4th ICEP 2022

11-13 December 2022 | Military Institute of Science & Technology | Dhaka, Bangladesh

The 4th International Conference on Energy and Power (ICEP2022) was hosted by the Military Institute of Science & Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh, in association with the Australian Society of Energy and Power (ASEP) from 11-13 December 2022. The ICEP2022 conference will be organized in Duel-mode: Onsite (on the venue) and Online using the Zoom Meeting Platform.

About the Host: Military Institute of Science and Technology, Bangladesh

Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST) is a public engineering institute in Bangladesh located at Mirpur Cantonment, Dhaka. MIST is run by the Bangladesh Armed Forces, and is affiliated with the Bangladesh University of Professionals. Though a military institution, both military and civilian students study in MIST.

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Previous ICEP Conferences were hosted by the following universities:

RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

Central Queensland University, Sydney, Australia

Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Program Schedule

The time and date as shown in the following plan are according to Dhaka (Bangladesh) Standard. Please adjust your time and date according to your geographic location. Please see the detailed list of the presenters below:

Speakers List (Confirmed)

    • Keynote #1: (Paper # 195): Role of Nuclear Technologies for Creating Sustainable Energy Future of Bangladesh - (Dr. Mohammad Shawkat Akbar, Nuclear Power Plant Company Bangladesh Limited, Bangladesh)

    • Keynote #2: (Paper # 124): Potentials of indigenous Undiscovered Natural Gas Resource of Bangladesh for Overcoming Energy Crisis - (Prof. Badrul Imam, Dhaka University, Bangladesh)

    • Keynote #3: (Paper # 067): The potential of combining photovoltaic and electric vehicle system in the urban decarbonization process - (Prof. Yingai Jin, Jilin University, China)

    • Keynote #4: (Paper # 017): Economics and Digitalization of Nuclear Power Plants: Challenges and Opportunities - (Dr. Viacheslav Nichugovskii, Rosatom Technical Academy, Russia)

    • Keynote #5: (Paper # 137): A Review of Thermal Management Needs in Supercapacitors - (Prof. Muhammad Mustafizur Rahman, Wichita State University, USA)

    • Keynote #6: (Paper # 143): Introduction to machine learning applications in biomass energy conversion research - (Prof. Nakorn Tippayawong, Chiang Mai University, Thailand)

    • Keynote #7: (Paper # 128): Adoption of Electric and Autonomous Electric Vehicle – Issue and Challanges - (Prof. Ataur Rahman, International Islamic University, Malaysia)

    • Keynote #8: (Paper # 131): Energy Optimal Control of Dynamic System Using Floating Time Method - (Prof. Reza N. Jazar , RMIT University, Australia)

    • Keynote #9: (Paper # 127): A recent trend in transporting H2 blend and the major obstacle - (A/Prof. Jacob Muthu, University of Regina, Canada )

    • Keynote #10: (Paper # 136): Effect of the water-energy-food nexus on water quality with reference to the arsenic problem of Ganges -Meghna-Brahmaputra (BMB) delta of south-east Asia: A review - (Prof. Kalyan Adhikari, National Institute of Technology Durgapur, India)

    • Keynote #11: (Paper # 133): Nature inspired solutions to enhance heat transfer and energy storage - (Prof. Yuying Yan, University of Nottingham, UK)

    • Keynote #12: (Paper # 138): Life cycle assessment based carbon footprint evaluation of energy systems - (Dr. Nawshad Haque, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia)

    • Keynote #13: (Paper # 123): Advancements in Oil and Gas Leak Detection - (A/Prof Mohammad Azizur Rahman, Texas A&M University, Qatar)

    • Keynote #14: (Paper # 118): Scalable metamaterial thermally sprayed catalyst coatings for nuclear reactor high temperature solid oxide steam electrolysis - (Prof. Mamdud Hossain, Robert Gordon University, UK)

    • Keynote #15: (Paper # 173): A Novel and Efficient Approach for Energy Harvesting using Metamaterials - (Prof. Rajarshi Das, RMIT University, Australia)

    • Keynote #16: (Paper # 132): Shock wave boundary layer interactions in aircraft engines - (Prof. Arnab Roy, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India)

    • Keynote #17: (Paper # 130): Laser Applications in Architecture and Civil Engineering - (Prof. Kaori Nagai, Nihon University, Japan)

    • Keynote #18: (Paper # 075): Capacity Building for Nuclear Technology – International Cooperation in Nuclear Education - (Mr. Ilia Filipev, University of Wollongong, Australia)

    • Keynote #19: (Paper # 035): Hierarchical Vortex Clustering for Gas Turbine Cascade Flows Under Stator-Rotor Interaction - (A/Prof. Kazuo Matsuura, Ehime University, Japan)

    • Keynote #20: (Paper # 135): Nuclear Fuel and Structural Materials’ Challenges for Nuclear Power Programs - (Prof. Mohamed H. M. Hassan, Alexandria University, Egypt)

    • Paper # 002: Safety Analysis in AP-1000 Nuclear Power Plant Against Primary Loop Coolant Pump and Fuel Failures - (Mr Fabiano Gibson Daud Thulu - Malawi University of Business and Applied Science, P/Bag 303, Chichiri, Blantyre 3, Malawi)

    • Paper # 003: Harvesting the Heat Rejected by the Condenser of Split-System Air Conditioners for Producing Warm Water - (Mr Hasib Ahmed Sikder - South Banasree, Block H, Road 4. House 23)

    • Paper # 004: Remote Virtual Mentoring for Nuclear Security Practitioners in the Global South: Lessons from 2020-2022 - (Dr. Zenobia Sabrina Homan - King's College London, UK)

    • Paper # 005: Study of Natural Gas transportation in form of Hydrates - (Ms. Fariha Noshin Khan - Military Institute of Science and Technology, Mirpur Cantt, Dhaka- 1206, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 006: Development of Space-Borne Antenna Reflector via 3D Printing - (Ms Jaya Kori - Indian Institute of Technology (ISM) Dhanbad-826004, Jharkhand, India)

