Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Tarekul Islam

Professor

Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM)

Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET)

Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh

Tel: +880-2-55167228-57/7769 | +880 1748293411

E-mail: tarek@iwfm.buet.ac.bd | tarekulislam87@gmail.com

Web: http://tarek.buet.ac.bd/


Education

Employment

Administrative Position

POSITION IN THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS

Visiting Professor / Researcher 

ADJUNCT Faculty POSITION

POSITION IN THE SELECTION BOARD

Award / Fellowship / Scholarship Received

Professional services

Advanced Training

Reviewer of International Journals

Membership of Professional Societies

Development of Laboratory

Current Research Interest

On-going Research Projects

  1. Enhancing Coastal Resilience with Nature-Based Solutions Project, Funded by Global Center on Adaptation (GCA), October 2022 - September 2024 (Co-Investigator).

  2. Remote sensing assessment and capacity building for sustainable development in Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region, Funded by Chinese Academy of Science (CAS), Jan - December 2022 (Institutional Lead).

  3.  Integrated flood services and climate change adaptation for the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna river basin , Funded by Alliance of International Science Organizations (ANSO), Jan 2022 - December 2024 (Institutional Lead).

Past Research Projects

  1. ENabling Humanitarian Attributes for Nurturing Community-based Engineering (ENHANCE), Funded by European Commission, November 2018 - May 2023 (Institutional Lead).

  2. Climate Change Risks Assessment for Building Climate Resilient Infrastructures, Funded by International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), July 2019 - December 2020 (Co-Investigator).

  3. Developing Flash Flood Forecasting System for the Haor Region of Bangladesh and Capacity Building & Knowledge Management; Funded by International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), May 2015 – June 2020 (Co-Investigator).

  4. Water-energy-food nexus perspective: Path making for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to country actions in Asia, Funded by Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN), September 2016 - June 2019 (Country Lead).

  5. Assessment of Climate-Induced Long-term Water Availability in Ganges River Basin and Impacts on Energy Security in South Asia (Phase I); Funded by Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN), November 2014 - December 2018 (Country Lead).

  6. Water in South Asia: Impacts of Climate Change and Variability (WASIACLIVAR), Funded by International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), August 2017 - April 2018 (Country Lead).  

  7. Enhancing Regional Cooperation for Capacity Building and Research in Areas of Water Resource Management within Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal (BBIN) Network, Funded by International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), August 2017 - April 2018 (Country Lead). 

  8. High End cLimate Impact and eXtremes (HELIX); Funded by European Union (EU), November 2013 – October 2017 (Co-Investigator).

  9. Assessing Health, Livelihoods, Ecosystem Services and Poverty Alleviation in Populous Deltas; Funded by Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and Department for International Development (DFID), UK, April 2012 – November 2016 (Co-Investigator).

  10. Characteristics and Mechanism of Extreme Climate Events under Climate Change Background; Funded by Commission for Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South (COMSATS), January 2014 – December 2015 (Country Lead).

  11. Development of Flood Hazard and Risk Maps with Effect of Climate Change Scenario; Funded by Climate Change Trust Fund (CCTF), June 2010 - May 2012 (Co-Investigator).

  12. Impact of Climate Induced Disasters on Gender; Funded by Climate Change Trust Fund (CCTF), June 2010 - May 2012 (Co-Investigator).

  13. Hydraulic Profiling of Important Fish Habitats of the Jamuna River; Funded by BUET, February 2010 - January 2011 (Co-Investigator).

  14. Field Based Applied Research for the Stabilization of the Major Rivers in Bangladesh; Funded by Ministry of Education, Japan, December 2008 - February 2010 (Co-Investigator).

  15. Fundamentals of Flow and Sediment Transport in a Meandering Compound Channel; Funded by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), Japan, November 2006 - October 2008 (Principal Investigator).

  16. Effectiveness of Bandal-Like Structures as Sustainable Solution to River Erosion in Bangladesh; Funded by Japan Asian Friendship Society (JAFS), Japan, May 2005 -November 2006 (Co-Investigator).

  17. Scour Mitigation around Piers and Abutments Using Sacrificial Piles; Funded by BUET, January 2003 - July 2004 (Co-Investigator).

  18. Unsteady Flow Fields over Floodplains in a Meandering Compound Channel; Funded by BUET, August 2002 - July 2003 (Principal Investigator).

  19. Development of a Flood Flow Channel Facility and Study of River Bank Stabilization; Funded by BUET, January 2002 - November 2006 (Principal Investigator).

  20. Morphological Behavior of the Upper Meghna River with Particular Emphasis on the Meghna and Bhairab Bridges; Funded by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Japan, February 2001 - October 2003 (Co-Investigator).

  21. Dhaka City Stormwater Quality Assessment; Funded by BUET, April 1997 - August 1997 (Co-Investigator).

  22. Urban Runoff in the Developing World: Dhaka City Study; Funded by UK Overseas Development Administration, May 1996 - September 1997 (Co-Investigator).

  23. Extended Study of Stage-Discharge Relationship of the Jamuna at Bahadurabad; Funded by BUET, June 1996 -December 1996 (Co-Investigator).

Teaching

Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Institute of Water and Flood Management)

Dhaka University (Institute of Disaster Management and Vulnerability Studies)

Islamic University of Technology (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering)

Military Institute of Science and Technology (Dept. of Civil Engineering, Dept. of Environmental, Water Resources & Coastal Engineering)

Guidance of Post Graduate Thesis / Project

Current Students

  1. Economic Modeling-Based Valuation of Ecosystem Services for Sustainable Water Management in Beel Pakhimara, M.Sc. (WRD) (Md. Mehedi Hasan ) 

  2. Social Impacts and Mitigation Measures of Riverbank Erosion of The Jamuna in Sirajganj,  PG. Dip (WRD) (Md. Shakil Ahmed)

  3. An Assessment of the Influencing Factors of Water Scarcity in the Drought-Prone Northwest Region of Bangladesh, M.Sc. (WRD) (Akanda Md. Raihan Gafur)

  4. High Resolution Evapotranspiration Estimation from Satellite Remote Sensing and Data Fusion for the Northwest Region of Bangladesh, M.Sc. (WRD) (Nafis Sadik Khan)

  5. Agricultural Drought Monitoring Using Multiple Remote Sensing Tools in Northwest Region of Bangladesh, M.Sc. (WRD) (Abir Biswas)

Past Students

  1. Spatial and Temporal Changes of Soil Salinity in the Coastal Area of Bangladesh, M.Sc. (WRD), 2023 (M. Abrar Rubaiyat Islam)

  2. Estimating Salinity and Chlorophyll-A Concentration in the Meghna Estuary using Landsat Imagery, M.Sc. (WRD), 2023 (Asaduz Zaman)

  3. Sedimentation Assessment and Watershed Prioritization: A Case Study of Muhuri Irrigation Project, M.Sc. (WRD), 2022 (Anik Chandra Banik)

  4. Establishment of Best-Fitted Rainfall Intensity-Duration-Frequency Curves for the Hydrological Regions of Bangladesh, M.Sc. (WRD), 2022 (A. Q. M. Zohuruzzaman)

  5. Assessing Land Use Change and Its Impact on Ecosystem Services in Khulna Conurbation, M.Sc. (WRD), 2022 (Md. Salman Ferdous)

  6. Assessment of the Potential of Bioengineering Intervention for Retarding Cyclonic Wind and Storm Surge in Coastal Bangladesh, M.Sc. (WRD), 2021 (Syed Labib Ul Islam)

  7. Development of Flood Forecasting System for North-Western Region of Bangladesh, M.Sc. (WRD), 2019 (Raihanul Haque Khan)

  8. Stochastic Modeling of Hydrological and Meteorological Drought in the South-West Region of Bangladesh, M.Sc. (WRD), 2019 (Noor-e-Ashmaul Husna)

  9. Rainfall Frequency Analysis and Isopluvial Mapping for Bangladesh Using Best Fitted Probability Distribution Function, M.Sc. (WRD), 2018 (Khandakar Aurib)

  10. Development of Water-Energy-Food Nexus Conceptual Framework for Bangladesh, M.Sc. (WRD), 2018 (Partha Protim Biswas)

  11. Impact of Land Use Change on Ecosystem Services in Barisal Sadar Upazila, M.Sc. (WRD), 2018  (Md. Al-Amin).

  12. Remote Sensing-Based Estimates of Reference Evapotranspiration for the Southwest Region of Bangladesh, M.Sc. (WRD), 2018 (Imran Hossain Newton).

  13. Impact of Flash Flood on Boro Rice Production in Taherpur Upazila, M.Sc. (WRD), 2017 (Md. Abdullah All Sourav).

  14. Assessment of Suspended Sediment Concentration in the Padma River Using Satellite Remote Sensing, M.Sc. (WRD), 2016 (Mashrekur Rahman).

  15. Flood Hazard and Vulnerability Assessment in a Riverine Flood Prone Area: A Case Study, M.Sc. (WRD), 2015 (Md. Sadequr Rahman Bhuiyan).

  16. An Investigation into Household Based Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene of a Selected Slum with Gender Perspective, M.Sc. (WRD), 2010 (Safina Naznin).

  17. Application of Geoinformatics for Flood Study at Tarapur Union of Gaibandha, M.Sc. (WRD), 2006 (S.M. Imrul Hasan).

  18. Application of Remote Sensing in Identifying Pollutant Spread in the Buriganga River, PG. Dip. (WRD), 2006 (Mohammad Ruhul Amin).

  19. Distribution of Sediments at the Gorai Offtake, PG. Dip. (WRD), 2005 (Mrityunjoy Ghosh).

  20. Analysis of Changing Scenario of Wetlands in Dhaka City Using Remote Sensing and GIS, PG. Dip. (WRD), 2005 (Mst. Sufia Sultana).

  21. Sediment Transport Predictor in the Ganges River, PG. Dip. (WRD), 2004 (Shahana Akter).

  22. Geometric and Morphological Evolution of the Gorai River, PG. Dip. (WRD), 2004 (Md. Rezaul Karim).

  23. Stochastic Modeling of Sediment Load in the Ganges River, PG. Dip. (WRD), 2004 (Sheikh Tareq Jaman).

  24. Prediction of Future Land Use Land Cover changes of Dhaka City Using Remote Sensing and GIS, Research Monograph, Master of Disaster Management, Dhaka University, 2019 (Najiba Rashid).

  25. Study on the Temperature Variation of Sitalakkhya River by using GIS and Remote Sensing, Master of Disaster Management, Dhaka University, 2016 (M. Aslamur Rahman Rajeeb).

  26. The Role Bangladesh Army in Conducting Rescue Operation out of Building Collapse in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Rana Plaza, Master of Disaster Management, Dhaka University, 2014 (Beig Sabbir Ahmed).

  27. Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) Based Boro Rice Yield Forecasting in Rangpur, Master of Disaster Management, Dhaka University, 2015 (Md. Zubaeer-Ibne-Mahboob).

  28. Impacts of Climatic Factors on Rice Production: A Case Study in Rajshahi, Master of Disaster Management, Dhaka University, 2015 (Md. Mahfuz Bin Wahab).

  29. Hospital Non-Structural Vulnerability Assessment for Earthquake Resilience: An Empirical Study in Selected Urban Areas in Bangladesh, Master of Disaster Management, Dhaka University, 2014 (Muhammad Zahidur Rahim).

  30. The Role of Bangladesh Army in Conducting Rescue Operation out of Building Collapse in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Rana Plaza, Master of Disaster Management, Dhaka University, 2014 (Beig Sabbir Ahmed).

  31. Temporal Variation of Land Use and Land Cover Change of Bhola Island Using Geoinformatics, Master of Disaster Management, Dhaka University, 2013 (Md. Khalid Hasan).

  32. Urban Multi-Hazard Risk Analysis by Using GIS: A Case of Old Dhaka (Shakhari Bazar), Master of Disaster Management, Dhaka University, 2013 (Musfera Jahan).

  33. Disaster Risk Reduction Strategies in Satkhira District: A Study on Service Providers at Khalishkhali Union of Tala Upazila, Master of Disaster Management, Dhaka University, 2011 (Suria Nushrin).

