Mashrekur Rahman

Mashrekur Rahman



  • BSc in Civil Engineering, Ahsanullah University of Science & Technology, 2014
  • MSc in Water Resources Development, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology, 2016

Courses Taught

  • GEO 101

Research Interests

My current research interests include hydrological modeling, calibration of hydrological models and the application of satellite remote sensing in hydrogeology. I am also interested in dissemination of research findings and using experimental communication techniques to maximize the impact of my research.

Research Group

Dr. Grey Nearing’s Research Group

Representative Publications

Rahman M., Rahman M.M. (2018) Communicating Integrated Analysis Research Findings. In: Nicholls R., Hutton C., Adger W., Hanson S., Rahman M., Salehin M. (eds) Ecosystem Services for Well-Being in Deltas. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham,

F. F. Huq, R. Akter… M. Rahman, (2017) “Conservation planning of built heritages of Old Dhaka, Bangladesh”, Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development,

M. Rahman & G.M.T Islam (2017), Applicability of Permaculture in Water Stressed Semi-Arid Regions of Bangladesh, Water Security & Climate Change Conference (WSCC 2017), Cologne University of Applied Sciences, Cologne, Germany.

M. Rahman & M. M. Rahman (2017), Satellite Remote Sensing of Suspended SMediment Concentration in the Lower Ganges River, Water Security & Climate Change Conference (WSCC 2017), Cologne University of Applied Sciences, Cologne, Germany.

M.M. Hussain, M. Ahmed, M. Rahman, M.R. Islam, M.M. Rahman, A. Islam, A.N. Lazar & R..J. Nicholls (2017), Sustainable Aquaculture for Livelihood in South Western Coastal Zone of Bangladesh: An Integrated Conceptual Framework, 6th International Conference on Water & Flood Management (ICWFM 2017), Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology, Dhaka.

M. Rahman & G.M.T. Islam & M.M Rahman (2016), Landsat ETM+ for Assessing Temporal Variation of Suspended Sediment
Concentration in the Padma River, 7th International Conference on Water Resources and Environment Research (ICWRER 2016) Proceedings, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan.

R. Akter, M. Sakib, M. Rahman, Sumaiya, A. Haque, M.M. Rahman & M.R. Islam, (2016), Climatic and Cyclone Induced Storm Surge Impact on Salinity Intrusion Along The Bangladesh Coast, Proceedings of the 6th Int’l Conference on the Application of Physical Modeling in Coastal and Port Engineering and Science (Coastlab16), University of Ottawa, Canada.

R. Akter, Sumaiya, M. Rahman, A. Haque & M.M. Rahman, (2016), Prediction of Salinity Intrusion Due to Sea Level Rise and Reduced Upstream Flow in the GBM Delta, Proceedings of the 20th Congress of the Asia Pacific Division of the International Association for Hydro Environment Engineering and Research (IAHR APD 2016), Colombo, Sri Lanka.

N. Husna, S.H. Bari….M. Rahman, (2016), Ground water level prediction using artificial neural network, International Journal of Hydrology Science and Technology 6(4):371-381, DOI: 10.1504/IJHST.2016.07934456.

Curriculum Vitae

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