- PhD, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Calgary, AB, Canada---2016
Specialization: Applied Mathematics.
Thesis: The inﬂuence of diﬀusion strategies on the competition of two spatially distributed populations in
heterogeneous environment.
- MS, Department of Mathematics, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh---2006
Specialization: Applied Mathematics.
Thesis: Unsteady natural convection ﬂow along horizontal circular and elliptic cylinders with Oscillating
surface temperature.
- B. Sc. (Honours), Department of Mathematics, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh---2004
Project: On Theory and Applications of Greens Function.
Teaching and Research Experience
- Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Dhaka, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh, March 2018-Onwards.
- Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Dhaka, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh, August 2016-March 2018.
- Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, University of Dhaka, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh, February 2007-August 2016.
- Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Calgary, AB, Canada, September 2010–April 2014.
- Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Calgary, AB, Canada, September 2010–February 2016.
Submitted Papers:
- Asif Ahmed & M. Kamrujjaman (2018): Theoretical and Numerical Analysis of Travelling Wave Solutions of Fisher’s Equation via Explicit-Implicit FDM, GANIT: J. Bangladesh Mathematical Society
- Md. Mahfuzur Rahman, M.Sc; Cherri Zhang; M. Kamrujjaman; Papia Sultana; Md. Mizanur Rahman (2018): Disease-specic out-of-pocket healthcare expenditure in Bangladesh: a Bayesian analysis, Journal Applied Health Economics and Health Policy.
- M. Kamrujjaman (2017): Directed vs Regular diffusion strategy: Competition-cooperation and an
ideal free pair, Dynamics of Partial Differential Equations.
Publications:
- M. Kamrujjaman (2018): Weak Competition and Ideally Distributed Populations in a Cooperative Diﬀusive Model with Crowding Eﬀects, Physical Science International Journal, 18(4), 1–16.
- M. Kamrujjaman (2018): Directed Dynamics Model: A Comparative Study with Global Analysis, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Europe, ISBN (978-613-9-84152-3), Project-ID (176733).
- M. Kamrujjaman & M. S. Hossain (2018): Development of a competition model for Streptococcus mutans and Streptococcus sanguis in mixed culture: A mathematical analysis, Journal of Advances in Microbiology, 11(1), 1–12.
- M. Kamrujjaman & Kamrun Nahar Keya (2018): Global Analysis of a Directed Dynamics Competition Model, J. Advances in Mathematics and Computer Science, 27(2), 1–14.
- M. Kamrujjaman & Ashraﬁ Meher Niger (2017): Stability Analysis of a Nonlinear System with Diﬀerent Growth Functions, GANIT: J. Bangladesh Mathematical Society, 37, 111–119.
- M. Kamrujjaman (2017): Dispersal Dynamics: Competitive Symbiotic and Predator-Prey Interactions, J. Advanced Mathematics and Applications, 6, 7–17.
- M. Kamrujjaman, M. A. Hossain & Jahrul Alam (2016): Mixed convection ﬂow along a horizontal circular cylinder with small amplitude oscillation in surface temperature and free stream, Mechanical Engineering Research, 6(2), 34–47.
- E. Braverman & M. Kamrujjaman (2016): Lotka systems with directed dispersal dynamics: Competition and inﬂuence of diﬀusion strategies, Math. Biosci., 279, 1–12.
- E. Braverman & M. Kamrujjaman (2016): Competitive–cooperative models with various diﬀusion strategies, Comp. Math. with Appl., 72, 653–662.
- E. Braverman, M. Kamrujjaman & L. Korobenko (2015): Competitive spatially distributed population dynamics models: does diversity in diﬀusion strategies promote coexistence? Math. Biosci., 264, 63–73.
- L. Korobenko, M. Kamrujjaman & E. Braverman (2013): Persistence and extinction in spatial models with a carrying capacity driven diﬀusion and harvesting, J. Math. Anal. Appl., 399,352–368.
- Mohammad Riazuddin Molla, M. Kamrujjaman & Mahmud-Ul-Hasan (2011): Comparison of positive solutions for two boundary value problems arising in the boundary layer ﬂow, Dhaka Univ. J. Sci., 59(2),161–172.
- M. Kamrujjaman & M. A. Hossain (2010): Eﬀect of ﬂuctuating surface temperature on natural convection ﬂow over cylinders of elliptic cross section, The Open Tran. Phen. Jour., 2,35–47.
- M. Kamrujjaman, Mohammad Riazuddin Molla & Mahmud-Ul-Hasan (2010): Numerical approximations of Blasius boundary layer equation, Dhaka Univ. J. Sci., 59(1),1–4.
- Sidhartha Bhowmick, M. Kamrujjaman & M.Z.I. Khan (2010, December): Two-dimensional unsteady boundary layer on mixed convection ﬂow along a semi-inﬁnite symmetric wedge, Dhaka Univ. J. Sci., 59(1),1–8.
- M. Z. I. Khan, S. Sultana & M. Kamrujjaman (2010, December): Coupling of conduction with laminar natural convection ﬂow from a vertical ﬂat plate, Dhaka Univ. J. Sci., 58(2),225–231.
- M. A. Hossain, M. Kamrujjaman & R. S. R. Gorla (2009): Fluctuating free convection ﬂow along heated horizontal circular cylinders, Int. J. Fluid Mech. Res., 36(2),207–230.
- M. Kamrujjaman & M. A. Hossain (2005): Oscillating free convection ﬂow along a heated horizontal circular cylinder, Proc. Int. Conf. App. Math. & Math. Phy.-2005, 189–204, January 04-07, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh.
- M. Kamrujjaman (2017): MATH LAB III, MATHEMATICA & FORTRAN, Titas publications, Bangladesh, Published in March-2017.
- M. Kamrujjaman (2017): MATH LAB-PRACTICAL, MATHEMATICA & FORTRAN, Titas publications, Bangladesh, Published in January-2017.
- M. Kamrujjaman (2016): MATH LAB II, FORTRAN, Titas publications, Bangladesh, Published in October-2016, ISBN-984-70268-0003-8.
- M. Kamrujjaman (2009): FLUID DYNAMICS, Titas publications, Bangladesh, Published in January-2009, ISBN-984-70268-0010-5.
- M. Kamrujjaman (2008): MATHEMATICA Including Theory and Lab-I, Titas publications, Bangladesh, Published in January-2008, ISBN-984-70268-0003-7.
Currently Teaching (2017-2018):
- MTH-205: Numerical Analysis I
Previous Courses:
- Discrete Mathematics
- Linear Algebra I
- Ordinary Differential Equations
- Multivariate Calculus II
- Analytic Geometry
- Numerical Methods
- Fluid Dynamics
The interested areas of research are as follows
- Mathematical modeling in population Biology
- Analysis of Partial Diﬀerential Equations
- Discrete & Continuous Dynamical System
- Biomedical Applications of Mathematics
- Computational ﬂuid Dynamics
Currently Teaching (2017-2018):
- MTH-205: Numerical Analysis I
Previous Courses:
- Discrete Mathematics
- Linear Algebra I
- Ordinary Differential Equations
- Multivariate Calculus II
- Analytic Geometry
- Numerical Methods
- Fluid Dynamics