Muhammad Salahuddin Kabir


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Muhammad Salahuddin Kabir                                                                                                     

210 Cochran Rd, Apt-3, Clemson, SC-29631. 864-722-3095, mkabir@g.clemson.edu

 

EDUCATION •      M.Sc. in Materials Science and Engineering

(Expected in Spring 2016)  Clemson University

•      B.Sc.(Hons.) in Electrical, Electronic and Communication Engineering,                                 Military Institute of Science and Technology

 

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS •      Commandant’s List of Honors Certificate (2008, 2010, 2011)
•    Dean’s List of Honors Certificate (2009)
•    MIST Scholarship (2008-2011)
•    Education Board Scholarship (Talentpool) for the excellence in S.S.C.

 

PUBLICATIONS •      Electrification of streets of Dhaka City Using Solar and Piezoelectric Energy, pg:1-5,ISBN 978-1-4799-5179-6 , 3rd ICIEV 2014
•   Electrification of Streets of Dhaka City Using Smart Solar System, pg:1-4, ISBN 978-1-4799-0397-9, 2nd ICIEV 2013
•   Solar Power Enhancement Using Concentration Method, Tracking System and Fuzzy Based Control System, pg:464-468, ISBN 978-1-4673-4833-1, 15th ICCIT 2012
•   Comparison Between Non-linear MESFET Models: A Case Study, MIST Journal of Science and Technology, pg:54-61, Vol1, Number 1, June-May 2011

 

COMPUTER SKILLS Software:   Matlab,   Maple,   Simulink,     Orcad,   DSCH, Microwind, QUARTUS, ADS, PSpice, Latex
•   Programming Languages: Python, C, C++, Assembly language
•   OS: Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Linux, Mac

 

EXPERIENCE
  • Teaching Assistant,

Materials Science and Engineering,

Clemson University

Fall 2014 to Spring 2016

Labs Taken:

Surface Phenomena Lab,

Structure and   Property Lab

Courses Graded:

Transport Phenomena,

Thermodynamics of Material Science

  • Lecturer, Department of Aeronautical Engineering,

Military Institute of Science and   Technology                             2012 to May, 2014

Courses Taught:
Theory Courses:

Fundamentals of Electronics,

Microprocessor and Interfacing Devices,

Computer Programming and Application,

Signals and Systems

Laboratory Courses

Basic Electrical Circuit  Laboratory AC circuit Laboratory,

Fundamental of Electronics Laboratory,

Digital Logic Design Laboratory,

Microprocessor and Interfacing Laboratory,

Computer Programming Laboratory,

Numerical Technique Laboratory.

Intern, Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission (BAEC), Savar.            2010
Intern, Energypac   Ltd, Savar.                                                               2010

 

EXTRA- CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES •   Public Relations Officer of Bangladesh Association Clemson (BAC)
•   Member of the organizing committee of entrance examination of Dhaka Electric Supply Company Ltd(DESCO)
•   Member of organizing committee of a seminar titled “Vision Exchange Program”
•   Member of organizing committee of a Career Festival held in MIST
•   Assistant Course Co-ordinator of sophomore year and senior year students

 

PROJECTS
  • Design of Sharp Magnetic Nanotweezers: Using tungsten wires to create sharp magnetic nanotweezers, which has a lot of applications specifically in the biomedical field. After sharpening the wire via electropolishing, a layer of coating using permalloy will be added. This will make the apparatus magnetic. Then copper coils will be wrapped around these wires to manipulate them using dif- ferent electrical signals.
  • Traffic Flow Modeling: Using real time data from SC.dot website to make a model of traffic flow on I-20 interstate in the westbound direction. Extensive use of Maple was done during this project. I served as the group leader of a 3 member group.
  • Analysis of Crest Teeth Whitening Strips: A detailed analysis of “Crest Whitening Strips was done”. This project has helped in gaining more experience on IR spectroscopy, optical microscopy, differential scanning calorimetry and thermogravimetric analysis.
  • 4 way traffic control using DSCH
  • Designing Temperature Controller
  • Designing of 4 Bit Arithmetic Logic Unit
Last updated on Wednesday, September 23, 2015