Department of General Educational Development
Md. Rasel Hossen  Senior Lecturer
Name :
Md. Rasel Hossen
Employee ID
710001331
Designation
Senior Lecturer  in Physics
Department
Department of General Educational Development
Faculty
Faculty of Science and Information Technology
Personal Webpage
http://faculty.daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/profile/ged/mdrasel.html
E-mail
rasel.ged@diu.edu.bd
Phone
Cell-Phone
+8801723939394, 01911963663

MS in Physics (JU),  B.Sc. in Physics (JU)

Professional Training/Conference/Workshop/Seminar:

  1. Participation in International Conference on Physics for Energy and Environment-2014, Bangladesh Physical Society, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  2. Participation in 2nd International Conference on Medical Physics in Radiation Oncology and Imaging-2014, Bangladesh Medical Physical Society, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  3. Participation in PET (Participatory Engaging Techniques) for teachers regarding “The way of conducting class for students in classroom” organized by Daffodil International University (September, 2015) and conducted by Professor Dr. Yousuf Mahbubul Islam.
  4. Participation in a training entitled “Special Teachers Training Program” (May, 2015) organized by Daffodil International University and conducted by Dr. Wendy Garland.
  5. Participation in a workshop for teachers “How to use Google Classroom for students for effective e-Learning” organized by Daffodil International University (August, 2015).
  6. Participation in a seminar for teachers regarding “Art of Living” organized by Daffodil International University (November, 2015) and conducted by Director of Students Affairs Mr. Syed M Rahman Raju.
  7. Participation in a seminar on “Research and Publication” organized by Daffodil International University (March, 2016).
  8. Participation in a seminar on “How to write a good Research Paper for publication in peer reviewed journals” organized by Daffodil International University (March, 2016) and conducted by Professor Dr. Syed Akhter Hossain, Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering.
  9. Participation in a seminar on “Road to Research” organized by Daffodil International University (, 2016) and conducted by Dr. Touhid Bhuiyan, Head, Department of Software Engineering.
  10. Participation in a seminar on “Action Research at Daffodil International University” organized by Daffodil International University (, 2016) and conducted by Professor Dr. Syed Akhter Hossain, Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering.
  11. Participation in National Conference on Physics-2017, Bangladesh Physical Society, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  12. Participation in International Conference on Recent Advances in Mathematical and Physical Sciences (ICRAMPS)-2018, Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  13. Participation in a workshop for teachers “How to Use Moodle” to enhance your teaching skill to adapt the demand for positive change of education, organized by Daffodil International University (February, 2018).

Fundamentals of Physics :

  • Mechanics
  • Properties of Matter
  • Fluid Dynamics
  • Waves and oscillations
  • Optics
  • Heat and Thermodynamics
  • Electricity and Magnetism
  • Nuclear Physics and
  • Modern Physics

Journals:

 

International Publications (Articles)

