Profile of Dr. M. Nuruzzaman Khan

Profile of Dr. M. Nuruzzaman Khan

Dr. M. Nuruzzaman Khan
Associate Professor
Department of Applied Chemistry & Chemical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering and Technology
Email: mnuruzzaman.khan@du.ac.bd
Phone: +880-2-9661920-70/7403
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Short Biography:

Dr. M. Nuruzzaman Khan is an Associate Professor of Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at the University of Dhaka. He achieved his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Applied Chemistry from the same University. Dr. Khan obtained his Ph.D. degree in Chemistry from Heidelberg University, Germany in 2014 with prestigious DAAD scholarship.

Dr. Khan has extensive work experience as an academician. He teaches Physical chemistry, Polymer science and biomaterials, Nanotechnology, Energy at University. He had worked as a principle and associate investigator in several research projects funded by TWAS-COMSTECH (www.twas.org), ISESCO (www.isesco.org.ma), OPCW, Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), Ministry of Education (MOE) and University Grant Commission (UGC), Bangladesh.

Dr. Khan was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship to conduct research on nano-biomaterials in Japan under Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) program. He was awarded highly prestigious DAAD scholarship (Germany), JSPS (Japan), Lindau Noble Laureate scholar (Germany) and Dr. Sophie Bernthsne Foundation Germany Best Doctoral Researcher Award (2013) for the extensive research work in Surface and Materials Sciences. He is author/co-authors of over 26 research articles in reputed and high impact international journals and about 15 book chapters from Springer-Nature, Nova, Taylor&Francis, UK and Elsevier, Netherlands publishers. He is the reviewer of several reputed international journals.

Degree Name Group/Major Subject Board/Institute Country Passing Year
Ph.D. Chemistry Ruprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg Germany 2014
Masters Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering University of Dhaka Bangladesh 2009
Bachelor Applied Chemistry and Chemical Technology University of Dhaka Bangladesh 2007
Award Type Award Title Year Country Description
Local Best Paper Award 2019 Bangladesh

Received Best Paper Award for the research paper on" A facile preparation of nitrogen enriched carbon-coated nanospheres via morphological transcription and stabilization of ß-lactoglobulin protein" in 2nd International Conference on Innovation in Engineering and Technology-2019, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 23-24 December, 2019

International Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) Post Doc Fellowship 2016 Japan

Received (JSPS) Post Doctoral Fellowship for research in Japan. (Standard fellowship)

International Dr. Sophie Bernthsen Award 2013 Germany Awarded a grant for excellent performance as a Doctoral student at Heidelberg University, Germany.
International Graduate Academy Teaching Assistantship Award. 2013 Germany Awarded a grant under STIBET program at Heidelberg University, Germany.
International 63rd Lindau Nobel Laureates Meeting Fellowship 2013 Germany Awarded a grant through academic partner DAAD for participation in Lindau Nobel Laureates Meeting, Chemistry, Lindau 2013. (550 awardees from 78 countries).
International A. T. Kearney Award. 2012 Germany Awarded a grant for participation in the International Conference on Future Breakthroughs in Science and Society, Berlin 2012 and Falling Wall Lab, 2012 ( 100 awardees from 35 countries).
International German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Award, Germany. 2010 Germany German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Award, Germany.
National Graduate Scholarship 2005 Bangladesh Received scholarship for excellent performance as a graduate student at University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Research Interest
Subject Description
Bioprotein Templated Nanostructures

Nitrogen-enriched spherical carbon nanomaterials have received intense interest due to their potential applications in catalysis, energy applications, CO2 and CH4 adsorption, and more. The enrichment of nitrogen in carbon nanomaterials can enhance various physical properties of the materials such as surface polarity, current density etc. The successful use of this technique solely depends on the ability to obtain colloidal spheres with tightly controlled sizes and surface properties. We systemically analyze these materials with a set of suitable model systems to develop facile and versatile method to synthesize nitrogen-enriched carbon-like nanoparticles with tailored functional properties from 3D, 2D structural protein templates.

Relevant publications:

1. M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Orimoto Y and Hirotaka Ihara : Amphiphilic spherical nanoparticles with a nitrogen-enriched carbon-like surface by using β-lactoglobulin as a template, Chemical Communications (impact factor:6.2) , vol.54 , no.94 , pp.13204-13207 , 2018 .

2. M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Islam, T, Alam, M. A and Khan, R. A "Bio-Protein: Fabrication and Application.." Encyclopedia of Biomedical Polymers and Polymeric Biomaterials. Taylor and francis LLC, NewYork, USA, 2016

Natural Fiber based Composite

Environmental concerns have resulted in a renewed interest in agro-based materials, and therefore issues such as recyclability and environmental safety are becoming increasingly important for the introduction of new materials and products. Nowadays, there is a growing interest in the use of agro-fibers (jute, hemp, rice husk, abaca wheat straw, coir, kenaf, flax etc) as reinforcing components for thermoplastics, because they are more economical than the synthetic fibers. Composites are versatile and convenient in diverse application such as automotive and aeronaut industry, constructional materials, civil and military applications and many more. We investigate composite based on polymer resins for structural applications.

