Department of Civil Engineering (CE)

Lt Col Mohammad Russedul Islam, PhD, Engrs

Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering (CE)

CONTACT INFORMATION

Room: 712 , 7th Floor, General Mustafiz Tower, MIST.

Mirpur Cantonment, Dhaka-1216, Bangladesh.

 

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION

  • Doctor of Engineering, School of Urban Innovation, Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan, 2014
  • M.Phil in Infrastructure Management, Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan, 2011
  • B.Sc in Civil Engineering, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2003

POSITION HELD

  • Associate Professor (Lieutenant Colonel), Department of Civil Engineering, MIST, Dhaka, 2019
  • Assistant Professor (Major), Department of Civil Engineering, MIST, Dhaka, 2015
  • Sub-Divisional Engineer (25 BCS), Roads and Highways Department, Bangladesh, 2007~2015
  • Assistant Engineer, Water Development Board, Bangladesh, 2005~2006
  • Junior Engineer, Institute of Water Modeling, Mohakhali DOHS, Dhaka, 2003~2005

 

AWARDS/ HONOURS

  • Achieved Joint Japan World Bank Graduate Scholarship ( 2009-11) for MPhil Program
  • Achieved Japan Government Scholarship (Monbukagakusho 2011-14) for Doctoral Program


ACADEMIC PROJECTS:

MSc Thesis Supervision:

        1. Influence of Coarse Aggregate Characteristics on Concrete Properties (2019),  MSc thesis, Md Rabiul Alam Roll No: 1012110022
        2. Experimental Evaluation Of Hot Mix Asphalt Modified With Different Additives (2020), MSc Thesis, Tamanna Jerin, Roll No. 1014110027

BSc Thesis Supervision:

              1. Polypropylene Modified Asphalt Mix to Improve Wearing Course of Flexible Pavement, 2019
              2. Experimental Investigation of Paving Asphalt Modified with Carbon Black from Scrap Tire Pyrolysis, 2019
              3. Utilizing Fly Ash to Improve Subgrade Properties in Bangladesh, 2018 (Awarded Best Research in MIST)
              4. Recycling of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement according to Existing Construction Practices, 2018
              5. Feasibility Assessment of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP) in context of Bangladesh, 2017
              6. Subgrade Stabilization Using Industrial Waste, 2017
              7. Prospect of Recycling of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (Rap)  to be Used as Stabilized Base in the Context of Bangladesh, 2016
              8. Evaluating Waste Disposal of Fly Ash & its Potential as Mineral Filler In Flexible Pavement, 2016
              9. Effect of Climate Change on Road Maintenance in Bangladesh, 2015

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

  • Member, IEB, Bangladesh

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Research Domain: Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP), Modified Bitumen, Soil Stabilization, Pavement analysis, Application of Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) in Water - Soil Interaction

 

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

 

  1. Md. Aftabur Rahman, Nafisa Tabassum and·Mohammed Russedul Islam (2021). Seismic slope failures: a numerical investigation by the smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH), Innovative Infrastructure Solutions, vol 6 (155), https://doi.org/10.1007/s41062-021-00523-y
  2. Md. Aftabur Rahman, Nafisa Tabassum and· Mohammed Russedul Islam (2020). Different aspects of slope failures considering large deformation: application of smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH), Innovative Infrastructure Solutions (Springer Nature), 6, 37(2021) https://doi.org/10.1007/s41062-020-00405-9
  3. Mohammed Russedul Islam, Shah Md Muniruzzaman , Md. Kamrul-Al-Masud and Syed Sadat Morshed (2020). Alternative option for road maintenance management in Bangladesh under climate change condition, International Journal of GEOMATE, Feb., 2020, Vol.18, Issue 66, pp. 92-97 ISSN: 2186-2982 (P), 2186-2990 (O), Japan, DOI: https://doi.org/10.21660/2020.66.9463
  4. Islam, M.R., K. Hayano and A.M.K.N. Nadeesha (2013). Simulating the effect of flow volume on scouring process around breakwater under tsunami condition by SPH method, Int. J. of GEOMATE, Dec, 2013, Vol. 5, No. 2 (Sl. No. 10), pp. 723-728, Geotech., Const. Mat. & Env., ISSN:2186-2982(P), 2186-2990(O), Japan.
  5. M.S.A.M. Anik, M.R. Islam, M.A. Iqbal, K.M.S. Quader (2018). Investigation into potential of fly ash obtained from coal based power plants to contribute to sustainable environment, International Journal of GEOMATE, Feb., 2018 Vol.14, Issue 42, pp.128-133, Geotec., Const. Mat. & Env., ISSN:2186-2990, Japan, DOI: https://doi.org/10.21660/2018.42.96833
  6. Islam, Mohammed Russedul, K., Hayano, Rahman, Md. Aftabur (2019). Insights into Effects of Seepage on Failure of Breakwater Mound: Experimental and Numerical Investigations, Indian Geotechnical Journal (Springer), https://doi.org/10.1007/s40098-019-00356-8.
  7. Md Jahidul Islam, Md Rabiul Alam, Mohammed Russedul Islam and Muhammad Hasanuzzaman (2020). Evaluation of commonly used aggregates for sustainable infrastructure development in Bangladesh, International Journal of GEOMATE, Feb., 2020, Vol.18, Issue 66, pp. 98-104 ISSN: 2186-2982 (P), 2186-2990 (O), Japan, DOI: https://doi.org/10.21660/2020.66.9464
  8. Mohammed Russedul Islam, Md. Aftabur Rahman, Kimitoshi Hayano (2020). Application of smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) for simulating various geotechnical problems, SN Applied Sciences (Springer),  https://doi.org/10.1007/s42452-020-2379-y

