Profile of Dr. Md. Wahadoszamen

... Name Dr. Md. Wahadoszamen
Designation Professor
Last Degree PhD
   

a. BSc in Physics, April 1999, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

b. MSc in Physics, December 2000, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

c. PhD in Material Science, March 2006, Hokkaido University, Japan. 

 

(a) University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, from May 25, 2016, Professor in the Department of Physics.

(b) Carnegie Mellon University, USA, from June – July 2016, Short Term Visiting Scholar in the Department of Chemistry.

(c) VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from January 2012 to date, Guest Researcher in the Department of Biophysics.

(d) University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, from July 2013 to May 24, 2016, Associate Professor in the Department of Physics.

(e) University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, from December 2007 to July 2013, Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics.

(f) VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from December 2009 to December 2011, Postdoctoral Scientist in the Department of Biophysics.

(g) University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, from December, 2006 to November, 2007, Lecturer in the Department of Physics.

(h) University of Tsukuba, Japan, from April, 2006 to December, 2006, Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry.

(i) BRAC University, Dhaka, Bangladesh, from October, 2001 to September, 2002, Teaching Assistant & Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.

 

(25) Christian M. Legaspi, Regan E. Stubbs, Md. Wahadoszamen, David J. Yaron, Linda A. Peteanu, Abraham Kemboi, Eric Fossum, Yongli Lu, Qi Zheng, and Lewis J. Rothberg

"Rigidity and Polarity Effects on the Electronic Properties of Two Deep Blue Delayed Fluorescence Emitters"

The Journal of Physical Chemistry  C,  122, 11961−11972 (2018)

(24) Michal Gwizdala,* Tjaart P. J. Krüger,  Md. Wahadoszamen, J. Michael Gruber,

and Rienk van Grondelle.

"Phycocyanin: One Complex, Two States, Two Functions"

The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters  9, 1365-1371 (2018).

(23) Md. Wahadoszamen*, Erica Belgio, Md. Ashiqur Rahman, Anjue Mane Ara, Alexander V. Ruban, Rienk van Grondelle.

“Identification and Characterization of Multiple Emissive Species in Aggregated Minor Antenna Complexes”

Biochemica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) – Bioenergetics 1857, 1917-1924  (2016).

(22) Vladimir I. Novoderezhkin, Roberta Croce, Md. Wahadoszamen, Iryna Polukhina, Elisabet Romero, and Rienk van Grondelle.

“Mixing of exciton and charge-transfer states in light-harvesting complex Lhca4”

Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 18, 19368--19377 (2016).

(21) Md. Wahadoszamen*, Sandrine D'Haene, Anjue Mane Ara, Elisabet Romero, Jan P. Dekker, Rienk van Grondelle, and Rudi Berera*.

“Identification of Common Motifs in the Regulation of Light Harvesting: the case of Cyanobacteria IsiA”

Biochemica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) – Bioenergetics 1847, 486-492 (2015).

(20) Md. Wahadoszamen*, Arifur Rahaman*, Nabil Md. Rakinul Hoque, Aminul I Talukder, Kazi Monowar Abedin and A. F. M. Yusuf Haider.

“Laser Raman spectroscopy with different excitation sources and extension to Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy”

Journal of Spectroscopy   http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/895317.

(19) Md. Wahadoszamen, Iris Margalit, Anjue Mane Ara, Rienk van Grondelle, and Dror Noy.

“The role of charge-transfer states in energy transfer and dissipation within natural and artificial bacteriochlorophyll-proteins”

Nature Communications (2014) DOI: 10.1038/ncomms6287.

(18) Md. Wahadoszamen* Artur Ghazaryan, Hande E. Cingil, Anjue Mane Ara, Claudia Büchel, Rienk van Grondelle, and Rudi Berera*

“Stark fluorescence spectroscopy reveals two emitting sites in the dissipative state of FCP antenna”

Biochemica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) – Bioenergetics  1837, 193-200 (2014).

(17) Md. Wahadoszamen* Rudi Berera, Anjue Mane Ara, Elisabet Romero and

Rienk van Grondelle*

“Identification of two emitting sites in the dissipative state of the major light harvesting antenna”

Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 14, 759–766 (2012).

(16) A. I. Talukder, P. Sultana, AFMY Haider, M. Wahadoszamen, KM Abedin and SFU Farhad.

“Power dependence of size of laser ablated colloidal silver nanoparticles”

European Physical Journal D  60,  295-300 (2010).