Relevant publications:

1. Luna, I. Z, Dam, K. C, Chowdhury, A, Gafur, M. A and M. Nuruzzaman Khan : Physical and Thermal Characterization of Alkali Treated Rice Husk Reinforced Polypropylene Composites, Advances in Materials Science and Engineering , vol.2015 , pp.1-7 , 2015 .

2 Ruhul A. Khan, Mubarak A. Khan, Sabrina Sultana, M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Quazi T.H. Shubhra and Farhana G. Noor : Mechanical, Degradation, and Interfacial Properties of Synthetic Degradable Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene Composites (Editor's choice), The Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites (impact factor:1.78) , vol.29 , no.3 , pp.466-476 , 2009

Lithography and Nanofabrication Based on Monomolecular Films

Chemistry and morphology of surfaces and interfaces can be controlled with nanometer scale precision both through a specific design of self-assembled monolayer and by different lithographic tools, including e-beam and UV irradiation. Also, complex 3D nanostructures are design and custom made for a wide range of applications.

Relevant publications:

1. M Nuruzzaman Khan and Micheal Zharnikov. Irradiation Promoted Exchange Reaction with Disulfide Substituents, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C , vol.117 , pp.14534-14543 , 2013

2. Weber, T, Meyebröker, N, M. Nuruzzaman khan and Zharnikov, M. UV-Mediated Tuning of Surface Biorepulsivity in Aqueous Environment, Chemical Communication (impact factor:6.2) , vol.50 , pp.4325-4327 , 2014 .

Design of 3D DNA Nanostructures by Lithography

We developed a universal two-step procedure to fabricate mixed ssDNA/OEG-AT monolayers and patterns on gold substrates (OEG-AT: oligo(ethylene glycol) substituted alkanethiol). The procedure is based on promoted exchange reaction and relies on commercially available compounds—making it easily accessible—and is highly flexible in terms of the composition of the mixed monolayers, as well as the size and shape of the DNA patterns that can be formed on the OEG-AT background.

Relevant publications:

1. M Nuruzzaman Khan, Tjong, V, Chilkoti, A and Micheal Zharnikov : Fabrication of ssDNA/oligo (ethylene glycol) Monolayers and Complex Nanostructures by Irradiation Promoted Exchange Reaction, Angewandte Chemie International Edition (impact factor:12.57) , vol.51 , pp.10303-10306 , 2013 .

2. M Nuruzzaman Khan and Micheal Zharnikov : Fabrication of ssDNA/Oligo(ethylene glycol) Monolayers and Patterns by Exchange Reaction Promoted by Ultraviolet Light Irradiation, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C (impact factor:4.3) , vol.117 , pp.24883-24893 , 2013 .

3. M Nuruzzaaman Khan and Micheal Zharnikov : Fabrication of ssDNA/Oligo(ethylene glycol) Monolayers by Promoted Exchange Reaction with Thiol and Disulfide Substituents, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C (impact factor:4.3) , vol.118 , pp.3093-3101 , 2014 .

Inorganic Nanoparticles Doped Advanced Materials

Nanotechnology gained much attention for its vital pioneering role in controlling materials at the atomic and molecular stages to drastically alter the product properties. Materials reduced to the nanometric scale display significantly different properties compared to what they display at the macroscale or microscales. Inorganic nanoparticles are widely studied in the preparation of advanced materials, because of their unique properties. Our research area comprises the design, construction and utilization of functional nanomaterials structures for applications in many fields for the development of advanced materials.

Relevant publications:

1 Luna, I.Z, Hilary, L.N, Chowdhury, A.M.S, Gafur, M.A and M. Nuruzzaman Khan : Preparation and Characterization of Copper Oxide Nanoparticles Synthesized via Chemical Precipitation Method, Open Access Library Journal , vol.2 , pp.1-8 , 2015 .

2. Luna, I. Z, Chowdhury, S, Gafur, M. A, M Nuruzzaman Khan and Khan, R. A : Preparation and Characterization of CuO-PVA Nanofluids for Heat Transfer Applications, J. Chem. Eng. Chem. Res, vol.2 , no.5 , pp.607-615 , 2015 .

3. 1. M. Mehedi Hasan, M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Papia Haque and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman : Mohammed Mizanur Rahman, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules (impact factor:4.78) , vol.117 , pp.1110-1117 , 2018

Design of Renewable Materials for Metal & Dye Adsorption

The search for novel materials appears to be a never ending pursuit as new challenges will always push to drive Innovations. We look into innovative technologies focused around bio-based materials. Locally available biopolymers with their excellent properties such as sustainability, eco-efficiency, industrial ecology, biodegradability, and biocompatibility and renewable nature are under investigation.