Examination of Post Graduate Dissertation / Thesis / Project

PhD Dissertation

  1. Impact of Climate Change on Rainfall and Streamflow using Regional Climate Model (RCM) SND Water Balance Modelling of Vamanapuram River Basin, by Anie John S, 2022, Karunnya Institute of Technology and Sciences, India.

  2. Potential of Urban Roof Top Agriculture as a Climate Change Adaptation Tool Through Efficient Water Management, by Musammat Shahinara Begum, 2022, Institute of Water and Flood Management, BUET, Dhaka.

  3. The Role of Women in Disaster Risk reduction in Bangladesh: An Impirical Study in DND Area, by Pratima Dev, 2021, Institute of Disaster Management and Vulnerability Studies, Dhaka University.

  4. Effect of Nano Materials on Roughness Coefficient, N. Muthu Kumaran, 2021, by Karunnya Institute of Technology and Sciences, India.

  5. Optimal Distribution of Best Management Practices (BMPs) for Urban Stormwater Runoff Quantity and Quality Control, by Abdulrazaq Rezaei, 2020, University of Malaya, Malaysia.

  6. Assessment of Water Productivity of Wheat and Maize under Changing Climate in the Northwestern Bangladesh using Remote Sensing Data and Crop Modeling, by Abul Fatta Mohammad Tarikul Islam, 2019, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka.

  7. Hydro-Climatic Impact on Cholera Incidence in Dhaka under Global Warming, by Salima Sultana Daisy, 2019, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka.

  8. Changes and Causes of Rainfall Extremes over Northeast Bangladesh under the Warming World, by Md. Abul Bashar, 2019, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka.

  9. Environment Awareness among the Community on Water Quality Management for Human Beings, by Pratima Tamrakar, 2018, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.

  10. Organization and Turnover at Sathanur Command Area, by Sundararaman B, 2018, Anna University, India.

  11. The Socioeconomic Impact of Climate Change: Assessing the Vulnerability and Adaptive Capacity of the Coastal People in Bangladesh, by Farhana Zaman, 2015, Dhaka University, Bangladesh.

  12. Studies on Climatological Aerosol Characteristics and Their Interactions over India Using Satellite Data, by Sri A. Siva Madhusudanacharyulu, 2015, Andhra University, India.

Master's Thesis and Post Graduate Diploma Project

  1. Impacts of Future Land Use/Land Cover (LULC) and Climate Change on Runoff of the Teesta Basin, M.Sc. (WRD), 2022 (Md. Syadur Rahaman)

  2. Assessment of Vegetation Damage of the Sundarbans and Inundation in the Southwest Coastal Region of Bangladesh for Three Recent Cyclones Using Satellite Images, M.Sc. (WRD), 2022 (Ariful Islam)

  3. Studying the Meander Bend Migration of the Arial Khan River, M.Sc. (WRD), 2022 (Jannatul Ferdoush)

  4. An Analysis of Urban Flooding and Its Impact on Gender in a Slum of Dhaka City, M.Sc. (WRD), 2020 (Zarin Subah).

  5. Riverbank Stability Under Hydraulic and Static Load Condition Using Limit Equilibrium Method and Finite Element Method, Department of Water Resources Engineering, BUET, 2020 (Md. Shahidul Islam).

  6. Performance Evaluation of Bandal-Like Structures for Tidal River Flow and Sediment Management, M.Sc. (WRD), 2020 (Numan Al Kibria)

  7. A Comparative Assessment of Gender Perspective for Shrimp and Mixed Farming Practices in a Coastal Upazila, M.Sc. (WRD)., 2019 (Samiul Kader Khan)

  8. Comparative Study of Performance for Real-time Flash Flood Forecasting in the Upper Meghna Basin, M.Sc. (WRD), 2017 (Khaled Mohammad).

  9. Assessment of Human Health Vulnerability to Climate Change in Bangladesh, PG. Dip. (WRD), 2016 (Md. Raihan Tanvir).

  10. Monsoon Rainfall Forecasting for Different Hydrological Regions of Bangladesh using Climate Predictability Took (CPT), M.Sc. (WRD), 2015 (Satyajit Roy Das).

  11. Change of Halda River Flow due to Different Water Control Structures and Its Impact on Halda Ecosystem, M.Sc. (WRD), 2015 (Firoza Akhter).

  12. Evaluation of Drinking Water Technologies Used in South-Western Coastal Bangladesh: A Case Study, M.Sc. (WRD), 2015 (Abu Jubayer).

  13. Index Based Climate Vulnerability Assessment for Hatiya of Noakhali of Bangladesh, M.Sc. (WRD), 2015 (Nahid Hasan Raju).

  14. Causes and Failure of Submersible Embankment and Its Impact on the Haor Area: A Case Study of Karchar Haor Project, M.Sc. (WRD), 2015 (Md. Kaisar Alam).

  15. Quasi-Real Time Prediction of Storm Surge Inundation for the Coastal Region of Bangladesh, M.Sc. (WRD), 2015 (Ali Mohammad Rezaie).

  16. Comparison of Statistical Downscaling Techniques for Development of Future Climate Change Scenarios for the Coastal Areas of Bangladesh, PG. Dip. (WRD), 2015 (Sadia Azad).

  17. Improvement of forecasting heavy rainfall events using Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model, M.Sc. (WRD), 2014 (Mohammad Alfi Hasan).

  18. Assessment of change in future flow of Brahmaputra Basin applying SWAT model using multi-member ensemble climate data, M.Sc. (WRD), 2014 (Supria Paul).

  19. Detention-Based Stormwater Drainage Management Using a Dynamic Programming Approach in a Selected Area in Dhaka, M.Sc. (WRD), 2017 (Soheli Nasrin).

  20. Mainstreaming Gender in IWRM: The Case of Small Scale Water Resources Development Sector Project, M.Sc. (WRD), 2014 (Anil Chandra Barman).

  21. Exploring Gender Vulnerability and Adaptive Capacity to Climate Change Associated Extremes, M.Sc. (WRD), 2014 (Mahin Al Nahian).

  22. Detecting Changes of Shoreline at Kuakatha Coast using RS-GIS Techniques and Participatory Approach, PG. Dip. (WRD), 2013 (Nazla Bushra). 

  23. Salinity Risk to Agricultural Landuse due to Sea Level Rise: A Case Study in Dhalua Union of Barguna Sadar Upazila, PG. Dip. (WRD), 2013 (Md. Abdullah Al Baky).

  24. Socio-Technical Approach for the Erosion Management at Shuvogacha Bend along the Right Bank of the Jamuna River, PG. Dip (WRD), 2011 (Mohammad Zubairul Islam).

  25. Comparing Ecological Resource-Dependent Livelihood Patterns between a Project and Non-Project Area, PG. Dip. (WRD, 2010 (Suha Sanwar).

  26. Identification of Land Cover Changes of the Haor Area and its Impact on Livelihood Assets, M.Sc. (WRD), 2010 (Md. Salauddin).

  27. Study on Low Cost River Training Works in a Meandering Bend Along the Madhumati River, M.Sc. (WRD), 2009 (Md. Qutub Al-Hossain). 

  28. Effectiveness of Bandalling and Dredging for the Maintenance of Navigational Channel in the Jamuna River, M.Sc. (WRD), 2009 (Rumana Sharmin).

  29. Developing GIS Too to Identify Critical Areas for Drinking Water Supply during Dry Season in Dinajpur District; PG. Dip. (WRD), 2006 (S.M. Tanvir Hassan).

  30. Determination of Location of Shared Posts for Vulnerable People at Duptara Village Piped Water Supply System using GIS, PG. Dip. (WRD), 2006 (Maria Rahman).

  31. Forest Cover Change Detection and Spatial Modelling for Identification of Erosion Prone Areas in Kaptai Reservoir Watershed of Bangladesh, Master of Urban and Regional Planning, 2006.

  32. Effect of Landuse Change on Geometric Characteristics of the Buriganga River, PG. Dip. (WRD), 2006 (Rumana Binte Habib).

  33. A Study on Maintenance of Some Flood Embankments in and around Dhaka City, PG. Dip. (WRD), 2004.

  34. Recent Morphological Trend of the Jamuna Bridge Site: A Remote Sensing and GIS Analysis, PG. Dip. (WRD), 2002.

Consultancy and Advisory Services

  1. Hydrological Study for Fish Landing Centre at Cox's Bazar SadarClient: Fisheries Engineering Co., Ltd., Tokyo 160-0022, 2022, Japan. 

  2. Hydrology Expert for the project on Preparation of Payra-Kuakata Comprehensive Plan Focusing on Eco-Tourism, Client: Urban Development Directorate (UDD), 2022.

  3. An Investigation on the Causes of Embankment Failure and Recommendations for Sustainable Solutions, Client: BWDB, 2022.

  4. Vetting Services on the design and drawings for the construction of the ferry ghat and bank erosion measures at the Paturia and Doulatdia, Client: BIWTA, Dhaka, 2021.

  5. Morphological Study of the Meghna River for Crossing Towers of Brahmanbaria-Narsingdi 132kV Double Circuit Transmission Line, Client: Power Grid Company of Bangladesh Ltd. (PGCB), 2021. 

  6. Climate Inclusive Inundation Modelling for Gaibandha Sadar under Gaibandha Strategic Development Plan, Client: BRAC, Dhaka, 2021.

  7. Morphological study of the Passur River Crossing of the 230kV Double Circuit Transmission Line at Rupsha on Turnkey Basis Under NWPGCL Project, Client: Southern Engg. & Technology, Dhaka, 2021.

  8. Feasibility Study and Detailed Design for the Construction of an Elevated Expressway/Road from Mithamain Sadar Upazila to Karimganj Upazila via Mithmain Cantonment of Kishoreganj District, Client: Bangladesh Bridge Authority (BBA), Dhaka, 2021.

  9. Hydrological Assessment of the Project Area at Diabari, Client: Grameen Telecom Trust, Dhaka, 2021.

  10. Review of the Hydro-morphological Study of the 1490 m Teesta Bridge Under Construction Focusing River Training Works (RTW), Client: LGED, Dhaka, 2021.

  11. Feasibility Study for Installing and Operating Cable Car at Madhabkundo Eco- Park including survey equipment, Client: Department of Forest, Dhaka, 2021.

  12. Water Quality Monitoring (WQM) of water courses located in transboundary/shared catchments in Bangladesh, Client: World Bank, Dhaka, 2020.

  13. Technical Support Service for the Engineering, Procurement and Construction including Installation and Commissioning of a Complete Ship Docking and Repair Facility at BNS Mongla, Client: Bangladesh Navy, March 2020 - March 2023. (Worked as a member of the team led by the Department of Civil Engineering, BUET).

  14. Hydrologic Design and Report Preparation for the Dhaka Bypass Expressway in Bangladesh, Client: Dhaka Bypass Expressway Development Company Limited, Dhaka, August - November 2019.

  15. Hydrological and Morphological Mathematical Modeling Studies for Construction of Bishkhali Bridge on Patuakhali-Amtali-Barguna-Kakchira Road (R-880) over Bishkhali River, Client: Bangladesh Bridge Authority (BBA) through Joint Venture Association of STUP Consultant Pvt. Ltd., COWI UK Limited, DDC Ltd. and Dev Consultants Ltd., Dhaka, 2018.

  16. Padma Bridge Rail Link Project (PBRLP), Client: Bangladesh Railway through Construction Supervision Consultant (CSC), Bangladesh Army, Dhaka, 2018. 

  17. Urban Drainage Design for Gopalganj Pourashava Considering Climate Change, Client: Local Government Engineering Department (LGED), Dhaka, 2018.

  18. Feasibility Study for Flood Control, Drainage and Irrigation System at Gowainghat in Sylhet District, Client: Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB), Dhaka, 2018. 

  19. Feasibility Study and Detailed Design for Development of Jetties and Infrastructure at Mirsarai & Sandwip at Chittagong, Subrang-Jaliar Dwip at Teknaf and Sonadia Dwip at Cox’s Bazar, Client: Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA), 2018.

  20. Feasibility Study with ESIA for Resuscitation of Ichamoti River in Pabna District, Client: Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB), Dhaka, 2018.

  21. Review of the Modules of Regional Capacity Building in Water Governance, Client: International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), New Delhi, India, 2018.