(15) M. E. Sadat, A.F.M.Y Haider, K. M. Abedin, M. Wahadoszamen, A. I. Talukder. “Semiquantitative determination of chromium content of river bed soil of Buriganga River at different locations”

Journal of the Bangladesh Academy of Sciences 34, 123-131 ( 2010).

(14) A.F.M.Y Haider, M. Wahadoszamen, M. E. Sadat, K. M. Abedin, A. I. Talukder.

“Elemental profiling and determination of Ti content of the beach sand samples of Bangladesh using LIBS technique”

Optics & Laser Technology 42,  969-974 (2010).

(13) M. F. Ahmed, K. M. Abedin, M. E. Sadat, A. I. Talukder, M. Wahadoszamen and A.F.M.Y Haider.“Elemental Profiling of Surface Water around Dhaka City by Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy”

Journal of the Bangladesh Academy of Sciences 33, 209-218 ( 2009).

(12) Md. Wahadoszamen, Takashi Yamamura, Atsuya Momotake, Yoshinobu Nishimura, and Tatsuo Arai.

 “High Binding Affinity of DABCO with Porphyrin in a Porphyrin-cis-Stilbene-Porphyrin Triad”

Heterocycles, 79, 331-337 (2009).

(11) Takamitsu Fukuda, Satoshi Masuda, Md. Wahadoszamen, Nobuhiro Ohta and Nagao Kobayashi.

“Electroabsorption Spectra of Directly Linked Tribenzotetraazachlorin-Fullerene Conjugates Having Either Electron Donating or Withdrawing Substituents in a Polymer Film”

Dalton Transactions, Number 31, 6089–6091 (2009).

(10) Kazi  M. Abedin, M. Ahasan Habib, M. Wahadoszamen, Aminul I. Talukder, and A. F. M. Y. Haider.

 “Construction of Laser Raman System using diode lasers and its performance”

 Journal of the Bangladesh Academy of Sciences, 33, 55-62 (2009).

 (9)  Md. Wahadoszamen, Tatsuo Hamada, Toshifumi Iimori, Takakazu Nakabayashi, and Nobuhiro Ohta,

 “External Electric Field Effects on the Absorption, Fluorescence, and Phosphorescence Spectra of Diphenylpolyynes in a PMMA Film”

Journal of Physical Chemistry, A, 111, 9544-9552 (2007).

(8) Yousuke Miura, Atsuya Momotake, Yoshihiro Shinohara, Md. Wahadoszamen, Yoshinobu Nishimura, and Tatsuo Arai.

“Intramolecular Energy Transfer and Photoisomerization of Stilbene Dendrimer bearing Benzophenone as the Surrounding Dendron Group”

Tetrahedron Letters, 48, 639-641 (2007).

(7)  Junpei Hayakawa, Masashi Ikegami, Takuo Mizutani, Md. Wahadoszamen, Atsuya Momotake, Yoshinobu Nishimura, and Tatsuo Arai.

“Solvent Effect on the Photochemical Properties of Symmetrically Substituted Trans-3,3’,5,5’-Tetramethoxystilbene”

Journal of Physical Chemistry, A. 110, 12566-12571 (2006).

(6) Md. Wahadoszamen, Takakazu Nakabayashi, Soonchul Kang, Hiroshi Imahori and Nobuhiro Ohta. “External Electric Field Effects on Absorption and Fluorescence Spectra of a Fullerene Derivative and Its Mixture with Zinc-Tetraphenylporphyrin Doped in a PMMA Film”

Journal of Physical Chemistry, B. 110, 20354-20361 (2006).

(5) Md. Wahadoszamen, Takakazu Nakabayashi, and Nobuhiro Ohta.

“External Electric Field Effects on Emission of a Mixture of Tetraphenylporphyrin and Fullerene in a Polymer Film”

 Journal of the Chinese Chemical Society, 53, 85-92 (2006).

(4) Md. Wahadoszamen, Takakazu Nakabayashi, and Nobuhiro Ohta.

“Electroabsorption Spectra of a Complex Formed between Tetraphenyl–porphyrin and Fullerene in a Polymer Film”

 Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, 178, 177-184 (2006).

(3) Takakazu Nakabayashi, Md. Wahadoszamen and Nobuhiro Ohta.

“External Electric Field Effects on State Energy and Photoexcitation Dynamics of Diphenylpolyenes”

Journal of the American Chemical Society, 127, 7041-7052 (2005).

