Profile

Maliha Rahman

মালিহা রহমান

Lecturer

  •  Room No:  310, 2nd floor, GCE building
  •  Phone:   880-1675648508
  •  Email:   maliha.mme@gmail.com
  • maliha@mse.ruet.ac.bd
Courses TaughtMSE 2103- Phase Transformation of Materials

MSE 2104- Metallography Sessional

MSE 2211- Crystal Defect, Deformation and Fracture

MSE 2212- Crystal Defect, Deformation and Fracture Sessional

MSE 3141- Metal Extraction and Refining

MSE 3241- Polymer Science and Engineering

MSE 3242- Polymers Sessional
Field of Research
  •  Polymer, Biomedical Applications of Biopolymers, Composites, Biomaterials, Advanced Ceramics

  •  First Joined: 03rd Dec, 2017
  •      Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering

Position

Education

Book / Book Chapter
1
Journal Articles
3
Conference Papers
0
SL Authors Title Publisher Details Publication Year Type
1 Maliha Rahman, Sangita Das & Mahbub Hasan Mechanical properties of chemically treated banana and pineapple leaf fiber reinforced hybrid polypropylene composites Advances in Materials and Processing Technologies, 4:4, 527-537 2018 Journal
2 S. Das, M. Rahman and M. Hasan Physico-Mechanical Properties of Pineapple Leaf and Banana Fiber Reinforced Hybrid Polypropylene Composites: Effect of Fiber Ratio and Sodium Hydroxide Treatment IOP Conf. Ser.: Mater. Sci. Eng. 438 012027 2018 Journal
3 Rahman M., Zahin F., Saadi M.A.S.R., Sharif A., Hoque M.E. Surface Modification of Advanced and Polymer Nanocomposites In: Dasgupta N., Ranjan S., Lichtfouse E. (eds) Environmental Nanotechnology. Environmental Chemistry for a Sustainable World, vol 14. Springer, Cham. 2018 Book Chapter
4 M. Rahman, S. Das, and M. Hasan Effect of Alkali Treatment on Properties of Pineapple Leaf Fiber and Banana Fiber Bangladesh Army University of Engineering & Technology (BAUET) Journal, 2017, Vol. 1, Issue, pp. 21-26 2017 Journal
  •  BUET Dean’s Award for session 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14 and 2014-15
  •  University stipend for session 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14 and 2014-15
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