    • Paper # 009: Analysis of Multiplication Factors of VVER-1000 Fresh Fuel Assembly Using the Deterministic Code DRAGON5 - (Dr Md. Jahirul Haque Khan - Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission)

    • Paper # 010: Analysis of Initial Criticality and Neutronic Parameters of Operational Core of 3 MW TRIGA Mark-II Research Reactor Using TRIGLAV Deterministic Code - (Mr. Md Rakibul Hasan - Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 012: Analysis of the LEU Core Safety Parameters of 3 MW TRIGA Mark-II Research Reactor using the Deterministic Code System SRAC2006 - (Mr. Md Masud Rana - Chairman, CSE , BUP, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 016: Multilayer Shielding Design and Analyze Optimal Thickness for the Storage of High Radioactive Sources Concerning Environmental Safety by Using MATLAB Software - (Mr. Md. Mahfuzul Haque Rafi - Bangladesh Math Olympiad Committee, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 018: Placer Mining Deposit in Bangladesh: A Case of Jamuna river - (Ms. Fariha Noshin Khan - Military Institute of Science and Technology, Mirpur Cantt, Dhaka- 1206, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 021: Exploring Urban Heat Island Effects in Khulna City and Its Adaptive Measures - (Mr. Kh Mahfuz ud Darain - Architecture Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna-9208, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 022: Perspective of Subterranean Biogas Plant in Bangladesh - (Ms. Fouzia Kabir - Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Dhaka, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 023: Performance analysis of hydrokinetic turbine arranged in lnline array within a closed conduit channel - (Prof Shibayan Sarkar - Indian Institute of Technology (ISM) Dhanbad-826004, Jharkhand, India)

    • Paper # 024: Analysis of erosion behavior in Reaction type hydraulic turbine components through Different Wear Model - (Mr Rakesh Kumar - Indian Institute of Technology (ISM) Dhanbad-826004, Jharkhand, India)

    • Paper # 025: Design and Fabrication of Mechanical Power Generating System-An Alternate Renewable Energy Source - (Dr RATNESH KUMAR - NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, DURGAPUR-713209, WEST BENGAL, INDIA)

    • Paper # 036: Adaptation of Sustainable Technologies for Blue H2 Production from the Perspective of the Oil & Gas Industry: A Review - (Mr. Khandaker Fahim Anjum - Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Mirpur Cantonment, Dhaka)

    • Paper # 040: Transient Analysis of VVER-1200 Nuclear Reactor Using PCTRAN And Fuzzy Logic - (Ms. Rubayet Alam - Military Institute of Science and Technology, Mirpur Cantt, Dhaka- 1206, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 042: Surface Integrity Analysis of WAAM fabricated steel structure - (Mr Vishal Kumar - Indian Institute of Technology (ISM) Dhanbad-826004, Jharkhand, India)

    • Paper # 043: An Experimental study and Optimization of Friction stir welding of Aluminum alloy using GRA method - (Ms Ankita Mistri - Indian Institute of Technology (ISM) Dhanbad-826004, Jharkhand, India)

    • Paper # 044: Investigation on Threat Models based on Design-Basis-Threat for Nuclear Security - (Mr Abu Zafor Mohammad Salahuddin - Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Dhaka, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 045: Qualitative Evaluation of a Reservoir from Microscopic Observations: A Case from Begumganj Reservoir - (Ms. Shaolin Jahan Eidee - Military Institute of Science and Technology)

    • Paper # 047: Experimental Analysis on a Thermosyphon Prototype for Decay Heat Removal by using Passive Cooling Technique - (Ms. Taseen Asrafi - Military Institute of Science and Technology, Mirpur Cantt, Dhaka- 1206, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 048: Effect of lubricating oil on the spark plug deposit of gasoline engine - (Dr Bireswar Paul - Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad, Prayagraj-211004, Uttar Pradesh, India)

    • Paper # 049: Prospect of wind generated green hydrogen production facility to replace 100% dependency on diesel fuel for marine transportation in perspective of Bangladesh - (Mr. Abir Hasan Bhuiyan - Military Institute of Science and Technology, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 050: Water Footprint Assessment of Coal-Fired Thermal Power Plants in India - (Dr Akshoy Ranjan Paul - Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad, Prayagraj-211004, Uttar Pradesh, India)

    • Paper # 051: Computational Analysis of Aerodynamic Performance of a Split Winglet - (Ms Shalini Verma - Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad, Prayagraj-211004, Uttar Pradesh, India)

    • Paper # 053: Rockmass Characterization and Application in Stope Design: A Case from Maddhapara Granite Mine - (Mr. Nahid Hasan Dipu - Military Institute of Science and Technology, Mirpur Cantt, Dhaka- 1206, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 054: Experimental Cross Section Measurements for Nuclear Reactor Technology: 174Yb(n,γ)175Yb and 55Mn(n,γ)56Mn - (Mr Md Mustafa Zaved - Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Dhaka, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 056: Energy Savings Using LEDs: an Indian Perspective - (Mr. Ajitesh Kar - Jadavpur University, Kolkata-700032, India)

    • Paper # 057: The Fruit-based Natural Dye: A Sensitizer for the Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell - (Dr Suryappa Jayappa Pawar - Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad, Prayagraj-211004, Uttar Pradesh, India)

    • Paper # 060: Concentration and Distribution of Uranium and Thorium in Sands of the Potential Regions of Bangladesh - (Mr. Md. Saydur Rahman - Chandpur Power Generation Company Ltd.; Chandpur Sadar, Chandpur, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 061: Water Treatment Using Bi-product Triple Slope Solar Still - (Dr Rahul Dev - Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad, Prayagraj-211004, Uttar Pradesh, India)

    • Paper # 062: Heat Transfer Augmentation of a Cylinder using Metalfoam - (Mr Devesh Singh - Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad, Prayagraj-211004, Uttar Pradesh, India)

