Nomana Intekhab Hadi (Ruhee)

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EDUCATION

Graduate Research Associate, 2012 (May 2012-Till now) NASA Ames Research Center, Affiliated with SETI Institute, Earth Science Division (Astrophysics and Astrochemistry) Entitled Project: Preformed Complex Organic Molecules from the Matrix of Magnetic Minerals Project Title: Electrochemical Oxidation Reactions at Rock-Water Interfaces

Visiting Researcher, 2012 Robert and Marvel Kirby Stanford Graduate Fellow in Science & Engineering, 2012 School of Earth Science Research Group: Carbon Capture & Sequestration & ARGILE (Applied Research Group for Integrated Low Emission) with Energy Resource Engineering Department.

Engineers for Sustainable World (ESW) with Civil and Environmental Engineering Department

Stanford University, CA, USA. Completed Projects: 1. "Developing Advanced Renewable Energy tools; Optimal Operation of an Integrated Energy Park Including Fossil Fuel Power Generation, CO2 Capture and Wind".

                             2. "Decentralized water disinfection in Dhaka, Bangladesh; Designing Chlorination & Plasma Technology. 

Masters of Science (M.Sc), 2010 Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering Research Group: Environmental Engineering, Science and Management (EESM) Carnegie Mellon University, PA, USA.  GradThesisTopic: Implications and Implementation of Nanotechnology in terms of Environmental risk analysis and modeling detecting foreign harmful particiles for human health. [under (CEINT) Center for the Environmental Implementation of Nano Techonology]  Alternation of Energy Based system to reduce rapid Climate change and posible industrial decisión making to reduce global warming. (Under CDMC (Climate Decision Making Centre).

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.Engg), 2008 Faculty of Civil Engineering National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore www.eng.nus.edu.sg/civil ASEAN scholar Undergrad Thesis: Analyzing Seismography is to seismic risk reduction and raising pre-awareness to reduce losses.

Higher Secondary Certificate (H.S.C), 2003 Science Faculty Kishalaya Girls College Dhaka Board http://site.educationboard.gov.bd/dhaka/activities.php

Secondary School Certificate (S.S.C), 2001 Science Faculty Kishalaya Girls High School Dhaka Board http://site.educationboard.gov.bd/dhaka/activities.php

Associate Degree:

1. “Basic Electricity & Electronics” under Continuing Education Centre (CEC), Singapore Polytechnic, 2007www.sp.edu.sg:

             I.) Project on Digital Stopwatch
             ii.) Circuit Maker and Simulation
             iii.) Operational Amplifiers and Transistor Switch Design
             iv.) Integrated Circuit Design

2. “Computer Network & Protocol” under Continuing Education Centre (CEC), Singapore Polytechnic, 2007 www.sp.edu.sg:

            a) 5 Router Configuration using Router Lab Topology
            b) Network Planning and Design
            c) Home Networking/ Network Security and Management
            d) TCP/IP Protocol Suite
            e) Cable Fabrication
            f) Frame Relay (Sub interface, DCE Switching)
            g) Integrated Service Digital Network (ISDN)

3. NITAT (National IT Aptitude Test) from NIIT (National Institute of Information Technology) with 88 percentile, January 2008 positioning at top 12% http://www.niit.com.my/asiapaci.html

PERSONAL SKILLS

1. Computer literacy –  Structured and Object Oriented Programming : Comfortable in C, C++. Have basic knowledge on FORTRAN, PROLOG, MATLAB, Database Programming., ANSIS, Python, JAVA, iOS.  Engineering Softwares: STAAD.Pro, Micro wind, STRAAD, ETABS, PCA Col, SMART Modeller, FASTRAX, AUTO CAD 2D & 3D, 3D Studio Max, ArcGIS, SAFE, RAMASA Calc 4.0, Caltox modeling, Molecular Assembly Sequence Software (MASS),Simulation & Software Tools (MSM & ICCN), Cloud Apps Carbon, EHASoft, Hara Software, IBS America, Ecologic Systems, IECM, PetraSim, Earth Trends Modeler (ETM) [IDRISI],

 Microsoft Visual Studio:

                      Capable of coding in VC++6.0

 Database Systems:

                     Can do database design.