 

CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS

  1. Tamanna Jerin, Shahrina Mahzabin, Samiya Siddique, Taslima A. Elma, Mohammad I. Hossain, A.M.ASCE and Mohammed R. Islam (2020). Modified Asphalt with Carbon Black from Scrap Tire Pyrolysis, International Conference on Transportation and Development 2020 (ASCE), https://doi.org/10.1061/9780784483183.008
  2. Tamanna Jerin, Nazia Jahan, Jayisha D. Jaya, Nafis A. Sami, Mohammad I. Hossain,A.M.ASCE5; and Mohammed R. Islam (2020). Polypropylene Modified Asphalt Mix to Improve Wearing Course of Flexible Pavement, International Conference on Transportation and Development 2020 (ASCE), https://doi.org/10.1061/9780784483183.007
  3. Islam, Mohammed Russedul; Hossain ,Mohammad Imran, Hossain, Sakib, Fahim Al Faisal, ; Mahadi Hasan and Rahman, Sheikh Mohibur (2019). Potential of RAP as Aggregate Base and Subbase in the Context of Bangladesh, International Airfield and Highway Pavements Conference by ASCE July 21–24, 2019,  Chicago, Illinois.
  4. Islam, Mohammed Russedul , Hossain , Mohammad Imran, Iqbal, Binte Mumtahina, Rahman, Mostafizur, Sarker, Ausmita , and Noor, Ceayum A. (2019). Utilizing Fly Ash to Improve Subgrade Properties in Bangladesh, Potential of RAP as Aggregate Base and Subbase in the Context of Bangladesh, International Airfield and Highway Pavements Conference by ASCE July 21–24, 2019 Chicago, Illinois.
  5. Nafisa Tabassum1, Md. Aftabur Rahman, Mohammed Russedul Islam (2019). Evaluation of numerical approach in slope stability analysis considering large deformation of geo-materials, 9th Int. Conf.  on Geotechnique, Construction Materials and Environment,  Tokyo, Japan, 20-22 November 2019, ISBN: 978-4-909106025 C3051
  6. Md Jahidul Islam, Md Rabiul Alam, Mohammed Russedul Islam, Muhammad Hasanuzzaman (2019). Influence of coarse aggregate properties on concrete performance, 9th Int. Conf.  on Geotechnique, Construction Materials and Environment,  Tokyo, Japan, 20-22 November 2019, ISBN: 978-4-909106025 C3051
  7. Islam, Mohammed Russedul, Hossain, Mohammad Imran, and Rahman, Md Tasfiqur (2018). Investigating the Prospect of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP) as Stabilized Base in the Context of Bangladesh, International conference on transportation & development, ASCE’s Flagship Conference in Transportation & Development, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, July 15–18, 2018.
  8. Islam, Md Mashkurul, Islam, Mohammed Russedul, Hossain, Mohammad Imran Islam, B. M. Shofiqul, Arif, Saiful Alam (2018). Feasibility Assessment of Using of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP) in Highway Construction in Bangladesh, Building the Transport Infrastructure of Tomorrow, IRF Global R2T Conference, Las Vegas, United States of America, 9-11 November, 2018.
  9. Islam, M. R. , Shah, M. Muniruzzaman, Masud, Md. K. A., and Syed, S. Morshed (2015). Effect of climate change on road maintenance in Bangladesh, proceedings of the first international conference on advances in civil infrastructure and construction materials, MIST, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 14–15 December 2015.
  10. Asaduzzaman and Islam, Mohammed Russedul (2015). Exploring the interface bond condition and its effects on premature failure of an overlay work: case study on national highway-5, Bangladesh, proceedings of the first international conference on advances in civil infrastructure and construction materials, MIST, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 14–15 December 2015
  11. Md. N. Haque and Mohammed R. Islam (2015). Aerodynamic behavior of box girder bridge deck with edge fairing effects of nose location, proceedings of the first international conference on advances in civil infrastructure and construction materials, MIST, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 14–15 December 2015.
  12. M.R. Islam, Y. Zhao, and K. Hayano (2014). Collapse of the scoured rubble mound around breakwater by overtopping tsunami water with SPH method, 48th national conference on geotechnical engineering, July 15-18, 2014, Kita-Kyusho, Japan.
  13. A.M.K.N. Nadeesha, Islam, M.R., and K. Hayano (2013). Effect of soil critical shear stress on the hydraulic erosion of breakwater subject to Tsunami flow in SPH, proceedings of the 48th national conference on geotechnical engineering, July 23-26, 2013, Toyama, Japan, pp.1971-1972
  14. Islam, M.R., A.M.K.N. Nadeesha and K. Hayano (2013). Simulating the effects of flow volume and fall height on scouring process by SPH method, Proceedings of the 48th national conference on geotechnical engineering, July 23-26, 2013, Toyama, Japan, pp.1551-1552.
  15. Islam, M.R., A.M.K.N. Nadeesha and K. Hayano (2013). Prediction of erosion around breakwater caused by tsunami flow by smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH), proceedings of the 18th Southeast Asian Geotechnical & Inaugural AGSSEA Conference, 29 - 31 May 2013, Singapore, pp. 1033-1038.
  16. A.M.K.N. Nadeesha , Islam, M.R. and K. Hayano (2013). Effect of SPH input parameters for the simulation of hydraulic erosion of breakwaters subject to tsunami flow, proceedings of 18th Southeast Asian Geotechnical & Inaugural AGSSEA Conference, 29 - 31 May 2013, Singapore, pp. 1081-1086.
  17. Islam, M.R, K. Hayano (2012). Proposal of maintenance options to meet the pavement failure characteristics in Bangladesh, Advances in Transportation Geotechnics II – Miura et al. (eds) 2012 Taylor & Francis Group, London, ISBN 978-0-415-62135-9, pg 793-798
  18. Islam Mohammed Russedul and Hayano, K. (2010). Some Insight into Maintenance Management of the Paved Road Networks in Bangladesh, Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Advanced Technologies in Asphalt Pavements (Kwang W. Kim eds), Korea, 3-4 June, 2010, pp. 133-140.
  19. Islam Mohammed Russedul and Hayano, K (2010). A Study of Failure Mechanism of Roads in Bangladesh, Proceedings of the 12th JSCE International Summer Symposium, Tokyo, Japan,18 September, 2010, pp. 307-310.