    • Paper # 063: Heat Transfer Enhancement in a Parabolic Trough Solar Collector using Magnetic Nanofluids - (Mr Abhishek Gupta - Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad, Prayagraj-211004, Uttar Pradesh, India)

    • Paper # 066: Coal Mining Opportunities and Challenges in Bangladesh from Rock Engineering Perspective - (Prof AKM Badrul Alam - Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Dhaka, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 070: Characterization of Friction Surface Coating Process on Medium Carbon Steel for Mining Equipment - (Dr Hemlata Jangid - Indian Institute of Technology (ISM) Dhanbad-826004, Jharkhand, India)

    • Paper # 073: Instrumentation And Control System Of VVER-1200 Reactors And Comparison With CANDU Reactor - (Mr. Abu Sadat Mohd. Sayem - Military Institute of Science and Technology )

    • Paper # 076: Experimental Study of Archimedes Single (1 Screw), Double (2 screw) and Triple (3 Screw) Turbine - (Dr. Helmizar - University of Bengkulu, Indonesia)

    • Paper # 077: Steady-State Thermal-Hydraulic Analysis of a Small Modular Pressurized Water Reactor - (Ms. Samiah Hassan - Banglamark Limited, Dhaka)

    • Paper # 078: Hydrogen Production In Generation IV Reactors - (Mr Arijit Saha Ayon - Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Dhaka, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 078: Hydrogen Production In Generation IV Reactors - (Mr. Md. Ashiqur Rahman Alif - Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Dhaka, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 080: Thermal-hydraulic analysis for different sub-channels of generic VVER-1200 - (Mr. Mosaddak Ahamed Zahid - Military Institute of Science and Technology, Mirpur Cantt, Dhaka- 1206, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 084: In situ Performance measurement and characterization of wind turbine - (Mr Rakib Shuvo - Military Institute of Science and Technology, Mirpur 12 cantonment, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 085: Analysis of Trip Probability of An Electrical Grid - (Mr Bony Amin Ahmed - Bangladesh Atomic Energy Regulatory Authority)

    • Paper # 086: Off-Grid Renewable Hybrid Energy System for Coastal Areas of Bangladesh - (Mr Md. Nahin Islam - BRAC University, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 088: A Simulation Analysis to Design and Fabricate a Diver Propulsion Vehicle Using Local Manufacturing Technology - (Mr Chowdhury Raihan Uddin - Transcom Consumer Products Limited (TCPL), Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 089: Calculation Of Core Design Parameters For Small Modular Reactor (SMR) Using In-House Developed Computer Program - (Mr Tonmay Saha - Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Dhaka, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 091: Fuel Rod Temperature Profiling And Meltdown Protection Methodology - (Mr Argho Roy - Military Institute of Science and Technology, Mirpur Cantt, Dhaka- 1206)

    • Paper # 092: Log Data Driven Water Saturation Model for Reservoir Characterization Using Machine Learning Approach - (Dr Mohammad Islam Miah - Assistant Professor, Dept. of PME,Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology)

    • Paper # 094: Review Paper on PRAISE-JNES, PASCAL-SP and SAAR PFM Codes on Fracture Mechanism Analysis - (Mr Md. Golam Sarwar - Military Institute of Science and Technology, Mirpur 12 cantonment, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 095: Gamma Ray Shielding Behavior of Some Concrete Having Boron Content - (Mr Sarder Ahnaf Islam - Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Dhaka, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 096: LOCA- a mode of failure for nuclear reactor - (Ms. Nadia Afrin Sristy - Military Institute of science and technology, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 096: LOCA- a mode of failure for nuclear reactor - (Mr. M A Saman - Military Institute of Science & Technology, Mirpur Cantonment, Mirpur, Dhaka)

    • Paper # 096: LOCA- a mode of failure for nuclear reactor - (Ms. Sumiya Islam - Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 098: Neutronic Analysis of SMART Like Small Modular Reactor Using Monte Carlo Code OpenMC - (Mr Dewan Nazmun Nur - Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Dhaka, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 100: Challenges of Energy Mix in Bangladesh - (Mr Md. Mahfuzul Hoque - Summit Oil & Shipping Co. Ltd., Summit Centre, 18 Kawran Bazar C/A, Dhaka-1215.)

    • Paper # 105: Prototype Design of a Radiation Survey and Rescue Rover with Shielding of Electronic Equipment with Image Radiation Mapping Facility - (Mr Md Nazmul Hassan - Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Dhaka, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 106: Neutronic Calculation of Fuel Element of the Modular High-Temperature Gas-Cooled Reactor Benchmark Core Design with OpenMC Code - (Mr Mohammad Taha Khan - Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Dhaka, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 108: Design of a 100kW Grid-Connected Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant For a Health Care Centre in Sunamganj - (Mr Tonmay Saha - Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Dhaka, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 109: A Study to Detect Optimal Geological Site for Solar Wind-Based Hybrid Power System in Bangladesh - (Mr. Fazley Rabbi - European University of Bangladesh. 2/4 Gabtoli, Mirpur, Dhaka-1216, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 110: Modeling of Atmospheric Dispersion and Radiological Dose Consequences for a Hypothetical Accident in the Perspective of Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant (RNPP) - (Ms. Rubayet Alam - Military Institute of Science and Technology, Mirpur Cantt, Dhaka- 1206, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 111: Determination of Basic Feasible Solution for Time Minimization Transportation Problems: A New Algorithm - (Mr Md Amirul Islam - Military Institute of Science and Technology, Mirpur Cantonment, Dhaka-1216)

    • Paper # 115: Thermal-Hydraulics and Thermo-Mechanical Analysis of VVER-1200 Reactor Pressure Vessel under Pressurized Thermal Shock - (Mr. Mohammed Sarim Salman karim - Bangladesh Atomic Energy Regulatory Authority (BAERA), Agargaon, Dhaka-1207;)

    • Paper # 116: Analysis of Irradiation Embrittlement of VVER 1200 Reactor Pressure Vessel Steel at Very High Neutron Fluence - (Mr. K.M. Rakib Al Hasan - Bangladesh Atomic Energy Regulatory Authority, Agargaon, Dhaka-1207)

