Personal Information of Nour Md. Mofiz Uddin Khan

Name

Nour Md. Mofiz Uddin Khan

Designation

Lecturer

Department

Department of Chemistry

Office Address

Building: New Academic Building
Room # 5012
PABX Ext.: 5117

 

Contact Information

Email:  mofizchemdu at duet.ac.bd
Alternate Email:   mofizchemdu at gmail.com
Mobile:  +88 01735 879489
T&T:  +880 2 92044734-53 Extn.-5117

Educational Qualifications

Degree University Country Year Field
M.Sc. University of  Dhaka Bangladesh 2006 Chemistry
B.Sc. University of  Dhaka Bangladesh 2005 Chemistry

Field of Specialization:

Organic Chemistry (Chromatographic and Spectroscopic analysis)

Research Interest:

Physical Molecular Chemistry, Organic Synthesis, Organometallic, Natural Product, Nano-science etc.

Career Profile
(Job Profile)

2013- onwards
Lecturer
Dept. of Chem., DUET, Gazipur, Bangladesh.

Additional Charge List
(Present Designation and Offices)

Lecturer

Courses Taught
(Course Code and Title only)

Undergraduate Level:  Ch-1101, Ch-1203, Ch-1703, Ch-2101, Ch-2415, Ch-1102, Ch-1204, Ch-1504, Ch-1704, Ch-2102, and Ch-2416.

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

Journal:
2015:
N.M. Mofiz Uddin Khan, Md. Sagar Hossain, (2015, Jun.). Scopoletin and β-sitosterol glucoside from roots of Ipomoea digitata. Jour. of Pharcog. and Phytochem. [online]. 4(2), pp.  05-07.
Available: http://www.phytojournal.com/Volume_4_Issue_2a.html

NM Mofiz Uddin Khan, Nazneen Akter, Md Sagar Hossain, Md Habibur Rahman, (2015, Aug.). New stigmasterol and long chain alcohol from Tinospora cordifolia. Inter. Jour. of Multidis. Res. and Develop. [online]. 2(8), pp. 143-145.
Available: http://www.allsubjectjournal.com/archives/?year=2015&vol=2&issue=8&part=C

Research or other Academic ProjectExperience

B.Sc. Project: Study of physico – chemical properties of binary mixtures of               
                          DMSO- EtOAc and Toluene – EtOAc at five different temperatures.

 

M.S. Research: Phytochemical and Antimicrobial investigation of the leaves of  
Leucas indica Linn. (Local name: Dondokalash)

Other Research: Microwave assisted synthesis of polyDADMAC as flocculants
for the treatment of wastewater.