapable formats. 
  7. Google Earth Professional: A popular and widely used GIS and Remote Sensing Software from Global to Local scales mapping.
  1.  GIS and Remote Sensing Courses at Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels in the ‘Geography and Environment’ and ‘Urban and Regional Planning’ Departments;
  2. GIS based Research work and Trainings Programmes;
  3. Geography of Bangladesh (Physical, Human, Planning and Development Aspects);
  4. Research Methodology, Cartographic Approaches and Field Survey;
  5. Quantitative and Statistical Techniques in Geography;
  6. Development, Environment and Socio-economic Studies; and
  7. Supervisions of M.Sc., MPhil Dissertations/Theses and Undergraduate Field Reports.

Journals:

 

 

Title

Details

1

Detection of Land Cover Change using decennial Remote Sensing Imagery: An Example from Bangladesh

IGU-LUCC Journal, Research ReportVolume IV,January 2005, Land Use / Cover Changes in Selected Regions in the World (Ed. Yukio Himiyama), Hokkaido University of Education, Asahikawa 070-8621, Japan.

2

Picturing Bangladesh: Focus on Geography in Practice

Journal of ‘Primary Geographers’,Vol. 55 October 2003, Geographical Association. United Kingdom.  Pp 14-18.

3

Remote Sensing and GIS Application for Assessing Coastal Geomorphological Changes: A River Basin Approach

International Conference on “GeoImagery: Bridging Continents”.12-13 July 2004, Istanbul, Turkey. Organised By ISPRS (Commission 3). Proceedings published by IAPRS. Vol XXXV, ISSN 1682-1750.

4

GIS for environmental monitoring and mapping: the example of floods in Bangladesh

Information Technology, Environment and Development in Bangladesh. P.J. Atkins and M.S. Alam (editors), UK: DurhamUniversity. Published in 1996. Pp 51-58.

5

FCDI projects in Bangladesh and their impacts on soils: an empirical study

Land Degradation and Rehabilitation,Vol 9(3), Pp. 233-246/1998. UK: Wiley and Sons (Co-authors: M. Alexander,  S.D. Shamsuddin, M.S.Alam)

6

Remote sensing for coastal landform and land cover mapping in Bangladesh

Information Technology, Environment and Development in Bangladesh, P.J. Atkins and M.S. Alam (editors), DurhamUniversity: UK, Published in 1996. Pp. 16-33. (Co-author M.S. Alam)

7

Morphology and sediment of the Cox’s Bazar coastal plain, south-east Bangladesh

Journal of Coastal Research: An International Forum for the Littoral Sciences, USA: Coastal Education and Research Foundation, Inc.,  Vol 15 (Fall), No. 4 (pages 902-908). (Co-authors: M.S. Alam, Nasser E. Huq)

8

Distribution of primary schools in PabnaSadarthana and potential for future expansion: a GIS approach

Information Technology, Environment and Development in Bangladesh, P.J. Atkins and M.S. Alam (Editors), Durham University, UK, Published in 1996, Pp 67-83.

9

 

Mapping shoreline changes in Cox’s Bazar (Bangladesh) using GIS and aerial photographs

Annual Conference of the British Remote Sensing Society, Proceeding, Sept 11-14, 1996, Durham, UK. (Co-authors M.S. Alam, N.M. Donoghue)

 

Major National Publications

 

Title

Details

10

Synergistic Use of Passive and Active Remotely Sensed Imagery: Selected examples from Bangladesh

JahangirnagarUniversity Journal of Science, Faculty of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Vol. 26, pp, 171-196, Dec. 2003.

11

RS and GIS integration: A new approach for analysing spatial data

The Jahangirnagar Review, Part II Social Sciences,A Journal of Jahangirnagar University, Vol. XXVIII, 2004 Issue. Dhaka. Pp. 139-150.

12

Peri-urban expansion in Bangladesh: a case of Savar Thana: A GIS Approach

The Jahangirnagar Review, Part II Social Sciences,A Journal of Jahangirnagar University, Vols. XXIII-XXIV, 1999-2000 Issue. Dhaka. Pp. 97-110.

13

Environmental Changes at Plot Scale Of Savar Upazila: 1951-2001

The Journal of Geo-Environment,Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, RajshahiUniversity, Rajshahi, Vol3, 2003.

14

Landscape Planning: The Perception of JahangirnagarUniversity

University Day 2005, A research paperPublished by the Registrar, JahangirnagarUniversity: Momin Offset Press. Dhaka. Pp. 43-47. 

15

Exploring the Ancient and Medieval Land Measurement units in Bangladesh and their contemporary corresponding units: A GIS based Study

Archaeology Journal, Vol 11,2005. Department of Archaeology, JahangirnagarUniversity, Savar, Dhaka.

16

Effectiveness of Functionality of the Union Disaster Management Committees

BhugolPatrika, Volume 22/2003, JahangirnagarUniversity (JU): Dhaka. Pp. 53-65.

17

The Application of GIS in Gas Pipeline Planning: An Overview

BhugolPatrika, Volume 22/2003, JahangirnagarUniversity (JU): Dhaka. Pp. 106-117.