(2) Md. Wahadoszamen, Takakazu Nakabayashi, and Nobuhiro Ohta.

“Electric Field Effects on Photoisomerization Process of Diphenylpolyenes Doped in a Polymer Film as Revealed by a Field-Induced Change in Fluorescence Spectrum”

 Chemical Physics Letters, 387, 124-129 (2004).

(1) K. M. Abedin, M. Wahadoszamen and A. F. M. Y. Haider.

“Measurement of In–Plane Motions and Rotations using a Simple Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometer”

Optics & Laser Technology, 34, 293-298 (2002).

 

 

Persisting Research Collaborators

  1. Dr. Rienk van Grondelle, VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  2. Dr. Jan P. Dekker, VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  3. Dr. Roberta Croce, VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  4. Dr. Rudi Berara, Osaka City University, Japan.
  5. Dr. Dror Noy, Migal-Galilee Research Institute, Israel.
  6. Dr. Claudia Büchel, Gothe University Frankfurt, Germany.
  7. Dr. Vladimir Novoderezhkin, Moscow State University, Russia.
  8. Dr. Alexander V. Ruban, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom.
  9. Dr. Linda A Peteanu, Carnegie Mellon University, USA.
  10. Dr. Hideki Hashimoto, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan.
  11. Dr. Tjaart P. J. Kruger, University of Pretoria, South Africa.
  12. Michal Gwizdala, University of Pretoria, South Africa.
  13.  Jakub Pšenčík, Charles University,Czech Republic.

 

 

  1. Quantum Mechanics for third grade undergraduate student (being taught now).
  2. Advanced Laser Physics (I am teaching this course over last six consecutive years for MS students in the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh)
  3. Waves and Optics (I taught this course for three years for 2nd Year Honors Level students of the Department of Physics, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh).
  4. Basic Science in English (for 2nd grade undergraduate students in the University of Tsukuba, Japan)

 

Visitorship Grant for one year awarded from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) (Dossiernr: 040.11.115, Correspondentienr: 2009/05789/BOO).

 

 

a. Stark Spectroscopy and Single Molecule Spectroscopy on (Natural/Engineered/Artificial) Photosynthetic Pigment-Protein Complexes

Natural photosynthesis has been a huge source of inspiration over many years towards designing bio-inspired artificial devices for solar energy conversion and storage. In reality, achieving precise control on pigment organization and pigment-pigment/pigment-protein interactions are the primary challenges in the design of artificial analogs of light-harvesting pigment-protein complexes. To this end, precise mapping of the electronic structures and excited state dynamics of the natural, engineered photosynthetic antennas and artificial analogs may be a good source of inspiration for designing and developing more complex and efficient next generation natural /artificial solar energy conversion systems. Creation of artificial photosynthetic systems could meet the ever-increasing demand for cheap, environmentally clean energy for the generation to come. I, with the auspices of my collaborators, am applying Stark Spectroscopy and Single Molecule Spectroscopy on (Natural/Engineered/Artificial) Photosynthetic Pigment-Protein Complexes potential for bio-hybrid systems for solar energy conversion with a view to applications such as photovoltaics, solar fuel synthesis, bio-sensing and molecular scale electronics.  

b. Stark Spectroscopy on Organic Conjugated Polymers and Novel Photoactive Donor-Acceptor Complexes potential for Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLED) and Photovoltaics 

c. Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)

d. Laser Raman Spectroscopy, Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS)

e. Laser based Fabrication of Nano-Composites/ Clusters  and their Characterizations

 

  1. Quantum Mechanics for third grade undergraduate student (being taught now).
  2. Advanced Laser Physics (I am teaching this course over last six consecutive years for MS students in the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh)
  3. Waves and Optics (I taught this course for three years for 2nd Year Honors Level students of the Department of Physics, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh).
  4. Basic Science in English (for 2nd grade undergraduate students in the University of Tsukuba, Japan)

Present Positions

Professor, Department of Physics, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.  

&

Researcher and the Member of Co-ordination Committee, Nonlinear Optics and Laser Spectroscopy Laboratory, Center for Advanced Research in Sciences, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

&

Gust Researcher, Section of Biophysics, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Faculty of Science, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

 

Official Address   

Department of Physics, University of Dhaka, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh. 

