Personal Information of Professor Dr. Most. Nasrin Akhter

Name

Dr. Most. Nasrin Akhter

Designation

Professor

Department

Mathematics

Office Address

Building: Old Academic Building
Room # 112
PABX Ext.: 5015

 

Contact Information

Email at duet.ac.bd: nasrin at duet.ac.bd
Alternate Email: nasrin6092002 at yahoo.com
Mobile: +88-01749288044

Educational Qualifications

Degree University Country Year Field
Ph.D. Iwate University Japan Awarded in March 2008 Computational Fluid Dynamics
M.Sc. Rajshahi University Bangladesh Awarded in Dec. 1999 Applied Mathematics
B.Sc. Rajshahi University Bangladesh Awarded in Feb. 1997 Mathematics

 

Field of Specialization:

Computational Fluid Dynamics, Turbulence Model, Heat Transfer Blood flow.

Research Interest:

Special Interest on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Development of Turbulence Model, Simulation of Blood flow or similar research on Fluid Dynamics or Aerodynamics.

Career Profile
(Job Profile)

Professor from June 07, 2015 to date.
Associate Professor from January 22,2013 to June 06, 20015
Assistant professor from April 30, 2009 to January 21, 2013.
Lecturer from June 10, 2001 to April 29, 2009

Additional Charge List
(Present Designation and Offices)

Provost (Acting), Madam Curie Hall, DUET , Gazipur, since November 2, 2010 to December 22, 2012

Courses Taught
(Course Code and Title only)

Undergraduate Level: Matrix, Calculus, Differential Equations, Coordinate Geometry, Numerical analysis and complex variable, Partial differential equation.
Postgraduate Level: Computational Fluid Dynamics, Magneto Hydrodynamics, Heat transfer, Turbulence Model.

Thesis Supervision
(Number of Students)

Ph.D.: Under supervision one (01) student.
M.Phil.: Supervised one M.phil student
Student name: Khairuzzaman Mamun
Thesis Title: Simulation of Pulsatile Blood flow through arterial stenosis.
Date of awarded: 29.06.2015
More three (03) students under supervision for M.Phil Degree

Publication List (IEEE format)
(Year-wise publication List)

Journal:
2015:
1. K. Mamun, M.N. Akhter, M. Ali “Physiological Non-Newtonian blood flow through several double stenosed arteries” International Journal of fluid Mechanics Research. (2015), Submitted.
2.  K. Mamun, M.N. Akhter, M.Ali  “Physiological Non-Newtonian blood flow through single stenosed artery” J. of Bioengineering and Biomedical science. (2015), Submitted
3.  M. N. Akhter, M.Ali, Ken-ichi Funazaki, “ Numerical Simulation of heat transfer coefficient on turbine blade Using Intermittency Factor Equation” Procedia Engineering 105(2015) 495-503  (Elsevier)
4. K. Mamun, M. N. Akhter, M.S.H.Mollah, M.A.N. Sheikh, M. Ali, “ Characteristics of pulsatile blood flow through 3-D geometry of arterial stenosis” Procedia Engineering 105(2015) 877-884 (Elsevier)

2014:
S.R. Shahed, M. Ali, M.N. Akhter “Numerical study on unsteady flow field of arterial stenosis” Procedia Engineering 00 (2014) 346-352 (Elsevier)

2012:
R. N. Mondal, M. S. Uddin, M. S. Islam  and M. N. Akhter “Transition to Chaos for Non-isothermal Flows through a Curved Rectangular Duct”  Journal of the Calcutta Mathematical Society, 8,(2) 103-116, 2012.

2009:
M. N. Akhter, K. Yamada, Ken-ichi Funazaki, “Numerical Simulation of Bypass Transition by the approach of Intermittency Transport equation” Journal of Fluid science and Technology , Vol.4, No.3 pp 524-535, 2009.

2007:
M. N. Akhter, Ken-ichi Funazaki, “Development of Prediction Method of Boundary Layer Bypass Transition Using Intermittency Factor Equation” International Journal of Gas Turbine, Propulsion and Power system , Vol.1, no.1 pp. 30-37, 2007.

2004:
M. N. Akhter, M. Z. Islam, M. A. Sattar, “Asymptotic Method for Over Damped Processes in Biological and Biochemical Systems”, J. Bang. Acad. Sci., Vol.28, 93-100, 2004.

2000:
M. N. Akhter, M. S. Alam, M. A. Sattar, “Asymptotic Method for Critically Damped Processes in Biological and Biochemical Systems”, J. Bang. Math. Soc., Vol 20, 37-44, 2000.Conferences:
2010:
M. N. Akhter, K. Yamada, Ken-ichi Funazaki, “ Numerical Predictions of heat transfer coefficient on gas turbine blade Using Intermittency Factor Equation”  Proceedings of  “The 13th Asian Congress of Fluid Mechanics”,  17-21 December 2010.

2008:
M. N. Akhter, K. Yamada, Ken-ichi Funazaki, “Numerical Simulation of Bypass transition by the Approach of Intermittency Transport Equation.” Proceedings of 4th BSME-ASME International conference on Thermal Engineering, 2008.

2007:
1. M. N. Akhter, Ken-ichi Funazaki, Kazutoya Yamada “Numerical Simulation of Bypass Transition by the approach of Intermittency Transport equation.”  presented on the conference of 21st Symposium of Computational Fluid Dynamics. Vol. 21, 2007.12.19-21, in Tokyo Japan

2. M. N. Akhter, Ken-ichi Funazaki, Kazutoya Yamada “ Development of prediction method of boundary layer Bypass transition using intermittency factor equation (CFD approach)”  presented on the conference of JSME Fluid Engineering Division on November 17-18, 2007 in Hiroshima, Japan.

3. M. N. Akhter, Ken-ichi Funazaki, Kazutoya Yamada “ Development of prediction method of boundary layer Bypass transition using intermittency factor equation (Improved version)” Presented on the conference of Northern Branch of the Japan Society for Aeronautical and Space Science (JSASS) vol. 20, 2007.3.7-9 in Sendai, Japan.

2006:
M. N. Akhter, Ken-ichi Funazaki, Kazutoya Yamada , Hideo Taniguchi “Development of prediction method of boundary layer Bypass transition using intermittency factor equation” Presented on the conference of Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers vol. 42, 2006-2 in Sendai Japan.

Research or other Academic Project Experience

Associate Member of Higher Education Quality Enhancement Project
(HEQEP), 2012-2013, project of World Bank. Department of Mathematics, DUET, Gazipur.

Other Profile
(Reviewer, chair, co-chair, editor, associate editor of journal or conferences or books)

Co-Chair:
The 6th BSME International Conference on Thermal Engineering, December 19-21, 2014, Dhaka Bangladesh.
Reviewer:
The 6th BSME International Conference on Thermal Engineering, Bangladesh (2014).