Md. Masiar Rahman

PhD candidate and Research Assistant

Masiar Rahman
Research Interests

Currently, I am working on Electropolishing of additive manufactured Titanium and other metals to remove and control certain micro and nano roughness using pulse technology and novel electrolytes.

Further research interests include:

  • Underpotential deposition of metals on Carbon nanotube for different applications.
  • Novel nanoparticles coating.
  • Synthesis of porous material especially porous carbon.
  • Sustainable energy catalysis.
  • Redox active bio and organic molecules.
Biography
2013-present PhD Candidate, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Concordia University, Montréal, Canada
2007-2011 Marketing and drug registration manager Ken-Bangla Pharmaceuticals Ltd.  Nairobi, Kenya.
2005-2006 Research assistant and Ph.D student, Material Chemistry laboratory, Hannam University Ojeong-Dong, Daedeok-gu, Daejeon, Korea.
1999-2005 Assistant chemist (Assistant manager), urea synthesis plant operation of Urea Fertilizer Factory Ltd. (UFFL) Ghorashal, Bangladesh.
1998-1999 Chemist, quality control, Bangladesh Beverage industries Ltd. (division of Pepsi-Cola) Dhaka, Bangladesh.
1997 Completed research based Masters in Applied Chemistry and Chemical Technology from University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Awards
2015 Concordia University Conference and Exposition Award
2006 KRF research Scholarship from Govt. of Korea
1995 Tution fee waive award for Master degree from University of Dhaka, Dhaka Bangladesh.
Recent Publications
  • Rahman, M.M., Hof, L.A.*, Johnston, B., Khanoki, S.A., Pasini, D., Wüthrich, R., "Electro-Polishing of Additive Manufactured Porous Titanium for Medical Implants", The 227th ECS Meeting, May 24-28, 2015, Chicago, USA
  • Hof, L.A.*, Rahman, M.M., Hosseiny, S., Wüthrich, R., "Novel nanoparticle coating technology – Method for applying metallic nanoparticle coatings on hydrophilic and hydrophobic surfaces", 2015 Materials Engineering Meeting ASM International – Montreal Chapter, February 11, 2015, Montreal, QC, Canada
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