 Operating Systems:

                    Comfortable in both Windows Vista/XP/2003/2000/98 And UNIX

 Applications:

                    LATEX, Microsoft Office, Open office, Microsoft Visio and other common productivity packages for Windows

 Others:  Carol Draw,  Quark Express,  Q-Basic Programming,  Visual Basic Programming,  Assembly 8086, commonly used software,  Adobe Photoshop CS2,  Adobe Illustrator CS2,  Adobe In design CS2,  Adobe Premier,

2. Language Proficiency:-

Taken the following English proficiency test under ETS (http://www.ets.org/)

  • Graduate Record Examination (GRE): 1510/1600

(Verbal 710, Quantitative 800) + Analytical 5/6

  • IELTS (International English Language Testing System): 8 [L: 8, S: 8, R: 8, W: 8]
  • TOEFL: 283/300 CBT (L: 28/30, S: 28/30, R: 29/30, TWE: 5/6)

3. Presentation:-

          Developed ability to produce reports and presentations to professional standard

4. Analysis and evaluation:-

         Proficient in assessing data and formulating solutions

5. Organizational:-

        Effective at time management and prioritizing tasks to achieve deadlines

6. Interpersonal communication:-

         Strong team working, leadership and communication skills

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

  1. Committed and accepted project in Clinton Global Initative project on “Application of Renewable Energy to Reduce CO2 Emissions” from December 2010 to September 2012, California, USA
  2. Active Participation in Stanford University Outreach Program, USA with Prof. Jennifer Saltzman from September 2011 to May 2012.
  3. News article Author/columnist in Stanford Daily newspaper, California, USA from October 2011 to May 2012.
  4. MIT Global Challenge 2012, member of TAKACHAR project from May 2012 to September 2012 in Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA.

AWARDS & ACHIEVIEMENTS

Educational Awards

  1. ASEAN undergraduate Scholarship from National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore www.eng.nus.edu.sg/civil
  2. University Dean’s Scholarship for undergraduate merit position, CUET, Bangladesh www.cuet.ac.bd
  3. University Dean’s Scholarship for undergraduate merit position, National University of Singapore (NUS) Singapore. www.eng.nus.edu.sg/civil
  4. Scholarship from Dhaka Education Board for S.S.C result, Bangladesh http://site.educationboard.gov.bd/dhaka/activities.php
  5. Scholarship from Dhaka Education Board for H.S.C result, Bangladesh http://site.educationboard.gov.bd/dhaka/activities.php
  6. Scholarship from Bangladesh Technical Education Board, http://www.bteb.gov.bd/
  7. Ministry of Education (MOE) www.moe.sg scholarship for Securing Distinction from National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore
  8. Undergraduate Research Award from National University of Singapore (NUS), http://www.eng.nus.edu.sg/urop/
  9. National Institute of Information Technology (NIIT) Scholarship for Merit Position in National IT Aptitude Test http://www.niit.com.my/asiapaci.html
  10. Carnegie Mellon University Departmental Fellowship http://www.ce.cmu.edu/
  11. University Dean’s Scholarship for merit position, Carnegie Mellon University, USA. http://www.ce.cmu.edu/
  12. Professional Development Honor recognition from American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), Chicago, IL, USA.
  13. ASCE OSHA Susan Harwood Training Grant organized in Illinois Institute of Technology by American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), USA
  14. Travel Grant for Conference on Environmental Effects of Nano-particles and Nanomaterials: 2010 from Clemson University, USA.
  15. Robert and Marvel Kirby Stanford Graduate Fellow in Science Engineering, 2011 under School of Earth Science, Stanford University, USA.
  16. Keynote Speaker recognition crest from Daffodil International University , Dhaka, Bangladesh for outstanding research performance in NASA Ames Research Center, CA, USA.