 

SUBJECTS TAUGHT

Theory

Sessional

Highway Materials and Asphalt Mix Design

Highway & Air Field Pavement and Drainage

Project Planning and Construction Management

Procurement Regulations

Numerical Methods

Surveying

Highway Material Sessional

Highway and Airfield Pavement Design

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • FACULTY MEMBER, Department of CE, Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Mirpur Cantonment, Dhaka-1216, Bangladesh.
    Duration: May, 2015 – Present.
  • Sub-Divisional Engineer (25 BCS), Roads and Highways Department, Bangladesh, From 2007 to 2015
  • Assistant Engineer, Water Development Board, Bangladesh, 2005 ~2006
  • Junior Engineer, Institute of Water Modeling, Mohakhali DOHS, Dhaka, 2003~2005

 

INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

        1. Construction and widening of road from ECB Chattar to Manikdi and Jasimuddin to Uttara 3rd phase project, 24 Engineer Construction Brigade, November, 2020
        2. Design Review on “Purbachal link road design report,  (Kuril flyover to Kanchan intersection)”, 24 Engineer Construction Brigade, March, 2020
        3. Study  on “Simulating traffic flow behaviour by PTV VISSIM during merging of 14 lane to 12 lane at the segment of  Bridge -2  to at grade intersection -3 of the Purbachol link road considering Stadium bound traffic, Purbachal link road design report,  (Kuril flyover to Kanchan intersection), 24 Engineer Construction Brigade, March, 2020
        4. Study on “Traffic management options between bridge -2 (on Balu river) and at grade intersection -3”, March, 2020
        5. Study on “Identifying the Best Possible Location(s) for Foot-over-Bridge near Jamuna Future Park to Facilitate the Smooth and Uninterrupted Flow of Pedestrians across Progoti Shoroni and along the Walkway/ Footpath”, February, 2020
        6. The Consultancy work on Ground Improvement of Soft Soil Sites along Akhaura Laksham Section of Bangladesh Railway (2018), CATS-MIST.
        7. The consultancy works for Balukhali-Ghundum Road Project (Geotechnical Aspects, 2016), CATS-MIST
        8. Construction and supervision of road , bridge, culvert and maintenance of office building, Inspection Banglo, Quarter buildings, and procurement according to PPR 2008 in Barisal road division (2014), as Sub-divisional Engineer, RHD
        9. Preparation of Annual Maintenance Needs Reports by using HDM-4 software for 2008-09, Sub-divisional Engineer ,RHD
        10. Construction of Chittagong Port Access Road (Final stage, 2007), as Deputy Project Manager , RHD
        11. Design phase of  Flyover under Chittagong Port Trade Facilitation Project (CPTFP,  2007), as Deputy Project Manager,  RHD
        12. Bathymetric survey at lower Meghna River (2005), as Assistant Engineer, BWDB
        13. Land survey for Integrated Cumilla, Chandpur, Noakhali Irigation mitigation project (2004), as Junior Engineer, IWM. Gathered the experience of using Total Station, DGPS, RTK.
        14. Completed a project titled “Study for New Intake Point for Saidabad Water Treatment Plant (2004)”, as Junior Engineer, IWM for DWASA. Gathered experience of using water flow and water quality modelling