Ahmedul Kabir , Assistant Professor in Chemistry & Biochemistry
Ph.D. in Chemistry, Oklahoma State University, USA
M.Sc. in Organic Chemistry, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
B. Sc. in Chemistry, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Dr. Kabir completed his Bachelor’s in Chemistry and Master’s in Organic Chemistry from the University of Dhaka. He started his professional teaching career as a Lecturer in Chemistry at Milestone College, Uttara, Dhaka. After that he joined Mastermind English Medium School, Dhanmondi, Dhaka as an A-level Chemistry Teacher. Dr. Kabir moved to the United States in 2011 to pursue his Doctoral degree, and earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry from the Oklahoma State University. In 2017, he joined AUW as an Assistant Professor in Chemistry and Biochemistry.
General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Biochemistry
Material synthesis, remediation of inorganic and organic pollutants from food and environment, analytical method development
- Foutch, G.; Apblett, A.; Hasan, M.; Kabir,A., Impact of Film-Forming Amines on Condensate Polishing Ion Exchange Resins. EPRI, Palo Alto, CA. Technical Report TR#3002000710, February, 2014.
- Foutch, G.; Apblett A.; Hasan, M.; Kabir,A., Impact of Film-Forming Amines on Condensate Polishing Ion Exchange Resins. EPRI, Palo Alto, CA. Technical Report TR#3002000416, April, 2013.
- NilufarNahar, Mohammad Shoeb, M Iqbal RoufMamun, Sultan Ahmed, Mir Mahadi Hasan, Ahmedul Kabir. Studies of Dissipation Pattern of Cyoermethrin in Tomato. Journal of Bangladesh Chemical Society 2012, Vol. 25(2), 200-203.
Working Papers / Reports
- Kabir, A.;Apblett, A., A Simple Method for the Quantitative Analysis of Alkalizing and Filming Amines Used in the Condensate Systems (In Prep)
- Kabir, A.;Apblett, A., Synthesis of the Spherical Aggregates of Nanometric Molybdenum (VI) and Tungsten (VI) Oxides for Heavy Metal Remediation (In Prep)