Dr. Md. Mostafizur Rahman

Dr. Md. Mostafizur Rahman

Assistant Professor

Department of Disaster Management & Resilience
Faculty of Arts & Social Science (FASS)

mostafizur@bup.edu.bd


BANGLADESH UNIVERSITY OF PROFESSIONALS
Mirpur Cantonment, Dhaka-1216

Biography

I have completed my Bachelor of Science from Khulna University. After that, I moved to The Netherlands and Sweden under the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship program. I have successfully completed my Master of Engineering (Field of Study: Coastal Engineering and Disaster Management) and PhD (Field of Study: Coastal Engineering and Disaster Management) from the University of The Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan (under the Monbukagakusho scholarship program).

Last Updated: 18 Jul 2024

Education
S.S.C, খুলনা রোটারী স্কুল
H.S.C, খুলনা পাবলিক কলেজ
Honors, খুলনা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়
Masters, University of the Ryukyus, Japan
Ph.D, University of the Ryukyus, Japan

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Journal Publication

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1     Ahsan,Md Nasif, M. Mohibbullah, Animesh K. Gain, Fatema Khatun, Md Ashiqur Rahman,Afri Sultana, Rezwanul Haque, Mostafizur Rahman, Khan Rubayet Rahaman, andKarina Vink. ‘“We Knew a Cyclone Was Imminent”: Hazard Preparedness andDisaster Management Efficiency Nexus in Coastal Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2024, 104240.

2     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Md Saidul Islam Arif, Md Tanvir Hossain, Hussein Almohamad,Ahmed Abdullah Al Dughairi, Motrih Al-Mutiry, and Hazem Ghassan Abdo.‘Households’ Vulnerability Assessment: Empirical Evidence from Cyclone-ProneArea of Bangladesh’. Geoscience Letters 10, no. 1 (2023): 1–21.

3     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Ifta Alam Shobuj, Md Tanvir Hossain, and Farah Tasnim. ‘Impactof Disaster on Mental Health of Women: A Case Study on 2022 Flash Flood inBangladesh’. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 96 (2023):103935.

4     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Asikunnaby, Nawshin Jahan Chaity, Hazem Ghassan Abdo, HusseinAlmohamad, Ahmed Abdullah Al Dughairi, and Motrih Al-Mutiry. ‘EarthquakePreparedness in an Urban Area: The Case of Dhaka City, Bangladesh’. GeoscienceLetters 10, no. 1 (2023): 27.

5     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Fatiha Tasnim, Arman Uddin, Md Sudipta Islam Chayan, Md SaidulIslam Arif, and Md Tanvir Hossain. ‘Assessing Vulnerability in Ethnic MundaCommunity: A Study on a Cyclone-Prone Area of Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Disaster Risk Reduction 95 (2023): 103884.

6     Arif,Md Saidul Islam, Ibnul Mahdi, Md Adil Rafi, Saadmaan Jubayer Khan, and MdMostafizur Rahman. ‘Cyclone Exposure Mapping in Coastal Bangladesh: AMulti-Criteria Decision Analysis’. Heliyon 9, no. 10 (2023).

7     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Kamrun Nahar Tanni, Tuly Roy, Md Rakibul Islam, Md Alim Al RajiRumi, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader, Nafee-Ul-Islam Bhuiyan, IftaAlam Shobuj, and Afra Sayara Rahman. ‘Knowledge, Attitude and Practices TowardsDengue Fever Among Slum Dwellers: A Case Study in Dhaka City, Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Public Health 68 (2023): 1605364.

8     Islam,Abu Reza Md Towfiqul, Mst Lizu Aktar, Ahmed Ali Bindajam, Javed Mallick,Abdullah Al Mamun, Subodh Chandra Pal, Md Nazirul Islam Sarker, Md MostafizurRahman, and G. M. Monirul Alam. ‘Attitudes and Behaviors toward Snakes in theSnake Charmer Community: A Case from Northern Bangladesh’. Environment,Development and Sustainability, 2023, 1–21.

9     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Afra Sayara Rahman, Haque, Hossain, andIslam. ‘Knowledge, Attitude, and Practices Towards COVID-19 Among SocialWorkers of Bangladesh’. Public Organization Review, 2023, 1–22.

10  Chisty, Musabber Ali, Nesar AhmedKhan, Syeda Erena Alam Dola, Israt Arif Sumaya, and Md Mostafizur Rahman.‘Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice Toward Flood Volunteerism in Bangladesh: AGender-Based Analysis with Policy Implications’. Global Social Welfare,2023, 1–9.

11  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Ifta AlamShobuj, Md Mehedi Hasan Santo, and Md Tanvir Hossain. ‘Public Perception towardLightning in a Lightning-Prone Area of Bangladesh’. International Journal ofDisaster Risk Reduction 89 (2023): 103638.

12  Hossain, Md Tanvir, Benojir Ahammed,Nusrat Jahan, Md Akhtarul Islam, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Bayezid Khan, Md JuwelAhmed Sarker, Md Mahdi-Al-Muhtasim Nibir, Mahamudul Hasan, and Mir Hasib.‘Prevalence and Predictors of Pornography Exposure during the Third Wave of theCOVID-19 Pandemic: A Web-Based Cross-Sectional Study on Students inBangladesh’. Frontiers in Public Health 10 (2022): 1046813.

13  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Musabber AliChisty, Md Ashraful Alam, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader, Ifta AlamShobuj, Md Abdul Halim, and Farzana Rahman. ‘Knowledge, Attitude, and Hesitancytowards COVID-19 Vaccine among University Students of Bangladesh’. PLoS One17, no. 6 (2022): e0270684.

14  Rahman, Irtifa Alam Nabila, MohammedSadman Sakib, Nusrat Jahan Silvia, Muhammad Abdullahil Galib, Ifta Alam Shobuj,Lamia Hasan, Musabber Ali Chisty, Farzana Rahman, and Edris Alam. ‘Knowledge,Attitude, and Practices towards Lightning in Bangladesh’. Sustainability14, no. 1 (2022): 448.

15  Islam, Abu Reza Md Towfiqul, IrtifaAlam Nabila, Hasanuzzaman, Md Bozlar Rahman, Ahmed Elbeltagi, Javed Mallick,Kuaanan Techato, Subodh Chandra Pal, and Md Mostafizur Rahman. ‘Variability ofClimate-Induced Rice Yields in Northwest Bangladesh Using Multiple StatisticalModeling’. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 147, no. 3–4 (2022):1263–76.

