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ABOUT IWFM

Bangladesh is predominantly a floodplain country where water is key to socio-economic development and sustainability of the eco-system. Flood, drought, cyclone, river erosion, siltation, and water scarcity in dry season have made water management a challenging task. The gradual degradation of the environment due to human interventions is adding further complexities to water management.

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Highlight of DECCMA Achievement

HIGHLIGHTS

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ACADEMIC INFORMATION

The Institute offers post graduate degrees for the professionals and fresh graduates.

Professional Services

Prof Dr Mohammad Rezaur Rahman

Member of the Steering Committee, Himalayan University Consortium (HUC)

January 2020 – Present

Member of the academic rules, regulations and syllabus preparation committee, and the Institute of Water and Environment, Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology (DUET), Gazipur, Bangladesh

September 21, 2019 – Present

Member of the Joint Technical Committee (JTC) for conducting the Feasibility Study of the Ganges-Padma Barrage Project with Alternate Option Analysis for Optimum Utilization of the Water received under the provisions of Ganges Water Sharing Treaty, 1996, Ministry of Water Resources, Government of Bangladesh

October 15, 2019 – Present

Expert member, Syllabus Committee, Department of Coastal Studies and Disaster Management, University of Barisal

December 10, 2019 – Present

Prof Dr Md Munsur Rahman

Member of the Executive Committee, Faculty of Disaster Management, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Bangladesh

2018- present

Member of the Editorial Board, Progress in Disaster Science, Journal Elsevier

2017- present

Focal point, Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100

Expert member, Panel of Selection Board, Department of Civil Engineering, RUET

2012- present

Prof Dr Mashfiqus Salehin

Member of the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) for the project titled as ‘Support to the Implementation of the Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100’, General Economic Division (GED), Bangladesh Planning Commission

March 2020 – Present

Member, Ministerial Committee of the Focal Points, Bangladesh Delta Plan, General Economic Division (GED), Bangladesh Planning Commission, Planning Commission.

2016

Member, Bangladesh National Committee of ICID (BANCID), Ministry of Water Resources

July 2020 to date

Member of the committee for preparing the master plan regarding the contamination prevention and increasing navigability of several rivers around Dhaka along with the Kanaphuli river, Chattogram (Prime Minister’s Office)

2018 to date

Member of the Technical Committee for Water Valuation, Prime Minister’s Office

2019

Member of the committee for ensuring the optimal use of water received under the Ganges water-sharing treaty (Joint River Commission, Ministry of Water Resources)

2018 to date

Member, Panel of Experts, Sustainable Development Goal 6, Prime Minister’s Office

2016

Member, Bangladesh Team, Water Resources Secretary Level Meeting between Bangladesh and India, Ministry of Water Resources.

August, 2019

Member of the Joint Technical Committee (JTC) for conducting the Feasibility Study of the Ganges-Padma Barrage Project with Alternate Option Analysis for Optimum Utilization of the Water received under the provisions of Ganges Water Sharing Treaty, 1996, Ministry of Water Resources, Government of Bangladesh

2019 to date

Member, Committee for preparing ‘Flood Forecasting and Warning’ as a part of enhancing Bangladesh-India Cooperation, Ministry of Water Resources

2019 to date

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NOTABLE ALUMNI

Dr Sayed Mohammed Nazim Uddin

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE; HEAD OF SCIENCE AND MATH; ASIAN UNIVERSITY FOR WOMEN

suddin@uvic.ca / sayed.uddin@auw.edu.bd

+880 172 113 0505 / +1 778 587 8120

Duration: 2009-2012

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Professor Sayed Mohammed Nazim Uddin’s research interests include wastewater/greywater treatment and management; Global Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) and Health; solid waste management; sustainable sanitation; resource and energy recovery; community-based research; social innovation and water resources management; and disaster/hazard risk reduction.

Education: P.D.F. in Geography, University of Victoria, Canada | Ph.D. in Environmental Science & Engineering, University of Science and Technology Beijing, China. | M.Sc. in Environmental Studies, Nagoya University, Japan | NUGELP Certificate in Water and Waste Management, Nagoya University Global Environmental Leaders Program, Japan | M.Sc. in Water Resources Development, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh | Int. Diploma in Community Development, Asian Social Institute, Philippines | Int. Course in Environmental Accounting and Management, Beijing Normal University, China | B.Sc. (First Class Honors) in Environmental Sciences, National University, Bangladesh

Dr. Animesh Kumar Gain

again@mit.edu

Not Available

Duration: 2010-2020

Website

Environmental Policy and Planning Group (EPP), Department of Urban Studies and Planning (DUSP), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) 77 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA

Dr. Gain has research interest in the broad field of social ecological systems, coastal management, water resources management and climate change adaptation. Specifically Dr. Gain contributed to the assessment of flood and water scarcity risks integrating both hydrological and socio-economic factors. In addition, he published several articles in the field of Vulnerability Assessment, Integrated Water Resources Management, Water-Energy-Food (WEF) Security Nexus and Climate Change Adaptation.

Dr. Ali Mohammad Rezaie

Assistant Professor, University of Asia Pacific, Dhaka, Bangladesh

arezaie@uap-bd.edu

Not Available

Duration: 2015-2019

Website

Ph.D. in Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, George Mason University, USA, 2020 | M.Sc. in Water Resource Development, IWFM, BUET, Bangladesh, 2015 | B.Sc. in Water Resources Engineering, BUET, Bangladesh, 2012

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