    • Paper # 120: Energy Efficient Material: Development and Characterization of Al/Cu Composite Material through Powder Metallurgy - (A/Prof Ajaya Bharti - Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad, Prayagraj-211004, Uttar Pradesh, India)

    • Paper # 121: Critical assessment of sandstone erosion with the aid of pulsating waterjet - (A/Prof Somnath Chattopadhyaya - Indian Institute of Technology (ISM) Dhanbad-826004, Jharkhand, India)

    • Paper # 122: Design and Development of Regenerative Cryogenic Cooling system - (Mr. Mostofa Al Faysal - Military Institute of Science and Technology, Mirpur Cantt, Dhaka- 1206, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 138: Life cycle assessment based carbon footprint evaluation of energy systems - (Dr Nawshad Haque - Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia)

    • Paper # 139: Turn Engineering Math into Energy Efficient Product Industrialization: A Case Study for Cooling Tower - (Mr Shahed Hassan - Artisan Craft (BD) Limited, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 141: Computational Investigation of Mechanical Properties for Friction Stirred Welded joint - (Mr Anil Kumar Maurya - Indian Institute of Technology (ISM) Dhanbad-826004, Jharkhand, India)

    • Paper # 142: Design of a Green Power Plant for a Local Area Government with a Hydrogen Energy Storage System – A Case Study for Dandenong, Melbourne Australia - (Mr. SAAD MAHMUD SONYY - ABSCUBE Engineering & Education, Australia)

    • Paper # 144: Comparative study of conversion performance for three groups of solid wastes into biofuels and chemicals by co-pyrolysis technology - (Mr Md. Samim Hossain - Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology (RUET))

    • Paper # 146: Using Geological and Hydrology, Bangladesh's Ganges-Padma River System's Channel Fluctuations are Being Assessed. - (Mr. Arifur Rahman - Tejgaon College, Dhaka, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 147: Comparative Study For Adopting Nuclear Energy In Generating Electricity For Sustainable Development Of Bangladesh - (Mr Md. Sifatul Muktadir - Military Institute of Science and Technology, Mirpur Cantt, Dhaka- 1206)

    • Paper # 148: Estimation of CO2 Storage Capacity of Three Major Gas Fields in Bangladesh Using Theoretical and Effective Storage Capacity Formula - (Mr. Angthaiching Marma - Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology, Raozan, Chattogram 4349)

    • Paper # 149: Accident Analysis of VVER 1200 nuclear reactor in transient state using PC TRAN and logic algorithm - (Mr. NAFIS IRTIZA ISLAM - Military Institute of Science and Technology , Mirpur Cantonment,Dhaka)

    • Paper # 150: A Comprehensive Study of Low Resistivity Reservoirs - (Mr. Basel Ahmad Shabab - Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 152: Study on Heavy Metal Concentration and Natural Radionuclides Present in Surface Water - (Mr Md. Mezba Ul Haque - Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Dhaka, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 153: Investigation on Thermal Performance of an Energy Efficient Induced Draft Cooling Tower - (A/Prof. Altab Hossain - Military Institute of Science and Technology, Mirpur Cantt, Dhaka- 1206)

    • Paper # 154: Wastepaper Based Bricks: An Approach for Sustainable Construction Material - (Mr. Ranjan Raj Koirala - Swinburne University of Technology)

    • Paper # 155: An Assessment of Suitability’s for Adopting MSW Fed Incineration in Bangladesh Using Decision Maker’s Matrix: A Case Study of Chittagong - (Ms Samina Alam - Premier University, Chittagong, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 156: Field Level Study of Solar PV Powered Irrigation Systems in Bangladesh - (Prof. Mohammad Rofiqul Islam - Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology (RUET), Rajshahi-6204, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 158: Effect of Inclination Angle on the Performance of Screw Turbine for Micro/pico Hydro Application - (Dr. Erinofiardi - University of Bengkulu, Indonesia)

    • Paper # 159: Voltage Conversion Topologies and Mitigation Technique for Power Quality Issues Using Solar Photovoltaic - (Dr Narottam Das - CQUniversity Australia, Melbourne Campus, VIC 3000)

    • Paper # 160: An Assessment of Gas Storage Capacity and Transport Dynamics of Barapukuria Coal Mine, Bangladesh - (Mr. Habibullah Sarker - Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology, Raozan, Chattogram 4349)

    • Paper # 163: Experimental Analysis of White Clay's (Netrokona, Bangladesh) Possibility as Water-Based Drilling Fluid Ingredient - (Mr. Md Mizanur Rahman - Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 165: An Investigation on the Physical and Hydrological Properties of Barapukuria Coal Mine to Assess Water Inrush, Bangladesh. - (Mr Upol Barua Choin - Department of Petroleum and Mining Engineering; Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology (CUET); Chittagong - 4349, Bangladesh.)

    • Paper # 167: Process Integration on Good Manufacturing Practice for Sustainable Development of Rural- Based Herbal Entrepreneurship in Malaysia - (Mr. Kamal Chandra Paul - Global Research Centre(GRC), Malaysia & Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 170: Improvement of Palm Oil Extraction Process Using Locally Manufactured Autoclave, A Study of Design Development and Analysis of Autoclave for Palm Processing Plant - (Mr Chowdhury Raihan Uddin - Transcom consumer Products Limited (TCPL), Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 172: Title-Techno-economic Assessments for Energy Systems: Climatic Resources, Software Packages, Power Systems, and Applications - (Mr. Abu Kowsar - IFRD, Bangladesh Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (BCSIR))

    • Paper # 174: IoT Implemented Encryption Voice Transmission System with Particle Photon Microcontroller - (Mr M. Matsive Ali - Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology)