16  Islam, Muhammad Awfa, Musabber AliChisty, Abdullah Fuad, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Maliha Muhtasim, Syeda Erena AlamDola, Fariha Jahin Biva, and Nesar Ahmed Khan. ‘Using ARC-D Toolkit forMeasuring Community Resilience to Disasters’. Sustainability 14, no. 3(2022): 1758.

17  Mathew, Roshmon Thomas, SudipDebnath, Pankaj Kundu, Yousef Ahmed Alkhamis, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Md MoshiurRahman, and S. M. Rahman. ‘Growth and Survival of Goldfish (Carassius Auratus)Juveniles Fed Tubifex, Custard Meal and Commercial Feeds’. The ScientificJournal of King Faisal University: Basic and Applied Sciences 23, no. 1(2022): 30–35.

18  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Farah Tasnim,Masrur Abdul Quader, Md Nafee-Ul-Islam Bhuiyan, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, RawnokTabassum, Ifta Alam Shobuj, Lamia Hasan, Musabber Ali Chisty, and FarzanaRahman. ‘Perceived Noise Pollution and Self-Reported Health Status among AdultPopulation of Bangladesh’. International Journal of Environmental Researchand Public Health 19, no. 4 (2022): 2394.

19  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, SaadmaanJubayer Khan, Kamrun Nahar Tanni, Tuly Roy, Musabber Ali Chisty, Md RakibulIslam, Md Alim Al Raji Rumi, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader, and MdNafee-Ul-Islam Bhuiyan. ‘Knowledge, Attitude, and Practices towards DengueFever among University Students of Dhaka City, Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19, no. 7 (2022): 4023.

20  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, B. S. S. AbirMohd Shakib Shahide, Mohammad Ashikul Islam Redoy, Farzana Rahman, and MdMoshiur Rahman. ‘Status and View toward COVID-19 and Mental Health amongVulnerable Group: A Cross-Sectional Rapid Survey among Rickshaw Pullers ofBangladesh’. Journal of Emergency Management 20, no. 9 (2022): 109–21.

21  Rahman, Md Moshiur, ZannatulFerdouse, Nazmir Nur, Md Nazrul Islam, Muhammad Abdur Rouf, Shaikh TareqArafat, Sheikh Mustafizur Rahman, and Md Mostafizur Rahman. ‘MicroplasticIngestion Alters the Expression of Some Sexually Selected Traits in a Model FishGuppy (Poecilia Reticulata Peters 1859)’. Marine and Freshwater Behaviourand Physiology 55, no. 3–4 (2022): 87–106.

22  Hossain, Md Tanvir, Md AkhtarulIslam, Nusrat Jahan, Mst Nahar, Md Juwel Ahmed Sarker, Md Mostafizur Rahman,Farah Deeba, Kazi Enamul Hoque, Rina Aktar, and Md Mazharul Islam. ‘MentalHealth Status of Teachers during the Second Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic: AWeb-Based Study in Bangladesh’. Frontiers in Psychiatry 13 (2022):938230.

23  Islam, Md Akhtarul, Mst Tanmin Nahar,Md Nafiul Alam Khan, Zahid Ahmad Butt, A. S. M. Monjur-Al-Hossain, Sutapa DeyBarna, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Henry Ratul Halder, Mohammed Zaber Hossain, and MdTanvir Hossain. ‘Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Concerning Black Fungusduring COVID-19 Pandemic among Students of Bangladesh: An Online-BasedCross-Sectional Survey’. International Journal of Environmental Research andPublic Health 19, no. 15 (2022): 9146.

24  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Irtifa AlamNabila, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Nusrat Jahan Silvia, Muhammad Abdullahil Galib,Ifta Alam Shobuj, Lamia Hasan, Musabber Ali Chisty, Farzana Rahman, and AbuReza Towfiqul Islam. ‘Status and Individual View toward Lightning amongUniversity Students of Bangladesh’. Sustainability 14, no. 15 (2022):9314.

25  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Farah Tasnim,Mahmuda Zaman Mukta, Ayesha Abedin, and Komal Raj Aryal. ‘Assessing Barriers inHumanitarian Supply Chains for Cyclone in Coastal Areas of Bangladesh: AnInterpretive Structural Modeling (ISM) Approach’. Sustainability 14, no.15 (2022): 9724.

26  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Asikunnaby,Saadmaan Jubayer Khan, Anuva Arony, Zahid Al Mamun, Nawwar Fatima Procheta,Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Komal Raj Aryal, Farzana Rahman, and Abu Reza MdTowfiqul Islam. ‘Mental Health Condition among University Students of Bangladeshduring the Critical COVID-19 Period’. Journal of Clinical Medicine 11,no. 15 (2022): 4617.

27  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Abu Reza MdTowfiqul Islam, Saadmaan Jubayer Khan, Kamrun Nahar Tanni, Tuly Roy, Md RakibulIslam, Md Alim Al Raji Rumi, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader, andNafee-Ul-Islam Bhuiyan. ‘Dengue Fever Responses in Dhaka City, Bangladesh: ACross-Sectional Survey’. International Journal of Public Health 67(2022): 1604809.

28  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, SaadmaanJubayer Khan, and Kamrun Nahar Tanni. ‘Holistic Individual Preparedness in anUrban Fire-Prone Area: The Case of Dhaka City, Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Disaster Risk Reduction 81 (2022): 103274.

29  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, SaadmaanJubayer Khan, Kamrun Nahar Tanni, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader,Ifta Alam Shobuj, Arman Uddin, and Komal Raj Aryal. ‘Holistic Individual FirePreparedness in Informal Settlements, Bangladesh’. Fire Technology,2022, 1–28.

30  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Md SaidulIslam Arif, Ibnul Mahdi, Md Adil Rafi, Musabber Ali Chisty, and SaadmaanJubayer Khan. ‘Cyclone Vulnerability in Ethnic Minority: A Case Study amongRakhain Community of Bangladesh’. International Journal of Disaster RiskReduction 83 (2022): 103449.

31  Chisty, Musabber Ali, Muhammad AwfaIslam, Ashfia Tasnim Munia, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Nadia Nahrin Rahman, andMourupa Mohima. ‘Risk Perception and Information-Seeking Behavior duringEmergency: An Exploratory Study on COVID-19 Pandemic in Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Disaster Risk Reduction 65 (2021): 102580.