Relevant publications:

1. Islam, M. N.; Khan, M. Nuruzzaman.; Mallik, A. K.; Rahman, M. M., Preparation of bio-inspired trimethoxysilyl group terminated poly(1-vinylimidazole)-modified-chitosan composite for adsorption of chromium (VI) ions. Journal of Hazardous Materials 2019, 379, 120792.

2. Sh. Biswas, Md. M. Islam, M. M. Hasan, S. H. Rimu, M. Nuruzzaman Khan and M. M. Rahman : Evaluation of Cr (VI) Ion Removal from Aqueous Solution by Bio-Inspired Chitosan-Clay Composite: Kinetics and Isotherms, Iranian Journal of Chemical Engineering , 2018, 15, 4 .

3. Biswas, S.; Rashid, T. U.; Mallik, A. K.; Islam, M. M.; Khan, M. Nuruzzaman.; Haque, P.; Khan, M.; Rahman, M. M., Facile Preparation of Biocomposite from Prawn Shell Derived Chitosan and Kaolinite-Rich Locally Available Clay. International Journal of Polymer Science 2017, 6472131.

Nature Inspired Advance Materials for Soft Tissue Engineering

Biopolymer based scaffolds or hydrogels provides support, niche environment, and degrades in parallel with bone/ soft tissue regeneration. These Hydrogel scaffolds are considered as an important class of biodegradable materials, since they can closely mimic the structure and some of the properties of extracellular matrix of host tissues. We are particularly interested to develop scaffolds or hydrogels from available natural materials to be engineered before introduced in the defected area of the skin/bone.

Relevant publications:

1. M. Mehedi Hasan, M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Papia Haque and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman, Novel alginate-di-aldehyde cross-linked gelatin/nano-hydroxyapatite bioscaffolds for soft tissue regeneration, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules (impact factor:4.78), 2018, 117 , 1110.

2. Khan, M. Nuruzzaman.; Islam, J. M.; Khan, M. A., Fabrication and characterization of gelatin-based biocompatible porous composite scaffold for bone tissue engineering. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. Part A 2012, 100 (11), 3020.

3. Mohammed Mizanur Rahman, Md. Shahruzzaman, Md. Sazedul Islam, M. Nuruzzaman Khan and Papia Haque : Preparation and properties of biodegradable polymer/nano-hydroxyapatite bioceramic scaffold for spongy bone regeneration, Journal of Polymer Engineering, (impact factor:1.07), 2018, 39 (2), 134.

Smart Bio-nanomaterials for Drug Delivery Systems

The surface properties of nanoparticles are significant for particular use, therefore tailor made surface properties can be realized through surface modification with organic and inorganic materials. The magnetic nanoparticles are important class of nanomaterials for research in various avenue of medical fields such as drug carrier, resonance imaging, separation etc. We explore the naturally available biomaterials for making multifunctional custom made nanoparticles for drug delivery and controlled release.

Relevant publications:

1. Md. Mehedi Hasan, Adib H. Chisty, Mohammed Mizanur Rahman and M. Nuruzzaman Khan "Bioprotein Based IPN Nanoparticles as Potential Vehicles for Anticancer Drug Delivery: Fabrication Technology." Interpenetrating Polymer Network: Biomedical Applications. Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd., 2020 183-203 .

2. Islam, M. S.; Haque, P.; Rashid, T. U.; Khan, M. Nuruzzaman.; Mallik, A. K.; Khan, M.; Rahman, M. M., Core-shell drug carrier from folate conjugated chitosan obtained from prawn shell for targeted doxorubicin delivery. Journal of materials science. Materials in medicine 2017, 28 (4), 55

Nano-biomaterials for Wound Healing Applications

The research aim to development of next-generation scaffolds and smart materials that can be used for rapid wound healing process. The search of a suitable biocompatible, biodegradable and anti-microbial highly efficient nano-biomaterial to minimize scar formation, while accelerating the wound healing process is crucial. Naturally available biomaterials are required to exhibit certain characteristics to be considered suitable for use as wound dressings. A large number of natural resource materials, such as collagen, gelatin, alginate, nanocellulose and chitin/chitosan are under investigation to be used as scaffolds for tissue engineering application. Salient features of these materials are explored in an attempt to provide a desired niche for robust wound healing process.

Electrospinning of Renewable Biopolymers-based composites

The electrospinning of various biopolymers and their derivatives in room temperature for functional applications have been a interesting area of research in recent time. We investigate the effect of copolymer addition in electrospinning. Additionally, co-solvent, which significantly decreased the surface charge, surface tension, viscosity and entanglement density of the network and increased the conductivity of the spinning dope, contributed to a continuous jet will be adapted. The research outcomes will provide simple and practical methods of fabricating biopolymers based nanofibres mats / unwoven mats through the electrospinning of their viscous solutions. This will make improvements in the electrospinning of native biopolymer, which allow the production of ultra-thin fibres in a large scale.