Phone: +880-172-62-62-562  Fax: +880-2-8615583 

Email: wahado.phy@du.ac.bd  or  m.d.wahadoszamen@vu.nl

 

Education

a. BSc in Physics, April 1999, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

b. MSc in Physics, December 2000, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

c. PhD in Material Science, March 2006, Hokkaido University, Japan. 

 

Employments

(a) University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, from May 25, 2016, Professor in the Department of Physics.

(b) Carnegie Mellon University, USA, from June – July 2016, Short Term Visiting Scholar in the Department of Chemistry.

(c) VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from January 2012 to date, Guest Researcher in the Department of Biophysics.

(d) University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, from July 2013 to May 24, 2016, Associate Professor in the Department of Physics.

(e) University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, from December 2007 to July 2013, Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics.

(f) VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from December 2009 to December 2011, Postdoctoral Scientist in the Department of Biophysics.

(g) University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, from December, 2006 to November, 2007, Lecturer in the Department of Physics.

(h) University of Tsukuba, Japan, from April, 2006 to December, 2006, Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry.

(i) BRAC University, Dhaka, Bangladesh, from October, 2001 to September, 2002, Teaching Assistant & Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.

 

Major Area of Research

a. Stark Spectroscopy and Single Molecule Spectroscopy on (Natural/Engineered/Artificial) Photosynthetic Pigment-Protein Complexes

Natural photosynthesis has been a huge source of inspiration over many years towards designing bio-inspired artificial devices for solar energy conversion and storage. In reality, achieving precise control on pigment organization and pigment-pigment/pigment-protein interactions are the primary challenges in the design of artificial analogs of light-harvesting pigment-protein complexes. To this end, precise mapping of the electronic structures and excited state dynamics of the natural, engineered photosynthetic antennas and artificial analogs may be a good source of inspiration for designing and developing more complex and efficient next generation natural /artificial solar energy conversion systems. Creation of artificial photosynthetic systems could meet the ever-increasing demand for cheap, environmentally clean energy for the generation to come. I, with the auspices of my collaborators, am applying Stark Spectroscopy and Single Molecule Spectroscopy on (Natural/Engineered/Artificial) Photosynthetic Pigment-Protein Complexes potential for bio-hybrid systems for solar energy conversion with a view to applications such as photovoltaics, solar fuel synthesis, bio-sensing and molecular scale electronics.  

b. Stark Spectroscopy on Organic Conjugated Polymers and Novel Photoactive Donor-Acceptor Complexes potential for Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLED) and Photovoltaics 

c. Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)

d. Laser Raman Spectroscopy, Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS)

e. Laser based Fabrication of Nano-Composites/ Clusters  and their Characterizations

 

Publications

(25) Christian M. Legaspi, Regan E. Stubbs, Md. Wahadoszamen, David J. Yaron, Linda A. Peteanu, Abraham Kemboi, Eric Fossum, Yongli Lu, Qi Zheng, and Lewis J. Rothberg

"Rigidity and Polarity Effects on the Electronic Properties of Two Deep Blue Delayed Fluorescence Emitters"

The Journal of Physical Chemistry  C,  122, 11961−11972 (2018)

(24) Michal Gwizdala,* Tjaart P. J. Krüger,  Md. Wahadoszamen, J. Michael Gruber,

and Rienk van Grondelle.

"Phycocyanin: One Complex, Two States, Two Functions"

The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters  9, 1365-1371 (2018).

(23) Md. Wahadoszamen*, Erica Belgio, Md. Ashiqur Rahman, Anjue Mane Ara, Alexander V. Ruban, Rienk van Grondelle.

“Identification and Characterization of Multiple Emissive Species in Aggregated Minor Antenna Complexes”

Biochemica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) – Bioenergetics 1857, 1917-1924  (2016).

(22) Vladimir I. Novoderezhkin, Roberta Croce, Md. Wahadoszamen, Iryna Polukhina, Elisabet Romero, and Rienk van Grondelle.

“Mixing of exciton and charge-transfer states in light-harvesting complex Lhca4”

Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 18, 19368--19377 (2016).

(21) Md. Wahadoszamen*, Sandrine D'Haene, Anjue Mane Ara, Elisabet Romero, Jan P. Dekker, Rienk van Grondelle, and Rudi Berera*.

“Identification of Common Motifs in the Regulation of Light Harvesting: the case of Cyanobacteria IsiA”

Biochemica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) – Bioenergetics 1847, 486-492 (2015).

(20) Md. Wahadoszamen*, Arifur Rahaman*, Nabil Md. Rakinul Hoque, Aminul I Talukder, Kazi Monowar Abedin and A. F. M. Yusuf Haider.