32  Rahman, Md Moshiur, Soma Kundu,Sheikh Mustafizur Rahman, Roshmon Thomas Mathew, and Yousef Ahmed. ‘PolyandrousFertilization Enhances Offspring Survival Rate in an Indian Major Carp LabeoRohita’. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology 26, no. 5(2021): 656–60.

33  Chisty, Musabber Ali, Md MostafizurRahman, Nesar Ahmed Khan, and Syeda Erena Alam Dola. ‘Assessing CommunityDisaster Resilience in Flood-Prone Areas of Bangladesh: From a Gender Lens’. Water14, no. 1 (2021): 40.

34  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Musabber AliChisty, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader, Ifta Alam Shobuj, MdAshraful Alam, Md Abdul Halim, and Farzana Rahman. ‘Status and Perceptiontoward the COVID19 Vaccine: A Crosssectional Online Survey among Adult Population of Bangladesh. Health Science Reports 4,no. 4 (2021): e451.

35Chisty,Musabber Ali, Ashrafuzzaman Nazim, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Syeda Erena Alam Dola,and Nesar Ahmed Khan. ‘Disability Inclusiveness of Early Warning System: AStudy on Flood-Prone Areas of Bangladesh’. Disaster Prevention andManagement: An International Journal 30, no. 4/5 (2021): 494–509.

36Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Saadmaan Jubayer Khan, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Md Abdul Halim, MdMoshiur Rahman, Asikunnaby, and Jannate Mehjabin Jhinuk. ‘COVID-19 Responsesamong University Students of Bangladesh: Assessment of Status and IndividualView toward COVID-19’. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment31, no. 1–4 (2021): 512–31.

37Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Jannate Mehjabin Jhinuk, Nadia Habib Nabila, Mir Taj MiraYeasmin, Ifta Alam Shobuj, Tammim Hossain Sayma, Fariha Faruk, and ShakhawatHossain Shah. ‘Knowledge, Attitude, and Practices towards COVID-19 during theRapid Rise Period: A Cross-Sectional Survey among Public University Students ofBangladesh’. SciMedicine Journal 3, no. 2 (2021): 116–28.

38  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, SaadmaanJubayer Khan, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Md Abdul Halim, Farzana Rahman, Md MoshiurRahman, Jannate Mehjabin Jhinuk, Nadia Habib Nabila, and Mir Taj Mira Yeasmin.‘COVID-19 Responses among General People of Bangladesh: Status and IndividualView toward COVID-19 during Lockdown Period’. Cogent Psychology 8, no. 1(2021): 1860186.

39  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, B. S. S.Tanbir Amin, B. S. S. Saima Bintay Sultan, Muslima Islam Bithi, Farzana Rahman,and Md Moshiur Rahman. ‘Depression, Anxiety, and Stress among Public UniversityStudents in Bangladesh during the COVID-19 Pandemic’. Journal of EmergencyManagement 19, no. 9 (2021): 99–107.

40  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, SaadmaanJubayer Khan, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Salit Chakma, Nawwar Fatima Procheta,Zahid Al Mamun, Anuva Arony, Farzana Rahman, and Md Moshiur Rahman. ‘Assessingthe Psychological Condition among General People of Bangladesh during COVID-19Pandemic’. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment 31, no.1–4 (2021): 449–63.

41  Rahman, Sheikh Mustafizur, Habib,Abdur Rahman Khan, Ahsan, Shaikh Tareq Arafat, Rahman, Ahmed Saud Alsaqufi,Roshmon Thomas Mathew, Yousof Naser Alrashada, and Yousef Ahmed Alkhamis.‘Cryopreservation Studies on Silver Carp (Hypophthalmichthys Molitrix)Embryos’. CryoLetters 42, no. 3 (2021): 178–87.

42  Rahman, Md Moshiur, Soma Kundu,Prianka Biswas, Md Shahin Parvez, Muhammad Abdur Rouf, Sk Asaduzzaman, SudipDebnath, Md Mostafizur Rahman, and Asaduzzaman. ‘Influence of Maternal Weight,Age, Larval Feeding and Their Interactions on the Hatchery Outcomes of anIndian Major Carp (Labeo Rohita, Hamilton 1822)’. Aquaculture Reports 19(2021): 100633.

43  Chisty, Musabber Ali, Syeda ErenaAlam Dola, Nesar Ahmed Khan, and Md Mostafizur Rahman. ‘Intersectionality,Vulnerability and Resilience: Why It Is Important to Review theDiversifications within Groups at Risk to Achieve a Resilient Community’. Continuity& Resilience Review 3, no. 2 (2021): 119–31.

44  Rahman, Nasrin Ja Khan Sj.‘Application of Strength-Based Social Vulnerability Index (SSVI) inVulnerability Assessment: Bangladesh Perspective - Bangladesh University ofProfessionals Journal’. Bangladesh University of Professionals Journal8, no. 1 (2020): 25–40.

45  Rahman, Moshiur, Iva Alam Pinkey,Jannatul Ferthous, Shaikh Tareq Arafat, Sheikh Mustafizur Rahman, Asaduzzaman,Mostafizur Rahman, and Muhammad Abdur Rouf. ‘Modulation of Phenotypic Traitsunder Different Rearing Temperatures: Experimental Evidence in Male Guppy(Poecilia Reticulata)’. International Journal of Aquatic Biology 8, no.5 (2020): 344–64.

46  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, CarolynSchaab, and Eizo Nakaza. ‘Experimental and Numerical Modeling of TsunamiMitigation by Canals’. Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and OceanEngineering 143, no. 1 (2017): 04016012.

47  Rahman, Md Mostafizur. ‘Experimentaland Numerical Investigations on Tsunami Acting Force and Tsunami Mitigation’. 琉球大学, 2016.

48  Rahman M. M., E. Nakaza, K. Inagaki,S. Tanaka and C. Schaab. ‘Tsunami Reduction Effects of Canal’. CoastalEngineering 72, no. 1 (2016).

49  Itori S., T. Iribe, E. Nakaza and M.M. Rahman. ‘Three-Dimensional Numerical Simulation of the Sloshing in aRectangular Tank and a Cylindrical Tank Using the Particle Method’. HydraulicEngineering 68, no. 4 (2012): 1213–18.