    • Paper # 175: Development of Pyrolysis Research in RUET, Bangladesh for Production of Liquid Fuels from Organic Solid Wastes - (Prof. Mohammad Rofiqul Islam - Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology (RUET), Rajshahi-6204, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 176: Transient Flow of Stratified Air in a Trapezoid with Stratified Inclined Surfaces - (Mr Md. Mahafujur Rahaman - Z. H. Sikder University of Science and Technology, Shariatpur-8024, Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 177: Dispatch Strategies Oriented Solar PV-Diesel-Battery Hybrid Energy System Assessment for South Sudan Coastal Area - (Mr. Abu Rayhan - Dept. of EEE, Green University of Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 178: Rooftop Solar PV System Performance – A Case Study - (Dr Nawshad Haque - Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia)

    • Paper # 179: Analysis on Risk Assessment of Wartime Nuclear Safety, Security and Safeguard - (Mr. Sheikh Shahadath Hossain - Ontario Tech University, Oshawa Canada)

    • Paper # 180: Economic Development in Bangladesh and Northeast India: The Role of Natural Gas and LPG - (Mr Khondkar Saleque - Global Consultants and Educational Services Pty Ltd)

    • Paper # 181: The Global Energy Crisis and South Asia - Challenges for the Future - (Prof. Quamrul Alam - Central Queensland University, Australia)

    • Paper # 182: The Impacts of Transformation of Project Management in Industry 4.0 in Context of Bangladesh - (Mrs. Atika Khan - Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP), Mirpur Cantonment, Dhaka, Bangladesh )

    • Paper # 183: A Mini-grid Hybrid Agro-Photovoltaic System for Powering Agro-farms and Green Transportation in Bangladesh - (Mr. Abu Kowsar - IFRD, Bangladesh Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (BCSIR))

    • Paper # 184: Cosmeceuticals from Microalgae: A Review - (Dr. Saleh M A Mobin - ABSCUBE Engineering & Education, Australia)

    • Paper # 187: A Convolutional Neural Network Based Automated Crack Detection System In a Nuclear Reactor - (Mr. Fahim Sabab Siddique - Military Institute Of Science And Technology, Mirpur Cantonment ,Dhaka)

    • Paper # 187: A Convolutional Neural Network-Based Automated Crack Detection System in a Nuclear Reactor - (Mr. Kristy Gourab Sinha - Military Institute of Science and Technology )

    • Paper # 188: Dispatch Strategies Oriented Solar PV-Diesel-Battery Hybrid Energy System Assessment for South Sudan Coastal Area - (Mr. Abu Rayhan - Dept. of EEE, Green University of Bangladesh)

    • Paper # 189: Defense approaches against phishing attacks: A narrative review - (Ms. Roaa Hamoud Alharbi - Applied College/ Jazan University/ KSA)

    • Paper # 190: Recommendation of E-Learning by the University Administrations in Combating the Coronavirus Crisis: A Case Review for Saudi Arabia - (Ms. Hayam Mohammed Jabali - Applied College/ Jazan University/ KSA)

    • Paper # 191: Cyber threats on the educational system in Saudi during the coronavirus pandemic: Review - (Ms. Hayam Mohammed Jabali - Applied College/ Jazan University/ KSA)

    • Paper # 193: In situ Performance measurement and characterization of wind turbine - (Mr. Md Masud Rana - ABSCUBE Engineering & Education, Australia)

    • Paper # 196: Introduction to Planck’s law of Black body Radiation And its Alternative Derivation By S.N. Bos - (Prof. Md. Azizur Rahman - Military Institute of Science and Technology, Mirpur Cantt, Dhaka- 1206)

    • Paper # 197: Digital Technology: Enabler for the Physically Disabled - (Prof. Anupam Basu - Director National Institute of Technology, India)

Session Chair and Co-Chair

Presentation and Poster Competitions

All the presentations and posters will be evaluated by a panel of examiners. The following awards will be announced in the closing ceremony:

Best Presenter Awards:


Poster Awards:

  • Champion

  • 1st Runner up

  • 2nd Runner up

Conference Accommodation Support

Venue and Accommodation

Venue: Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST)
Address: Mirpur Cantonment, Dhaka-1216, Bangladesh (Click here to open on Google Maps)

Accommodation near the venue:

Hotel Dhaka Golden Inn
Address: House 3, Road 24 (Lakeside), Block K, Banani, Dhaka 1213
Rate per night (For conference participants only):

  • Single Deluxe Room: BDT 3500 for one person
  • Double Deluxe Room: BDT 3500 for one person
  • Twin Deluxe Room: BDT 4500 for two persons
  • Suit Room: BDT 5000 one and two persons

Note:

  • The Hotel Dhaka Golden Inn is our conference-entitled hotel (co-sponsor) which promised to provide a reduced rate (including a special discount) for the conference participants. Please mention our reference to get the special rate during room booking.

  • However, our conference participants can book the accommodation of their own choice.

Scope

This conference will cover the broad field of energy and power technologies in all engineering and scientific disciplines. It will be an ideal place to know the recent development in power and energy technologies, which will be presented by leading academics, researchers and industry experts in the field. The conference themes include all aspects of fundamental and applied research in energy and power, but are not limited to:

  • Renewable Energy: Bio-energy, geothermal energy, photo-voltaic, renewable fuels, solar-thermal, wind energy, wave energy, hydro-electric power, biomass systems, biofuels, ocean and tidal energy, hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.

  • Conventional and Nuclear Energy: Coal, liquid fuel, combustion, enhanced oil recovery, natural gas-LNG & CNG, nuclear power, power generation, waste heat recovery applications, energy and exergy efficiency, gasification, pyrolysis

  • Energy Storage and Grid Modernization: Storage and conversion, batteries and fuel cells, smart grid technologies and devices, blockchain technologies, power transmission & distribution, smart grid and metering, fault monitoring and predictive maintenance, superconductors, electricity networks of the future, power systems and automation, distributed generation, heat pump.

  • Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Technologies: Green buildings, green computing, thermo-electrics, green transport, energy efficiency and conservation, CO2 capture, low carbon technology, energy harvesting and scavenging, mitigation technologies, sustainable and resilient cities, building energy technologies and systems, HVAC systems, phase change materials.