  22. Flood and Erosion Risks Mitigation and Geotechnical Stability Study for the Proposed Solar Plant Site of the Rangs Group at Pirgacha Upazila of Rangpur District, Client:  RTK  Energy Solutions Ltd., Dhaka, 2018.

  23. New Bridge for the Feasibility Study of Upgrading of National Highway the Sub-Regional Road Transport Project, Client: Roads and Highways Department through Hifab International AB, Dhaka, 2017.

  24. Hydro-Morphological Study of Hanging Bridge over Naf river Connecting RHD road with Jalia Dwip at Teknaf Upazila of Cox’s Bazar, Client: Bangladesh Economic Zones Authority (BEZA) through A 2 Z Technologies Limited, Dhaka, 2017. 

  25. Morphological Stability Analysis of the Kirtonkhola River at Taltala, Client: Power Grid Company of Bangladesh Ltd. (PGCB), Dhaka, 2017.

  26. Hydro-Morphological Study for constructing three bridges over the Dhaleswari, Ichamati and Madhumati rivers at 1st and 2nd km of the Keraniganj (Syedpur)-Hasara-Birtara-Singpara-Kajalpur-Nagerhar Road (z-8203), Client: Roads and Highways Department (RHD), 2017.

  27. Hydrological/Hydraulic and Morphological Study under Detailed F/S for Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib International Airport Project, Client: Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) through Nippon Koei Co, Dhaka, 2017-2018.

  28. Hydro-morphological Analysis and Design for the Extension of Runway of Cox's Bazar Airport (Phase II), Client: Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB), Dhaka, 2017-2018. (Worked as a member of the team led by the Department of Civil Engineering, BUET).

  29. Review of Design of Embankment and Shore Protection for Cox's Bazar Airport, Client: Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB), Dhaka, 2016. (Worked as a member of the team led by the Department of Civil Engineering, BUET).

  30. Hydrological and Morphological Study for Construction of a RCC Bridge over the Jalburunga River, Client: Local Government Engineering Department (LGED) through Joint Venture of Engineering & Planning Consultants Ltd. and Soils and Foundations Ltd., October - November, 2016.

  31. Hydro-Morphological Modeling and Feasibility Study for Integrated Development of Proposed Sheikh Hasina Cantonment; Client: Bangladesh Army through Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), February - December 2016.

  32. Assessment of the Impact of Hot Water Plume on the Ambient Water Quality, Client: Orion Power Dhaka Limited, 2016.

  33. Review/Update of the Feasibility Study on the Drainage Improvement of Dhaka-Narayanganj-Demra (DND) Project, Client: Dhaka South City Corporation, Dhaka, 2016.

  34. Kuril to Balu River Canal System Planning, Design and Construction Top Supervision, Client: RAJUK (Capital Development Authority), Dhaka, 2016 -2018. (Worked as a member the team led by the Department of Civil Engineering, BUET).

  35. Purbachal Expressway System and Internal Bridges Planning, Design and Construction Top Supervision, Client: RAJUK (Capital Development Authority), Dhaka, 2016-2018. (Worked as a member of the team led by the Department of Civil Engineering, BUET).

  36. Assessment of Floods and Drainage and Its Policy Implications for Preparation of Development Plan for Benapole-Jessore Highway Corridor, Client: Urban Development Directorate (UDD), Dhaka, 2016.

  37. Hydrolo-Morphological Study and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of Bridges over Different Rivers in Bangladesh; Client: Local Government Engineering Department (LGED), 2010 - date.

  38. Hydro-Morphological Study of Bridges over Different Rivers in Bangladesh; Client: Roads and Highways Department (RHD), 2010 - date.

  39. Drainage Analysis and Design for the BRAC University Site, Client: BRAC University, Dhaka, 2015.

  40. Hydro-Morphological Study of Bridges over Different Rivers in Bangladesh; Client: Local Government Engineering Department (LGED) through Hifab Ltd., 2015 - 2016.

  41. Hydro-Morphological Study of Bridges over Different Rivers in Bangladesh; Client: Local Government Engineering Department (LGED) through RPMC Ltd., 2012 - 2016.

  42. Selection of Area of Intervention in the Coastal Districts of Bangladesh under Climate Change Adaptation Programme for the Climate Resilient Rural Infrastructure Project; Client: Local Government Engineering Department (LGED), 2015.

  43. Assessment of Flood Flow Vulnerability for Orion Power Dhaka Limited at Meghna Plant Site and Orion Power Khulna Limited at Mongla Plant Site; Client: Orion Group, 2014.

  44. Hydro-Morphological Study of Bridges over Different Rivers in Bangladesh; Client: Local Government Engineering Department (LGED) through Kranti Associates Ltd., Dhaka, 2012-2014.

  45. Hydro-Morphological Study of Roads in Different Regions in Bangladesh; Client: Roads and Highways Department (RHD), 2010 - 2013.

  46. Urban Drainage Modeling for Three Selected Coastal Towns of Bangladesh Considering Climate Change; Client: Local Government Engineering Department (LGED) through AECOM, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2012-2013.

  47. Geotechnical Investigation of Moulavibazar Sites; Client: Chevron, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2010. (Worked as a member of the team led by the Department of Civil Engineering, BUET).

  48. Checking Design of Lake Development Work of Uttara Residential Model Town (3rd Phase); Client: RAJUK (Capital Development Authority), Dhaka, 2010. (Worked as a member of the team led by the Department of Civil Engineering, BUET).

  49. Development of Navigability of Two Inland Waterways and One Khal Connected to Baulia River by Dredging; Client: Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA), Dhaka, 2009.

  50.  Advisory Services on Dredging Activities, Client: Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA), Dhaka, 2006.

  51. Research on the Effect of Bandalling on River Flow and Morphology; Client: River Research Institute (RRI), Faridpur, 2006.

  52. Hydrological and Drainage Study of the Development Proposal of Uttara Residential Model Town (3rd Phase); Client: RAJUK (Capital Development Authority), Dhaka, 2005. (Worked as a member of the team led by the Department of Civil Engineering, BUET).

  53. Water Resources System Models of the Computational Framework for Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM); Client: Center for Environmental and Geographic Information Services (CEGIS), Dhaka, 2003.

  54. Impact of Surface Water Irrigation on Groundwater Table, OGDA (Options for Ganges Dependent Areas) Studies, National Water Management Plan; Client: Water Resources Planning Organization (WARPO) through Sir William Halcrow and Partners, Dhaka, 2001.

  55. Studies of Low Flows of the Ganges, Gorai and Jamuna Rivers, OGDA (Options for Ganges Dependent Areas) Studies, National Water Management Plan; Client: Water Resources Planning Organization (WARPO) through Sir William Halcrow and Partners, Dhaka, 2001.

Keynote Speech / Invited Talk

  1. Designing a Post Graduate Programme on Humanitarian Engineering for a Floodplain Country, Engineering and Science for Deeply Uncertain Times conference, organized by the University of Warwick, UK, 27 February 2023.

  2. Nature-Based Solutions for Coastal Disaster Management in Bangladesh, 14th South Asia Conference on Think20@G20: Towards a Resilient South Asia, Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (MP-IDSA), New Delhi, 18 January 2023.

  3. Designing a Post Graduate Programme on Humanitarian Engineering for a Floodplain Country, ENHANCE Asia Symposium, Udayana University, Bali, Indonesia, 20-21 December 2022.

  4. Nature-Based Solutions for Coastal Protection in Bangladesh, International Conference on Climate Change and Sustainability: Education, Environment, Energy and Economy (ICCCS:EEEE), Dhaka, 12-13 November 2022.  

  5. Climate Change and Hydro-Morphological Response to the Brahmaputra River, International Conference on Environmental Protection for Sustainable Development (ICEPSD-2022), Forest and Environment Affairs Sub-Committee, 2 September 2022, Dhaka. 

  6. Onset of flood, sediment influx and morphological response of the Brahmaputra River, International Workshop on Flood Risk and Climate Change Adaptation, organized by the Alliance of International Science Organizations (ANSO); The Newton Fund; Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Feb 11, 2022.   

  7. Sediment Influx and Morphological Response of the Brahmaputra River, Webinar on Geomorphological Features of The Bangladesh Delta: Challenges for Efficient Water Management, organized by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Maritime University and Nuffic, 28 September 2021, Dhaka.

  8. Water-Energy-Food Nexus and Sustainable Development Goals in Bangladesh, Webinar on Humanitarian Engineering for Sustainable Development, 5 June 2021, Dhaka.

  9. Impact of Climate Change on Extreme Floods of the Brahmaputra River in Bangladesh, 1st International Symposium on “Humanitarian Engineering Challenges and Approache, University of West Attica, Greece, 18-19 May 2021.

  10. River Erosion Management in Bangladesh, Webinar Series on Flood Management, Dhaka, 27 October 2020.

  11. High-end impact of climate change on the flood flow and low flow of the Brahmaputra river in Bangladesh, Webinar on Faculty Development Program on Climate Change and Hydrologic Extreme, organized by the Department of Civil Engineering and Water Institute, Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences, 22 July 2020, Coimbatore, India.

  12. Climate-Induced Long-term Water Availability in the Ganges River in Bangladesh, Tropical Hydrology, Meteorology, and Disaster Mitigation Forum, 21 November 2019, Haikou, Hainan Province, China.

  13. Water-Energy-Food Nexus: Path Making for Sustainable Development Goals in the Context of Bangladesh,  Dhaka Water Knowledge Days, 28 October 2019, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  14. Low Flow Assessment of the Brahmaputra River, Workshop, organized by the Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) on 8 November 2017 in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  15. An Overview of the State of Research on Upstream – Downstream Linkages in Sustainable Development and Climate Change and Adaptation in Higher Education Institutions in Bangladesh, Workshop on Network Building among Higher Education Institutions for Trans-Boundary/Regional Collaboration, Jointly Organized by Himalayan University Consortium (HUC) and Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh on 23 August, 2017.

  16. Sediment Rating Curve for the Lower Brahmaputra River in Bangladesh, Third Pole Science Summit (TPSS), organized by the Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Science (ITPCAS) on 10 July, 2017 in Kunming, China

  17. Emerging Issues of Flood Risk Management in Bangladesh, Seminar organized by the UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education on 13 June, 2017 in Delft, the Netherlands.

  18. Agro-Ecosystem and Mountain Agriculture in the Hilly Regions of Bangladesh, Inception Meeting of HIMALICA-HUC Higher Education for Mountain Agriculture Work Group, organized by the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) during 21-22 February, 2017 in Kathmandu, Nepal.

  19. Hydrological characteristics of flood flow and low flow of the Brahmaputra river in Bangladesh, Seminar organized by the Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Science (ITPCAS) on 5 August, 2016 in Beijing, China.

  20. Emerging Issues of Flood Risk Management in Bangladesh, Workshop on Flood Risk Management, organized by the Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief, Government of Bangladesh on 22 June, 2016 in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  21. Characteristics of Hydro-Climatic Extremes in Bangladesh, International Symposium on Impacts of Atmospheric Extreme Events on Geo-Surface: In a Changing Climate held during May 14-15, 2015 in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

  22. Characteristics of the Low Flow Extremes of the Brahmaputra River in Bangladesh, 13th CAS-TWAS-WMO Forum International Symposium on Extreme Weather and Climate: Past, Present and Future held during September 8-11, 2014 in Beijing, China.

  23. Impact of Climate Change on Rainfall and Its Implications on Urban Drainage Systems in Three Coastal Towns in Bangladesh, International Conference on Asian Monsoon and Climate Change held during 20-21 January, 2014 in Islamabad, Pakistan.

  24. Morphological Characteristics and Channelization of Alluvial Rivers in Bangladesh in the Context of Riverine Ecosystem, Technical Roundtable: Dimensions of River Morphology in the GBM Region, organized by IUCN on 13 December, 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand.

  25. Changing Scenarios of Wetlands in and around Dhaka City, International Regional Science Meeting on Land Cover and Land Use Change Dynamics and Impacts in South Asia, organized by NASA Land-Cover/Land-Use Change Program, Centre for Water Resources Development and Management, International START Secretariat, Monsoon Asia Integrated Regional Study and the University of Maryland held during 10-13 January, 2013 in Coimbatore, India.

  26. Water Management Issues in Bangladesh, seminar organized by Hydraulic Laboratory of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering of Hiroshima University on 10 January, 2007 in Hiroshima, Japan.