50  Iribe T., T. Watanabe, E. Nakaza andM. M. Rahman. ‘Numerical Simulations of Wave Run-up by the Particle Method.Hydraulic Engineering’. Hydraulic Engineering 68, no. 4 (2012): 1549–54.

51  Rahman, S. M., M. A. A. Shahin, M. A.H. Chisty, M. M. Rahman, Amhb Tareque, and M. M. Hasan. ‘Growth Performance ofMirror Carp (Cyprinus Carpio Var. Specularis, Lacepede, 1803) Fry Fed withVarying Protein Content Feeds’. Our Nature 10, no. 1 (2012): 17–23.

52  Mostafizur, Rahman, Tsunakiyo Iribe,and Eizo Nakaza. ‘EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE PRESSURE ACTING ON STRUCTURES DUETO TSUNAMI BORE IMPACT’, n.d.

53  Rahman, Sk Mustafizur, Md AhasanHabib, Quazi Zahangir Hossain, Md Noman Siddiqui, Md Mostafizur Rahman, and MdNazmul Ahsan. ‘Embryonic Development of Clarias Batrachus under the Influenceof Aeration and Water Flow’. Ecoprint: An International Journal of Ecology18 (2011): 25–31.

54  Watanabe, Tadataka, Tsunakiyo Iribe,Eizo Nakaza, and M. D. Mostafizur Rahman. ‘Three Dimensional Simulation ofHydraulic Phenomenon around Wave-Dissipating Blocks by MPS Method’. Journalof Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B2 (Coastal Engineering) 67, no.2 (2011): I_721-I_725.

55  Rahman, M. M., S. M. Rahman, M. A.Asad, M. K. Hossain, and M. N. Ahsan. ‘Economic Analysis of Ornamental FishTrade in Khulna District of Bangladesh’. Int. J. Animal Fish. Sci 2, no.2 (2009).

56  Tareque, Amhb, B. Biswas, Md S.Hossain, Md M. Rahman, and Md M. Rahman. ‘Some Aspects of Biology of PuntiusSophore (Hamilton) Collected from the Mouri River, Khulna, Bangladesh’. BangladeshResearch Publications Journal 2, no. 2 (2009): 406–22.

57  Rahman, M. M., S. M. Rahman, M. K.Islam, H. M. R. Islam, and M. N. Ahsan. ‘Aquarium Business: A Case Study inKhulna District, Bangladesh’. Bangladesh Research Publications Journal2, no. 3 (2009): 564–70.

58  Tareque, Amhb, M. M. Alam, M. M.Rahman, M. M. Rahman, and S. M. Rahman. ‘Effect of Some Formulated Feeds on theGrowth and Survival of Thai Sharpunti (Puntius Gonionotus) Fry’. Bang. J.Mar. Sci. and Fish 1, no. 1 (2009): 21–31.

59  Rahman, M. M., S. K. Paul, S. M.Rahman, Amhb Tareque, and M. A. A. Shahin. ‘Growth and Survival of Leather Carp(Cyprinus Carpio Var. Nudus) Fry Fed with Different Protein Content Feeds’. SouthAsian J. Agri 1, no. 2 (2006): 17–23.

 

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Conference Papers

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1     Rahman M. M., T.Iribe, E. Nakaza and M. A. Rouf. Wave Impact on Vertical Sea-Wall: NumericalSimulations with the Newly Improved MPS Method. Proceedings of 1stInternational Conference on Advances in Civil Engineering, CUET, Bangladesh,2012.

 

2     Rahman M. M., S.R. Tiko, T. Iribe and E. Nakaza. Large-Scale Numerical Simulation of TsunamiImpact on Coastal Areas. International Symposium: Human Well-Being and theMarine Environment in the Pacific Islands. 6th Pacific Islands LeadersMeeting Commemorative Event, May 17th-May 19th, 2012, 2012.

 

3     Tiko S. R., M. M.Rahman, E. Nakaza and T. Iribe. Changes in River Morphology of Nadi RiverUsing GIS and Ric-Nays. International Symposium: Human Well-Being and theMarine Environment in the Pacific Islands, 6th Pacific Islands Leaders MeetingCommemorative Event, May 17th-May 19th, 2012, 2012.

 

4     Inagaki K., M. M.Rahman, U. Tokuhisa, E. Nakaza and T. Iribe. Distribution of the Pine TressDrowned by Tohoku Tsunami along Sendai Coastal Area in Miyagi Prefecture.International Symposium: Human Well-Being and the Marine Environment in thePacific Islands. International Symposium: Human Well-Being and the MarineEnvironment in the Pacific Islands, 6th Pacific Islands Leaders MeetingCommemorative Event, May 17th-May 19th, 2012, 2012.

 

5     Azmi N., Abrar M.M. And Rahman M. M. Disaster Risk Perception and Vulnerability of UrbanPeople: A Study of Mohammadpur Thana, Dhaka, Bangladesh. InternationalConference on Urban and Regional Planning. International Conference onUrban and Regional Planning, Bangladesh Institute of Planners, Dhaka,Bangladesh, 2019.

 

6     Md MostafizurRahman, Eizo Nakaza, Tsunakiyo Iribe and Mohammad Abdur Rouf. Wave-StructureInteraction Problems Using Newly Improved Three-Dimensional Particle Method.Proceedings of 1st International Conference on Advances in Civil Engineering,CUET, Bangladesh, 2012.

 

7     Afra SayaraRahman, Md. Iftekharul Haque, Safin Ahmed, Mohammed Sadman Sakib and MdMostafizur Rahman. Mass Media and Disaster Management: A Study on BangladeshPerspective. National Conference on Disaster ,Climate and Sustainability,2022.

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Researchs

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My current research interest is Human Behaviour towards disaster.I am also interested in public health concerns due to environmental hazards.

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Awards

1. 1. Gold Medal for the highest CGPA in the Life Science School, Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh.