Relevant publications:

1. M Nuruzzaman Khan and , Md. Nazrul Islam, Md. Sazedul Islam, Md. Minhajul Islam, Md. Sirajur Rahman. Sumaya Farhana Kabir, Tanvir Ahmed and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman "Physico-chemical Properties of Cellulose Nanoparticle Based Advanced Materials." Cellulose Nanoparticles: Synthesis and Manufacturing (Accepted). Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), 2020 .

Project/Research Supervision
Level of Study Title Supervisor Co-Supervisor(s) Name of Student(s) Area of Research Current Completion
Ph.D. Synthesis of Magnetic Chitosan Nanocomposite for the removal of heavy metal and reactive dyes from industrial effluents Dr M Nuruzzaman Khan Sunzida Haque Rimu

Renewable Materials for Metal

2023
Masters Electrospinning of Chitosan-based Nanocomposites for Biomedical Applications Dr. M. Nuruzzaman Khan Tasnia Siraj 2020
Masters Facile Preparation of GO Based Composite from Waste Shrimp Shell for Adsorption of Heavy Metals from Tannery Effluents Prof. Md. Mizanur Rahman Dr M. Nuruzzaman Khan Mukta Rani Sarker 2020
Masters Biopolymer based renewable adsorbent for heavy metals removal Prof. Md. Mizanur Rahman Dr M Nuruzzaman Khan Maliha Chowdhury

Renewable Biopolymers-based composites

2020
Masters 4-carboxyphenylboronic acid-coated chitosan-based nanocarriers for Drug delivery Dr M Nuruzzaman Khan Salman Bin Aziz

Bio-nanoparticle based Drug delivery

2020
Masters synthesis of luminescent carbon-like nanomaterials Prof Ihara Dr M Nuruzzaman Khan Naoya Okamura

Synthesis of nanoparticles

2019
Masters Preparation of Size-Controlled Carbon nanomaterials Prof Ihara Dr M Nuruzzaman Khan Yoshihumi Orimoto

Bioprotein Templated Nanostructures

2019
Masters Eco-friendly wet processing techniques of cotton fabrics for sustainable textile production Prof. Md. Mizanur Rahman Dr M Nuruzzaman Khan Khadiza Jannat Meem

Sustainable textile production

2019
Masters Preparation of a trimethoxysilyl group terminated poly(1-vinyl imidazole)-modified-chitosan biosorbent composite and their application for removal of chromium(VI) ions Dr M Nuruzzaman Khan Md Nazrul Islam

Renewable Materials for Metal

2017
Masters A study of physicochemical properties of novel alginate dialdehyde cross-linked gelatin /Hydroxyapatite nanocomposite scaffolds for tissue regeneration Dr M Nuruzzaman Khan Mehedi Hasan

Bio-inspired Advance Materials for Soft Tissue Engineering

2017
Masters Determination of Serum Methylparaben Concentrations of Bangladeshi Breast Cancer Patients by RP-HPLC Dr M Nuruzzaman Khan Sanjida Afrin

cancer

2016
Masters Preparation and characterization of bijoypur clay-crystalline cellulose composite for application as an adsorbent Dr Papia Haque Dr. M Nuruzzaman Khan Md Minhajul Islam

Renewable Materials for Metal

2015
Other Bachelor project_Irradiation Promoted Exchange Reaction with Thiols Prof. M. Zharnikov M Nuruzzaman Khan Carina Ammerlahn

ATRP on monomolecular templates

2012
Other Bachelor project_Thiolated PEG: Immobilization on AU (111) substrate Prof. M Zharnikov M Nuruzzaman Khan Eric Sauter

Lithography on monomolecular templates

2012
Project/Research Work
Subject Project Name Source of Fund From Date To Date Collaboration
Physical Chemistry DAAD, Germany
Physical Chemistry JSPS, Japan
Nanotechnology UNESCO
Nanotechnology TWAS
Engineering and Applied Science University of Dhaka
Engineering and Applied Science UGC, Bangladesh
Engineering and Applied Science BANBEIS, Ministry of Education
Engineering and Applied Science Ministry of Science and Technology, Bangladesh
Invited Talk
SL Invited Talk
1 2015, Convener, Children Science Congress, Jointly organized with Bangladesh science Museum and SPSB
2

2020, Invited Speaker, Science Talk Noble prize in Chemistry 2020, Organised Biggan Chinta, Prothom Alo

3

2020, Panel Judge, World Food Day, Poster Presentation Contest, organised by DIU.