  27. Three-Dimensional Flow Fields in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel under Steady and Unsteady Flow Conditions, seminar organized by Institute of Water and Flood Management in 2001 in BUET, Dhaka.

  28. Influence of Nose Angle on Sediment Distribution at Channel Bifurcation, seminar organized by River and Environmental Engineering Laboratory, University of Tokyo in 1997 in Tokyo, Japan.

Lectures as Resource Person in Short Course / Training Program

  1. Hydrological Analysis of River Flows and Design of Embankment and Its Protection from River Bank Erosion, Capacity Building Training Program: An Investigation on the Causes of Embankment Failure and Recommendations for Sustainable Solutions, Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWB), 22 January 2023.

  2. Changes in Hydrological and Hydraulic Design, Training on Staff Engineers on Climate and Flood Vulnerability Assessment and Considerations for Climate Resilient Infrastructure Design, LGED, Dhaka, 10 October 2022.

  3. GIS Application and Best Practices in Water and Flood Management in Bangladesh, Certificate Course on GIS and its Applications, Centre on Integrated Rural Development for Asia and the Pacific (CIRDAP), Dhaka, 6 December 2019. 

  4. Exploring Recent Global Disasters due to Extreme Climatic Events, Post Graduate Diploma Program on Disaster Management, Institute of Disaster Management and Vulnerability Studies (IDMVS), Dhaka University, 19 August, 2016.

  5. Flood Damage Assessment, Short Course on 'Flood Risk Assessment and Management', organized by Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology (CUET) and UNESCO-IHE, held at the Department of Civil Engineering, CUET, Chittagong, 1 December 2015.

  6. Environment, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management: Key Concept and Issues, Training Course on Mainstreaming Environment and Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management into Development Planning, National Academy for Planning and Development (NAPD), Ministry of Planning, 11 August, 2015, Dhaka.

  7. Flood Hazard Monitoring Using Satellite Imagery: A Case Study, Short Course on Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Management, organized by the Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 24 May, 2015.

  8. Remote Sensing System and Digital Image Processing,  Short Course on Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Management, organized by the Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 22 May, 2015.

  9. Introduction to Remote Sensing,  Short Course on Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Management, organized by the Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 22 May, 2015.

  10. Hydrological Events and Probability Analysis, Training Workshop on Urban Drainage Modeling for Coastal Towns of Bangladesh Considering Climate Change, organized by the Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) and sponsored by Asian Development Bank (ADB), 22 April, 2013.

  11. Generation of Rainfall Extremes, Training Workshop on Urban Drainage Modeling for Coastal Towns of Bangladesh Considering Climate Change, organized by the Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) and sponsored by Asian Development Bank (ADB), 22 April, 2013.

  12. Urban Drainage Study: Hydrological Data Requirement and Analysis, Training Workshop on Hydrological Data Collection and Instrument Installation, organized by the Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM) of BUET, 14 July, 2012.

  13. Channelization and Restoration of Rivers, Short Course on Conservation of Riverine Ecosystem under Changing Environment, organized by the Directorate of Continuing Education in association with the Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM) of BUET, 3 April, 2011.

  14. Introduction to GIS, Training on GIS and Remote Sensing in Disaster Management, organized by the Department of Disaster Risk Management and Sustainable Development, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia, 13-15 September, 2011.

  15. Data Model and Structure, Input of Geospatial Data, Training on GIS and Remote Sensing in Disaster Management, organized by the Department of Disaster Risk Management and Sustainable Development, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia, 13-15 September, 2011.

  16. Spatial Database, Coordinate System and Map Projection, Training on GIS and Remote Sensing in Disaster Management, organized by the Department of Disaster Risk Management and Sustainable Development, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia, 13-15 September, 2011.

  17. Introduction to Remote Sensing, Training on GIS and Remote Sensing in Disaster Management, organized by the Department of Disaster Risk Management and Sustainable Development, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia, 13-15 September, 2011.

  18. Principles of Remote Sensing, Training on GIS and Remote Sensing in Disaster Management, organized by the Department of Disaster Risk Management and Sustainable Development, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia, 13-15 September, 2011.

  19. Visual Image Interpretation, Training on GIS and Remote Sensing in Disaster Management, organized by the Department of Disaster Risk Management and Sustainable Development, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia, 13-15 September, 2011.

  20. Digital Image Processing, Training on GIS and Remote Sensing in Disaster Management, organized by the Department of Disaster Risk Management and Sustainable Development, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia, 13-15 September, 2011.

  21. Case Studies: Applications of GIS and Remote Sensing in Disaster Management and Natural Resource Management, Training on GIS and Remote Sensing in Disaster Management, organized by the Department of Disaster Risk Management and Sustainable Development, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia, 13-15 September, 2011.

  22. Hands-on-training on Digital Image Processing and Drought Assessment, Training on GIS and Remote Sensing in Disaster Management, organized by the Department of Disaster Risk Management and Sustainable Development, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia, 13-15 September, 2011.

  23. Hands-on-training on Digital Image Processing and Drought Assessment, Training on GIS and Remote Sensing in Disaster Management, organized by the Department of Disaster Risk Management and Sustainable Development, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia, 13-15 September, 2011.

  24. Hands-on-training on Flood Assessment, Training on GIS and Remote Sensing in Disaster Management, organized by the Department of Disaster Risk Management and Sustainable Development, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia, 13-15 September, 2011.

  25. Hydrological Investigation: Flood Flow and Low Flow Analysis, Training on Hydro-morphological Study of Bridge, organized by the Local Government Engineering Department (LGED), December, 2010.

  26. Water Right and Equity, Training of Trainers (ToT) on IWRM Concept and Its Practices, organized by the Centre for Environmental and Geographic Information Services (CEGIS) and the Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM) of BUET in association with Bangladesh Water Partnership (BWP), 27 November, 2010.

  27. Water Right and Equity, Training of Trainers Workshop on Integrated Water Resources Management Concepts and Principles: Capacity Strengthening of Water and Environmental Academicians of Public and Private Universities, Sponsored by CAP-Net and BACS and organized by the Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, Dhaka, 5-6 July, 2010

  28. Water and Rights in Bangladesh, Staff Training on Water and Rights, Kathmandu, Nepal, 5-12 January, 2010.

  29. Remote sensing systems,  Short Course on Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Management, organized by Directorate of Continuing Education (DCE) and Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 6-8 June, 2009

  30. Digital image processing and visualization Short Course on Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Management, organized by Directorate of Continuing Education (DCE) and Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 6-8 June, 2009

  31. Flood hazard monitoring using multi-temporal imagery, Short Course on Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Management, organized by Directorate of Continuing Education (DCE) and Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 6-8 June, 2009

  32. GeoInformatics in Water Resources Modeling and Management, Training Program on Mathematical Modeling for the Research on the Effect of Bandalling on River flow and Morphology: Phase 2, organized by Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 16 September, 2006.

  33. Introduction to remote sensing, Short Course on Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Management, organized by Directorate of Continuing Education (DCE) and Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 2 September, 2006

  34. Remote sensing systems, Short Course on Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Management, organized by Directorate of Continuing Education (DCE) and Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 2 September, 2006

  35. Digital image processing and visualization, Short Course on Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Management, organized by Directorate of Continuing Education (DCE) and Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 2 September, 2006

  36. Flood hazard monitoring using multi-temporal imagery, Short Course on Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Management, organized by Directorate of Continuing Education (DCE) and Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 2 September, 2006

  37. Flow fields in river channels, Training Program on Mathematical Modeling for the Research on the Effect of Bandalling on River flow and Morphology: Phase I, Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 6 May 2006

  38. Flood management options, Short Course on Water and Flood Management for Journalists, Press Institute of Bangladesh (PIB) and Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 21 November 2005.

  39. Introduction to remote sensing, Short Course on Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Management, organized by Directorate of Continuing Education (DCE) and Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 21 November 2005.

  40. Remote sensing systems, Short Course on Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Management, organized by Directorate of Continuing Education (DCE) and Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 21 November 2005.

  41. Digital image processing and visualization, Short Course on Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Management, organized by Directorate of Continuing Education (DCE) and Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 21 November 2005.

  42. Flood hazard monitoring using multi-temporal imagery, Short Course on Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Management, organized by Directorate of Continuing Education (DCE) and Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, 2 September, 2006.

Presentation of Papers in Conferences / Symposium / Workshop

  1.  Hydrological Analysis of River Flows and Design of Embankment and Its Protection from River Bank Erosion, International Perspectives on Water Resources and the Environment (IPWE 2023) Conference, Special Session on Causes of Embankment Failure, 5 January 2023, Dhaka. 

  2. Impact of Land Use Change on Ecosystem Services in a Coastal Town of Bangladesh, 2nd Symposium on Humanitarian Engineering, The University of West Attica, Greece, 15 September 2022.

  3. Designing a Post Graduate Programme on Humanitarian Engineering for a Floodplain Country, 2nd Symposium on Humanitarian Engineering, The University of West Attica, Greece, 15 September 2022.

  4. Bioengineering Interventions for Disaster Management in Coastal Bangladesh, 2nd Symposium on Humanitarian Engineering, The University of West Attica, Greece, 13 September 2022. 

  5. Assessment of Water-Energy-Food Nexus in Bangladesh's Perspective in the Context of Sustainable Development Goals, Workshop on Harnessing of water-energy-food nexus for making path of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to the country actions in Asia, Dhaka, 27 June 2019.

  6. Assessment of Climate-Induced Long-term Water Availability in the Ganges River Basin, Workshop on Harnessing of Climate-Water-Energy Nexus for Resource Security in the Ganges River Basin, Dhaka, 18 November 2018.

  7. Water-energy-food nexus perspective: Path making for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to country actions in Bangladesh, Workshop organized by the Institute of Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Yokohama, Japan, 17 July 2018.

  8. Recent Trends of Sediment Loads in the Lower Brahmaputra River in Bangladesh in the International Conference on Mountain Resources and Livelihoods in the Hindu Kush Himalayan Region: Higher Education Research and Regional Collaboration for Sustainable Mountain Development, Organized by ICIMOD-HUC & Sichuan University in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China during 29 October – 01 November 2017.

  9. Change of Extreme and Mean Flows of the Brahmaputra River due to Climate Change, Expert Workshop on High End Climate Impact and Extremes (HELIX), Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Dhaka, 30 April 2016.

  10. Land Use and Land Cover Change Detection in Kaptai Lake Basin, GOFC-GOLD Data Initiative Workshop, Boston University, Boston, USA, 15 August 2014.

  11. Agricultural Land Use Change and Its Implications to Ecosystem Services in the Ganges Delta, GOFC-GOLD Data Initiative Workshop, EROS Data Center, USGS, Sioux Falls, USA, 31 July 2014.

  12. Prediction of Water Surface Elevation in a Steep Doubly Meandering Compound Channel Using CIP-Based Scheme, 2nd International Conference on Water and Flood Management, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 15-17 March, 2009.

  13. Flow Analysis During Rising and Falling Stages in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, 16th APD-IAHR Congress, Nanjing, China, 20-23 October, 2008.

  14. Stochastic Modelling and Prediction of the Ganges Flow, 16th APD-IAHR Congress, Nanjing, China, 20-23 October, 2008.

  15. Flood Management Options in a Floodplain Country, High-level International Forum on Water Resources and Hydropower, Beijing, China, October, 2008.

  16. 3-D Flood Flow Structures in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel under Dominant Relative Depth, Symposium on Applied Mechanics, Sendai, Japan, 9 September, 2008.

  17. Unsteady Flow Pattern in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics - River Flow, Izmir, Turkey, 3-5 September, 2008.

  18. Prediction of Water Surface Elevation in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel Using CIP-Based Scheme, International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics - River Flow, Izmir, Turkey, 3-5 September, 2008.

  19. Flow Pattern in a doubly meandering compound channel under steep gradient, 5th International Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics, Arizona State University, Tempe, USA, 7 December, 2007.

  20. Primary velocity distribution in a doubly meandering compound channel under steady flow condition, 5th International Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics, Arizona State University, Tempe, USA, 7 December, 2007.

  21. Velocity Distribution in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel under Unsteady Flow Condition, International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering, Hiroshima University, Japan, 11 October, 2007.