2. Honorary President Award, University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan.
3. Erasmus Mundus Scholarship Program
4. Monbukagakusho Scholarship Program

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Courses

1. 1. Introduction toDisaster Science

2. Principles of Disaster Management
3. Introduction toNatural Resources and Sustainable Development
4. Disaster Preparednessand Vulnerability Reduction
5. Research Methodologyin Disaster Management
6. Disaster RiskReduction Principles and Practices
7. Logistics, Governance& Risk Financing
8. Disaster and Development
9. Advanced theory and methodology in disaster science (Compulsory course)
11. Coastal zone management (Optional course)
12. Quantitative Research Methodology in Disaster Management
13. Laboratory work on Quantitative Analysis
14. Disaster, Vulnerability and Resilience
15. Tools & Techniques of Disaster Management
16. Advanced Research Methodology in DisasterManagement

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S.S.C, খুলনা রোটারী স্কুল
H.S.C, খুলনা পাবলিক কলেজ
Honors, খুলনা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়
Masters, University of the Ryukyus, Japan
Ph.D, University of the Ryukyus, Japan

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1     Ahsan,Md Nasif, M. Mohibbullah, Animesh K. Gain, Fatema Khatun, Md Ashiqur Rahman,Afri Sultana, Rezwanul Haque, Mostafizur Rahman, Khan Rubayet Rahaman, andKarina Vink. ‘“We Knew a Cyclone Was Imminent”: Hazard Preparedness andDisaster Management Efficiency Nexus in Coastal Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2024, 104240.

2     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Md Saidul Islam Arif, Md Tanvir Hossain, Hussein Almohamad,Ahmed Abdullah Al Dughairi, Motrih Al-Mutiry, and Hazem Ghassan Abdo.‘Households’ Vulnerability Assessment: Empirical Evidence from Cyclone-ProneArea of Bangladesh’. Geoscience Letters 10, no. 1 (2023): 1–21.

3     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Ifta Alam Shobuj, Md Tanvir Hossain, and Farah Tasnim. ‘Impactof Disaster on Mental Health of Women: A Case Study on 2022 Flash Flood inBangladesh’. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 96 (2023):103935.

4     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Asikunnaby, Nawshin Jahan Chaity, Hazem Ghassan Abdo, HusseinAlmohamad, Ahmed Abdullah Al Dughairi, and Motrih Al-Mutiry. ‘EarthquakePreparedness in an Urban Area: The Case of Dhaka City, Bangladesh’. GeoscienceLetters 10, no. 1 (2023): 27.

5     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Fatiha Tasnim, Arman Uddin, Md Sudipta Islam Chayan, Md SaidulIslam Arif, and Md Tanvir Hossain. ‘Assessing Vulnerability in Ethnic MundaCommunity: A Study on a Cyclone-Prone Area of Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Disaster Risk Reduction 95 (2023): 103884.

6     Arif,Md Saidul Islam, Ibnul Mahdi, Md Adil Rafi, Saadmaan Jubayer Khan, and MdMostafizur Rahman. ‘Cyclone Exposure Mapping in Coastal Bangladesh: AMulti-Criteria Decision Analysis’. Heliyon 9, no. 10 (2023).

7     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Kamrun Nahar Tanni, Tuly Roy, Md Rakibul Islam, Md Alim Al RajiRumi, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader, Nafee-Ul-Islam Bhuiyan, IftaAlam Shobuj, and Afra Sayara Rahman. ‘Knowledge, Attitude and Practices TowardsDengue Fever Among Slum Dwellers: A Case Study in Dhaka City, Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Public Health 68 (2023): 1605364.

8     Islam,Abu Reza Md Towfiqul, Mst Lizu Aktar, Ahmed Ali Bindajam, Javed Mallick,Abdullah Al Mamun, Subodh Chandra Pal, Md Nazirul Islam Sarker, Md MostafizurRahman, and G. M. Monirul Alam. ‘Attitudes and Behaviors toward Snakes in theSnake Charmer Community: A Case from Northern Bangladesh’. Environment,Development and Sustainability, 2023, 1–21.

9     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Afra Sayara Rahman, Haque, Hossain, andIslam. ‘Knowledge, Attitude, and Practices Towards COVID-19 Among SocialWorkers of Bangladesh’. Public Organization Review, 2023, 1–22.

10  Chisty, Musabber Ali, Nesar AhmedKhan, Syeda Erena Alam Dola, Israt Arif Sumaya, and Md Mostafizur Rahman.‘Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice Toward Flood Volunteerism in Bangladesh: AGender-Based Analysis with Policy Implications’. Global Social Welfare,2023, 1–9.

11  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Ifta AlamShobuj, Md Mehedi Hasan Santo, and Md Tanvir Hossain. ‘Public Perception towardLightning in a Lightning-Prone Area of Bangladesh’. International Journal ofDisaster Risk Reduction 89 (2023): 103638.

12  Hossain, Md Tanvir, Benojir Ahammed,Nusrat Jahan, Md Akhtarul Islam, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Bayezid Khan, Md JuwelAhmed Sarker, Md Mahdi-Al-Muhtasim Nibir, Mahamudul Hasan, and Mir Hasib.‘Prevalence and Predictors of Pornography Exposure during the Third Wave of theCOVID-19 Pandemic: A Web-Based Cross-Sectional Study on Students inBangladesh’. Frontiers in Public Health 10 (2022): 1046813.

13  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Musabber AliChisty, Md Ashraful Alam, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader, Ifta AlamShobuj, Md Abdul Halim, and Farzana Rahman. ‘Knowledge, Attitude, and Hesitancytowards COVID-19 Vaccine among University Students of Bangladesh’. PLoS One17, no. 6 (2022): e0270684.

14  Rahman, Irtifa Alam Nabila, MohammedSadman Sakib, Nusrat Jahan Silvia, Muhammad Abdullahil Galib, Ifta Alam Shobuj,Lamia Hasan, Musabber Ali Chisty, Farzana Rahman, and Edris Alam. ‘Knowledge,Attitude, and Practices towards Lightning in Bangladesh’. Sustainability14, no. 1 (2022): 448.

15  Islam, Abu Reza Md Towfiqul, IrtifaAlam Nabila, Hasanuzzaman, Md Bozlar Rahman, Ahmed Elbeltagi, Javed Mallick,Kuaanan Techato, Subodh Chandra Pal, and Md Mostafizur Rahman. ‘Variability ofClimate-Induced Rice Yields in Northwest Bangladesh Using Multiple StatisticalModeling’. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 147, no. 3–4 (2022):1263–76.

16  Islam, Muhammad Awfa, Musabber AliChisty, Abdullah Fuad, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Maliha Muhtasim, Syeda Erena AlamDola, Fariha Jahin Biva, and Nesar Ahmed Khan. ‘Using ARC-D Toolkit forMeasuring Community Resilience to Disasters’. Sustainability 14, no. 3(2022): 1758.