4

2020 Invited Speaker, Advanced Nanomaterials for Environmental Remediation, organised by Bangladesh Nano Society

5

2020 Invited speaker, Research, Higher Studies, carrier development, DIU, Dhaka, BD

6

2012 Flash Talk, Falling Wall Lab, Berlin, Germany.

7

2013 Invited Young Researcher, Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, 2013, Germany

8

2014 Invited Speaker, Young BB Conference, University of Dhaka

SL Collaboration & Membership Name Type Membership Year Membership Expire Year
1 American Chemical Society, ACS, USA Member (Membership No-30783764) 2020
2 ACCE Alumni Association Member 2014
3 Falling Wall Lab Alumni, Berlin, Germany Member 2012
4 Lindau Alumni Network Member 2013 Life Time
5 DAAD Alumni Association Member 2010 Life Time
6 Heidelberg University Research Alumni Member 2014 Life Time
7 German University Alumni Association, Bangladesh Life Member 2014 Life Time
8 Bangladesh Chemical Society Life Member 2014 Life Time
9 Material Research Society, USA Member 2018
10 Royal Society of Chemistry Member (Membership No.: 684388) 2020
Title Organization Location From Date To Date Description
Research Fellow (Post Doc.) Kumamoto University, Japan Kumamoto, Japan 06-11-2016 05-11-2018

Post-doctoral research under memtorship of Prof. Ihara, Kumamoto University with JSPS fellowship, Japan. Research topic: Fabrication and characterization of nanoparticles

Assistant Professor University of Dhaka Bangladesh 14-07-2015 Currently Working

Teaching and Research. Supervision of BSc, MSc, Mphil, PhD students.

Courses taken: ACCE-5102 :Energy Conversion Engineering and Environment

ACCE-5202 Nanosscience and nanotechnology

Lecturer University of Dhaka Bangladesh 21-04-2014 13-07-2015

Teaching and Research. Supervision of BSc, MSc thesis students.

Courses taken: ACCE: Pharmaceutical Process and Technology-II, ACCE: Advanced Polymer Sciences and Biomaterials, ACCE: Physical Chemistry

Teaching Assistant Ruprecht Karls University Heidelberg, Germany Heidelberg 01-04-2012 30-09-2013

Served as a teaching assistant at the department of Applied Physical Chemistry,

Research Assistant Ruprecht Karls University Heidelberg, Germany Heidelberg 01-10-2010 28-02-2014

I did work on lithography and nanofabrication on the basis of monomolecular films.