  22. Attenuation of Flood Flow in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, 9th International Summer Symposium, Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE), Yokohama National University, Japan, 18 September, 2007.

  23. Velocity Distribution under Low Relative Depth in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, 9th International Summer Symposium, Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE), Yokohama National University, Japan, 18 September, 2007.

  24. The Fate of the Gorai River in Relation to Sedimentation at its Offtake, JSCE Annual Meeting, Hiroshima University, Japan, 13 September, 2007.

  25. Effect of Longitudinal Slope on Flow Pattern in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, Symposium on Applied Mechanics, Hiroshima, Japan, 11 September, 2007.

  26. Secondary Flow Structures in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, 32nd Congress of IAHR, Venice, Italy, 4 July, 2007.

  27. Erosion and Non-Point Source Pollution Modeling of Tarapur, Bangladesh Using Geo-Hydro-Informatics, ITC, Enschede, Netherlands, 21 September, 2004.

  28. Predicting Sediment Transport in the Ganges River: Unit Stream Power Approach, Third Annual Paper Meet and International Conference on Civil Engineering, Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), Dhaka, Bangladesh, 18 July 2003.

  29. Hydraulic Characteristics of Low Flow of the Brahmaputra at Bahadurabad, Second Annual Paper Meet and International Conference on Civil Engineering, Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), Dhaka, Bangladesh, 17-18 July 2003.

  30. Nodal Point Relation at a Symmetrical Channel Bifurcation, First Annual Paper Meet and International Conference on Civil Engineering, Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), Chittagong, Bangladesh, 2001.

  31. Scouring Around Nose-tip of Channel Bifurcation, World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), May 23, 2001, Orlando, USA.

  32. Influence of Longitudinal Slope on Secondary Flow Structures in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, 2nd International Summer Symposium, Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE), Tokyo, Japan, 2000.

  33. Influence of Upstream Discharge on Sediment Distribution at Channel Bifurcation, 2nd International Summer Symposium, Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE), Tokyo, Japan, 2000.

  34. On the Distribution of Sediments at Channel Bifurcation, Joint Conference on Water Resources Engineering and Water Resources Planning & Management, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Minneapolis, USA, 2000.

  35. Hydraulic Characteristics of a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, Joint Conference on Water Resources Engineering and Water Resources Planning & Management, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Minneapolis, USA, 2000.

  36. Secondary Currents in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, 1st International Summer Symposium, Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE), Tokyo, Japan, 1999.

  37. Storm Water Drainage by Surface Drains in Azimpur Area: A Situation Analysis, 42nd Annual Convention of the Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), Dhaka, Bangladesh, 26 December, 1996.

Publication

Peer Reviewed Journals

  1. Husna, N., Bari, S.F., Islam, GMT, Islam, AKMS, (2023):  Modelling drought as a climate change indicator in the southwest coastal region of Bangladesh Int. J. of Hydrology Science and Technology, Inderscience.
  2. Islam, AFMT, Islam, AKMS, Islam, GMT, Bala, SKB, Salehin, M, Choudhury, AK, Dey, NC, Mahboob, GM (2023). Simulation of water productivity of wheat in northwestern Bangladesh using multi-satellite data, Agricultural Water Management, Volume 281, 2023.
  3. Chowdhury, M.E., Islam, AKMS,   Lemans, M., Hegnauer, M., Sajib, A.R., Pieu, N.M., Das, M.K., Shadia, N., Haque, A., Roy, B., Billah, M., Abdullah, F., Mamoon, W.B., Kaiser, S., Bala, S.K., Islam,  GMT., Sarker, G.C., Rahman, S., Vhuyan, A. (2022): An efficient flash flood forecasting system for the un-gaged Meghna basin using open source platform Delft-FEWS , Envoronmental Modelling and Software.
  4. Husna, N., Bari, S.F., Islam, GMT, Islam, AKMS, (2022):  Groundwater drought assessment in Southwestern Bangladesh, Int. J. of Hydrology Science and Technology, Inderscience.
  5. Islam, AFMT,  Islam, AKMS, Islam, GMT, Bala, SK, Salehin, M., Choudhury, AK (2022): Adaptation strategies to increase water productivity of wheat under changing climate, Agricultural Water Management 264, 107499.
  6. Begum, MS, Bala, SK, Islam, AKMS, Islam, GMT,  Roy, D (2021): An Analysis of Spatio-Temporal Trends of Land Surface Temperature in the Dhaka Metropolitan Area by Applying Landsat Images Journal of Geographic Information System 13 (4), 538-560
  7. Roy, B., Islam, G.M.T., Islam, AS, Bhattacharya, B, Khan, MJU (2021). Trend Analysis of pre-monsoon flash floods to assess the impact on Boro Productivity for the Northeast Haor region of Bangladesh, Water Productivity Journal.  
  8. Newton, I.H., Islam, G.M.T., Islam, ASM, Razzaque, S., Bala, S.K. (2021): A conjugate application of MODIS/Terra data and empirical method to assess reference evapotranspiration for the southwest region of Bangladesh, Environmental Earth Sciences.
  9. Nowreen, S., Newton, I.H., Zzaman, R.U., Islam, A.S., Islam, G.M.T., Alam, M.S. (2021): Development of potential map for groundwater abstraction in the northwest region of Bangladesh using RS-GIS-based weighted overlay analysis and water-table-fluctuation technique. Environ Monit Assess 193, 24 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10661-020-08790-5
  10. Khan, M.J.U.K, Islam, A.K.M.S., Das, M.K., Mohammed, K., Bala, S.K., Islam, G.M.T. (2020): Future changes in meteorological drought characteristics over Bangladesh projected by the CMIP5 multi-model ensemble. Climatic Change 162, 667-685 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-020-02832-0

  11. Khan, M.J.U., Islam, A.S., Bala, S.K., Islam, G.M.T. (2020): Changes in climate extremes over Bangladesh at 1.5 deg C, 2 deg C, and 4 deg C of global warming with high-resolution regional climate modeling. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00704-020-03164-w

  12. Das, M.K, Islam, AKMS, Karmakar, S, Khan, J.U., Mohammed, K., Islam, G.M.T., Bala, S.K., Hopson, T (2019): Synoptic flow patterns and large-scale characteristics of flash flood-producing rainstorms over northeast Bangladesh, Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics.

  13. Rahman, S., Islam, A.S., Tazkia, A.R., Shaha, P.K., Krien, Y., Durand, F., Testut, L., Islam, G.M.T., Bala, S.K. (2019): Projected changes of inundation of cyclonic storms in the Ganges–Brahmaputra–Meghna delta of Bangladesh due to SLR by 2100, J. of Earth System Science, 128:145. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12040-019-1184-8. 

  14. Roy, B., Islam, A.K.M., Islam, G.M.T., Khan, M.J.U., Bhattacharya, B., Ali, M.H., Khan, A.S., Hossain, M.S., Sarker, G.C., Pieu, N.M. (2019): Frequency Analysis of Flash Floods for Establishing New Danger Levels for the Rivers in the Northeast Haor Region of Bangladesh, J. of Hydrologic Engineering, 24(4).

  15. Uddin, MN, Islam, A.S., Bala, SK, Islam, GMT, Adhikary, S, Shaha, D, Haque, S, Fahad, GR, Akhter, R (2019): Mapping of Climate Vulnerability of the Coastal Regions of Bangladesh using Principal Component Analysis, Applied Geography, 102, 47-57. doi:10.1016/j.apgeog.2018.12.011.

  16. Newton, I.H., Islam, A.F.M.T., Islam, A.K.M.S., Islam, G.M.T., Tahsin, A., Razzak, S. (2018): Yield prediction model for Potato using LANDSAT time series images driven vegetation indices Remote Sensing in Earth Systems Science, https://doi.org/10.1007/s41976-018-0006-0 .

  17. Khan, J.U., Islam, A.K.M.S., Das, M.K., Mohammed, K. Bala, S.K., Islam, G.M.T. (2018): Observed Trends in Climate Extremes over Bangladesh from 1981 to 2010, Climate Research, DOI: https://doi.org/10.3354/cr01539.    

  18. Mohammed, K., Islam, A.S., Islam, G.M.T., Alfieri, L., Khan, M.J.U., Bala, S.K., Das, M.K. (2018): Future floods in Bangladesh under 1.5°C, 2°C and 4°C global warming scenarios, J. of Hydrologic Engineering, 23(12), December 2018, https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001705.

  19. Ali, M.H., Bhattacharya, B., Islam, A.S., Islam, G.M.T., Hossain, M.S., Khan, A.S. (2018): Challenges for flood risk management in flood prone Sirajganj region of Bangladesh, J. of Flood Risk Management. 2018;e12450. https://doi.org/10.1111/ jfr3.12450.

  20. Mohammed, K, Islam A.S., Islam, G.M.T., Alfieri, L. Bala, S.K., Khan, M.J.U. (2017): Extreme Flows and Water Availability of the Brahmaputra River under 1.5 and 2°C Global Warming Scenarios, Climate Change (2017) 145:159–175. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-017-2073-2.

  21. Islam A.S., Paul, S., Mohammed, K., Billah, M., Fahad, M.G.R., Hasan, M.A., Islam, G.M.T., Bala, S.K. (2017): Hydrological response to climate change of the Brahmaputra basin using CMIP5 General Circulation Model ensemble. J. of Water and Climate,  https://doi.org/10.2166/wcc.2017.076.

  22. Fahad, M.G., Islam, AS, Nazari, R, Hasan, MA, Islam, GMT, Bala, SK (2017): Regional changes of precipitation and temperature over Bangladesh using bias corrected multi-model ensemble projections considering high emission pathways. International J. of Climatology, https://doi.org/10.1002/joc.5284.

  23. Mohammed, K, Islam A.S., Islam, G.M.T., Alfieri, L. Bala, S.K., Khan, M.J.U. (2017): Impact of high-end climate change on floods and low flows of the Brahmaputra River, J. of Hydrologic Engineering, 22 (10), https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001567.

  24. Islam, G.M.T., Islam, A.K.M.S., Shopan, A.A., Rahman, M.M., Lazar, A.N. and Mukhopadhyay, A. (2014): Implications of agricultural land use change to ecosystem services in the Ganges delta, J. of Environmental Management, 161 (2015), 443-452. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2014.11.018.

  25. Baki, M.A.A.B., Bhuiyan, S.R., Hoque, M.M., Salehin, M., Islam, A.S. and Islam, T. (2014): Digital elevation based flood hazard study with and without effect of climate change scenario in Sirajganj Sadar Upazila, Bangladesh, International J. of Surface and Groundwater Management, 1(1), 43-51.

  26. Sultana, M.S., Islam, G.M.T. and Islam, Z. (2009): Pre- and Post-Urban Wetland Area in Dhaka City, Bangladesh: A Remote Sensing and GIS Analysis, J. Water Resource and Protection, December 2009, 1(6), 414-421. http://file.scirp.org/Html/5-9400102_1074.htm. 

  27. Sultana, M.S., Islam. G.M.T. and Islam, Z. (2009): Application of Geoinformatics in Identifying Reduction of Wetlands in Dhaka City, Bangladesh J. of Water Resources Research, 21, December 2009, Dhaka.

  28. Islam, G.M.T., Kawahara, Y. and Tamai, N. (2008): 3-D Flood Flow Structures in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel under Dominant Relative Depth, J. of Applied Mechanics, 11, 735-743, September 2008. https://doi.org/10.2208/journalam.11.735.

  29. Haque, A., Khan, M.S.A., and Islam, G.M.T. (2008): Mitigation of local scour at bridge site using sacrificial piles, Journal of Hydrology and Meteorology, 5(1), March 2008.  

  30. Islam, G.M.T., Kawahara, Y. and Tamai, N. (2007): Effect of Longitudinal Slope on Flow Pattern in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, J. of Applied Mechanics, 10, 903-910, August 2007. https://doi.org/10.2208/journalam.10.903.

  31. Haque, M. A., Rahman,M.M., Islam, G.M.T. and Hussain, M.A. (2007): Scour Mitigation at Bridge Piers using Sacrificial Piles, International J. of Sediment Research, 22(1), March 2007. http://www.cnki.com.cn/Article/CJFDTotal-GJNS200701005.htm.