18

Application and Relevance of Corona Spy Satellites: A Bangladesh Perspective

BhugolPatrika, Volume 23/2004, JahangirnagarUniversity (JU): Dhaka. (Paper in Press).

19

Social Sciences: Geography Part: Class Six

The relevant chapters submitted for the approval of the  NCTP, by thePunjereePlublications Ltd(National Scout Bhoban) in June 2005.

20

Social Sciences: Geography Part: Class Seven

The relevant chapters submitted for the approval of the  NCTP, by thePunjereePlublications Ltd(National Scout Bhoban) in June 2005.

21

Social Sciences: Geography Part: Class Eight

The relevant chapters submitted for the approval of the  NCTP, by thePunjereePlublications Ltd(National Scout Bhoban) in June 2005.

22

Comparative study of soil characteristics inside-outside of the Flood Control Drainage and Irrigation (FCDI) project

BhugolPatrika, Volume 11/1992, JahangirnagarUniversity: Dhaka. Pp. 53-59 (Co-author S.D. Shamsuddin)

23

Geographic Information Systems (GIS): an evaluation

BhugolPatrika, Volume 13/1992, JahangirnagarUniversity: Dhaka. Pp. 35-44 (Co-author K.M.S. Huda)

24

Study report writing: some relevant thoughts

Palolik,Vols 7 & 8/ 1988-89, Department of Geography, JahangirnagarUniversity. Pp 38-40.

25

Analysis of research trends and nature of Geographers: a case study of the Geography Department at JU

BhugolPatrika, Volume 13/1994, JahangirnagarUniversity (JU): Dhaka. Pp 78-84.

26

Impact of Dhaka-Aricha highway on population growth of Savar: a GIS and GPS based study

BhugolPatrika, Volume 16/1997, JahangirnagarUniversity (JU): Dhaka. Pp. 102-117.

27

Mapping Agricultural resources: A GIS Approach

BhugolPatrika, Volume 17/1998, JahangirnagarUniversity (JU): Dhaka. Pp. 68-77.

28

Status of GIS activities in Bangladesh: a review

Oriental Geographers, Vol. 41 (1), Special GIS Volume, Jan 1997, Dhaka: Bangladesh Geographical Society. (Co-author M.M. Ali)

29

Locational Analysis of Primary Schools

BhugolPatrika, Volume 17/1998, JahangirnagarUniversity (JU): Dhaka. Pp. 124-133.

30

Sylhet and Its Evolving Geographic Environment

Sylhet: History and Heritage(The book edited by Sharif Uddin Ahmed), Published by Bangladesh History Association, Pp. 73-82. July 1999.

31

Spatial Analysis and mapping of Population

BhugolPatrika, Volume 17/1998, JahangirnagarUniversity (JU): Dhaka. Pp. 113-123.

32

Training Manual for Mapping and Its Applications

The book published as a draft final. January 1998, Dhaka: OXFAM Bangladesh (Co-authors: M.S. Alam, M.A. Samad).

33

Geographical Analysis of Selected Place Names of Bangladesh

The Jahangirnagar Review,Part II Social Sciences,A Journal of Jahangirnagar University, Vol. XXIX, 2005 Issue. Dhaka. Pp. 1-18.

34

Facet of Hunger: Examining Monga in Northern Bangladesh

The Jahangirnagar Review,Part II Social Sciences,A Journal of JahangirnagarUniversity, Vol. XXX, 2006 Issue. Dhaka. Pp. 1-16.

35

Methodological Approaches to the Study of Mouza Names in Bangladesh

The Jahangirnagar Review,Part II Social Sciences,A Journal of JahangirnagarUniversity, Vol. XXX, 2006 Issue. Dhaka. Pp. 173-188.

 

 A

PhD Thesis Supervisions

A couple of Research Fellows are currently enrolled under my supervisions.

B

MPhil Thesis Supervisions

A couple of Research Fellows are currently enrolled under my supervisions.

C

MSc and BSc Dissertations Supervising

Since 1993, at least 50 research students are supervised both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. 

# Junior School (Govt.) Scholarship                    
# SenaKalyan Higher Secondary Scholarship                  
# SenaKalyan Under-graduate Scholarship                     
# Sohel Memorial Award (as the best student)              
# University Grants Commission
# Social Sciences Faculty Research Grants                    
# Technical Co-operation Training Award            
# Science and Technology Award                       
# Social Sciences Faculty Research Grants                    
# Commonwealth Academic Staff Award            
# Various England (UK) based short term grants for the field based research work related to the field # of GIS and Remote Sensing.                    
# Best Researcher award amongst the former Jahangirnagar University Students between 1970-2004 

# Life Member: Bangladesh Geographical Society (BGS)
# Life Member: Bangladesh Association for the Advancement of Science (BAAS)
# Life Member: BAPA, Dhaka, Bangladesh
# Life Member: Bangladesh National Geographical Association
# Member: Bangladesh GIS Forum;
# Member:  Photogrammetric and Remote Sensing Society, U.K; and
# Founder Member: GREEN Foundation, Bangladesh (GREEN stands for GIS andRemote Sensing for Earth Environment and Nature).
# Founder Member:Dhan Bank Initiative, Monga-prone NW Region of Bangladesh, June 2006.