“Laser Raman spectroscopy with different excitation sources and extension to Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy”

Journal of Spectroscopy   http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/895317.

(19) Md. Wahadoszamen, Iris Margalit, Anjue Mane Ara, Rienk van Grondelle, and Dror Noy.

“The role of charge-transfer states in energy transfer and dissipation within natural and artificial bacteriochlorophyll-proteins”

Nature Communications (2014) DOI: 10.1038/ncomms6287.

(18) Md. Wahadoszamen* Artur Ghazaryan, Hande E. Cingil, Anjue Mane Ara, Claudia Büchel, Rienk van Grondelle, and Rudi Berera*

“Stark fluorescence spectroscopy reveals two emitting sites in the dissipative state of FCP antenna”

Biochemica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) – Bioenergetics  1837, 193-200 (2014).

(17) Md. Wahadoszamen* Rudi Berera, Anjue Mane Ara, Elisabet Romero and

Rienk van Grondelle*

“Identification of two emitting sites in the dissipative state of the major light harvesting antenna”

Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 14, 759–766 (2012).

(16) A. I. Talukder, P. Sultana, AFMY Haider, M. Wahadoszamen, KM Abedin and SFU Farhad.

“Power dependence of size of laser ablated colloidal silver nanoparticles”

European Physical Journal D  60,  295-300 (2010).

(15) M. E. Sadat, A.F.M.Y Haider, K. M. Abedin, M. Wahadoszamen, A. I. Talukder. “Semiquantitative determination of chromium content of river bed soil of Buriganga River at different locations”

Journal of the Bangladesh Academy of Sciences 34, 123-131 ( 2010).

(14) A.F.M.Y Haider, M. Wahadoszamen, M. E. Sadat, K. M. Abedin, A. I. Talukder.

“Elemental profiling and determination of Ti content of the beach sand samples of Bangladesh using LIBS technique”

Optics & Laser Technology 42,  969-974 (2010).

(13) M. F. Ahmed, K. M. Abedin, M. E. Sadat, A. I. Talukder, M. Wahadoszamen and A.F.M.Y Haider.“Elemental Profiling of Surface Water around Dhaka City by Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy”

Jounal of the Bangladesh Academy of Sciences 33, 209-218 ( 2009).

(12) Md. Wahadoszamen, Takashi Yamamura, Atsuya Momotake, Yoshinobu Nishimura, and Tatsuo Arai.

 “High Binding Affinity of DABCO with Porphyrin in a Porphyrin-cis-Stilbene-Porphyrin Triad”

Heterocycles, 79, 331-337 (2009).

(11) Takamitsu Fukuda, Satoshi Masuda, Md. Wahadoszamen, Nobuhiro Ohta and Nagao Kobayashi.

“Electroabsorption Spectra of Directly Linked Tribenzotetraazachlorin-Fullerene Conjugates Having Either Electron Donating or Withdrawing Substituents in a Polymer Film”

Dalton Transactions, Number 31, 6089–6091 (2009).

(10) Kazi  M. Abedin, M. Ahasan Habib, M. Wahadoszamen, Aminul I. Talukder, and A. F. M. Y. Haider.

 “Construction of Laser Raman System using diode lasers and its performance”

 Journal of the Bangladesh Academy of Sciences, 33, 55-62 (2009).

 (9)  Md. Wahadoszamen, Tatsuo Hamada, Toshifumi Iimori, Takakazu Nakabayashi, and Nobuhiro Ohta,

 “External Electric Field Effects on the Absorption, Fluorescence, and Phosphorescence Spectra of Diphenylpolyynes in a PMMA Film”

Journal of Physical Chemistry, A, 111, 9544-9552 (2007).

(8) Yousuke Miura, Atsuya Momotake, Yoshihiro Shinohara, Md. Wahadoszamen, Yoshinobu Nishimura, and Tatsuo Arai.

“Intramolecular Energy Transfer and Photoisomerization of Stilbene Dendrimer bearing Benzophenone as the Surrounding Dendron Group”

Tetrahedron Letters, 48, 639-641 (2007).

(7)  Junpei Hayakawa, Masashi Ikegami, Takuo Mizutani, Md. Wahadoszamen, Atsuya Momotake, Yoshinobu Nishimura, and Tatsuo Arai.

