Experience

  • 2016 Fall-Now

Research Assistant

George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

I am working with Dr. Natalie Burls focusing on Large scale Atmospheric circulation and air-sea interaction.


  • 2017 summer and 2018 summer

Teaching Assistant

George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

I worked with ASSIP summer interns as a TA. Responsibilities include: Teaching scientific programming and helping with interns research project.


  • 2014 Spring-2016 Spring

Research Intern

Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh

During my research intern, I worked with Tanvir Ahmed, Assistant Professor of department of Physics. Our project aim was to analyze cumulus physics parameterization using Weather Research Forecasting (WRF) model.


Education

  • 2016-Now

Doctoral Student of Climate Dynamics

George Mason University, Fairfax, VA



  • 2010-2013

Bachelor of Science: Physics

Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh



  • Exam Year 2009

Higher Secondary School: Science

Jalalabad Cantonment public school and college, Sylhet, Bangladesh

Programming Skill

Programming tools that I use to analyze my research and data


  • PYTHON/iPYTHON

Python is a great tool to analyze geoscience/climate data and plotting in the same place! I use python 3.6+ version that comes with anaconda 3. Python is free and open source!


  • MATLAB

Almost all scientific community used Matlab at some point for their scientific computing. Matlab is a commercially licensed tool.

  • R

R is a great open source tool that comes with a great statistics package!

  • GrADS

GrADS is one of the great graphical tool that lets you plot climate and geoscience data easily. It has its own scripting language and control file.



Workshop and Training

  • 2017 August

CESM Tutorial

NCAR Mesa Lab, Boulder, CO


  • 2014

How to setup WRF climate model in Linux operating system by

m2lab.org


  • 2014 January

Course: Regional Climate Modeling using WRF

An online course taught by: Dr. Michel d. S. Mesquita. Research Scientist and Tutor Uni Research,Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research.


  • 2014 June

Course: McGillX: ATOC185x Natural Disasters

An online course taught by McGill UniQuebec, Canada. Course Professors: Prof. John Gyakum, Prof. John Stix.