Md. Nazibul Islam is currently working as a lecturer at Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). Reliable and meticulous he is able to work on own initiative or as a part of a group. Md. Nazibul has strong interest on research activities. Through his research he wants to tackle different socio-economic challenges, specially those affecting the 3rd world countries.

List of Publications:

  1. Mehnaz Mursalat, Asif Hasan Rony, Abul Hasnat Md. Sazedur Rahman, MD. Nazibul Islam, Mohidus Samad Khan, “A Critical Analysis of Artificial Fruit Ripening: Scientific, Legislative and Socio-Economic Aspects”, ChE Thoughts, 2013. 3(1)
  2. H. M. Sazedur Rahman, Md. Nazibul Islam, Mollik Yousuf Imtiaz, Abdullah Faisal Pasha, Mehnaz Mursalat, Sabrina Shawreen Alam, Mohidus Samad Khan, “NUTRITION VALUE ANALYSIS OF ARTIFICIALLY RIPENED BANANA (BARI-1 HYBRID BANANA, MUSA SPP.),  Proceedings of the International Conference on Chemical Engineering 2014 ICChE2014, 29-30 December, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  3. Md. Nazibul Islam, H. M. Sazedur Rahman, Mehnaz Mursalat, Asif Hasan Rony, Mohidus Samad Khan, Legislative Aspect of Artificial Fruit Ripening in a Developing Country like Bangladesh. Chemical Engineering Research Bulletin 2015. 18(1).
  4. Md Nazibul Islam, Samavi Farnush Bint-E-Naser, Mohidus Samad khan, ‘Pesticide Food Laws and Regulations’, Pesticide Residue in Foods: Sources, Management, and Control, ed: M. S. Khan and M. S. Rahman, Springer, New York, 2016.
  5. Md Nazibul Islam, Mehnaz Mursalat, Mohidus Samad khan, “A review on the legislative aspect of artificial fruit ripening”, Agriculture and Food Security, 2016. 5(8).
  6. M. S. Khan, M. N. Islam, M. Mursalat , “Low-Cost Paper Diagnostics for the Qualitative and Quantitative Detection of Formaldehyde (Formalin, Primary Aldehyde) in Food, Water and other Biofluids”, US Provisional Patent, 62457901, 12 Feb, 2017.