Faiz Ahmad, Instructor in Access Academy
M.Sc., Physics, University of Chittagong , Chittagong, Bangladesh
B.Sc. (Hons) Physics, University of Chittagong, Chittagong, Bangladesh
Faiz is the Instructor in Access Academy from Spring 2018 and working at AUW since Summer II, 2016 (Pre-Access Academy). Faiz graduated from the University of Chittagong (Bangladesh), in Physics with both first class results. Before joining AUW, he worked for Presidency International School (Cambridge affiliated) and Bangladesh Elementary School (NC English medium) for 5 years. He actively participated in numerous training sessions conducted by local and international experts on teaching methods, lesson planning, classroom management, student psychology etc. In 2017 he successfully completed AuthorAID (based in Oxford, UK) grant proposal and research writing online course and obtained Merit grade. Faiz is also one of the 29 listed junior researchers from South Asia selected by NABIC & BCAS (Dhaka) and NERSC (Bergen, Norway).
In the current academic year 2017-2018, he taught Essential of Mathematics (EOM) for Pathways for Promise (Fall 2017, as a Senior Instructor) as well as leading Math component for the program and currently teaching Pre-Calculus in Access Academy.
Research Interest: Pure Mathematics, Astrophysics, Meteorology.
AuthorAID (Oxford, UK based) grant proposal and research writing course, 2017. From more than 91 countries, 4477 researchers joined in the course. Faiz achieved merit grade in the course (one who got minimum 80% marks in every week exam and finished all grant, abstract writing and reviewing)
Grant obtained: Selected for -NABIC International Winter Research School (2014), from Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center, Bergen –Norway, and NABIC, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
‘Cosmic Journey To The Edge Of The Universe’ (on Astrophysics), reviewed by – Judith E. M. Klostermann, Ph.D., Wageningen University & Research (Alterra – CALM team), Netherlands, 2016.
Working Papers / Reports
‘Bay of Bengal: A basin of Climate Insecurity and Huge Possibilities’, Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center (NERSC) Special report no. 91, 2015.
‘Mangrove recovery atlas for the entire Bangla coast using Remote sensing, modeling, and GIS data’ (proposed), Abstract intensively supervised by – Judith E. M. Klostermann, Ph.D., Wageningen University & Research (Alterra – CALM team), Netherlands. (2015)
Assessment of the relative sea – level (RSL) change between 1986 – 2005to 2081 – 2100 for Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh Map source: CMIPS 5 RCP 4.5 scenario. [NERSC special report no. 91, 2015]