Professional Awards

  1. Best Performer Award from BPDB, Dhaka, Bangladesh http://www.bpdb.org.bd
  2. Best Designer Reorganization from Sheltech Pvt Ltd,, Dhaka. Bangladesh. http://www.sheltechbd.com/contactus.ph

MEMBERSHIP

  1. Club Member of Student Union NUSSU in National University of Singapore, (NUS) http://www.nus.edu.sg/nussu/
  2. Review Member of ReseachSEA http://www.researchsea.com/
  3. Member of EWRI (Environment & Water Research Institute) http://content.ewrinstitute.org/ 926718 identification number
  4. Member of EECP (Engineering Education & Career Program). Member ID number 0603285 http://www.eecp-edu.org/article.php
  5. Reviewer of MetaPress/Springer, ID (236-39-065). http://www.springerlink.com
  6. Member of UROP (Under Graduate Research Program) in National University of Singapore, (NUS) http://www.eng.nus.edu.sg/urop/
  7. Associate Member of Institute of Engineers” Bangladesh (IEB) since October 2009 http://www.iebbd.org/ Member ID: AM/10281
  8. Member of America Concrete Institute (ACI). Member ID: 01159033 www.concrete.org
  9. Member of ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers). http://www.asce.org/ 926718 identification number.
  10. Member of Bangladesh Environment Network. http://www.ben-center.org/
  11. Institutional Member of SANDEE (South Asian Network Development & Environmental Economics. http://www.sandeeonline.com/currentinstmember_disp.php?page=7
  12. Student Member of Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP), USA.
  13. Member of Association for Women in Science (AWIS). http://www.awis.org/ Member ID: 32472
  14. Member of American Meteorological Society (AMS), USA. Member ID: 0406214 http://www.ametsoc.org/
  15. Active Member of Women In Science & Engineering (WISE) in Stanford University, USA.
  16. Active Member of MIT Energy Club, USA.

TRAINING

  1. Have done training on Building Construction under HBRI (Housing & Building Research Institute), http://hbri.gov.bd/contact_us.php Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  2. Have done Industrial training on Civil Engineering in Nan yang Technology University (NTU) fro m National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore. http://www.i2r.a-star.edu.sg/Industrial_Attachment.html
  3. Have performed Survey works in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia during periods of Undergraduate from National University of Singapore (NUS).
  4. Have performed Two Months Course on Computer Aided Design in Institute of Engineers’ Bangladesh (IEB) including Architecture Drawing. http://www.iebbd.org/
  5. 4.0 Professional Development Hour (PDHs) for attending the course on “Crane Safety Training for Engineers and Supervisors”, June 18, 2010 in Chicago, IL, USA ; joint contribution of American Society of Civil Engineers and Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) funded by ASCE OSHA Susan Harwood Training grant.
  6. NIH training on "Environmental health and Safety-Guidelines for Recombinant DNA Molecules" in Carnegie Mellon University, July 14, 2010, USA.

Research Training

CITI) Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative, Carnegie Mellon University Institutional Member ID: 1714784 May 27 – June 5, 2010

  1. Social & Behavioral Research - Basic/Refresher:

Completed Modules:

  • Belmont Report and CITI Course Introduction
  • Students in Research - SBR
  • History and Ethical Principles - SBR
  • Defining Research with Human Subjects - SBR
  • The Regulations and The Social and Behavioral Sciences - SBR
  • Assessing Risk in Social and Behavioral Sciences - SBR
  • Informed Consent - SBR
  • Privacy and Confidentiality - SBR
  • Research with Prisoners - SBR
  • Research with Children - SBR
  • Research in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools - SBR
  • International Research - SBR
  • Internet Research - SBR
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Social and Behavioral Research for Biomedical Researchers
  • International Research
  • Human Subjects Research at the VA
  • HIPAA and Human Subjects Research
  • Workers as Research Subjects-A Vulnerable Population
  • Hot Topics
  • Conflicts of Interest in Research Involving Human Subjects
  1. Responsible Conduct of Research Curriculum:

Completed Modules:

  • Introduction to RCR for Engineers
  • Research Misconduct
  • Responsible Authorship in Engineering
  • Ethical Issues in Peer Review and Publication in Engineering Research
  • Conflicts of Interest in Engineering Research
  • The Ethics of Mentoring
  • Ethical Issues in the Management of Data in Engineering Research
  • Collaborative Research in Engineering Fields
  • Completing the RCR for Engineers Course
  • Completing the RCR for Engineers Course. 3
  • The CITI RCR Course Completion Page.
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Whistle Blowing and the Obligation to Protect the Public
  • Environmental Ethics
  • Human Subjects Research in Engineering Fields.
  • The Use of Live Animals in Research
  • Animal Welfare
  • Human Subjects
  1. Lab Training:

Activity Name: General Safety & Emergency Preparedness

                          Chemical Safety for Laboratories
                          Compressed Gas Safety
                          Fire Extinguisher Use

Activity Code: EHS-4200-092311-ES in Stanford University, USA.