17  Mathew, Roshmon Thomas, SudipDebnath, Pankaj Kundu, Yousef Ahmed Alkhamis, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Md MoshiurRahman, and S. M. Rahman. ‘Growth and Survival of Goldfish (Carassius Auratus)Juveniles Fed Tubifex, Custard Meal and Commercial Feeds’. The ScientificJournal of King Faisal University: Basic and Applied Sciences 23, no. 1(2022): 30–35.

18  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Farah Tasnim,Masrur Abdul Quader, Md Nafee-Ul-Islam Bhuiyan, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, RawnokTabassum, Ifta Alam Shobuj, Lamia Hasan, Musabber Ali Chisty, and FarzanaRahman. ‘Perceived Noise Pollution and Self-Reported Health Status among AdultPopulation of Bangladesh’. International Journal of Environmental Researchand Public Health 19, no. 4 (2022): 2394.

19  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, SaadmaanJubayer Khan, Kamrun Nahar Tanni, Tuly Roy, Musabber Ali Chisty, Md RakibulIslam, Md Alim Al Raji Rumi, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader, and MdNafee-Ul-Islam Bhuiyan. ‘Knowledge, Attitude, and Practices towards DengueFever among University Students of Dhaka City, Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19, no. 7 (2022): 4023.

20  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, B. S. S. AbirMohd Shakib Shahide, Mohammad Ashikul Islam Redoy, Farzana Rahman, and MdMoshiur Rahman. ‘Status and View toward COVID-19 and Mental Health amongVulnerable Group: A Cross-Sectional Rapid Survey among Rickshaw Pullers ofBangladesh’. Journal of Emergency Management 20, no. 9 (2022): 109–21.

21  Rahman, Md Moshiur, ZannatulFerdouse, Nazmir Nur, Md Nazrul Islam, Muhammad Abdur Rouf, Shaikh TareqArafat, Sheikh Mustafizur Rahman, and Md Mostafizur Rahman. ‘MicroplasticIngestion Alters the Expression of Some Sexually Selected Traits in a Model FishGuppy (Poecilia Reticulata Peters 1859)’. Marine and Freshwater Behaviourand Physiology 55, no. 3–4 (2022): 87–106.

22  Hossain, Md Tanvir, Md AkhtarulIslam, Nusrat Jahan, Mst Nahar, Md Juwel Ahmed Sarker, Md Mostafizur Rahman,Farah Deeba, Kazi Enamul Hoque, Rina Aktar, and Md Mazharul Islam. ‘MentalHealth Status of Teachers during the Second Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic: AWeb-Based Study in Bangladesh’. Frontiers in Psychiatry 13 (2022):938230.

23  Islam, Md Akhtarul, Mst Tanmin Nahar,Md Nafiul Alam Khan, Zahid Ahmad Butt, A. S. M. Monjur-Al-Hossain, Sutapa DeyBarna, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Henry Ratul Halder, Mohammed Zaber Hossain, and MdTanvir Hossain. ‘Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Concerning Black Fungusduring COVID-19 Pandemic among Students of Bangladesh: An Online-BasedCross-Sectional Survey’. International Journal of Environmental Research andPublic Health 19, no. 15 (2022): 9146.

24  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Irtifa AlamNabila, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Nusrat Jahan Silvia, Muhammad Abdullahil Galib,Ifta Alam Shobuj, Lamia Hasan, Musabber Ali Chisty, Farzana Rahman, and AbuReza Towfiqul Islam. ‘Status and Individual View toward Lightning amongUniversity Students of Bangladesh’. Sustainability 14, no. 15 (2022):9314.

25  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Farah Tasnim,Mahmuda Zaman Mukta, Ayesha Abedin, and Komal Raj Aryal. ‘Assessing Barriers inHumanitarian Supply Chains for Cyclone in Coastal Areas of Bangladesh: AnInterpretive Structural Modeling (ISM) Approach’. Sustainability 14, no.15 (2022): 9724.

26  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Asikunnaby,Saadmaan Jubayer Khan, Anuva Arony, Zahid Al Mamun, Nawwar Fatima Procheta,Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Komal Raj Aryal, Farzana Rahman, and Abu Reza MdTowfiqul Islam. ‘Mental Health Condition among University Students of Bangladeshduring the Critical COVID-19 Period’. Journal of Clinical Medicine 11,no. 15 (2022): 4617.

27  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Abu Reza MdTowfiqul Islam, Saadmaan Jubayer Khan, Kamrun Nahar Tanni, Tuly Roy, Md RakibulIslam, Md Alim Al Raji Rumi, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader, andNafee-Ul-Islam Bhuiyan. ‘Dengue Fever Responses in Dhaka City, Bangladesh: ACross-Sectional Survey’. International Journal of Public Health 67(2022): 1604809.

28  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, SaadmaanJubayer Khan, and Kamrun Nahar Tanni. ‘Holistic Individual Preparedness in anUrban Fire-Prone Area: The Case of Dhaka City, Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Disaster Risk Reduction 81 (2022): 103274.

29  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, SaadmaanJubayer Khan, Kamrun Nahar Tanni, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader,Ifta Alam Shobuj, Arman Uddin, and Komal Raj Aryal. ‘Holistic Individual FirePreparedness in Informal Settlements, Bangladesh’. Fire Technology,2022, 1–28.

30  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Md SaidulIslam Arif, Ibnul Mahdi, Md Adil Rafi, Musabber Ali Chisty, and SaadmaanJubayer Khan. ‘Cyclone Vulnerability in Ethnic Minority: A Case Study amongRakhain Community of Bangladesh’. International Journal of Disaster RiskReduction 83 (2022): 103449.

31  Chisty, Musabber Ali, Muhammad AwfaIslam, Ashfia Tasnim Munia, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Nadia Nahrin Rahman, andMourupa Mohima. ‘Risk Perception and Information-Seeking Behavior duringEmergency: An Exploratory Study on COVID-19 Pandemic in Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Disaster Risk Reduction 65 (2021): 102580.

32  Rahman, Md Moshiur, Soma Kundu,Sheikh Mustafizur Rahman, Roshmon Thomas Mathew, and Yousef Ahmed. ‘PolyandrousFertilization Enhances Offspring Survival Rate in an Indian Major Carp LabeoRohita’. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology 26, no. 5(2021): 656–60.

