PhD in Hydrometeorology (VU, Australia, 2019)
MSc in Water Resources Engineering (UM, Malaysia, 2012)
BSc in Civil Engineering (DUET, Bangladesh, 2009)
My research focuses on advancing our understanding of land surface and atmospheric interactions, urban meteorology and climate extremes by using the Atmospheric Models, Geographic Information Systems, and Remote Sensing. I earned a PhD in Hydrometeorology from Victoria University in Australia, an MSc in Water Resources Engineering from the University of Malaya in Malaysia, and a BSc in Civil Engineering from Dhaka University of Engineering & Technology (DUET) in Bangladesh. My PhD research evaluated the impact of land-use changes, particularly urban expansion, on the urban heat island (UHI), as well as the strategies for mitigating the UHI through the deployment of green infrastructure during heat waves. After my PhD, I worked as an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Water and Environment of DUET from October, 2018-January 2023. I am interested in using my hydrology and climatology expertise to conduct hydroclimatology research to address various scientific questions.