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Dr Md Monirul Islam

Dean, College of Engineering and Technology (CEAT)
Professor and Chair, Department of Civil Engineering

JSPS-Post-Doctoral Fellow (Japan),
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow (NUS, Singapore),
PhD in Engineering (Japan),
MSc in Civil Engineering (Japan),
BSc in Civil Engineering (BUET)

Room # 318 Ext # 307
E-mail: mmislam@iubat.edu

Professor Dr. Md. Monirul Islam is an experienced academic leader and a Civil Engineer with BSc Engineering in Civil from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) and he did his Masters in Civil Engineering and PhD from Japan under the Japan Government Monbusho Scholarship in Remote Sensing and GIS on Environmental Hazard. He has completed Post-Doc fellowship under the Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) in the year of 2002-2004. He did another Post-Doc fellowship from Tropical Marine Science Institute of National University of Singapore in the year of 2000-2002. He obtained different positions in academia in Bangladesh, Singapore and Japan. He led the development of curriculum activities of Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science and Engineering in the College of Engineering and Technology (CEAT) of International University of Business Agriculture and Technology (IUBAT), Bangladesh since 2004. He has a distinguished service and research career as a professional for over 30 years in the different branches of Civil Engineering and, Hazard and Disaster Management. His activities are focused on Remote Sensing and GIS techniques for oceanography, environmental hazards such as earthquake, flood, cyclone, tornado, and climate change and climate justice, etc. He has published more than 50 papers in the wide range discipline of environmental hazards and civil engineering. He is a Rajuk registered design engineer and completed different training organized by Rajuk and Bangladesh Government for Continuing Professional Development (CPD), especially or BNBC and other Building Codes. He has been teaching Reinforce Analysis and Design courses since 2004. Dr. Islam serves on editorial boards and as a reviewer of several international research journals. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the IUBAT Reviews, a multi-discipline journal published by International University of Business Agriculture and Technology, Bangladesh. He is an expert member of the Outcome-Based Education in the university and worked as Chair, Department of Civil Engineering of IUBAT and the Dean of College of Engineering and Technology of IUBAT. Dr. Islam has lectured and given invited addresses worldwide in countries including China, England, Germany, India, Japan, Norway, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and the USA.

JSPS-Post-Doctoral Fellow (Japan)
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow (NUS, Singapore)
PhD in Engineering (Japan)
MSc in Civil Engineering (Japan)
BSc in Civil Engineering (BUET)

  • CEN 347 Analysis and Design of Reinforced Concrete II
  • CEN 479 Advanced Reinforced Concrete

Journals:

