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Professor and Chairman, Department of Environmental Science, Stamford University Bangladesh.

& Founder and Director, Center for Atmospheric Pollution Studies (CAPS)

Anam Rangs Plaza (Level- 4), House No 61, Road No 6/A, Satmasjid Road, Dhanmondi,

Dhaka-1209, Bangladesh, Tel: +88 02 8153168, Mobile: +88-01712-017725, +88-01816-145191,

E-mail: kamrul_sub@hotmail.com.

Present Residence Address

Flat No-4B, House No-47, Road No-6/A, Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka-1209, Bangladesh.

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.), Environmental Science and Engineering, School of Science, Kathmandu University, Nepal (NUFU Scholar - Norwegian Government Scholarship project), 2011.
  • Masters of Philosophy (M. Phil.), Environmental Science and Engineering, School of Science, Kathmandu University, Nepal, December 2007.
  • Masters of Science (M. S.), Environmental Science, State University of Bangladesh (SUB), 2005.
  • Masters of Science (M. Sc.), Thesis Group, Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Chittagong, Chittagong, Bangladesh, 2001/2004.
  • Bachelor of Science (Honors), Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Chittagong, Chittagong, Bangladesh, 2000/2003.
  • Higher Secondary Certificate (H.S.C), Chittagong College, Chittagong, Bangladesh, Chittagong Board, 1997.
  • Secondary School Certificate (S.S.C), Chhagalnaiya Pilot High School, Feni, Bangladesh, Comilla Board, 1995.
Areas of Interest

  • Air Pollution and Health
  • Air Pollution and Climate Change
  • Noise Pollution and Health
  • Urban Environment


 

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Prof. Dr. Ahmad Kamruzzaman Majumder
Chairman
Department of Environmental Science

Dr. Ahmad Kamruzzaman Majumder is the Professor and Chairman of the Department of Environmental Science at Stamford University Bangladesh.He is the most prominent resource scholar in area of air pollution and noise pollution in Bangladesh.He has contributed in 5 book chapters and published more than 41 scientific journals. Professor Kamruzzaman has been acting as honorary adviser of different governmental and non-governmental organizations. He conducted several research projects in which 'The water pollution of Karnafully River: Causes and Effects', 'Environmental Impact of Unplanned Commercial Land-use in Urban Residential Area', Urban Environmental Quality Assessment', ' MonitoringAir Quality in Semi-Urban and Urban Metropolitan Areas in Nepal', 'Health Impact Assessment of Air and Noise Pollution on Traffic Police Personnel of Kathmandu Valley, Nepal' have produced significant results and delivered methodical guidelines for achieving sustainable goals. Aside of, he supervised more than 50 undergraduate research project and 100 master's theses.In addition, he acted as Sub Project Member entitled ‘Faculty Capacity Building through Integrated Program for Enrichment of Environmental Research Facilities at the Department of Environmental Science, Stamford University Bangladesh’ a sub-project entitled ‘Higher Education Quality Enhancement Program (HEQEP) of University Grant Commission (UGC). As well, currently acting as Executive Editor, Stamford Journal of Environment and Human Habitat;Members of Clean Air Initiative, Philippines;Join Secretary, Bangladesh Society of Environmental Scientist (BSES); Member, Asiatic Society Bangladesh; Ex-General Secretary, Chittagong University Geographical Association (CUGA);Member, Leo Club of Chittagong;General member, Environmental Working Group FPC, Chittagong; Advisor, ‘Youth in Action: Green Youth Citizens’ under the project of EuropeanUnion andJoint Secretary at Bangladesh Poribesh Bachao Andolon (BAPA).Professor Kamruzzamanconferred his Ph.D. and M. Phil degrees in Environmental Science and Engineering, from Kathmandu University, Nepal as a Norwegian government scholar (NUFU Scholar). Moreover, before achieving his 2nd master's degree in environmental science from State University of Bangladesh, he completed M. Sc. and B. Sc. in Geography and Environmental Studies, from University of Chittagong, Bangladesh.