33  Chisty, Musabber Ali, Md MostafizurRahman, Nesar Ahmed Khan, and Syeda Erena Alam Dola. ‘Assessing CommunityDisaster Resilience in Flood-Prone Areas of Bangladesh: From a Gender Lens’. Water14, no. 1 (2021): 40.

34  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Musabber AliChisty, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader, Ifta Alam Shobuj, MdAshraful Alam, Md Abdul Halim, and Farzana Rahman. ‘Status and Perceptiontoward the COVID19 Vaccine: A Crosssectional Online Survey among Adult Population of Bangladesh. Health Science Reports 4,no. 4 (2021): e451.

35Chisty,Musabber Ali, Ashrafuzzaman Nazim, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Syeda Erena Alam Dola,and Nesar Ahmed Khan. ‘Disability Inclusiveness of Early Warning System: AStudy on Flood-Prone Areas of Bangladesh’. Disaster Prevention andManagement: An International Journal 30, no. 4/5 (2021): 494–509.

36Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Saadmaan Jubayer Khan, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Md Abdul Halim, MdMoshiur Rahman, Asikunnaby, and Jannate Mehjabin Jhinuk. ‘COVID-19 Responsesamong University Students of Bangladesh: Assessment of Status and IndividualView toward COVID-19’. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment31, no. 1–4 (2021): 512–31.

37Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Jannate Mehjabin Jhinuk, Nadia Habib Nabila, Mir Taj MiraYeasmin, Ifta Alam Shobuj, Tammim Hossain Sayma, Fariha Faruk, and ShakhawatHossain Shah. ‘Knowledge, Attitude, and Practices towards COVID-19 during theRapid Rise Period: A Cross-Sectional Survey among Public University Students ofBangladesh’. SciMedicine Journal 3, no. 2 (2021): 116–28.

38  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, SaadmaanJubayer Khan, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Md Abdul Halim, Farzana Rahman, Md MoshiurRahman, Jannate Mehjabin Jhinuk, Nadia Habib Nabila, and Mir Taj Mira Yeasmin.‘COVID-19 Responses among General People of Bangladesh: Status and IndividualView toward COVID-19 during Lockdown Period’. Cogent Psychology 8, no. 1(2021): 1860186.

39  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, B. S. S.Tanbir Amin, B. S. S. Saima Bintay Sultan, Muslima Islam Bithi, Farzana Rahman,and Md Moshiur Rahman. ‘Depression, Anxiety, and Stress among Public UniversityStudents in Bangladesh during the COVID-19 Pandemic’. Journal of EmergencyManagement 19, no. 9 (2021): 99–107.

40  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, SaadmaanJubayer Khan, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Salit Chakma, Nawwar Fatima Procheta,Zahid Al Mamun, Anuva Arony, Farzana Rahman, and Md Moshiur Rahman. ‘Assessingthe Psychological Condition among General People of Bangladesh during COVID-19Pandemic’. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment 31, no.1–4 (2021): 449–63.

41  Rahman, Sheikh Mustafizur, Habib,Abdur Rahman Khan, Ahsan, Shaikh Tareq Arafat, Rahman, Ahmed Saud Alsaqufi,Roshmon Thomas Mathew, Yousof Naser Alrashada, and Yousef Ahmed Alkhamis.‘Cryopreservation Studies on Silver Carp (Hypophthalmichthys Molitrix)Embryos’. CryoLetters 42, no. 3 (2021): 178–87.

42  Rahman, Md Moshiur, Soma Kundu,Prianka Biswas, Md Shahin Parvez, Muhammad Abdur Rouf, Sk Asaduzzaman, SudipDebnath, Md Mostafizur Rahman, and Asaduzzaman. ‘Influence of Maternal Weight,Age, Larval Feeding and Their Interactions on the Hatchery Outcomes of anIndian Major Carp (Labeo Rohita, Hamilton 1822)’. Aquaculture Reports 19(2021): 100633.

43  Chisty, Musabber Ali, Syeda ErenaAlam Dola, Nesar Ahmed Khan, and Md Mostafizur Rahman. ‘Intersectionality,Vulnerability and Resilience: Why It Is Important to Review theDiversifications within Groups at Risk to Achieve a Resilient Community’. Continuity& Resilience Review 3, no. 2 (2021): 119–31.

44  Rahman, Nasrin Ja Khan Sj.‘Application of Strength-Based Social Vulnerability Index (SSVI) inVulnerability Assessment: Bangladesh Perspective - Bangladesh University ofProfessionals Journal’. Bangladesh University of Professionals Journal8, no. 1 (2020): 25–40.

45  Rahman, Moshiur, Iva Alam Pinkey,Jannatul Ferthous, Shaikh Tareq Arafat, Sheikh Mustafizur Rahman, Asaduzzaman,Mostafizur Rahman, and Muhammad Abdur Rouf. ‘Modulation of Phenotypic Traitsunder Different Rearing Temperatures: Experimental Evidence in Male Guppy(Poecilia Reticulata)’. International Journal of Aquatic Biology 8, no.5 (2020): 344–64.

46  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, CarolynSchaab, and Eizo Nakaza. ‘Experimental and Numerical Modeling of TsunamiMitigation by Canals’. Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and OceanEngineering 143, no. 1 (2017): 04016012.

47  Rahman, Md Mostafizur. ‘Experimentaland Numerical Investigations on Tsunami Acting Force and Tsunami Mitigation’. 琉球大学, 2016.

48  Rahman M. M., E. Nakaza, K. Inagaki,S. Tanaka and C. Schaab. ‘Tsunami Reduction Effects of Canal’. CoastalEngineering 72, no. 1 (2016).

49  Itori S., T. Iribe, E. Nakaza and M.M. Rahman. ‘Three-Dimensional Numerical Simulation of the Sloshing in aRectangular Tank and a Cylindrical Tank Using the Particle Method’. HydraulicEngineering 68, no. 4 (2012): 1213–18.

50  Iribe T., T. Watanabe, E. Nakaza andM. M. Rahman. ‘Numerical Simulations of Wave Run-up by the Particle Method.Hydraulic Engineering’. Hydraulic Engineering 68, no. 4 (2012): 1549–54.