UNDERGRADUATE THESES & RESEARCH WORKS

  1. Seismograph in Pre-alarming and Preventing disasters of Earthquake in National University of Singapore, (NUS).
  2. Recycling of Materials in Civil Engineering in National University of Singapore, (NUS).
  3. Environmental Impact Assessment of Development Schemes baseline in National University of Singapore, (NUS).
  4. Flood Mitigation & Management in National University of Singapore, (NUS).
  5. Vibration Based Inspection of Civil Engineering Structures in National University of Singapore, (NUS).
  6. System Identification and Damage Detection in National University of Singapore, (NUS).
  7. Kinematics and Mechanisms Design in National University of Singapore, (NUS).
  8. Undergrad Thesis: Analyzing Seismography is to seismic risk reduction and raising pre-awareness to reduce losses in National University of Singapore, (NUS).

GRADUATE PROJECT & THESIS WORKS

  1. Manufactured Gas Plant Remediation Project for Wildcat Remediation, Inc. compiling site remedial condition in Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
  2. Improving Pittsburgh International Airport’s Pavement Management Program for Allegheny Country Airport (Pittsburgh International Airport) advancing Infrastructure Management in Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
  3. Environmental & Ecological Fate, Transport, Exposure, Risk assessment with uncertainty numbers, Exposure pathways analyses using RAMAS CALC. 4.0 Software to establish risk based decision in Environmental Management for any specific site. in Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
  4. Grad Thesis Topic: Implications and Implementation of Nanotechnology in terms of Environmentalriskanalysis and modelingdetectingforeignharmfulparticilesfor human health. [under (CEINT) Center for the Environmental Implementation of Nano Techonology] in Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
  5. Alternation of Energy Based system to reduce rapid Climate change and posible industrial decisión making to reduce global warming. (Under CDMC (Climate Decision Making Centre) in Carnegie Mellon University, USA.
  6. Nine Mile Run Green Project- wáter quality of Monongahela River in Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
  7. Developing Advanced Renewable Energy tools; Optimal Operation of an Integrated Energy Park Including Fossil Fuel Power Generation, CO2 Capture and Wind in Stanford Univeristy, CA, USA.
  8. Decentralized water disinfection in Dhaka, Bangladesh; Designing Chlorination & Plasma Technology in Stanford University, CA, USA.

PUBLICATION

  1. Journal Publication & Online short article Publication:
  • J1. “Electrical Conductivity of Rocks and Dominant Charge Carriers: The Paradox of Thermally Activated Positive Holes” in Journal of Earth Science and Climate Change (JECC), November 2012 (Accepted To appear soon)
  • J2. “Renewable Energy Large-Scale Integrated Models to Mitigate Green House Emissions in Power Plant” in Stanford Graduate Research Journal (SGRJ), January 2013. [ Accepted to appear on January 2013 edition]
  • J3. Chen, X., and Nomana Intekhab Hadi Feb 9, 2008. “A two-layer model to simulate variations in surface water chemistry draining a forest watershed.” Water Resource. Following Previous (Res. (W09425) 41:8 pp), in NUS Publication, Wat.Res.41.11: 3067-3083, Singapore.
  • J4. “Proposed DART (Deep-Ocean Assessment and Reporting of Tsunamis) system in the Bay of Bengal”, in Daily Star, page 20, Vol 1 February 13, 2009 on TECHNEWS Section, Dhaka, Bangladesh. http://www.thedailystar.net/newDesign/news-details.php?nid=75643
  • J5. “Proposed Deep-ocean Assessment and Reporting of Tsunamis in the Bay of Bengal” in Bangladesh2day (Journal), Technology Section. Top spotlight view, on February 13, 2009, Dhaka,Bangladesh.http://bangladesh2day.com/newsfinance/2009/February/13/Technology.php
  • O1. “Earthquake Pre Awareness & Seismic Risk Reduction” http://www.4engr.com/research/review/430/index.html
  • O2. “Quality Protection of Ground Water.”