  1. Mahfuzur Rahman, Ningsheng Chen, Md Monirul Islam et al. Development of flood hazard map and emergency relief operation system using hydrodynamic modeling and machine learning algorithm. Journal of Cleaner Production. (SCI, Q1, IF: 9.297).
  2. Mahfuzur Rahman, Ningsheng Chen, Md Monirul Islam et al. Location-allocation modeling for emergency evacuation planning with GIS and remote sensing: a case study of northeast Bangladesh. Geoscience Frontiers (2021). (SCI, Q1, IF: 6.853).
  3. Mahfuzur Rahman, Chen Ningsheng, Golam Iftekhar Mahmud, Md Monirul Islam et al. Flooding and its relationship with land cover change, population growth, and road density. Geoscience Frontiers (2021). (SCI, Q1, IF: 6.853).
  4. Mahfuzur Rahman, Chen Ningsheng, Ahmed Elbeltagi, Md Monirul Islam et al. Application of stacking hybrid machine learning algorithms in delineating multi-type flooding in Bangladesh. Journal of Environmental Management. (SCI, Q1, IF: 6.789).
  5. Mahfuzur Rahman, Chen Ningsheng, Md Monirul Islam et al. Flood susceptibility assessment in Bangladesh using machine learning and multi-criteria decision analysis. Earth Systems and Environment 3(3) (2019): 585-601. (EI and ESCI).
  6. Hilal Ahmad, Chen Ningsheng, Mahfuzur Rahman, Md Monirul Islam et al. Geohazards susceptibility assessment along the Upper Indus Basin using four machine learning and statistical models. ISPRS Journal of Geo-information. (SCI, Q3, IF: 2.899).
  7. Md Monirul Islam, Mahfuzur Rahman et al. Development of multi-hazards map for Bangladesh using GIS technique. IUBAT Review.
  8. Md Monirul Islam, Mahfuzur Rahman et al. Vulnerability Analysis for Sustainable Development against Flood Hazard and Relief Distribution: A Case Study of 2017 Flood of Bangladesh. IUBAT Review.
  9. Mahfuzur Rahman, Md Monirul Islam.Evaluation of Residential Water Conservation Practice of Dhaka Bangladesh. IUBAT Review.
  10. Jules Maurice Habumugisha, Ningsheng Chen, Mahfuzur Rahman, Ahmed Elbeltagi, Md Monirul Islam et al. How deep learning algorithms help identifying precise landslide locations? Catena. (SCI, Q1, IF: 5.198). [Under review]
  11. Islam M. M. and Sado K., 2006: Flood hazard assessment for the construction of flood hazard map and land development priority map using NOAA/AVHRR data and GIS –a case study in Bangladesh, online Journal of GISdevelopment.net ---> Application ---> Natural Hazard Management, © GISdevelopment.net.
  12. Islam M. M. and Sado K., 2006: Analyses of ASTER and spectroradiometer data with in situ measurements for turbidity and transparency study of Lake Abashiri, International Journal of Geoinformatics, Vol. 2, No. 1, 31-45.
  13. Dewan M. A., Islam, M. M., Kumamoto, T. and Nishigaki, M., 2006: Evaluation of flood hazard for land-use planning in greater Dhaka of Bangladesh using remote sensing and GIS technique, Water Resources Management, Springer, DOI 10.1007/s11269-006-9116-1.
  14. Miyata, Y., Sado K., Islam M. M. 2005: The optical wavelength band for estimation of chlorophyll a concentration and turbidity in lake by using water surface spectral reflectance ratio, Annual Journal Hydraulic Engineering, JSCE, Vol. 49, 2005, February. 
  15. Islam M. M., Sado K. and Chan E. S., 2005: Analysis of satellite derived sea surface temperature data for South China Sea and Java Sea, International Journal of Geoinformatics (Vol. 5, No. 2, December 2005, in press).
  16. Islam M. M. and Sado K., 2004. Simulation of field spectrometer data for remote sensing measurements to retrieve chlorophyll a in case 2 water, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, JSCE Vol. 48, 1327-1332.
  17. Miyata, Y., Islam M. M. and Sado K., 2004: Retrieval of chlorophyll a concentration in case 2 water by using SeaWiFS and field spectroradiometer data, Journal of Hydroscience and Hydraulic Engineering (in press, publish Aug. 2005).
