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AHSANULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Department of

Electrical & Electronic Engineering




Mr. Md. Ariful Islam



Designation: Assistant Professor

Email: ariful.islam.eee@aust.edu

Phone:

Office Extension: 613

Room No: 422



Research Interests

  • Load Power curve in distribution.
  • Battery power management of PEV.

Educational Background

  • Masters in Engineering (MEngg) (Energy) Asian Institute of Technology
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) (Power) Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology

Honors and Achievements

  • DAAD scholarship , Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay) , 2017
  • Asian Development Bank-Japanese Scholarship Program (ADB-JSP) scholarship , Asian Institute of Technology , 2017
  • Dean’s List of Honor for undergraduate studies at AUST , Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology , 2014
  • AUST merit Scholarship , Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology , 2010

Publications

  • Performance analysis of PI and ANFIS controller in terms of PEV battery charging and discharging strategies in Smart Grid , Process Integr. Optim. Sustain., by Springer , 2020
  • Duck Curve Problem Formulation and Solving Strategies by Utilizing PVr , PEVs , Load Shifting and ANFIS for Greening Bangladesh , International Energy Journal (IEJ) , 2019
  • Duck Curve Problem Solving Strategies with Neuro-Fuzzy Control Method by Using Solar PV, PEVs and Demand Response , 2019
  • Performance Analysis of LTE in Rich Multipath and rural Environments for Wireless Communication in Smart Grid , International Conference on Energy, Environment and Climate Change , 2018
  • Performance Analysis of LTE in Rural Environments Considering the Combined Effect of Different Download Scheduling Schemes and Transmission Modes , 2015
  • Performance Analysis of LTE Considering the Combined Effect of Different Download Scheduling Schemes and Transmission Modes , 2013
  • Performance Analysis of LTE in Rich Multipath Environments Considering the Combined Effect of Different Download Scheduling Schemes and Transmission Modes , 2013