“Solvent Effect on the Photochemical Properties of Symmetrically Substituted Trans-3,3’,5,5’-Tetramethoxystilbene”

Journal of Physical Chemistry, A. 110, 12566-12571 (2006).

(6) Md. Wahadoszamen, Takakazu Nakabayashi, Soonchul Kang, Hiroshi Imahori and Nobuhiro Ohta. “External Electric Field Effects on Absorption and Fluorescence Spectra of a Fullerene Derivative and Its Mixture with Zinc-Tetraphenylporphyrin Doped in a PMMA Film”

Journal of Physical Chemistry, B. 110, 20354-20361 (2006).

(5) Md. Wahadoszamen, Takakazu Nakabayashi, and Nobuhiro Ohta.

“External Electric Field Effects on Emission of a Mixture of Tetraphenylporphyrin and Fullerene in a Polymer Film”

 Jonrnal of the Chinese Chemical Society, 53, 85-92 (2006).

(4) Md. Wahadoszamen, Takakazu Nakabayashi, and Nobuhiro Ohta.

“Electroabsorption Spectra of a Complex Formed between Tetraphenyl–porphyrin and Fullerene in a Polymer Film”

 Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, 178, 177-184 (2006).

(3) Takakazu Nakabayashi, Md. Wahadoszamen and Nobuhiro Ohta.

“External Electric Field Effects on State Energy and Photoexcitation Dynamics of Diphenylpolyenes”

Journal of the American Chemical Society, 127, 7041-7052 (2005).

(2) Md. Wahadoszamen, Takakazu Nakabayashi, and Nobuhiro Ohta.

“Electric Field Effects on Photoisomerization Process of Diphenylpolyenes Doped in a Polymer Film as Revealed by a Field-Induced Change in Fluorescence Spectrum”

 Chemical Physics Letters, 387, 124-129 (2004).

(1) K. M. Abedin, M. Wahadoszamen and A. F. M. Y. Haider.

“Measurement of In–Plane Motions and Rotations using a Simple Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometer”

Optics & Laser Technology, 34, 293-298 (2002).

 

Awarded Grant

Visitorship Grant for one year awarded from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) (Dossiernr: 040.11.115, Correspondentienr: 2009/05789/BOO).

 

Courses have/being taught:

  1. Quantum Mechanics for third grade undergraduate student (being taught now).
  2. Advanced Laser Physics (I am teaching this course over last six consecutive years for MS students in the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh)
  3. Waves and Optics (I taught this course for three years for 2nd Year Honors Level students of the Department of Physics, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh).
  4. Basic Science in English (for 2nd grade undergraduate students in the University of Tsukuba, Japan)

 

Research Collaborators

  1. Dr. Rienk van Grondelle, VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  2. Dr. Jan P. Dekker, VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  3. Dr. Roberta Croce, VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  4. Dr. Rudi Berara, Osaka City University, Japan.
  5. Dr. Dror Noy, Migal-Galilee Research Institute, Israel.
  6. Dr. Claudia Büchel, Gothe University Frankfurt, Germany.
  7. Dr. Vladimir Novoderezhkin, Moscow State University, Russia.
  8. Dr. Alexander V. Ruban, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom.
  9. Dr. Linda A Peteanu, Carnegie Mellon University, USA.
  10. Dr. Hideki Hashimoto, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan.
  11. Dr. Tjaart P. J. Kruger, University of Pretoria, South Africa.
  12. Michal Gwizdala, University of Pretoria, South Africa.
  13.  Jakub Pšenčík, Charles University,Czech Republic.

 

Extra Curricular Activities

a. Student Advisor in the Department of Physics (from November 2015 to date), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

b. Treasurer, for two consecutive years, of Bangladesh Society Sapporo (BSS) (a nonprofit voluntary organization of Bangladeshi students staying in Sapporo, Japan.)

c. Chief Adviser of SUS, a voluntary organization (comprising of both professionals and students) founded with an objective to promote  the  education rate and social awareness for  the poor and deprived rural peoples especially women residing in the remote areas of Bogra, Bangladesh.

 

Name of the Referees   

 1. Dr.  Rienk van Grondelle

Professor, Department of Biophysics, Faculty of Science,  VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands. r.van.grondelle@vu.nl

2. Dr. A. F. M. Yusuf Haider, Professor, Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. yuhaider@gmail.com

3.  Dr. Linda A Peteanu, Professor, Department of Chemistry, Carnegie Mellon University,  Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USA. peteanu@andrew.cmu.edu