  18. Islam M. M. and Chan E. S., 2003: Use of SeaWiFS brows data for cloud coverage analysis and weather study, Asian Journal of Geoinformatics, Vol. 3, No. 4, 43-49
  19. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K. 2002: Development priority map for flood countermeasure by remote sensing with GIS, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE,Vol. 7, No. 5, 346-355.
  20. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K., 2001: Flood Damage and Management Modelling by the Use of Satellite Remote Sensing Data with GIS: Case study of Bangladesh, Remote Sensing and Hydrology 2000, IAHS red book, IAHS publication no. 267, [paper presented at IAHS/CRS Symposium on Remote Sensing and Hydrology 2000 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA, 2~7 April 2000], p. 455~458.
  21. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K. 2000: Satellite Remote Sensing Data Analysis for Flood Damaged Zoning with GIS for Flood Management, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, JSCE Vol. 44, p. 301~306.
  22. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K. 2000. Flood hazard assessment in Bangladesh using NOAA AVHRR data with geographical information system, Hydrological Process, Vol. 14, p. 605-620.
  23. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K. 2000: Development of Flood hazard maps for Bangladesh using remote sensing data with GIS, Hydrological Science Journal, IAHS, Vol. 45, No. 3, p. 337-356.
  24. Sado, K. and Islam, M. M. 1997. Satellite Remote Sensing Data Analysis for Flooded Area and Weather Study -Case Study of Dhaka City, Bangladesh-, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, JSCE Vol. 41, p. 945-950.  
  25. Sado, K. and Islam, M. M. 1996. Effect of land cover on areal evapotranspiration using Landsat TM data with meteorological and height data: the case of Kitami city, Japan, Hydrological Science Journal, IAHS, Vol. 41, No. 2, p. 207-217.  
  26. Dewan M. A. Kabir, H., Islam M. M., Kumamoto, T., Nishigaki M., 2007: Delinating flood risk areas in greater Dhaka of Bangladesh geoinformatics, Georisk: Assessment and Management of Risk for Engineered Systems and Geohazards, Vol. 1, Issue 4, December 2007, 190 – 201.
  27. Analyses of ASTER Level 1B and Spectroradiometer Data with in situ Measurements for Turbidity and Transparency Study of Lake Abashiri [Accepted for Journal of Japan Society of Hydrology & water Resources]
  28. Development of flood hazard maps of Bangladesh using NOAA-AVHRR images with GIS [Published in Hydrological Science-Journal of –des Science Hydrologiques, 45(3) June 2000]
  29. Flood hazard assessment in Bangladesh using NOAA AVHRR data with geographical information system [Published in HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES, Hydrol. Process. 14, 605-620 (2000)]
  30. Flood damage and management modeling using satellite remote sensing data with GIS: case study of Bangladesh [Remote Sensing and Hydrology 2000, IAHS Publ. no. 267. 2001]
  31. Development Priority Map for Flood Countermeasures by Remote Sensing Data with Geographic Information System [Published in Journal of Hydrological Engineering, Vol. 7, No. 5, Sept 1, 2002, ©ASCE, ISSN 1084-0699/2002/5346-355]
  32. Use of SeaWiFS browse data for cloud coverage analysis and weather study [Asian Journal of Geoinformatics, Vol. 3, No. 4, June 2003]
  33. Simulation of field spectrometer data for remote sensing measurement to retrieve chlorophyll a in case 2 water [Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, JSCE, VOL. 48, 2004, February ]
  34. Coupled Ocean Circulation and Wind-Wave Models with Data Assimilation Using Altimeter Statistics [The Seventh OMISAR Workshop on Ocean Models, 2-1 to 2-6]
  35. Analysis of Satellite-Derived Sea Surface Temperature Data for South China Sea and Java Sea [Published in Asian Journal of Geoinformatics, Vol. 5, No. 2, December 2004]