  • Energy Management, Policy and Economics: Clean energy, energy auditing, cross-border power trading, energy and environment security, energy sciences, intelligent energy systems, energy demand and use optimisation, energy and environment policies, carbon tax, sustainable energy awareness, international cooperation.

Call for Abstracts

You are invited to submit an abstract of up to 500 words (Click here to download the MS Word Template). The abstract must contain a title, name(s) of authors, mailing address, telephone and fax numbers (if available), and email address of the corresponding author.

Submit your abstract by email as an attachment (MS Word file format) to: icep2022@asep.org.au

How to attend the 4th ICEP2022

Please follow the steps below to attend the 4th ICEP2022:

  1. Submit your abstract by email as an attachment (MS Word file format) to: icep2022@asep.org.au

  2. Our ICEP Editorial Team will review the submitted abstract and notify the corresponding author of the outcomes regarding their submission. An ID will be provided for each submission.

  3. Complete the 'Online Registration Form for ICEP2022' for each submission separately.

  4. Once the author/presenter/participant completes the online registration form, the Conference Organizing Team will send an official Invitation Letter and an Invoice via email based on your registration information.

  5. Upon receiving your payment by the deadline, your participation in the conference will be confirmed. An Official Confirmation Letter, including a Payment Receipt, will be provided by the Organizing Team via email to the registrants. Please allow a maximum of 5 working days to process your legal documents.

  6. Prepare your presentation (See the detailed guideline in the Submission and Publication Section below).

  7. A detailed program schedule will be sent to the participants who will complete the registration and payment by the deadline.

  8. At the conference: You must present the Invitation Letter and a photo ID (Passport or National ID card) at the Reception Desk upon arrival at the conference venue and collect your Name Tag and welcome pack before entry into the venue.

  9. Deliver your presentation (online/onsite) based on the timetable in the program schedule.

  10. Optional: Prepare and submit a draft paper for special issue journal publication (if you want to); however, it is not required to present or participate in the conference.

Note:

  • Participants can present their papers without submitting a full paper.

  • Any interested person (e.g. coauthor, friend, family member) or company representative can participate without submitting any abstract or full paper

  • Every participant in the conference MUST complete the 'Online Registration Form for ICEP2022'

Important Notes for Non-Bangladeshi Participants:

  • Participants, except Bangladeshi nationality, will require a visa from Bangladeshi Embassy in their own country to travel to Bangladesh.

  • Foreign participant in Bangladesh also requires security clearance from the Host Institute: MIST. Please send us the scanned copies (full colour) of your Current Passport (bio pages with photo) and previous or current visa for travelling to Bangladesh (if any) (in PDF or JEG or similar format) via email to icep2022@asep.org.au as soon as you complete your online registration as it may take a minimum of 2 weeks for processing the documents to provide a security clearance certificate to the applicant.

Submissions & Publications

Publication of the Book of Abstracts:

All accepted abstracts will be peer-reviewed and included in the "ICEP2022 - Book of Abstracts" which will be published by ASEP.org.au and available ONLINE with an ISBN. At least one of the authors must register for the conference to present their work either online or at the venue with a 10-minute Powerpoint presentation. Please note that Conference Proceedings will NOT be published for this 4th ICEP2022 Conference instead the full accepted papers will be published in the following special issue journals based on the authors' choice and the focus of the submitted paper.

Publication in Special Edition journals:

  • Authors are also invited to submit their full manuscript to publish their articles in the following Special Edition of Scopus indexed journals:

  • Full papers submitted by the authors who will present their paper at the conference and do not want to pay the processing fees for the paid journals will be considered for the special issue journal: MIST International Journal of Science and Technology (MIJST)

  • Note:

    • All submitted papers must be presented at the conference by the authors to be considered for journal publications

    • After an intense reviewing process, the article will be accepted for publication

    • The authors must follow the specific guidelines of the journal to prepare the manuscript

    • Authors must format their papers and submit them within the due date via their submission system

    • Authors must pay the fees if required for the specific journal publication

Presentation of your work at the conference

Authors can present their paper in the following options:

  • Oral presentation – Online: LIVE or Pre-recorded

  • Oral presentation – At the venue

Guideline for preparing your Oral Presentation:

Prepare a multimedia presentation file using Microsoft PowerPoint or similar software with a title page:

  • Contents: Your presentation should contain a number of sides: A title page, background, rationale, materials, methodology, results, and major conclusions, recommendations for future study. It may also contain animations and video clips.

  • Format: Use the appropriate font size for each slide.

  • Time management: Limit the number of slides in such a way that you can finish your talk within 10 minutes. Keep 3 minutes for the discussion on your presentation and 2 minutes for the changeover. The Session Chair will keep count of the time limit and remind the presenter with a call bell. Immediately after the end of the presentation, a discussion session will commence. In the discussion, the audience or the Chair/Judge can ask a few questions regarding the presentation.

The Mood of Presentation:

  • Online LIVE Presentation: To present your paper from a remote location, you need a computer/laptop with internet connectivity. We’ll send you an online meeting link via email to join the scheduled session at the conference using Zoom / MS Teams or similar Apps. Make sure you have proper hardware (Computer, Microphone and Video Camera) and required software installed on your computer and a stable internet connection. Test it before connecting to the online meeting.

  • Pre-recorded Presentation: You can send us a 10-min duration video clip (Multimedia file) of your presentation by recording your presentation or producing a compiled multimedia presentation. If you choose this option, please send us your multimedia file at least 7 days before the conference begins. We’ll play the pre-recorded presentation during your presentation timeslot and the presenters are requested to be available in the online session to answer any questions.

  • Presentation at the Venue: To present your paper at the venue, you need to bring a copy of your presentation files on a memory card or you can access it from the online storage. A computer/laptop with internet connectivity will be provided at the venue. Make sure you are present at the venue on time.