  32. Islam, G.M.T., Kabir, M.R. and Nishat, N. (2006): Nodal Point Relation for the Distribution of Sediments at Channel Bifurcation, J. of Hydraulic Engineering, 132(10), 1105-1109, October 2006. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9429(2006)132:10(1105).

  33. Islam, G.M.T. and Jaman, S.T. (2006): Modelling Sediment Loads in the Lower Ganges, Bangladesh, Water Management, 159(2), 87-94, June 2006. https://doi.org/10.1680/wama.2006.159.2.87.

  34. Rahman, M.M., Nakagawa, H., Ito, N., Haque, A., Islam, G.M.T., Rahman, M.R. and Hoque, M.M. (2006): Prediction of Local Scour Depth Around Bandal-like Structures, Annual J. of Hydraulic Engineering, 50, 163-168, February 2006. https://doi.org/10.2208/prohe.50.163.

  35. Islam, G.M.T. and Ghosh, M. (2006): Characteristics of Sediment Distribution at Gorai Offtake in Bangladesh, J. of Hydrology and Meteorology, 3(1, 21-26, March 2006.

  36. Islam, G.M.T. and Akhter, S. (2005): Sediment Transport Predictor in the Ganges River, J. of Civil Engineering, 33(2), December 2005.

  37. Islam, G.M.T. and Karim, M.R. (2005): Predicting Downstream Hydraulic Geometry of the Gorai River, J. of Civil Engineering, 33(2), December 2005.

  38. Islam, G.M.T. and Akhter, S. (2005): Sediment Rating Curve for the Ganges River, J. of Civil Engineering, 33(1), June 2005.

  39. Islam, G.M.T. and Akhter, S. (2005): Development of Sediment Rating Curve for the Lower Ganges River in Bangladesh: A New Approach, Journal of Hydrology and Meteorology, 2(1), 61-68, June 2005.

  40. Islam, G.M.T., and Chowdhury, J.U. (2003): Hydraulic Characteristics of the Jamuna River Gauging Section, Bangladesh, J. of Water and Maritime Engineering, 156(3), 219-224, September 2003. https://doi.org/10.1680/wame.2003.156.3.219.

  41. Islam, G.M.T., Kabir, M.R. and Nishat, A. (2002): Experimental Study on Sediment Distribution at Channel Bifurcation, International J. of Sediment Research, 17(2), 124-136, June 2002.

  42. Kobayashi, K., Tamai, N. and Islam, G.M.T. (2000): Experimental Study of Flow Structures in a Double Meandering Compound Channel, Annual J. of Hydraulic Engineering, 44 (2000), 873-878, July 2000. https://doi.org/10.2208/prohe.44.873.

Book Chapters

  1. Islam, A.K.M.S., Khan, A.S., Islam, G.M.T., Bhattacharya, B., Ali, M.H., Hossain, M.S. (2023): Tidal River Management in the Southwest Region of Bangladesh using Mathematical Modeling: Tidal River Management in the Southwest Bangaldesh, Transcending Humanitarian Engineering Strategies for Sustainable Futures, IGI Global (accepted).

  2. Islam, G.M.T., Kremmyda, G., Georgoulas, A.,  Islam, S.L.U., Islam, A.K.M.S., Bala, S.K.,  Shoeb, M. (2023): Examining the Quality Assurance in Engineering Education in Bangladesh, Transcending Humanitarian Engineering Strategies for Sustainable Futures, IGI Global (accepted).

  3. Al-Amin, M and Islam, G.M.T. (2023): Impact of Land Use Change on Ecosystem Services in a Coastal Town of Bangladesh, Transcending Humanitarian Engineering Strategies for Sustainable Futures, IGI Global (accepted).

  4. Islam, AKMS, Mohammed, K., Islam, G.M.T. (2022): Assessment of climate change impacts on floods and low flows of the Brahmaputra River, Environmental Change in South Asia, Springer.

  5. Islam, S.L.U, Islam, G.M.T. (2022): Protective Effects of Existing Coastal Buffers, Coastal Disaster Management in Bangladesh: Vulnerability and Resilience, Routledge.

  6. Abdullah, F., Islam, AKMS,  Tasnia, A., Islam, G.M.T., Bala, S.K. and Pieu, N.M. (2022): Urban Drainage Study for Gopalganj Pourashava Considering Future Climate Change Impacts, In G. M. Tarekul Islam et al. (eds.), Water Management: A View from Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Springer.  https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-95722-3_1

  7. Islam, A.S., Bala, S.K., Islam, G.M.T. (2021): Adaptation Efforts and Policy Guidelines for Bangladesh at Global Warming of 1.5°C, 2°C and 4°C: Adaptation Efforts and Policy Guidelines for Bangladesh at Specific Warming Levels, Modern Challenges and Approaches to Humanitarian Engineering, IGI Global (accepted).

  8. Islam, S.L.U. and Islam, G.M.T. (2021): Humanitarian and Soft Engineering: For Disaster Mitigation in Coastal Bangladesh, Transcending Humanitarian Engineering Strategies for Sustainable Futures, IGI Global (accepted).

  9. Rahman M., Islam G.M.T., Rahman M.M. (2021): Remote Sensing for Monitoring Suspended Sediment Concentration in the Lower Ganges (Padma) River. In: Ribbe L., Haarstrick A., Babel M., Dehnavi S., Biesalski H.K. (eds) Towards Water Secure Societies. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-50653-7_14.

  10. Das M.K. et al. (2020): Investigation of Flash Flood Producing Rainstorm in Northeast Bangladesh Using WRF Model. In: Haque A., Chowdhury A. (eds) Water, Flood Management and Water Security Under a Changing Climate. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-47786-8_11

  11. Newton I.H., Zaman R.U., Nowreen S., Islam A.K.M.S., Razzaque S., Islam G.M.T. (2020): Deciphering of Groundwater Recharge Potential Zones in Dhaka City, Bangladesh by RS and GIS Techniques. In: Haque A., Chowdhury A. (eds) Water, Flood Management and Water Security Under a Changing Climate. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-47786-8_5

International Conference Proceedings

  1. Mondal, M.S., Bala, S.K., Islam, G.M.T., Haque, M.A., Islam, M.R., Biswas, S. (2020): Hydro-morphology of Bangladesh rivers: reflections from a large study, IABSE-JSCE Conference on Advances in Bridge Engineering-IV, Dhaka.

  2. Mamoon, W.B., Kaiser, S., Islam, A.S., Bala, S.K. and Islam, T. (2020): Impact Assessment of Bridge Hydraulics of Ulukhola Bridge and Nagda Bridge over Balu River for a Flood Level with 100-year Return Period, IABSE-JSCE Conference on Advances in Bridge Engineering-IV, Dhaka.

  3. Islam, A.S., Kaiser, S., Mamoon, W.B., Bala, S.K. and Islam, T. (2020): Morphological Analysis and Scour Analysis of Kanchan Bridge over Shitalakhya River for A Flood Level with 100-year Return Period, IABSE-JSCE Conference on Advances in Bridge Engineering-IV, Dhaka.

  4. Das M.K., Islam, A.S., Karmakar, S., Khan, J.U., Mohammed, K., Islam, G.M.T. and Bala, S.K. (2020): Investigation of Flash Flood Producing Rainstorm in Northeast Bangladesh Using WRF Model. In: Haque A., Chowdhury A. (eds) Water, Flood Management and Water Security Under a Changing Climate. Springer, Cham.

  5. Newton, I.H., Zaman, R.U., Nowreen, S., Islam, A.K.M.S., Razzaque, S., Islam, G.M.T. (2020): Deciphering of Groundwater Recharge Potential Zones in Dhaka City, Bangladesh by RS and GIS Techniques. In: Haque A., Chowdhury A. (eds) Water, Flood Management and Water Security Under a Changing Climate. Springer, Cham.

  6. Kremmyda, G, Mottram, T., Georgoulas, A., Koumpouros, Y., Islam, S., Islam, T., Shoeb, M., Debnath, T., Nurika, I., Meidiana, C., Perdana, I., Supraba, I., Nguyen, T.T., Nguyen, A.T., Vu, A.Q., Nguyen, N.T., Pribadi, K, Wirahadikusumah, R. (2020): A Taxonomy of Engineering Attributes for Tackling Humanitarian Challenges, 2020 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON), 27–30 April, 2020, Porto, Portugal.

  7. Sheonti, S.R. and Islam, G.M.T. (2020): Establishment of Rainfall Intensity-Duration-Frequency curves of Khulna, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Civil Engineering for Sustainable Development (ICCESD 2020), 7-9 February 2020, KUET, Khulna, Bangladesh.

  8. Das, M.K., Islam, A.K.M.S., Karmakar, S., Khan, M.J.U, Mohammed, K., Islam, G.M.T. and Bala, S.K. (2019): Investigation of Flash Flood Producing Rainstorm in NE Bangladesh using WRF Model, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Water and Flood Management (ICWFM 2019), 2–4 March 2019, Dhaka, Bangladesh.   

  9. Newton, I.H., Zaman, R.U., Nowreen, S., Islam, A.K.M.S., Islam, G.M.T. and Razzaque, S. (2019): Deciphering of Groundwater Recharge Potential Zones in Dhaka City, Bangladesh by RS and GIS Techniques, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Water and Flood Management (ICWFM 2019), 2–4 March 2019, Dhaka, Bangladesh.   

  10. Abdullah, F., Tasnia, A., Islam, A.K.M.S., Islam, G.M.T., Bala, S.K., Pieu, N.M. (2019): Climate Resilient Urban Drainage Design for Gopalganj Pourashava, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Water and Flood Management (ICWFM 2019), 2–4 March 2019, Dhaka, Bangladesh.     

  11. Roy, B., Islam, G.M.T., Islam, A.K.M., Bhattacharya, B. and Khan, M.J.U. (2019): Trend Analysis of Pre-Monsoon Flash Flood of the North-East Haor Region of Bangladesh, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Water and Flood Management (ICWFM 2019), 2–4 March 2019, Dhaka, Bangladesh.   

  12. Das, P., Islam, A.S.  Islam, G.M.T., Mohammed, K., and Khan, M.J.U. (2017) Hydrologic model SWAT Setup to Predict Flash Flood in the Northeast Haor Regions of Bangladesh. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Water and Flood Management (ICWFM 2017), 4–6 March 2017, IWFM, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh. 

  13. Haque, S., Islam, A.K.M.S, Islam, G.M.T., Salehin, M, Khan, M.J.U. (2017): Event based flash flood simulation at Sunamganj using HEC-HMS, 6th International Conference on Water & Flood Management (ICWFM 2017), 4-6 March 2017, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  14. Roy, B. Islam, A.K.M.S., Islam, G.M.T. (2017): Recommending new warning levels for the river systems of the haor region of Bangladesh in forecasting flash floods, 6th International Conference on Water & Flood Management (ICWFM 2017), 4-6 March 2017, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  15. Kattel, D. B.; Yao, T.; Ullah, K.; Islam, G. M. T. (2016): Forcing Mechanisms for the Variations of Near-surface Temperature Lapse Rates along the Himalayas, Tibetan Plateau (HTP) and Their Surroundings, American Geophysical Union: Fall General Assembly 2016.

  16. Hossain, M.S., Islam, G.M.T., Rahyhan, U., Hassan, S.M.Q., Khan, R.H. (2016): Hydro-Meteorological Investigation of 2015 Flash Flood In Eastern Hill Basin Bangladesh, 3rd International Conference on Advances in Civil Engineering 2016 (ICACE 2016), 21 –23 December 2016 CUET, Chittagong, Bangladesh. 

  17. Rahman, M., Islam, G. M. T., Rahman, M. M. (2016): Landsat ETM+ for Assessing Temporal Variation of Suspended Sediment Concentration in the Padma River, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Water Resources and Environment Research (ICWRER), June 5-9, Kyoto, Japan.