Conferences

  1. Flood hazard assessment of Bangladesh: A Case Study of 2017 Flood. The Second International Symposium on Hydraulic Modeling and Measuring Technology 2018, Nanjing, China.
  2. Development of multi-hazard vulnerability map of Bangladesh using geographic information system. The Second International Symposium on Hydraulic Modeling and Measuring Technology 2018, Nanjing, China.
  3. Vulnerability Analysis for Sustainable Development against Flood Hazard and ReliefDistribution: A Case Study of 2017 Flood of Bangladesh. 13thInternational Knowledge Globalization Conference 2018, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  4. Scopes and Challenges of Hydro-Climatic Condition in Bangladesh: A Review Considering Natural Variability and Future Changes.13thInternational KnowledgeGlobalization Conference 2018, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  5. Islam, M. M. and Badsha, A. H. 2011: Vulnerability Analysis of Bangladesh Due To Multiple Natural Hazards Using GIS Technique, Proceedings of the Conference on Engineering Research, Innovation and Education 2011 CERIE 2011, 11-13 January 2011, Sylhet, Bangladesh.
  6. Islam, M. M. 2011: Development of Housing Vulnerability for Natural Hazard by Using GIS, Proceedings of the International Conference on Environmental Technology and Construction Engineering for Sustainable Development ICETCESD-2011I CETCESD-2011, March 10-12, 2011, SUST, Sylhet, Bangladesh, ISBN: 978-984-33-3054-3.
  7. Islam, M. M. and Mannan, M. A, 2009: Analysis of land surface Temperature for Temporal and Spatial Variability for Bangladesh, Internation Conference of Global warming, BUET, 2009.
  8. Islam, M. M. 2007: Explore the Sensitivity of Port Environmental Hazard, International Conference on Infrastructure Development in the Ports & Shipping Sector and Its Management, University of Madras, Chennai, India, 125.
  9. Islam, M. M. 2007: Analysis of Chittagong port management facilities and environmental aspect for port facilities, International Conference on Infrastructure Development in the Ports & Shipping Sector and Its Management, University of Madras, Chennai, India, 115.
  10. Islam M. M. and Sado K: Time series analysis of SST for Java Sea and South China Sea using NOAA AVHRR data, Proceedings of Japan Society of Remote Sensing, Nagaoka, Japan, November 2003, p 155-156.
  11. Miyata Y, Sado K, Islam M. M and Igari N: Estimation of chlorophyll a concentration for case 2 water by using water surface reflectance ratio, Proceedings of 2004 Annual Conference, Japan Society of Hydrology and Water Resources, Moruran, Hokkaido, Japan, August 19~21, 2004, p. 250-251.
  12. Tanda Y., Sado K and Islam M. M: Estimation of chlorophyll a concentration in Lake Abashiri using water surface reflectance, Proceedings of Hokkaido Chapter of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Sapporo, February, 2004, p. 468~471.
  13. Islam M. M. and Sado K., 2004: Water quality monitoring of case 2 water using field spectrometer and remote sensing data, GGRS2004, Gottingen GIS & Remote Sensing Days –Environmental Studies, Gottingen, Germany, and October 06-08, 2004 (will publish in March 2005).
  14. Tanda, Y., Sado, K., Islam M. M. and Nakao, T. 2003: Estimation of chlorophyll a concentration in Lake Abashiri using water surface reflectance, Proceedings of Hokkaido Chapter of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Sapporo, February, 2004, (submitted).
  15. Sado K. and Islam, M. M: Construction of Flood Hazard Map and Land Development Priority Map for Flood Countermeasure in Bangladesh Using NOAA/AVHRR Data and GIS, Proceedings of the third Workshop of the sub project studies on natural environment and culture in Asia (The Hydrosphere), Khushiru, Hokkaido, Japan, 2003, p 55-70.
  16. Islam M. M. and Sado K., Study of Empirical Chlorophyll a Algorithms for Validation in Lake Saroma, Proceedings of Japan Society of Remote Sensing, Tokyo, Japan, May 2003, p 241-244.
  17. Sado K. and Islam M. M: NOAA & OrbView2 satellite data receiving system and publishing the monitoring results by laboratory homepage, Proceedings of the fourth workshop of the sub project studies on natural environment and culture in Asia (The Hydrosphere), Bangkok, Thailand, 2003 (Presented, published Nov. 2004)
  18. Islam M. M. and Sado K: Local algorithms to retrieve MCSST and chlorophyll-a concentration in case 2 water, Proceedings of the fourth workshop of the sub project studies on natural environment and culture in Asia (The Hydrosphere), Bangkok, Thailand, 2003 (Presented, published Nov. 2004)