51  Rahman, S. M., M. A. A. Shahin, M. A.H. Chisty, M. M. Rahman, Amhb Tareque, and M. M. Hasan. ‘Growth Performance ofMirror Carp (Cyprinus Carpio Var. Specularis, Lacepede, 1803) Fry Fed withVarying Protein Content Feeds’. Our Nature 10, no. 1 (2012): 17–23.

52  Mostafizur, Rahman, Tsunakiyo Iribe,and Eizo Nakaza. ‘EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE PRESSURE ACTING ON STRUCTURES DUETO TSUNAMI BORE IMPACT’, n.d.

53  Rahman, Sk Mustafizur, Md AhasanHabib, Quazi Zahangir Hossain, Md Noman Siddiqui, Md Mostafizur Rahman, and MdNazmul Ahsan. ‘Embryonic Development of Clarias Batrachus under the Influenceof Aeration and Water Flow’. Ecoprint: An International Journal of Ecology18 (2011): 25–31.

54  Watanabe, Tadataka, Tsunakiyo Iribe,Eizo Nakaza, and M. D. Mostafizur Rahman. ‘Three Dimensional Simulation ofHydraulic Phenomenon around Wave-Dissipating Blocks by MPS Method’. Journalof Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B2 (Coastal Engineering) 67, no.2 (2011): I_721-I_725.

55  Rahman, M. M., S. M. Rahman, M. A.Asad, M. K. Hossain, and M. N. Ahsan. ‘Economic Analysis of Ornamental FishTrade in Khulna District of Bangladesh’. Int. J. Animal Fish. Sci 2, no.2 (2009).

56  Tareque, Amhb, B. Biswas, Md S.Hossain, Md M. Rahman, and Md M. Rahman. ‘Some Aspects of Biology of PuntiusSophore (Hamilton) Collected from the Mouri River, Khulna, Bangladesh’. BangladeshResearch Publications Journal 2, no. 2 (2009): 406–22.

57  Rahman, M. M., S. M. Rahman, M. K.Islam, H. M. R. Islam, and M. N. Ahsan. ‘Aquarium Business: A Case Study inKhulna District, Bangladesh’. Bangladesh Research Publications Journal2, no. 3 (2009): 564–70.

58  Tareque, Amhb, M. M. Alam, M. M.Rahman, M. M. Rahman, and S. M. Rahman. ‘Effect of Some Formulated Feeds on theGrowth and Survival of Thai Sharpunti (Puntius Gonionotus) Fry’. Bang. J.Mar. Sci. and Fish 1, no. 1 (2009): 21–31.

59  Rahman, M. M., S. K. Paul, S. M.Rahman, Amhb Tareque, and M. A. A. Shahin. ‘Growth and Survival of Leather Carp(Cyprinus Carpio Var. Nudus) Fry Fed with Different Protein Content Feeds’. SouthAsian J. Agri 1, no. 2 (2006): 17–23.

 

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1     Rahman M. M., T.Iribe, E. Nakaza and M. A. Rouf. Wave Impact on Vertical Sea-Wall: NumericalSimulations with the Newly Improved MPS Method. Proceedings of 1stInternational Conference on Advances in Civil Engineering, CUET, Bangladesh,2012.

 

2     Rahman M. M., S.R. Tiko, T. Iribe and E. Nakaza. Large-Scale Numerical Simulation of TsunamiImpact on Coastal Areas. International Symposium: Human Well-Being and theMarine Environment in the Pacific Islands. 6th Pacific Islands LeadersMeeting Commemorative Event, May 17th-May 19th, 2012, 2012.

 

3     Tiko S. R., M. M.Rahman, E. Nakaza and T. Iribe. Changes in River Morphology of Nadi RiverUsing GIS and Ric-Nays. International Symposium: Human Well-Being and theMarine Environment in the Pacific Islands, 6th Pacific Islands Leaders MeetingCommemorative Event, May 17th-May 19th, 2012, 2012.

 

4     Inagaki K., M. M.Rahman, U. Tokuhisa, E. Nakaza and T. Iribe. Distribution of the Pine TressDrowned by Tohoku Tsunami along Sendai Coastal Area in Miyagi Prefecture.International Symposium: Human Well-Being and the Marine Environment in thePacific Islands. International Symposium: Human Well-Being and the MarineEnvironment in the Pacific Islands, 6th Pacific Islands Leaders MeetingCommemorative Event, May 17th-May 19th, 2012, 2012.

 

5     Azmi N., Abrar M.M. And Rahman M. M. Disaster Risk Perception and Vulnerability of UrbanPeople: A Study of Mohammadpur Thana, Dhaka, Bangladesh. InternationalConference on Urban and Regional Planning. International Conference onUrban and Regional Planning, Bangladesh Institute of Planners, Dhaka,Bangladesh, 2019.

 

6     Md MostafizurRahman, Eizo Nakaza, Tsunakiyo Iribe and Mohammad Abdur Rouf. Wave-StructureInteraction Problems Using Newly Improved Three-Dimensional Particle Method.Proceedings of 1st International Conference on Advances in Civil Engineering,CUET, Bangladesh, 2012.

 

7     Afra SayaraRahman, Md. Iftekharul Haque, Safin Ahmed, Mohammed Sadman Sakib and MdMostafizur Rahman. Mass Media and Disaster Management: A Study on BangladeshPerspective. National Conference on Disaster ,Climate and Sustainability,2022.

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My current research interest is Human Behaviour towards disaster.I am also interested in public health concerns due to environmental hazards.

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1. Gold Medal for the highest CGPA in the Life Science School, Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh.
2. Honorary President Award, University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan.
3. Erasmus Mundus Scholarship Program
4. Monbukagakusho Scholarship Program

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1. Introduction toDisaster Science
2. Principles of Disaster Management
3. Introduction toNatural Resources and Sustainable Development
4. Disaster Preparednessand Vulnerability Reduction
5. Research Methodologyin Disaster Management
6. Disaster RiskReduction Principles and Practices
7. Logistics, Governance& Risk Financing
8. Disaster and Development
9. Advanced theory and methodology in disaster science (Compulsory course)
11. Coastal zone management (Optional course)
12. Quantitative Research Methodology in Disaster Management
13. Laboratory work on Quantitative Analysis
14. Disaster, Vulnerability and Resilience
15. Tools & Techniques of Disaster Management
16. Advanced Research Methodology in DisasterManagement

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