http://www.4engr.com/research/catalog/872/index.html


  1. Working Paper:
  • W1. Working Paper on "Sustainable Concrete Construction" by Md.Mizanur Rahman & Nomana Intekhab Hadi in South Asian Network for Development in Environmental Economics, SANDEE ( http://www.sandeeonline.com/index.php) on 16th December 2009. Ref. Link:

http://www.sandeeonline.com/publicationdisp.php?pageno=9&pcid=1

  1. Conference Proceedings (Oral and Poster Presentation):
  • C1. Conference proceeding in 3rd International Conference on Environmental Aspects of Bangladesh" (ICEAB), on 13~14 Oct. 2012, in Fukuoka, JAPAN on “Integrating Engineering data with geophysics in Carbon sequestration: toward reliable estimation of CO2 saturation in Soil of Bangladesh”
  • C2. Poster presentations entitled “Environmental Foresight Through Computational Chemistry: To Avoid Wasting Resources through Implementing Changes that Turn out to be Bad Ideas” in Ecosystem Reconciliation: Realities Facing the San Francisco Estuary , 7th Biennial Bay–Delta Science Conference , CA, USA , October 16–18, 2012
  • C3. Poster Presentation entitled “Advanced Nanoparticle Mining Approaches as NanoSolutions for Environmental Challenges in Developing Countries” in International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis 40th Anniversary Conference, Vienna, Austria, October 24-26, 2012
  • C4. Environmental Protection; Hazardous Waste Management; implying Plasma Technology in Arid Regions" with reference number 0202 in First International Conference on Environmental Challenges in Arid Regions. Jeddah, Saudi Arabia 6-8 February 2012.
  • C5. Poster presentation on “Alternation Methodology of Renewable Energy to Reduce CO2 Emission” in AEESP Education & Research Conference, 2011, Florida 12-14 July, USA.
  • C6. Poster Presentation on “Environmental Policy Development and Climate Change Mitigation in terms of Economic Growth” in Eco Forum Conference & Exhibition 7-9 March 2012, Sydney, Australia.
  • C7. “Sustainable Environmental Policy Development using Environmental Performance Index in the Developing Countries” in 36th Annual Conference Beyond Sustainability, 2011 Institute of Florida Studies-Hillsborough Community College, USA. November 3-4, 2011.
  • C8. Poster Presentation on “Carbon sequestration –Towards Local solution and Future implication; developing countries” in Stanford's Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP) Research Symposium, October 10-11, 2012, USA.
  • C9. Poster Presentation on “Accessibility and Probability index of Building Site Remediated and Constructed Environment in GAS Plant” in The 2012 Conference on Anthropology & Sustainability in Asia, Bangkok, Thailand; December 15-17, 2012 (To be appeared)
  • C10. “Establishment of alternative energy wind power markets and technologies in developing countries” in 4th International Congress for Environmental Research; Surat, India; December 15-17, 2011
  • C11. Poster Presentation on “Earthquake Integrated Data Index & Recent Paleoseismology in Bangladesh” in ICESE 2012 : International Conference on Earthquake and Structural Engineering in Bangkok, Thailand during December 22-23 2012 [WASET Print ISSN 2010-376X Electronic ISSN 2010-3778]
  • C12. Poster presentation entitled “Electrochemical reduction; Efficiency and Economic Analysis of Carbon Dioxide–Developing Countries” in University of Southern California Energy club (poster night) on 27 November 2012 in California, USA.
  • C13. Poster Presentation on “Decentralized Water Disinfection and Designing Low Cost Clean Water Technology in Developing Countries” in Ecosystem Reconciliation: Realities Facing the San Francisco Estuary , 7th Biennial Bay–Delta Science Conference , CA, USA , October 16–18, 2012
  • C14. Poster Presentation on “Efficiency and economical Analysis of Carbon Sequestration –Developing Countries” in ICEWE 2012: International Conference on Energy, Water and Environment in Phuket, Thailand during December 24-25, 2012. [WASET Print ISSN 2010-376X, Electronic ISSN 2010-3778]
  • C15. Poster Presentation on "Arsenic: Contamination, Exposure and Toxicity Index Monitoring in Rural Areas of Bangladesh" in BAPA-BEN International Conference on Water Resources in South Asia: Conflicts to Cooperation (IC WRSA-CC) on January 4-5, 2013 in Dhaka, Bangladesh (To be appeared)
  • C16. “Climate Change and relevant Migration Development” conference proceeding, June 17, 2010, pp: 113-114, at United Nations Institute of Training and Research (UNITAR), New York, USA.
  • C17. “Integration of formulated steps is to reach beyond the border of seismic threats on Bangladesh’s infrastructure implying long run policy” in Bangladesh Environment Network (BEN) BEN-NY-NJ-CT (the tri-state chapter of BEN for New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut) USA. December 2011
  • C18. “Development & Entrepreneurship of Dhaka’s (Capital of Bangladesh) road infrastructure & technology to last overwhelming Traffic Jam” in Bangladesh Environment Network (BEN) BEN-NY-NJ-CT (the tri-state chapter of BEN for New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut) USA, December 2011
  • C19. “Modeling, Monitoring and Management of Air Pollution; to Protect Environment of Dhaka, as well as of Bangladesh” in Bangladesh Environment Network (BEN) BEN-NY-NJ-CT (the tri-state chapter of BEN for New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut) USA. December 2011.
  1. Technical Paper:
  • T1. “Understanding Pittsburgh International Airport's Pavement Management Program” in Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, USA.