  1. M. R. Hossen, L. Nahar, S. Sultana, and A. A. Mamun: Roles of positively charged heavy ions and degenerate plasma pressure on cylindrical and spherical ion acoustic solitary waves”, Astrophysics and Space Science (Netherlands) 353, 123 (2014).
  2. M. R. Hossen, L. Nahar, S. Sultana, and A. A. Mamun, “Nonplanar ion-acoustic shock waves in degenerate plasmas with positively charged heavy ions”, High Energy Density Physics (Germany) 13, 13 (2014).
  3. M. R. Hossen, L. Nahar, and A. A. Mamun, “Roles of arbitrarily charged static heavy ions and degenerate plasma pressure on cylindrical and spherical IA shock waves”, Physica Scripta (Sweden) 89, 105603 (2014).
  4. M. R. Hossen, L. Nahar, and A. A. Mamun, “Cylindrical and spherical ion-acoustic shock waves in a relativistic degenerate multi-ion plasma”, Brazilian Journal of Physics (Brazil) 44, 638 (2014).
  5. M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Electrostatic solitary structures in a relativistic degenerate multispecies plasma”, Brazilian Journal of Physics (Brazil) 44, 673 (2014).
  6. M. R. Hossen, L. Nahar, and A. A. Mamun, “Planar and nonplanar solitary waves in a four component relativistic degenerate dense plasma”, Journal of Astrophysics (United Kingdom) 2014, 653065 (2014).
  7. M. R. Hossen, S. A. Ema and A. A. Mamun, “Nonplanar shock structures in a relativistic degenerate multi-species plasma”, Communication in Theoretical Physics (China) 62, 888 (2014).
  8. M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Modeling of modified electron-acoustic solitary waves in a relativistic degenerate plasma”, Journal of Korean Physical Society (South Korea) 65, 2045 (2014).
  9. M. R. Hossen, L. Nahar, and A. A. Mamun, “Time dependent cylindrical and spherical ion-acoustic solitary structures in relativistic degenerate multi-ion plasmas with positively charged heavy ions”, Journal of Korean Physical Society (South Korea) 65, 1863 (2014).
  10. M. A. Hossen, M. R. Hossen, and A. A. Mamun, “Modified ion-acoustic shock waves and double layers in a degenerate electron-positron-ion plasma in presence of heavy negative ions”, Brazilian Journal of Physics (Brazil) 44, 703 (2014).
  11. M. A. Hossen, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Study of the higher order shock excitations in a degenerate quantum plasma”, Journal of Korean Physical Society (South Korea) 65, 1883 (2014).
  12. M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Rarefactive electron-scale shock excitations in a degenerate quantum plasma”, SOP Transactions on Theoretical Physics (USA) 1, 57 (2014).
  13. M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Study of the Nonlinear Waves in Astrophysical Quantum Plasmas”, Brazilian Journal of Physics (Brazil) 44, 200 (2015).
  14. M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Nonplanar shock excitations in a four component degenerate quantum plasma: the effects of various charge states of heavy ions”, Plasma Science and Technology (UK) 17, 177 (2015).
  15. M. R. Hossen, M. A. Hossen, S. Sultana, and A. A. Mamun, “Modeling of modified ion-acoustic shock waves in a relativistic electron degenerate multi-ion plasma for higher order nonlinearity”, Astrophysics and Space Science (Netherlands) 357, 34 (2015).
  16. M. G. Shah, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Nonplanar positron-acoustic shock waves in astrophysical plasmas”, Brazilian Journal of Physics (Brazil) 45, 219 (2015).
  17. M. G. Shah, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Nonplanar solitons in a degenerate multi-species plasma”, Journal of Korean Physical Society (South Korea) 66, 1239 (2015).
  18. M. G. Shah, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Positron-acoustic shock waves in a degenerate multi-component plasma”, Chinese Physics Letter (China) 32, 085202 (2015).
  19. S. A. Ema, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Planar and nonplanar shock waves in a degenerate quantum plasma”, Contribution to Plasma Physics (Germany), 55, 551 (2015).
  20. M. G. Shah, M. M. Rahman, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Roles of superthermal electrons and adiabatic heavy ions on heavy-ion-acoustic solitary and shock waves in a multi-component plasma”, Communication in Theoretical Physics (China) 64, 208 (2015).