  18. Rahman, M. and Islam, G.M.T. (2015): Assessment of Suspended Sediment Concentration in the Padma River using Landsat ETM+, International Conference on Climate Change and Water Security (ICCWS 2015), 27 December 2015, Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  19. Uddin, M.N., Bala, S. K., Islam, A.K.M.S., Islam, G.M.T., Adhikary, S., Sutradhar, L.C. (2015): Mapping of Vulnerability Paths for Coastal Bangladesh applying Principal Component Analysis, International Conference on Climate Change and Water Security (ICCWS 2015), 27 December, 2015, Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  20. Billah, M., Islam, A. K. M. S., Paul, S., Hasan, M. A., Fahad, M. G. R., Tazkia, A. R., Islam, G. M. T. and Bala, S. K. (2015): Impact of Prospective Climate Change on the Discharge of the Brahmaputra River, Bangladesh using RCP Scenarios, Proceedings of the International Conference on Recent Innovation in Civil Engineering for Sustainable Development (IICSD-2015), 11-13 December, 2015, DUET, Gazipur, Bangladesh.

  21. Tazkia, A.R., Islam, A.K.M.S., Rahamn, M.M., Islam, G.M.T., Bala, S.K. (2015): Validation of Delft3D Model on Complex GBM Delta and Observation of Inundation in Coastal Region of Bangladesh for 1m Sea Level Rise, Proceedings of the International Conference on Recent Innovation in Civil Engineering for Sustainable Development (IICSD-2015), 11-13 December, 2015, DUET, Gazipur, Bangladesh.

  22. Adhikary, S., Bala, S. K., Islam, A. K. M. S., Islam, G.M.T., Shutradhar, L.C., Fahad, M. G. R., Rahman, M. M. and Tazkia, A. R. (2015): An Assessment of Climate Change Vulnerability Index at District Level of Bangladesh in Context of Extreme Temperature and Precipitation, Proceedings of the International Conference on Recent Innovation in Civil Engineering for Sustainable Development (IICSD-2015), 11-13 December, 2015, DUET, Gazipur, Bangladesh.

  23. Fahad, M. G. R., Islam, A. K. M. S., Islam, G.M.T. and Bala, S.K. (2015): The Projection of Temperature and Precipitation over Bangladesh under RCP Scenarios using CMIP5 Multi-Model Ensemble , Proceedings of the International Conference on Recent Innovation in Civil Engineering for Sustainable Development (IICSD-2015), 11-13 December, 2015, DUET, Gazipur, Bangladesh.

  24. Hossain, M.S., Islam, G.M.T., Islam, A.K.M.S., Rahman, M.R., Mitra, B.K. (2015): Assessment of Water Availability in the Ganges Basin inside Bangladesh using CORDEX Climate Projection, Proceedings of the International Conference on Regional Climate (ICRC)-CORDEX, 17-20 May 2016, Stockholm, Sweden.

  25. Fahad, M.G.R, Hasan, M.A., Islam, A.S., Bala, S.K., Islam, G.M.T. (2015): Impact of High End Climate Change on Boro Production of Bangladesh, Proceedings of the International conference on Climate Change Impact and Adaptation, 9-11 April, 2015, DUET, Gazipur, Bangladesh.

  26. Shopan, A.A., Islam, G. M. T., Islam, A. S. and Rahman, M. M. (2015): Assessment of Water Quality Parameters in the Ganges Delta using Remote Sensing Techniques, Proceedings of the International conference on Climate Change Impact and Adaptation, 9-11 April, 2015, DUET, Gazipur, Bangladesh.

  27. Khan, S.K., Rahman, M.M., Billah, M., Islam, A.S., Islam, G.M.T. and Bala, S.K. (2015): Changes  of Sediment Discharge on the Passur-Sibsa River using CMIP5 Climate Model, Proceedings of the International conference on Climate Change Impact and Adaptation, 9-11 April, 2015, DUET, Gazipur, Bangladesh. 

  28. Bhuiyan, S.R. and Islam, G.M.T. (2015): Flood Hazard Mapping of Different Risk Elements in a Riverine Flood Prone Area of Bangladesh, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Water and Flood Management (ICWFM 2015), 6-8 March, 2015, IWFM, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  29. Hasan, M. A., Islam, A.S., Islam, G.M.T., Bala, S.K., Paul, S., Billah, M., Rahman, M.M. (2015): A comparative analysis of CMIP3 and CMIP5 climate projections over Bangladesh, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Water and Flood Management (ICWFM 2015), 6 –8 March, 2015, IWFM, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  30. Hasan, M. A., Islam, A.S., Islam, G.M.T., Bala, S.K. and Fahad, G.R. (2015): Projected Seasonal Changes of Climate of Bangladesh using High resolution Regional Climate Models under new RCP scenarios, Proceedings of the Gobeshona Conference, 7–11 January, 2015, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  31. Hasan, M. A., Paul, S., Islam, A.S., Islam, G.M.T., Bala, S.K., Billah, M. and Pavel, M. A. A. (2014): Projected Changes of Rainfall over Bangladesh by a High Resolution Regional Climate Model under the RCP Scenarios, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Advances in Civil Engineering 2014 (ICACE-2014), 26 –28 December, 2014, CUET, Chittagong, Bangladesh.

  32. Rahman, M.M., Paul, S., Islam, A.S., Billah, M., Islam, G.M.T., Bala, S.K.,  Hasan, M. A., and Pavel, M. A. A. (2014): Application of 1D Model Towards Establishing Flow Patterns for the Southwest Coastal Regions of Bangladesh, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Advances in Civil Engineering 2014 (ICACE-2014), 26 –28 December, 2014, CUET, Chittagong, Bangladesh.

  33. Bhuiyan, S.R. and Islam, G.M.T. (2014): Flood Hazard Mapping of Various Land Types in a Riverine Flood Prone Area for Different Flood Magnitudes, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Advances in Civil Engineering 2014 (ICACE-2014), 26 –28 December, 2014, CUET, Chittagong, Bangladesh.

  34. Paul, S., Islam, A.S., Hasan, M. A., Islam, G.M.T. and Bala, S.K. (2014): Hydrological Modeling for the Semi Ungauged Brahmaputra River Basin Using SWAT Model, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Advances in Civil Engineering 2014 (ICACE-2014), 26 –28 December, 2014, CUET, Chittagong, Bangladesh. 

  35. Shopan, A.A., Islam, G.M.T., Islam, A.K.M.S., Rahman, M.M., Lazar, A.N. and Hutton, C. (2014): Temporal Variation of Biomass Concentration in The Bangladesh Sundarbans Using Remote Sensing Techniques, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Advances in Civil Engineering 2014 (ICACE-2014), 26 –28 December, 2014, CUET, Chittagong, Bangladesh.  

  36. Shopan, A.A., Islam, G.M.T., Islam, A.S., Rahman M.M., Lazar, A.N. and Hutton, C. (2013): Impact Assessment of Cyclonic Storm Surges on Ecosystem Services in the Western Coastal Zone of Bangladesh, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Civil Engineering and Sustainable Development, Feb 14-16, 2014, KUET, Khulna, Bangladesh.

  37. Bhuiyan, S.R., Baky, A.A., Hoque, M.M., Khan, M.S.A., Islam, T., Salehin, S., Mondal, S. and Islam, A.K.M.S. (2014): Development of cyclone hazard maps with effect of climate change scenario for Barguna Sarda Upazila, Bangladesh, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Civil Engineering and Sustainable Development, Feb 14-16, 2014, KUET, Khulna, Bangladesh.

  38. Bhuiyan, S.R., Baky, A.A., Hoque, M.M., Khan, M.S.A., Islam, T., Salehin, S., Mondal, S. and Islam, A.K.M.S. (2014): Digital elevation based flood hazard study with effect of climate change scenario in Sirajganj Sadar Upazila, Bangladesh, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Civil Engineering and Sustainable Development, Feb 14-16, 2014, KUET, Khulna, Bangladesh.

  39. Paul S, Islam, A.K.M.S., Islam, G.M.T., Shopan, A.A. and Bala, S.K. (2013): Impact of Climate Change on Urban Drainage Systems in Three Selected Coastal Towns of Bangladesh, International conference on Climate Change Impact and Adaptation, Nov 14-16, 2013, DUET, Gazipur, Bangladesh, pp. 397-406.

  40. Nahian, M.A., Islam, G.M.T. and Bala, S.K. (2013): Women In A Changing Climate – An Analysis Of Gender Dimension Of Vulnerability In Coastal Bangladesh, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Water and Flood Management, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  41. Nahian, M.A., Islam, G.M.T. and Bala, S.K. (2013):A New Approach in Gender Vulnerability Assessment Using Matrix Framework, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Water and Flood Management, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  42. Nahian, M.A., Bala, S.K. and Islam, G.M.T. (2012): Assessing the impact of climate induced disaster on gender, International Symposium on Science for Society, Bangladesh JSPS Alumni Association, February 2012, Dhaka (Only abstract published).

  43. Tuhin, M. H., Ahmed, M., Choudhury, S. M., Rahman, M., Islam, T, Sarker, M. H., Rahman, R. (2010) Species around Riverbank Protection Structure at Sirajganj, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Water and Flood Management, Dhaka, January, 2011.

  44. Naznin, S. and Islam, G.M.T. (2010), Gender Analysis of Household Based Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene of a Selected Slum, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Water and Flood Management, Dhaka, January, 2011.

  45. Tuhin, M.H., Rahman, R., Rahman, M., Islam, T., Sarker, M.H., Chowdhury, S.M. and Ahmed, M. (2010): Impact of Riverine Structures on Fish of the Jamuna River, Proceedings of the 13th Bangladesh International Geography Conference, Dhaka.

  46. Islam, G.M.T., Kawahara, Y., Uchida, T. and Morishita, Y. (2009): Prediction of Water Surface Elevation in a Steep Doubly Meandering Compound Channel Using CIP-Based Scheme, 2nd International Conference on Water and Flood Management, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 15-17 March.

  47. Islam, G.M.T. and Kawahara, Y. (2008): Stochastic Modeling and Prediction of the Ganges Flow, Proceedings of the 16th Congress of Asia and Pacific Division of International Association of Hydraulic Engineering and Research (APD-IAHR) and 3rd IAHR International Symposium on Hydraulic Structures, October 20-23, Nanjing, China.

  48. Islam, G.M.T., Kawahara, Y. and Tamai, N. (2008): Flood Flow Analysis during Rising and Falling Stages in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, Proceedings of the 16th Congress of Asia and Pacific Division of International Association of Hydraulic Engineering and Research (APD-IAHR) and 3rd IAHR International Symposium on Hydraulic Structures, October 20-23,  Nanjing, China.

  49. Islam, G.M.T. and Kawahara, Y. (2008): Flood Management Options in a Floodplain Country, Proceedings of the International Water Resources and Hydropower Forum, October 16-18, Beijing, China.

  50. Islam, G.M.T., Kawahara, Y., Uchida, T. and Morishita, Y. (2008): 2-D Simulation of Velocity Distribution in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel using CIP-based Scheme, 8th International Conference on Hydro-Science and Engineering (ICHE-2008), September 8-12, Nagoya, Japan.

  51. Islam, G.M.T., Kawahara, Y. and Tamai, N. (2008): Unsteady Flow Pattern in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics - River Flow, September 3-5, Izmir, Turkey.

  52. Islam, G.M.T., Kawahara, Y., Uchida, T. and Morishita, Y. (2008): Prediction of Water Surface Elevation in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel Using CIP-Based Scheme, International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics - River Flow, September 3-5, Izmir, Turkey

  53. Islam, G.M.T., Kawahara, Y., Tamai, N. (2007): Flow Pattern in a doubly meandering compound channel under steep gradient, Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics, 4-7 December, Tempe, USA, CD-ROM.

  54. Islam, G.M.T., Kawahara, Y. and Tamai, N. (2007): Primary velocity distribution in a doubly meandering compound channel under steady flow condition, Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics, 4-7 December, Tempe, USA, CD-ROM.

  55. Islam, G.M.T., Kawahara, Y. and Tamai, N. (2007): Velocity Distribution in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel under Unsteady Flow Condition, Proceedings of the International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering, 11-12 October, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan, CD-ROM.

  56. Islam, G.M.T., Kawahara, Y. and Tamai, N. (2007): Velocity Distribution under Low Relative Depth in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, Proceedings of the 9th International Summer Symposium, 18 September, Yokohama, Japan, 87-90.

  57. Islam, G.M.T., Kawahara, Y., Tamai, N. (2007): Attenuation of Flood Flow in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, Proceedings of the 9th International Summer Symposium, 18 September, Yokohama, Japan, 91-94.

