Abu Syed Md. Jannatul Islam
Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Khulna University of Engineering & Technology (KUET)
Khulna -9203, Bangladesh. Phone: +88041769468-75 Ext.8323
Cell: +8801718-616842, +8801515641375, Mail : syed.113.kuet@gmail.com, jannatul@eee.kuet.ac.bd
Website : www.kuet.ac.bd/eee/jannatul/


Welcome! This is Mr. A.S.M. Jannatul's personal Homepage. Mr. A.S.M. Jannatul was born in Rangpur, Bangladesh and had his early education in Rangpur (The Cantonment Public School & College, Rangpur). He obtained his B.Sc.Eng.(EEE) degree in May, 2016 and and M.Sc. Eng.(EEE) degree in January, 2019 from Khulna University of Engineering & Technology (KUET), Bangladesh. After graduation A.S.M Jannatul joined the KUET as a Lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in February, 2017. Now he has promoted as an Assistant Professor in the department of EEE by using his prestigious MS degree. In his MS thesis, he has worked on thermal and mechanical properties of two dimensional silicon carbide nanomaterial using molecular dynamics simulation. Four of his articles has been published in Nanotechnology (IOP) , Materials Research Express (IOP) , AIP Advances (AIP) , and Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (RSC) . Moreover, he has an expertise to analyze the localized Exciton dynamics of organic-inorganic Perovskite material using Monte Carlo Simulation and most recently he has published a paper in AIP Advances (AIP). In his undergraduate level, he has worked on substrates effect on the DC performances of AlGaN/GaN high electron mobility transistor with Comsol Multiphysics Software. As an author, he has six high impact (Peer Reviewd) journals and thirteen IEEE conference papers. A.S.M. Jannatul has been actively involved in research activities related to Nanotechnology, Thermal, Mechanical and Vibrational Properties of 2D Nanomaterials, Organic-inorganic Perovskite material, Nanoelectronic Devices, PV Solar Cell Material Properties and Exciton dynamics of different materials. Moreover, he can use various packages and softwares like Large Atomic Molecular/Massively Parallel Simulator (LAMMPS), Atlas Silvaco, Comsol Multiphysics, Quantum Espresso, FORCE2, Lumerical FDTD and MATLAB to explore the nanomaterials properties and nanoscale device characteristics. Mr. Abu’s future research interest is to solve the emerging challenges of nanoelectronic devices as well as characterization of different nanomaterials experimentally. If you are interested to see his research profile, please go to the following web link: Researchgate Profile and Geogle Scholar Profile ...................Anyone who is interested in Computational Work or searching Research Collaborator, Please contact with Me through Email.............