  21. M. A. Hossen, M. M. Rahman, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Heavy-ion-acoustic solitary and shock waves in an adiabatic multi-ion plasma”, Brazilian Journal of Physics (Brazil) 45, 444 (2015).
  22. S. A. Ema, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Nonplanar shocks and solitons in a strongly coupled adiabatic plasma: the roles of heavy ion dynamics and nonextensitivity”, Contribution to Plasma Physics (Germany) 55, 596 (2015).
  23. M. G. Shah, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Nonlinear propagation of positron-acoustic waves in a four-component space plasma”, Journal of Plasma Physics (UK) 81, 905810517 (2015).
  24. S. A. Ema, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Linear and nonlinear heavy ion-acoustic waves in a strongly coupled plasma”, Physics of Plasmas (USA) 22, 092108 (2015).
  25. M. G. Shah, M. M. Rahman, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Properties of cylindrical and spherical heavy ion-acoustic solitary and shock structures in a multi-species plasma with superthermal electrons”, Plasma Physics Reports (Russia) 42, 168 (2016).
  26. S. A. Ema, M. R. Hossen, and A. A. Mamun, “Nonlinear ion modes in a strongly coupled plasma in presence of nonthermal ion fluids and polarization force”, Plasma Physics Reports (Russia) 42, 362 (2016).
  27. B. Hosen, M. G. Shah, M. R. Hossen, and A. A. Mamun, “Compressive and rarefactive ion-acoustic solitons in a magnetized quantum plasma”, The European Physical Journal-Plus (Europe) 131, 81 (2016).
  28. M. R. Hossen, S. A. Ema and A. A. Mamun, “Nonlinear dynamics in a nonextensive complex plasma with viscous electron fluids”, Chinese Physics Letters (China) 33, 065203 (2016).
  29. M. R. Hossen, S. A. Ema and A. A. Mamun, “Small amplitude dust-electron-acoustic shock waves and double layers in a nonextensive complex plasma with viscous electron fluids”, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science (USA) 44, 492 (2016).
  30. B. Hosen, M. Amina, M. R. Hossen, and A. A. Mamun, “Korteweg-de Vries-Burgers equation in a multi-component magnetized plasma with nuclei of heavy elements”, Journal of Korean Physical Society (South Korea) 69, 1762 (2016).
  31. M. A. Hossen, M. G. Shah, M. R. Hossen, and A. A. Mamun, “Instability analysis of positron-acoustic waves in a magnetized multi-species plasma”, Communication in Theoretical Physics (China) 67, 458 (2017).
  32. M. A. Hossen, M. M. Rahman, M. R. Hossen, and A. A. Mamun, “Nonlinear heavy-ion-acoustic waves in an adiabatic collisionless bi-ion plasma”, Plasma Physics Reports (Russia) 43, 464 (2017).
  33. B. Hosen, M. G. Shah, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Ion-acoustic solitary waves and double layers in a magnetized degenerate quantum plasma”, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science (USA) 45, 3316 (2017).
  34. M. R. Hossen, S. A. Ema and A. A. Mamun, “Ion-scale excitations in a strongly coupled astrophysical plasma with nuclei of heavy elements”, Plasma Physics Reports (Russia) 43, 1189 (2017).
  35. M. Sarker, B. Hosen, M. R. Hossen, and A. A. Mamun, “Solitary Potential in a Space Plasma Containing Dynamical Heavy Ions and Bi-Kappa Distributed Electrons of Two Distinct Temperatures”, Communication in Theoretical Physics (China) 69, 107 (2018).
  36. M. R. Hossen, S. A. Ema and A. A. Mamun, “Nonlinear Dynamics in Strongly Coupled Quantum Plasma”, High Temperature (Russia) 54 in press (2018).
  37. N. Chowdhury, A. Mannan, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Modulational instability and generation of envelope solitons in four component space plasmas”, Contribution to Plasma Physics (Germany), 57 in press (2018).
  38. M. G. Shah, M. M. Rahman, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Heavy ion-acoustic solitary waves and double layers in a multi-ion plasma”, Plasma Physics Reports (Russia) 44 in press (2018).
  39. M. Sarker, M. R. Hossen, M. G. Shah, B. Hosen, and A. A. Mamun, “Oblique propagation of electrostatic waves in a magnetized electron-positron-ion plasma in the presence of heavy particles”, Zeitschrift für Naturforschung A (Germany) 73 in press (2018).
  40. B. Hosen, M. G. Shah, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, “Relativistic ion-acoustic solitary waves in a magnetized pair ion dense plasma with nuclei of heavy elements”, Plasma Physics Reports (Russia) 44 in press (2018).