  19. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K: Study of empirical chlorophyll algorithms for validation in Lake Saroma, 34th Conference of Remote Sensing, Society of Remote Sensing, Japan, May 2003, 241-244.
  20. Hong , Sannasiraj S. A., Islam M. M. and Kek C. H.: Coupled Ocean Circulation and Wind-Wave Models with Data Assimilation Using Altimeter Statistics, Proceedings The Seventh Workshop on Ocean Models for the APEC Region (WOM-7), Singapore, Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 2002, p 2.1-2.6.
  21. Islam M. M. and Chan W. T., 2001: A Comparison of Empirical Algorithm for chlorophyll Concentration in Singapore Regional Waters, The 22nd Asian Conference on Remote Sensing (ACRS), Singapore, November 5-9, 2001.
  22. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K: Flood hazard mapping using NOAA AVHRR data through GIS with reference to the 1988, 1995 and 1998 floods in Bangladesh, APD-IAHS Twelfth Congress of Asia Pacific Division of the International Association for Hydraulic Research, AIT, Thailand, November 13~15, 2000, p. 1053-1062.
  23. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K: Flood Hazard Map and Land Development Priority Map developed using NOAA and GIS Data, Proceedings of 21st Asian Conference on Remote Sensing, Center for Space and Remote Sensing Research, National Central University, Chung-Li, Taiwan, December 4~8, 2000, p 1179-1184.
  24. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K. : Development of flood hazard maps using 1988 event and examine the results by other events: case study of Bangladesh, Proceedings of Hokkaido Chapter of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Kitami, February, 2000, 160~165.
  25. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K.: Assessment for the best combination of GIS data for the flood hazard map in Bangladesh, Proceedings of 18th conference of the Hokkaido Branch of Japan Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, February 2000, p. 21~24.
  26. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K.: Consideration of cloud covered pixels for the estimation of flooded Area using NOAA AVHRR data, Proceedings of Hokkaido Chapter of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Sapporo, February, 1999, p. 100~103.
  27. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K.: Assessment of the flooded areas in collaboration with land cover classification by using AVHRR data with digital elevation model: a case study in Bangladesh, Proceedings of the 3rd Japan-South Korea bilateral symposium on water resources and environment research, Aug. 6~8, 1998, Seoul, Korea, p. 22~27.
  28. Islam, M.M. and Sado, K.: Application of Remote Sensing Techniques with Geographic Information System to Study Flood Hazard in Bangladesh, Proceedings of 27th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, June 8~12, 1998, Tromso, Norway, p. 745~748.
  29. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K.: Application of remote sensing data for the extraction of flooded areas in Bangladesh, Proceedings of 16th conference of the Hokkaido Branch of Japan Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, February 1998, p. 22~27.
  30. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K.: Determination of flood hazard areas in Bangladesh Using NOAA AVHRR images with digital elevation data, Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Conference of the Japan Society of Civil Engineers, October 1998, p. 448~449.
  31. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K.: Mos-1, MESSR Data Analysis to Differentiate between Flooded and Non-flooded Areas, Proceedings of the second Japan-South Korea bilateral symposium on water resources and environment research, Sept. 18-20, 1997, Sapporo, Japan, p. 13~16.
  32. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K.: Estimation of Flooded Area and Weather Survey by Using Satellite Remote Sensing Data. International Symposium on Asian Monsoon and Pollution Over The Monsoon Environment, Dec. 2-5,1997, IIT, Delhi, India.
  33. Islam, M. M and Sado, K.: Satellite Remote Sensing Data Analysis for Flooded Area and Weather Study -Case Study of Dhaka City, Bangladesh-, Proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference of the Hokkaido Branch of Japan Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, February 1996, p. 30-35.
  34. Islam, M. M. and Sado, K.: Estimation of Flooded Area by Land Cover Classification Using Satellite Remote Sensing Data -Case Study of Dhaka City, Bangladesh-, Proceedings of the 51st Annual Conference of the Japan Society of Civil Engineers, September 1996, p. 348~349.
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