http://trid.trb.org/view.aspx?id=1215677

  • T2. “GHG Emission Abatement: Adaptive management of CCS regulation and decision making policy management” in Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, USA
  • T3. “Adaptation to Climate Change Impacts: Water implications of low carbon energy production.” in Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Geneva 2, Switzerland

Accepted to be appeared

  • T4. “Pavement Condition Prediction, Optimistic Cost approaches, and Integrated Enhanced Pavement Management System (GIS Modeling) of Pittsburgh International Airport prepared for Allegheny Country Airport Authority, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.” in American Concrete Institute , MI, USA.
  • T5. “Manufactured Gas Plant Remediation of Wildcat Remediation, Inc.” in GEO/Environmental Associates Inc , Tennessee, USA.
  1. Book/Book Chapters Publication:

Published:

  • B1. Online www.lulu.com reviewed book on “DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN CHARTS OF REINFORCED CONCRETE COLUMNS". With Content ID: 8800398, ISBN #: 978-0-557-47294-9 and Volume 1, May 13, 2010- by Engr. Mizanur Rahman, Engr. Kazi Farhad, Engr. Nomana Intekhab Hadi; supervised by Dr. Munaz Noor.


Abstract on Earthquake in Undergraduate Thesis

Voluminous information will flow out on the network since a new preventive system for earthquake disasters outputs much of P-wave warnings and S-wave warnings by seismograph, and transmit and receive the warnings with the seismograph. Therefore, we developed a telecommunication method adaptable to the foregoing system capable of precise transmitting of warnings. Even though a multiple number of seismographs exist together, system construction technically becomes possible without any technical problems, as it does riot depend on the manufacturer for this correspondence procedure. It is conceivable that the advantage contributable to both of railway operators and seismograph manufacturers will be tremendous since such a concept will induce adequate competition among manufacturers and eventual cost saving.

SEMINAR PARTICIPATION & WORK

  1. “Steel and climate policy: trade barriers and emissions targets for the US steel industry” - Research Group: Environmental Engineering Science & Management (EESM), Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, Carnegie Mellon University, on February 5, 2010
  2. “Corporate Environmental Management at IBM” - Research Group: Environmental Engineering Science & Management (EESM), Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, Carnegie Mellon University, on January 29, 2010
  3. “Meeting the World’s Energy Needs in a CO2-Constrained Environment: The Role of Nuclear Power”. Civil & Environmental Engineering Departmental Seminar, Carnegie Mellon University, on February 12 , 2010
  4. “Design Decisions for Electric Vehicles and Charging Infrastructure” - Engineering Science & Management (EESM), Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, Carnegie Mellon University, on February 19, 2010
  5. “Can compressed air energy storage profitably integrate Texas wind power?” - Research Group: Environmental Engineering Science & Management (EESM), Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, Carnegie Mellon University, on March 5, 2010
  6. “Source Water Quality in the Monongahela River” - Research Group: Environmental Engineering Science & Management (EESM), Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, Carnegie Mellon University, on March 19, 2010
  7. “Shaw Environmental Sustainability” - Research Group: Environmental Engineering Science & Management (EESM), Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, Carnegie Mellon University, on March 26, 2010
  8. “Risk Communication for Carbon Capture and Sequestration” - Research Group: Environmental Engineering Science & Management (EESM), Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, Carnegie Mellon University, on April 2 , 2010
  9. “Focus on Advanced Infrastructure System (AIS focus)” - Research Group: Environmental Engineering Science & Management (EESM), Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, Carnegie Mellon University, on April 9 , 2010
  10. “Ecosystem Impacts of Nanomaterials” - Research Group: Environmental Engineering Science & Management (EESM), Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, Carnegie Mellon University, on April 16, 2010
  11. “Constitutive Behavior and Reliability of Ferroelectric Materials” - Research Group: Environmental Engineering Science & Management (EESM), Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, Carnegie Mellon University, on April 23, 2010
  12. “How the Earth was Made - Part I, Part II” - Research Group: Environmental Engineering Science & Management (EESM), Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, Carnegie Mellon University, on January 15, January 22, 2010