Publications:

  • All online presentations will be recorded and published on the ASEP Australia Official Channel on YouTube

How to send your Video (recorded presentation) file:

You don't need to send your file as an email attachment, rather, you just share your file from your online storage (Google Drive, One Drive, Dropbox and so on). Please send/share with us the download link for your multimedia file via our conference email address: (icep2022@asep.org.au) so that we can download it from your online drive.


Frequently Asked Questions:


Do you need to submit a full paper?

Please note that authors do not require to submit a full paper to participate or present at the conference. However, authors are invited to submit a full draft paper for special issue journal publication for all accepted abstracts. Please submit your draft paper for journal publication by the due date.


Is there any paper template to prepare a full paper?

There is no specific template for the draft paper; please use MS word to prepare your manuscript. The article should contain a title, a list of authors and their affiliations, abstracts, an introduction, methodology, results, a discussion, conclusions, and references. Use any standard referencing style for the manuscript.


What will happen once we receive your draft paper?

Once we receive our draft paper, the 'similarity index' will be checked for each submitted paper using Turnitin. The acceptable total Turnitin percentage is anything below 20% in the similarity report, provided that the similarity percentage is no more than 2% from a single source. Please check your paper before submitting it to us.

The paper will then be blind peer-reviewed by two independent reviewers, and the decision, including reviewers' comments, will be notified to the authors. Authors need to revise their paper based on the recommendation and submit the revised paper incorporating all review comments by the due date, which will be notified in the review notification via email. Also, the authors' responses to the reviewers' comments must be submitted in a separate word document. The final decision will be sent to the corresponding author to format the paper according to the special issue journal requirements.

Based on the contents of your paper, the editorial office will decide which articles are best suited for which journal, as each journal has its focus. An updated list of special issue journals will be available on the conference website.


How much will it cost for a journal publication?

Please note that there will be a publication management fee of USD 200 that needs to be paid by the authors. We will inform the authors if there is any other publishing fee to be paid by the author for publishing their articles to a specific journal volume, as some are free of charge and some are not.

Conference Registration and Fees

Who can register for the conference?

Any interested person can register and pay the fees for the conference to participate in the conference without submitting any paper. To present a paper at the conference (online or at the venue), at least one author for each paper must register and pay the conference fee. If a presenter has more than one paper, additional fees will apply for each extra presentation.


Registration and Other Fees:

You can choose various options and combinations depending on your criteria. Select from the following options:

Registration Options (with price and currency): International

    • Registration - Full : USD 100

    • Registration - Student : USD 50

    • Registration - Access only : USD 50

    • Extra Paper : USD 40

    • Extra dinner ticket : USD 20

Registration Options (with price and currency): Bangladesh

    • Registration - Full : BDT 5,000

    • Registration - Student : BDT 3,000

    • Registration - Access only : BDT 3,000

    • Extra Paper : BDT 2,000

    • Extra dinner ticket : BDT 1,000

Note:

  • Each conference registration (Full, Student or Access only) includes a single paper presentation at the conference including morning and afternoon tea, lunch, and banquet (gala dinner)

  • 'Access only' registration will allow someone to participate without submitting or presenting any paper

  • The 'Extra paper' costs will apply to a presenter for more than one paper presentation at the conference by the same presenter

  • The 'Extra dinner ticket' costs will apply if a registered presenter wants to bring someone with him/her to the dinner

  • Student ID is required to be eligible for student registration

  • Conference registration and payment processing will be administered by our technical partner: ABSCUBE Engineering and Education Services Pty Ltd (Australia)


Registration Process:

  • After the submission of the abstract by the authors via email to icep2022@asep.org.au, a notification mail will be sent to the corresponding author regarding the outcome of their submission after a review process. A detailed guideline will also be provided to complete the registration including payment options

  • At least one author from the list of authors of each submission must register to present the paper.

  • Any interested persons (i.e., coauthors of a paper, participants from different organizations) can also complete the "Access only" registration which will allow them to participate without submitting or presenting any paper

  • All participants must complete the 'Online Registration Form for ICEP2022'


Payment options for the registration and other fees:

  • For International Participants: after the completion of the 'Online Registration Form for ICEP2022', an invoice will be sent to you via email to complete your payment. You can pay by either using your Debit/Credit card or PayPal account or Bank Transfer for registration fee payment.

  • For Local Participants in Bangladesh: after the completion of the 'Online Registration Form for ICEP2022', please transfer/pay your registration fees to the following bank account:

    • Account Name: International Conference on Energy and Power

    • Account No: 0106-0210002551

    • Bank Name: Trust Bank Limited

    • Branch: Mirpur DOHS, Dhaka-1216, Bangladesh

Organizing Committee

Host Organizing Committee

    • Major General Md Wahid-Uz-Zaman, Military Institute of Science & Technology, Bangladesh (Chief Patron)

    • Colonel Molla Md Zubaer, Military Institute of Science & Technology, Bangladesh (Conference Chair)

    • Colonel Nasir Uddin Ahmed, Military Institute of Science & Technology, Bangladesh (Conference Co-Chair)

    • Lt Col Md Altab Hossain, Military Institute of Science & Technology, Bangladesh (Conference Co-Chair)

    • Lt Col Faisal Kader, Military Institute of Science & Technology, Bangladesh (Organizing Secretary)

    • Maj Sifatul Muktadir, Military Institute of Science & Technology, Bangladesh (Conference Coordinator)

International Organizing Committee

    • Prof Firoz Alam, RMIT University, Australia (Chair)

    • Dr Harun Chowdhury, Australian Society of Energy &Power, Australia (Secretariat)

    • Dr Bavin Loganathan, Australian Society of Energy & Power, Australia

    • Prof Nakorn Tippayawong, Chiang Mai University, Thailand

    • Prof Yingai Jin, Jilin University, China

    • Prof Xiaolin Wang, University of Tasmania, Australia

    • Prof Mohammad Rasul, Central Queensland University, Australia

    • Prof Kalyan Adhikari, National Institute of Technology Durgapur, India

    • A/Prof Somnath Chattopadhyay, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Dhanbad, India

