Department of Civil Engineering
Dr. Md. Sultanul Islam  Assistant Professor
Name :
Dr. Md. Sultanul Islam
Employee ID
724700017
Designation
Assistant Professor  
Department
Department of Civil Engineering
Faculty
Faculty of Engineering
Personal Webpage
http://faculty.daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/profile/ce/sultanul.html
E-mail
drsultanul.ce@diu.edu.bd
Phone
Cell-Phone
01964298920

Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (2012)
Cardiff University, Wales, UK
M.Sc. in Geoenvironmental Engineering (2007)
Cardiff University, Wales, UK
B.Sc. in Civil Engineering (2004)
Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology, Rajshahi, Bangladesh

• Innovation in Learning and Teaching
08-10 March 2015; 3-day long pedagogic workshop organized by Continuing Education Program, James P. Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University and supported by USAID’s Next Generation of Public Health Expert Project in Dhaka
• ‘Environment Policies and Acts’ Implementation Problems
10 January 2015; Special Conference organized by Bangladesh Poribesh Andolon (BAPA) and Bangladesh Environment Network (BEN) in Dhaka
• Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Adaptation
11-14 February 2013; 4-day long training and exposure visit organized by Regional Integrated Multi-Hazard Early Warning System (RIMES) in Bangkok, Thailand
• SPHERE Standards
10-12 October 2012; 3-day long training on humanitarian charter & minimum standard in humanitarian response organized by Sphere Community Bangladesh (SCB) in Dhaka

# Environmental Engineering
     Water Supply Engineering
     Water and Wastewater Treatment
     Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
     Environmental Impact Assessment
     Environmental Pollution Control
# Irrigation and Flood Control
# Hydrology
# Engineering Materials

Journal:

  1. Masum, SA, Islam, MS and Thomas, HR 2018, ‘Environmental Impacts of Untreated Tannery Effluent: A Case Study’, Journal of Environmental Management (Elsevier), Impact Factor - 4.00, in the process of publishing
  2. Islam, MS and Zaman, S 2018, ‘Investigation of some selected water quality parameters of the Buriganga river’, Journal of Modern Science and Technology, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 124-133
  3. Tanzen, R, Hoque, JM and Islam, MS 2018, ‘Predicting highway crash frequency: A review of statistical regression models’, Journal of Modern Science and Technology, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 87-99
  4. Islam, MN, Das, BK, Islam, MS and Huque, ME 2018, ‘Effect of pH, oxidation states of arsenic and, inorganic and organic fertilizers on accumulation of arsenic in vegetables’, Indian Journal of Science and Technology, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 1-11


Conference Proceedings:

  1. Tanzen, R, Hoque, JM and Islam, MS 2017, ‘Predicting highway crash frequency: A review of statistical regression models’, Proceedings of 14th Global Engineering and Technology Conference, Dhaka, 29-30 December, ISBN 978 1 925488 60 9
  2. Islam, MS and Zaman, S 2017, ‘Investigation of some selected water quality parameters of the Buriganga river’, Proceedings of Civil and Water Resources Engineering Conference, Dhaka, 3-4 November, ISBN 978 1 925488 52 4
  3. Islam, MS, Natarajan, S, Kulasegaram, S and Bordas, S 2011, ‘Computational modelling of particulate composites using enriched Element free Galerkin method’, Proceedings of the 21st International Workshop on Computational Mechanics of Materials, Limerick, Ireland, 22-24 August, Volume 64 of Computational materials science, ISSN 0927-0256
  4. Islam, MS and Kulasegaram, S 2009, ‘Computational modelling of particulate composites using Element free Galerkin method’, Proceedings of the 17th UK National Conference on Computational Mechanics in Engineering, Nottingham, 6-8 April, ISBN 978 085358 255 7

Field of Interest:

  • Spatial and temporal pattern of river and lake water quality
  • Environmental impact of tannery waste
  • Contaminant transport mechanism
  • Air pollution due to transport vehicles
  • Arsenic accumulation in vegetables
  • ‘Faculty of the Year’ award from School of Engineering, Presidency University in 2016
  • Scholarship for doctoral studies at School of Engineering, Cardiff University, UK
  • Assistant Professor; Department of Civil Engineering, Presidency University, Dhaka
  • Assistant Professor (Semester Faculty); Department of Civil Engineering, International University of Business Agriculture and Technology, Dhaka
  • Program Manager; Disaster, Environment and Climate Change (DECC) program, BRAC, Dhaka
  • Program Specialist; Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) program, BRAC, Dhaka
  • Teaching Assistant; Cardiff University, UK