 


 

Research Book Publishing

 

  1. A Research book on “Nonlinear Excitations in Degenerate Quantum Plasmas” (with ISBN: 978-3-659-59739-8) has been Published in 2014 by “Lap-Lambert Academic Publishing”, Germany.


Conference Papers: 

  1. M. R. Hossen, L. Nahar, S. Sultana, and A. A. Mamun, Cylindrical and spherical ion-acoustic solitary waves in a multi-ion relativistic degenerate plasma”, “The 5th  Plasma scholars' Symposium”, Plasma Science Society India; Conference Venue: VIT University, Chennai (India); Abstract published (2014).
  2. M. R. Hossen, L. Nahar, P. Halder, K. N. Mukta, and A. A. Mamun Effects of positively charged heavy element ions and degenerate plasma pressure on planar and nonplanar IA solitary waves” ''National Conference on Physics for Sustainable Development ", Bangladesh Physical Society (Bangladesh); Conference Venue: Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission (Dhaka); Abstract published (2014).
  3. P. Halder, K. N. Mukta, M. R. Hossen, L. Nahar, and A. A. Mamun Compressive and rarefactive dust-ion-acoustic shock waves in a three-component degenerate dense plasma” ''National Conference on Physics for Sustainable Development ", Bangladesh Physical Society (Bangladesh); Conference Venue: Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission (Dhaka); Abstract published (2014).
  4. M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, Nonlinear waves in a degenerate quantum plasma: The role of various charge states of heavy ions”, 1st International Conference on “Physics for Sustainable Development and Technology-2015” Conference Venue: Chittagong University of Engineering & Technology, Chittagong-4349, Bangladesh Abstract published (2015).
  5.  M. G. Shah, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, Positron-scale shock excitations in a degenerate relativistic plasma”, 1st International Conference on “Physics for Sustainable Development and Technology-2015” Conference Venue: Chittagong University of Engineering & Technology, Chittagong-4349, Bangladesh Abstract published (2015).
  6. M. A. Hossen, M. R. Hossen and A. A. Mamun, Higher order Burgers equations in a dense plasma system”, 1st International Conference on “Physics for Sustainable Development and Technology-2015” Conference Venue: Chittagong University of Engineering & Technology, Chittagong-4349, Bangladesh Abstract published (2015).
  7. M. G. Shah, S. A. Ema, M. R. Hossen, and A. A. Mamun, Investigation of the properties of dust-acoustic solitary waves and double layers in a highly perturbed multi-species plasma, “National Conference on Physics-2017” Conference Venue: Bangladesh Physical Society (Bangladesh); Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission (Dhaka).
  8. M. R. Hossen, S. A. Ema, Shalauddin, S. Banik, and A. A. Mamun, Helium ion acoustic waves in a relativistic degenerate dense lasma, “National Conference on Physics-2017” Conference Venue: Bangladesh Physical Society (Bangladesh); Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission (Dhaka).
  9. M. R. Hossen, S. A. Ema and A. A. Mamun, Ultra-low frequency heavy ion-acoustic shock dynamics in a strongly coupled cryogenic space plasma, “The 45th IEEE Conference on Plasma Science-2018” (Abstract Accepted) Conference Venue: Denver, Colorado, USA.
  10. M. R. Hossen, S. A. Ema and A. A. Mamun, Modulated electroacoustic solitons and associated rogue waves in a relativistic degenerate bi-ion plasma, “The 45th IEEE Conference on Plasma Science-2018” (Abstract Accepted) Conference Venue: Denver, Colorado, USA.
  11. M. R. Hossen, M. Sarker, S. A. Ema, and A. A. Mamun, Nonplanar shock dynamics in a nonextensive dusty plasma, “The 45th IEEE Conference on Plasma Science-2018” (Abstract Accepted) Conference Venue: Denver, Colorado, USA.
  12. M. R. Hossen, M. Sarker, S. A. Ema, and A. A. Mamun, Dust-acoustic K-dV and mK-dV solitons in a superthermal bi-ion plasma, “The 45th IEEE Conference on Plasma Science-2018” (Abstract Accepted) Conference Venue: Denver, Colorado, USA.

Physics: Electrostatic waves and their nonlinear structures (solitons, shocks, double layers, etc.) in

  1. space, and astrophysical plasmas;
  2. multi-ion plasmas, degenerate quantum plasmas;
  3. nonextensive plasmas, strongly coupled plasmas;
  4. superthermal plasmas, Maxwellian plasmas;
  5. nonthermal plasmas, dense plasmas;
  6. dusty/complex plasmas.
  1. Regular Merit Based Annual Scholarships (2009-2013) from Jahangirnagar University.
  2. Awarded “National Science and Technology (NST) Fellowship (2013-2014)”for M.S. thesis by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Bangladesh.
  3. Awarded “Vice Chancellor’s Award: Highest Contributions in Research-2016” from the highest authority of Daffodil International University.
  • Life time member of the Physics Club of Jahangirnagar University (JUPC).
  1. Research Assistant: 15 May 2014 – 15 September 2014: Plasma Physics Research Laboratory, Department of Physics, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  2. Lecturer in Physics (Contractual): 16 September 2014 – 31 December 2014: Department of General Educational Development, Daffodil International University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  3. Lecturer in Physics: 01 January 2015 – 31 May 2017: Department of General Educational Development, Daffodil International University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.