  58. Islam, G.M.T., Ghosh, M. and Kawahara, Y. (2007): The Fate of the Gorai River in relation to Sedimentation at its Offtake, Proceedings of the JSCE Annual Meeting, 12-14 September 2007, Hiroshima, Japan, 249-250.

  59. Islam, G.M.T., Kawahara, Y. and Tamai, N. (2007) Secondary Flow Structures in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel under Unsteady Flow Condition, Proceedings of the 32nd IAHR Congress, Venice, Italy, 1-6 July, CD-ROM.

  60. Rahman, M.M., Hoque, M.M., Haque, A., Islam, G.M.T. and Rahman, R. (2007): Effectiveness of Spur-Dikes in River Training Works: A Case Study along the Ganges in Bangladesh, Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Water and Flood Management (ICWFM), March 12-14, Dhaka.

  61. Hasan, S.M.I., Islam, G.M.T. and Rahman, M.M. (2007): Assessment of Flood Hazard Vulnerability of Tarapur Union of Gaibandha by using Geoinformatics, Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Water and Flood Management (ICWFM), 12-14 March, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  62. Rahman, M.M, Nakagawa, H., Haque, A., Islam, G.M.T. and Ishigaki, T. (2005): A Sustainable Solution for the Stabilization of Navigational Channels in Floodplain Environment, Proceedings of the XXXI IAHR Congress, September 11-16, Seoul, Korea, CD-ROM, 5228-5236.

  63. Islam, G.M.T. and Jaman, S.T. (2005): Stochastic Generation of Sediment Loads in the Lower Ganges River, Bangladesh, Proceedings of the XXXI IAHR Congress, September 11-16, Seoul, Korea, CD-ROM, 1719-1725.

  64. Islam, G.M.T. and Akhter, S. (2005): A New Method of Developing Sediment Rating Curve for the Ganges River, Proceedings of the XXXI IAHR Congress, September 11-16, Seoul, Korea, CD-ROM, 1514-1521.

  65. Rahman, M.M, Haque, M.A. and Islam, G.M.T. (2005): Scour Mitigation Around Piers by Sacrificial Piles: An Experimental Study, Proceedings of the Third Annual Paper Meet and International Conference on Civil Engineering, Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), 9-11 March 2005, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 457-462.

  66. Islam. G.M.T. and Akhter, S. (2005): Predicting Sediment Transport in the Ganges River: Unit Stream Power Approach, Proceedings of the Third Annual Paper Meet and International Conference on Civil Engineering, Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), 9-11 March 2005, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 75-83.

  67. Islam, G.M.T. and Karim, M.R. (2005): Downstream Hydraulic Geometry of the Gorai River, Proceedings of the Third Annual Paper Meet and International Conference on Civil Engineering, Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), 9-11 March 2005, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 449-456.

  68. Chowdhury, J.U. and Islam, G.M.T. (2003): Hydraulic Characteristics of Low Flow of the Brahmaputra at Bahadurabad, Proceedings of the Second Annual Paper Meet and International Conference on Civil Engineering, Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), Dhaka, 17-18 July 2003, Bangladesh, 293-297.

  69. Islam, G.M.T., Rahman, M.M., Haque, M.A., Hoque, M.M., Hinokidani, O. and Takebayshi, H. (2002): Effects of Sand Bar on Sediment Distribution in an Alluvial River, Proceedings of the 13th APD-IAHR Congress, Singapore, Volume I, 240-243.

  70. Rahman, M.M, Hussain, M.A., Islam, G.M.T., Haque, M.A., Hoque, M.M., Faisal, A.I.M., Rana, M.S., Takebayashi, H. and Hinokidani, O. (2002): Measurement of Flow and Bed Topography in an Alluvial Meandering River, Proceedings of the 13th APD-IAHR Congress, Singapore, Volume II, 299-306.

  71. Islam, G.M.T., Kabir, M.R. and Nishat, A. (2001): Scouring Around Nose-tip of Channel Bifurcation, Proceedings of the World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Orlando, USA, CD-ROM.

  72. Zarrati, A.K., Tamai, N., Islam, G.M.T. and Huang, G. (2001): Prediction of Water Surface Elevation in a Channel with Continuous Bends, Proceedings of the 29th Congress of the International Association of Hydraulic Research and Engineering (IAHR), Beijing, China, CD-ROM.

  73. Rahman, M.M, Hussain, M.A., Islam, G.M.T., Haque, M.A. and Hoque, M.M. (2001): Hydro-Morphological Characteristics around the Meghna Bridge Site in the Meghna River, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Mechanical Engineering, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Volume 2, 75-80.

  74. Islam, G.M.T., Kabir, M.R. and Nishat, A. (2001): Nodal Point Relation at a Symmetrical Channel Bifurcation, Proceedings of the First Annual Paper Meet and International Conference on Civil Engineering, Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), Chittagong, Bangladesh, 256-263.

  75. Islam, G.M.T., Tamai, N. and Maruyama, T. (2000): Influence of Longitudinal Slope on Secondary Flow Structures in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, Proceedings of the 2nd International Summer Symposium, Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE), Tokyo, Japan, 161-164.

  76. Islam, G.M.T., Kabir, M.R. and Nishat, A. (2000): Influence of Upstream Discharge on Sediment Distribution at Channel Bifurcation, Proceedings of the 2nd International Summer Symposium, Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE), Tokyo, Japan, 165-168.

  77. Islam, G.M.T. (2000): On the Distribution of Sediments at Channel Bifurcation, Proceedings of the 2000 Joint Conference on Water Resources Engineering and Water Resources Planning & Management, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Minneapolis, USA, CD-ROM.

  78. Islam, G.M.T., Tamai, N. and Kobayashi, K. (2000): Hydraulic Characteristics of a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, Proceedings of the 2000 Joint Conference on Water Resources Engineering and Water Resources Planning & Management, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Minneapolis, USA, CD-ROM.

  79. Islam, G.M.T., Kobayashi, K. and Tamai, N. (1999): Secondary Currents in a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel, Proceedings of the 1st International Summer Symposium, Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE), Tokyo, Japan, 117-120.

  80. Islam, G.M.T., Kabir, M.R., and Nishat, A. (1997): Influence of Nose Angle on Sediment Distribution at Channel Bifurcation, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on River Flood Hydraulics, Stelenbousch, South Africa, 247-254.

Research Reports

  1. Islam, A.S., Islam, G.M.T., Bala, S.K., Das, M.K., Mamoon, W.B., Abdullah, F., Billah, M. (2021): Climate Change and Flood Preparedness Research for Building Climate Resilient Infrastructure, Institute of Water and Flood Management, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka.
  2. Mitra, B.K., Bao, P.N., Sharma, D., Islam, G.M.T., Thao, T.M. (2019): Water-energy-food nexus perspective: Path making for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to country actions in Asia, Final Technical Report, APN, Japan.

  3. Zhou, X, Mitra, B.K., Johnson, D.,  Herran, D.S., Sharma, D., Islam, G.M.T., Malla, R. (2019): Assessment of Climate-Induced Long-term Water Availability in the Ganges Basin and Impacts on Energy Security in South Asia, ARCP Final Report, APN, Japan. 

  4. Islam, G.M.T. and Hossain, M.S. (2015): Assessment of Climate-Induced Long-term Water Availability in Ganges River Basin in Bangladesh, Interim Report, Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh, December 2015.

  5. Hoque, M.M., Khan, M.S.A., Islam, T., Salehin, M., Mondal, M.S., Islam, A.K.M.S. (2013): Development of Flood Hazard and Risk Maps with Effect of Climate Change Scenario, Final Report, Climate Change Study Cell, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka.

  6. Bala, S.K., Islam, G.M.T. and Nahiyan, M.A. (2013): Impact of Climate Induced Disasters on Gender, Final Report, Climate Change Study Cell, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka.

  7. Rahman, R., Rahman, M., Islam, T., Sarker, M.H., Choudhury, S.M. and Ahmed, M. (2011): Hydraulic Profiling of Important Fish Habitats of the Jamuna River, Final Report, Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh, October 2011.

  8. Hoque, M.M., Rahman, M.R., Haque, M.A., Rahman, M.M., Islam, G.M.T., Hussain, M.A., Sarker, M.H., Hossain, M.M. and Uddin, N. (2010): Field Based Applied Research for the Stabilization of the Major Rivers in Bangladesh, Final Report, August 2010, Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  9. Rahman, M.M., Haque, M.A., Islam, G.M.T., Rahman, M.R. and Hoque, M.M. (2007): Effectiveness of Bandal-Like Structures as Sustainable Solution to River Erosion in Bangladesh, Final Report: Use of Bandals for Sediment Management, Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  10. Rahman, M.M, Islam, G.M.T., Haque, M.A., Khan, M.S.A. (2007): Development of a Flood Flow Channel Facility and Study of River Bank Stabilization, Technical Report 2: Testing of Flood Flow Channel and Study on the Effect of Bandal Alignment on Flow Pattern, Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  11. Islam, G.M.T., Haque, M.A. and Khan, M.S.A., Rahman, M.M. and Chowdhury, J.U. (2007): Development of a Flood Flow Channel Facility and Study of River Bank Stabilization, Technical Report 1: Development of a Flood Flow Channel Facility, Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  12. Khan, M.S.A., Rahman, R., Haque, A., Rahman, M.M., and Islam, G.M.T. (2006): Stormwater Flooding in BUET Campus: A Situation Report, IWFM, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, March 2006.

  13. Rahman, M.M., Haque, M.A., Islam, G.M.T., Hoque, M.M. and Rahman, M.R. (2006): Effectiveness of Bandal-Like Structures as Sustainable Solution to River Erosion in Bangladesh, Inception Report, Institute of Water and Flood Management, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  14. Haque, A. and Islam, G.M.T. (2005): Scour Mitigation Around Piers and Abutments Using Sacrificial Piles: Technical Report 2, Institute of Water and Flood Management, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  15. Islam, G.M.T. (2003): Unsteady Flow Fields over Floodplains in a Meandering Compound Channel, Institute of Water and Flood Management, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  16. Haque, A., Islam, G.M.T. and Hussain, M.A. (2003): Scour Mitigation Around Piers and Abutments Using Sacrificial Piles: Technical Report 1: Scour Mitigation at Bridge Piers, R06/2003, Institute of Water and Flood Management, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  17. Hoque, M.M., Haque, A., Rahman, M.M., Islam, G.M.T. and Hussain, M.A. (2004): Morphological Behavior of the Upper Meghna River with Particular Emphasis on the Meghna and Bhairab Bridges, Institute of Water and Flood Management, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  18. Chowdhury, J.U. and Islam, G.M.T. (1996): Extended Study of Stage-Discharge Relationship of the Jamuna at Bahadurabad, Institute of Flood Control and Drainage Research, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Other Publications

  1. Mitra, B.K., Sharma, D., Kuyama, T., Pham, B.M., Islam, G.M.T., Thao, P.T.M (2020): Water-energy-food nexus perspective: Pathway for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to country action in India, APN Science Bulletin, 2020.

  2. Zhou, X., Mitra, B.K., Sharma, D., Islam, G.M.T., Malla, R., Herrana, D.S. and Johnson, B. (2019):  An Integrated Assessment of Climate-Induced Long-term Water Availability and its Impacts on Energy Security in the Ganges Sub-basins, APN Science Bulletin, Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research, Japan.

  3. Bao, P.N., Mitra, B.K., Sharma, D., Islam, G.M.T., Thao,  P.T.M., Kuyama, T., Minowa, T. (2018): Governing Water-Energy-Food Nexus Approach for Creating Synergies and Managing Trade-offs, Issue Brief, Natural Resources and Ecosystem Services Area, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), July 2018, Kanagawa, Japan. 

  4. Zhou, X., Mitra, B.K., Johnson, B., Sharma, D., Islam, G.M.T. and Malla, R. (2015): Integrated Assessment of Climate-Induced Long-Term Water Availability in Ganges Basin and Impacts on Energy Security in South Asia, APN Science Bulletin, Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research Issue 5, March 2015, Japan.

  5. Nishat, A. and Islam, G.M.T. (1994): Hydrometeorological Netwrok in Bangladesh, A feature article in a national daily newspaper, 'The Morning Sun,' 26 December 1994, Dhaka, Bangladesh.



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