    • A/Prof Abhijit Date, RMIT University, Australia

    • A/Prof Akshoy Ranjan Paul, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, India

    • Dr Nawshad Haque, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia

    • Dr Ashfaque Chowdhury, Central Queensland University, Australia

International Advisory & Scientific Committee

Australia:

  • Prof Quamrul Alam (Central Queensland University)

  • Dr Ramadas Narayanan (Central Queensland University)

  • Dr Narottam Das (Central Queensland University)

  • A/Prof Ibrahim Sultan (Federation University)

  • Prof Reza Jazar (RMIT University)

  • A/Prof Bahman Shabani (RMIT University)

  • Dr Milan Simic (RMIT University)

  • Dr Sajid Hossain (RMIT University)

  • Dr Mohammad Nasim (RMIT University)

  • Dr Suvash Saha (University of Technology Sydney)

  • Dr Shezan Arefin (Murdoch University, Perth)

Bangladesh:

  • Prof Aloke Mozumder (Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology)

  • Prof Emdadul Hoque (Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology)

  • Asst/Prof Ms Zinat Tasneem (Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology)

Canada:

  • Prof Liming Dai (University of Regina)

China:

  • A/Prof Gang Liu (Central South University)

  • Prof Haibin Li (Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion)

  • A/Prof Anqing Zheng (Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion)

  • Prof Liang Guo (Jilin University)

  • Prof Jinliang Xu (North China Electric Power University)

  • Prof Ruzhu Wang (Shanghai Jiaotong University)

  • Prof Rui Xiao (Southeast University)

  • Prof Kaige Wang (Zhejiang University)

  • A/Prof Lingjun Zhu (Zhejiang University)

  • Prof Mizanur Rahman (Hangzhou Dianzi University)

Croatia:

  • Prof Drazan Kozak (University of Osijek)

Germany:

  • Prof Reinhard Rauch (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

India:

  • Prof Santanu Bandyopadhyay (IIT Bombay)

  • Dr Gauri Shankar (IIT Dhanbad)

  • Prof Sumantra Bhattacharya (IIT Dhanbad)

  • Prof Ajay Mandal (IIT Dhanbad)

  • Dr Subhankar Sen (IIT Dhanbad)

  • Prof Arnab Roy (IIT Kharagpur)

  • Prof Himadri Chattopadhaya (Jadavpur University)

  • Prof Anupam Basu (National Institute of Technology Durgapur)

  • Prof Anuj Jain (Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad)

Indonesia:

  • Dr Erinofiardi (Universitas Bengkulu)

Italy:

  • Prof Marco Baratieri (Free University of Bolzano)

  • Prof Alessandro Ruggiero (University of Salerno)

Japan:

  • Prof Kazuo Matsuura (Ehime University)

Malaysia:

  • Prof Rizalman Mamat (University Malaysia Pahang)

New Zealand:

  • Prof Shusheng Pang (University of Canterbury)

Poland:

  • Prof Grzegorz Krolzyk (Opole University)

  • Prof Stanislaw Legutko (Poznan University)

Russia:

  • Prof Vitaly Sergeev (St. Petersburg Polytechnic University)

Singapore:

  • Prof TT Lim (National University of Singapore)

  • A/Prof Praveen Linga (National University of Singapore)

Slovakia:

  • Prof Sergej Hloch (Technical University of Kosice)

Thailand:

  • Prof Tanongkiat Kiatsiriroaj (Chiang Mai University)

  • Prof Pradit Terdtoon (Chiang Mai University)

  • Dr Nat Vorayos (Chiang Mai University)

  • A/Prof Suttichai Premrudeepreechachan (Chiang Mai University)

  • Dr Anucha Promwangkwa (Chiang Mai University)

  • Dr Somchai Pattana (Chiang Mai University)

  • Dr Chutchawan Chaichana (Chiang Mai University)

  • Mr Wongkot Wongsapai (Chiang Mai University)

  • Dr Pruk Aggarangsi (Chiang Mai University)

  • A/Prof Yuttana Kumsuwan (Chiang Mai University)

  • Dr Korrakot Yaibuathet Tippayawong ( Chiang Mai University)

  • Dr Pimluck Kijjanapanich (Chiang Mai University)

  • Dr Kanchit Ngamsanroaj (Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand)

  • Dr Atipoang Nuntaphan (Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand)

  • Dr Tawarath Sutabutr (Ministry of Energy)

UK:

  • Prof Yuying Yan (Nottingham University)

  • Prof Muhammad Pourkashanian (University of Sheffield)

  • Prof Mamdud Hossain (Robert Gordon University)

USA:

  • Prof Alexander Smits (Princeton University)

  • Prof Sirivatch Shimpalee (University of South Carolina)

  • Prof Ramesh Agarwal (Washington University)


Keynote Speakers

Prof Kaori Nagai
Nihon University, Japan

Prof Yingai Jin
Jilin University, China

Prof Reza Jazar
RMIT University, Australia

Prof Santanu Bandyopadhyay
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, India

Prof Arnab Roy
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur, India

Dr Viacheslav Nichugovskii
Rosatom Technical Academy, Russia

Prof Nakorn Tippayawong
Chiang Mai University, Thailand

Prof Yuying Yan
Nottingham University, UK

Prof Jacob Muthu
University of Regina, Canada

Prof Kazuo Matsuura
Ehime University, Japan

Prof Mohamed H. M. Hassan
Alexandria University, Egypt

Mr Ilia Filipev
University of Wollongong, Australia

Prof Muhammad Mustafizur Rahman
Wichita State University, USA

Dr Nawshad Haque
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia

A/Prof Dr Aziz Rahman
Texas A&M University, Qatar

Prof Mamdud Hossain
Robert Gordon University, UK

Prof. Ataur Rahman
International Islamic University, Malaysia

Mohammad Shawkat Akbar
Nuclear Power Plant Company Bangladesh Limited, Bangladesh

Prof Raj Das
RMIT University, Australia

Prof Badrul Imam
Dhaka University, Bangladesh

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