Book
1
M. Nuruzzaman Khan Chemical Lithography with monomolecular template. Lap Lambert academic Publishing (2019-07-11 ), 2019 .
Book Section
1
Abul K. Mallik a *, Shanta Biswasa, Md. Sharuzzamana, Tanvir Ahmeda, Md. Minhajul Islama, M Nuruzzaman Khan and Papia Haquea, Mohammed Mizanur Rahmana "Electrospinning of Nanocellulose for Advanced Nanocomposite Materials." Cellulose Nanoparticles: Synthesis and Manufacturing (Submitted). RSC, 2020 .
2
M Nuruzzaman Khan and , Md. Nazrul Islam, Md. Sazedul Islam, Md. Minhajul Islam, Md. Sirajur Rahman. Sumaya Farhana Kabir, Tanvir Ahmed and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman "PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF CELLULOSE NANOPARTICLE BASED ADVANCED MATERIALS." Cellulose Nanoparticles: Synthesis and Manufacturing (Accepted). Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), 2020 .
3
Md. Mehedi Hasan, Adib H. Chisty, Mohammed Mizanur Rahman and M. Nuruzzaman Khan "Bioprotein Based IPN Nanoparticles as Potential Vehicles for Anticancer Drug Delivery: Fabrication Technology." Interpenetrating Polymer Network: Biomedical Applications. Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd., 2020 183-203 .
4
Asaduz Zaman, Md. Minhajul Islam, Papia Haque, Taslim U. Rashid, M. Minhajul Islam, Khandoker S. Salem, M. Nuruzzaman Khan and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman "Potential Application of Microbial Catalyst in Food Biotechnology." Microbial Catalysts (Vol 1). Nova Science Publishers, Inc, 2019 .
5
Taslim Ur Rashid, Khandoker S. Salem, Md. Minhajul Islam, M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Papia Haque, Ismat Z. Luna and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman "Recent Developments of Microbial Fuel Cell as Sustainable Bio-Energy Sources." Microbial Catalysts Vol 2. Nova Science Publishers, Inc ISBN: 978-1-53616-088-8, 2019 .
6
M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Ismat Z. Luna, Taslim Ur Rashid, Md. Minhajul Islam, Sadia Sharmeen, Papia Haque and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman "MICROBIAL ENZYME: AN EFFECTIVE REPLACEMENT OF INDUSTRIAL CATALYST." Microbial Catalysts Vol 2. Nova Science Publishers, Inc, ISBN: 978-1-53616-088-8, 2019 147-182 .
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Taslim U. Rashid, Md. Sazedul Islam, Sadia Sharmeen, Shanta Biswas, M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Abul K. Mallik and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman "Applications of Chitosan Derivatives in Wastewater Treatment a Scaffold for Bone Tissue Repai." Handbook of Composites from Renewable Materials,. Wiley, 2017 .
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M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Md. Mehedi Hasan, Abul K. Mallik, Asaduz Zaman, Papia Haque and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman "Biomimetic Gelatin Nanocomposite as a Scaffold for Bone Tissue Repair." Handbook of Composites from Renewable Materials. Wiley, 2017 .
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M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Shanta Biswas, Md. Sazedul Islam,, Sadia Sharmeen,, Papia Haque and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman "GREEN BIOCOMPOSITES FROM RENEWABLE BIOPOLYMERS AND THEIR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS." Biocomposites: Properties, Performance and Applications. Nova Science Publishers, Inc, 2017 .
10
M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Islam, T, Alam, M. A and Khan, R. A "Bio-Protein: Fabrication and Application.." Encyclopedia of Biomedical Polymers and Polymeric Biomaterials. Taylor & Francis LLC: New York, USA, 2016 .
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Khandaker S. Salem, Taslim U. Rashid, Asaduzzaman, Md. Minhajul Islam, M. Nuruzzaman Khan and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman "Recent Updates on Immobilization of Microbial Cellulase." New and Future Developments in Microbial Biotechnology and Bioengineering. Elsevier publisher Netherlands, 2016 107-139 .
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M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Ismat Zerin Luna, Khandaker S. Salem,, Taslim U. Rashid, Papia Haque and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman "Cellulase in Waste Management." New and Future Developments in Microbial Biotechnology and Bioengineering.. Elsevier Publisher, Netherlands., 2016 237-256 .
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Adib H. Chisty, Rifat A. Masud, M. Mehedi Hasan, M Nuruzzaman Khan and Abul K. Mallik, Mohammed Mizanur Rahman "PEGylated chitin and chitosan derivatives." Handbook of Chitin and Chitosan Volume 1: Preparation and Properties 2020,. Elsevier, 07/2020 59-100 .
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M Mehedi Hasan, Md Lawshan Habib, Md Anwaruzzaman, Md Kamruzzaman, M Nuruzzaman Khan and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman "Processing techniques of chitosan-based interpenetrating polymer networks, gels, blends, composites and nanocomposites." Handbook of Chitin and Chitosan: Volume 2: Composites and Nanocomposites from Chitin and Chitosan, Manufacturing and Characterisations. Elsevier, 07/2020 324 .
Journal Article
1
Md Ashiqur Rahman, Md Sazedul Islam, Papia Haque,, M Nuruzzaman Khan and Makoto Takafuji, Murshida Begum, Gawsia W Chowdhury, Mala Khan, Mohammad Mizanur Rahman : Calcium ion mediated rapid wound healing by nano-ZnO doped calcium phosphate-chitosan-alginate biocomposites, Materialia, vol.13, pp.100839, 2020 .
2
Md. Nazrul Islam, M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Abul K. Mallik and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman : Preparation of bio-inspired trimethoxysilyl group terminated poly(1- vinylimidazole)-modified-chitosan composite for adsorption of chromium (VI) ions, Journal of Hazardous Materials, (impact factor:6,4) vol.379, 2019 .