WORK EXPERIENCE

  • RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:
  1. As an Undergraduate Research Assistant, RA under UROP (Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program) from 2007 March to 2008 March in NUS., Singapore
  2. Has worked as a Research Assistant in Carnegie Mellon University under Civil & Environmental Engineering Department at EESM (Environmental Engineering, Science & Management Research group. Research Project Affiliation: Center for Environmental Implications of Nano-Technology (CEINT), Climate based Decision Making Center (CDMC) from January 2010 to December 2010, USA.
  3. Had been working as a Research Fellow in Stanford University, USA under Energy Resource Engineering Department and Civil & Environmental Engineering Department from September 2011 to May 2012 on ARGILE & ESW project.
  4. Have been Working as a Research Associate in SETI Institute being affiliated with NASA Ames Research Center, Earth Science Division, Code SGE Exbiology Grant # NNX10AR81G entitled: "Preformed Complex Organic Molecules from the Matrix of Magnetic Minerals" Project Title: Electrochemical Oxidation Reactions at Rock-Water Interfaces from May 2012 to Till now.
  • INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE:
  1. As a Project Engineer from January 2008 to April 2009 had been serving Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB) http://www.bpdb.org.bd & Sheltech Pvt Ltd. http://www.sheltechbd.com/contactus.php , Dhaka, Bangladesh
  2. As a Structural had been serving Building For Future Ltd from April 2009 to December 2009. http://www.buildingforfutureltd.com/ , Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE:
  1. Had been working for Military Institute of Science & Technology (MIST) as a Lecturer in Civil Engineering Department from January 2009 to December 2009, Dhaka, Bangladesh http://www.mist-bd.org/



My Reflection

Feedback & Notes from my WikiNeighbours

(Comment.gif: Dear Colleague, greetings. Thanks for your inputs to this workshop. The report is available [here]. I will be happy to be of any assistance in future too. With best wishes, --R C Sharma, PhD 20:45, 22 May 2011 (UTC))


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(Comment.gif: Hi Nomana, You are very welcome to this eL4C50 Online workshop. Patricia Schlicht, Gita Mathur, Micheal Verhaart and me are your facilitators and will help you in develop your page. Enjoy this workshop and donot hesitate to ask for help. You can either leave a message on our user pages or email us. Warm Wishes.--Ramesh Sharma 21:42, 27 April 2011 (UTC))

  • Welcome back. Good to see you taking this course again. Even we faciltiators are learning something new every time we teach the course. Enjoy the workshop. Warm wishes--Patricia Schlicht 19:43, 28 November 2010 (UTC)
  • Hi Ruhee - Looks like you have lots of wiki skills already :) Looking forward to working with you. Have you anything in particular you want to develop? - Michael ( Mverhaart 10:50, 29 November 2010 (UTC) )
  • Hi Ruhee! You've made really impressive things. Greetings from Finland! --Teromakotero 20:32, 23 December 2010 (UTC)
  • Hi Ruhee! It's great to have you on WikiEducator. Looking forward to networking with you. Emmanuel Nalumenya 9:11 09 January,2011 (UTC)
  • Dear Nomana. Great to see you here again. Maybe we will be able to upgrade you soon. Check out here what it takes in our WikiMaster programme. Warm wishes--Patricia Schlicht 21:18, 7 April 2011 (UTC)

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