I am currently a Graduate student on Oil and Gas Engineering in Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada. I completed my undergraduate studies in Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Bangladesh. Previously, I worked as a Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering Department of Military Institute of Science and Technology. During my undergraduate studies I received many honors and awards such as MIST Medal-2013, MIST Commandant’s List of Honor (2009-2013) due to my academic excellence. Currently I am doing research on slug flow characterization in subsea operations. Apart from Canada, I have also stayed in Nepal for 10 years. I can also speak in 3 different South Asian languages such as Nepali, Hindi and Urdu.
Multiphase flow, Control, Oil and Gas Engineering
1. Rahman, A., Amin, A., Ahmed, S., & Imtiaz, S. (2014). Potential Benefits, Hazards and Prevention of Gas Hydrate. International Conference on Chemical Engineering (ICChE 2014).
2. Rahman, A., Amin, A., Hossain, A., & Fleck, B. (2014). Numerical Investigation of Two-phase Nozzle Flow. Procedia Engineering, 90, 346-350.
3. Amin, A., Rahman, L., Islam, N. B., Ali, M., & Mahmud. Z. (2013). Heat Transfer Enhancement Using Rotating Twisted Tape. Global Engineering, Science and Technology Conference (GEST-2013).
4. Amin, A., Rahman, A., & Rahman, L. (2013). A Comparative Analysis between Biogas and Solar Energy in the Prospect of Bangladesh. 15th Annual Paper meet, The Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh.
Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN)
Engineering & Applied Sciences