3
M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Orimoto Y and Hirotaka Ihara : Amphiphilic spherical nanoparticles with a nitrogen-enriched carbon-like surface by using β-lactoglobulin as a template, Chemical Communications, (impact factor:6.2) vol.54, no.94 pp.13204-13207, 2018 .
4
Sh. Biswas, Md. M. Islam, M. M. Hasan, S. H. Rimu, M. Nuruzzaman Khan and M. M. Rahman : Evaluation of Cr (VI) Ion Removal from Aqueous Solution by Bio-Inspired Chitosan-Clay Composite: Kinetics and Isotherms, Iranian Journal of Chemical Engineering, vol.15, no.4 2018 .
5
Mohammed Mizanur Rahman, Md. Shahruzzaman, Md. Sazedul Islam,, M. Nuruzzaman Khan and Papia Haque : Preparation and properties of biodegradable polymer/nano-hydroxyapatite bioceramic scaffold for spongy bone regeneration, Journal of Polymer Engineering,, (impact factor:1.07) vol.39, no.2 2018 .
6
Sanjida Afrin,, M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Papia Haque and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman : Determination of Serum Copper and Zinc Level of Bangladeshi, ARC Journal of Cancer Science, (impact factor:0.68) vol.4, no.2 2018 .
7
M. Mehedi Hasan, M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Papia Haque and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman : Novel alginate-di-aldehyde cross-linked gelatin/nano-hydroxyapatite bioscaffolds for soft tissue regeneration, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, (impact factor:4.78) vol.117, pp.1110-1117, 2018 .
8
Md. Minhajul Islam, M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Shanta Biswas, Tasrina Rabia Choudhury, Papia Haque and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman : Preparation and characterization of bijoypur clay- crystalline cellulose composite for application as an adsorbent, Advanced Materials Science, (impact factor:2.13) vol.2, no.3 2017 .
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Shanta Biswas,, Taslim U. Rashid, Abul K. Mallik,, Md. Minhajul Islam,, M. Nuruzzaman Khan,, Papia Haque, and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman : Facile Preparation of Biocomposite from Prawn Shell Derived Chitosan and Kaolinite-Rich Locally Available Clay, International Journal of Polymer Science, (impact factor:1.89) 2017 .
10
Md Sazedul Islam,, Papia Haque, Taslim U Rashid, M Nuruzzaman Khan, M Nazrul Khan, Mala Khan, Abul K Mallik and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman : Core-shell drug carrier from folate conjugated chitosan obtained from prawn shell for targeted doxorubicin delivery, Journal of materials science. Materials in medicine, (impact factor:2.46) vol.28, no.4 pp.55, 2017 .
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Sanjida Afrin, Hasina Akhter Simol, Gazi Nurun Nahar Sultana, Md. Sazedul Islam, Papia Haque, M. Nuruzzaman Khan and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman : Determination of Serum Methylparaben Concentrations of Bangladeshi Breast Cancer Patients by RP-HPLC, Analytical Chemistry Letters, vol.7, no.5 pp.589-595, 2017 .
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Luna, I. Z, Chowdhury, S, Gafur, M. A, M Nuruzzaman Khan and Khan, R. A : Preparation and Characterization of CuO-PVA Nanofluids for Heat Transfer Applications, vol.2, no.5 pp.607-615, 2015 .
13
Luna, I. Z, Dam, K. C, Chowdhury, A, Gafur, M. A and M. Nuruzzaman Khan : Physical and Thermal Characterization of Alkali Treated Rice Husk Reinforced Polypropylene Composites, Advances in Materials Science and Engineering, vol.2015, pp.1-7, 2015 .
14
Luna, I.Z, Hilary, L.N, Chowdhury, A.M.S, Gafur, M.A and M. Nuruzzaman Khan : Preparation and Characterization of Copper Oxide Nanoparticles Synthesized via Chemical Precipitation Method, Open Access Library Journal, (impact factor:0.4) vol.2, pp.1-8, 2015 .
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Juganta K Roy, Nousin Akter, Haydar U Zaman, KM Ashraf, Sabrina Sultana, Shahruzzaman, M Nuruzzaman Khan and M Arifur Rahman, Tuhidul Islam, MA Khan, Ruhul A Khan : Preparation and properties of coir fiber-reinforced ethylene glycol dimethacrylate-based composite, Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials, (impact factor:1.343) vol.27, no.1 pp.35-51, 2014 .
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M Nuruzzaaman Khan and Micheal Zharnikov : Fabrication of ssDNA/Oligo(ethylene glycol) Monolayers by Promoted Exchange Reaction with Thiol and Disulfide Substituents, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, (impact factor:4.3) vol.118, pp.3093-3101, 2014 .
17
Weber, T, Meyebröker, N, M. Nuruzzaman khan and Zharnikov, M : UV-Mediated Tuning of Surface Biorepulsivity in Aqueous Environment, Chemical Communication, (impact factor:6.2) vol.50, pp.4325-4327, 2014 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan, Tjong, V, Chilkoti, A and Micheal Zharnikov : Fabrication of ssDNA/oligo (ethylene glycol) Monolayers and Complex Nanostructures by Irradiation Promoted Exchange Reaction, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, (impact factor:12.57) vol.51, pp.10303-10306, 2013 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan and Micheal Zharnikov : Fabrication of ssDNA/Oligo(ethylene glycol) Monolayers and Patterns by Exchange Reaction Promoted by Ultraviolet Light Irradiation, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, (impact factor:4.3) vol.117, pp.24883-24893, 2013 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan, Tjong, V, Chilkoti, A and Zharnikov, M : Spectroscopic Study of a DNA Brush Synthesized in Situ by Surface Initiated Enzymatic Polymerization, The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, (impact factor:2.93) vol.117, pp.9929-9938, 2013 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan and Micheal Zharnikov : Irradiation Promoted Exchange Reaction with Disulfide Substituents, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, (impact factor:4.3) vol.117, pp.14534-14543, 2013 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan, Juganta K. Roy, Nousin Akter, Haydar U. Zaman, Tuhidul Islam and uhul A. Khan : Production and Properties of Short Jute and Short E-Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene-Based Composites, Open Journal of Composite Materials, (impact factor:2.33) vol.2, no.2 2012 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan, Islam, J.M.M and Mubarak A Khan : Fabrication and Characterization of Gelatin-Based Biocompatible Porous Composite Scaffold for Bone Tissue Engineering, Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A, (impact factor:3.22) vol.100A, pp.3020-3028, 2012 .
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Sabrina Sultana, Ruhul A Khan, Mubarak A Khan,, Haydar U Zaman, Md Shahruzzaman, Parvin Banu,, M Nuruzzaman Khan and AI Mustafa : Preparation and mechanical characterization of gelatin-based films using 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate cured by UV radiation, Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, (impact factor:1.706) vol.49, no.6 pp.560-566, 2010 .
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Ruhul A Khan, M A Khan, M Nuruzzaman Khan,, Avik Khan, Kamol Dey, Tanzina Huq,, Nazia Noor, Bapi Sarker,, M Saha and MA Gafur : Thermomechanical and Interfacial Properties of Calcium Alginate Fiber-Reinforced Polypropylene Composites, Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, (impact factor:1.706) vol.49, no.4 pp.325-331, 2010 .
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Ruhul A. Khan, Mubarak A. Khan, Haydar U. Zaman, Shamim Pervin, M Nuruzzaman Khan, Sabrina Sultana, M. Saha and .I. Mustafa : Comparative Studies of Mechanical and Interfacial Properties Between Jute and E-glass Fiber-reinforced Polypropylene Composites, Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, (impact factor:1.78) vol.29, no.7 pp.1078-1088, 2009 .
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Ruhul A. Khan, Mubarak A. Khan, Sabrina Sultana, M. Nuruzzaman Khan, Quazi T.H. Shubhra and Farhana G. Noor : Mechanical, Degradation, and Interfacial Properties of Synthetic Degradable Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene Composites (Editor's choice), The Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, (impact factor:1.78) vol.29, no.3 pp.466-476, 2009 .
Conference Proceedings
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M Nuruzzaman Khan and Ihara, H. "A facile preparation of nitrogen enriched carbon-coated nanospheres via morphological transcription and stabilization of ß-lactoglobulin protein." 2nd International Conference on Innovation in Engineering and Technology-2019 Dhaka: University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2019 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan and Ihara, H "Fabrication of twisted 1D nanostructure from conjugated polymers coated amyloid fibril." 4th Young Scientist Congress, Bangladesh Academy of Science Dhaka: Bangladesh Academy of Science, Dhaka, 2019 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan and Kuwahara, Y.; Takafuji, M.; Ihara, H. "Twisted π -Conjugated Carbon-like Polymer Nanofiber Fabricated from Self assembled Beta-Lactoglobulin Protein Template." 2018 MRS Spring Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, USA Phoenix, Arizona.: MATERIALS RESEARCH SOCIETY, USA:, 2018 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan and Orimoto, Y.; Kuwahara, Y.; Takafuji, M.; Ihara, H "Fabrication of π -conjugated carbon-like polymeric nanospheres through morphological stabilization of ß-lactoglobulin." E- MRS 2018 Spring Meeting,, Strasbourg, France Strasbourg, France: European Materials Research Society, 2018 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan and Ihara, H "Morphological stabilization and transcription of organic nanotube by co-polymerization of 1,5-dihydroxynapthalene and 1,3,5-trimethylhexahydro-1,3,5- triazine,." The Society of Fiber Science and Technology 2017, Autumn Meeting Phoenix Seagaia Resort, Miyazaki JAPAN: The Society of Fiber Science and Technology, Japan, 2017 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan and Zharnikov, M. "Preparation and Characterization of Custom Designed ss- DNA arrays and Brush Patterns in Biorepulsive Templates by Irradiation Promoted Exchange Reaction." 16 th Asian Chemical Congress Dhaka: Asian Chemical Congress, 2016 .
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Afrin, S.; Nahar, G. N.; Haque, P.; Rahman, M. M.; and M Nuruzzaman Khan "A study on estrogenic effect of paraben in breast cancer.." 16th Asian Chemical Congress, Bangladesh Dhaka: Asian Chemical Congress, 2016 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan and Tjong, V.; Chilkoti, A.; Zharnikov, M "In Fabrication of ssDNA Monolayers, Custom Designed ssDNA Arrays and Brush Patterns in Biorepulsive Templates by Promoted Exchange Reaction." AVS 61st International Symposium & Exhibition, Baltimore, USA,: American vacuum Society, USA, 2014 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan and Tjong, V.; Chilkoti, A.; Zharnikov, M. "New Approach to the Fabrication of ssDNA/Oligo(ethyleneglycol) Monolayers and Complex Nanostructures." DPG Spring Meetings 2013 , pp. 375. Regensburg, Germany: German Physical Society, 2013 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan and Zharnikov, M "Novel Approach to the Fabrication of Mixed Monomolecular Films and Chemical Patterns.." DPG Spring Meetings-2013 , pp. 368. Regensburg, Germany,: German Physical Society, 2013 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan and Zharnikov, M "Complex Sculpturing 3D DNA Nanostructures on Protein Repelling Matrix Using Electron Beam Chemical Nanolithography.." 2 nd International Conference of Biosensors & Bioelectronics, Chicago, USA,: J. Biosens. Bioelectron, 4 (3), p 125., 2013 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan and Tjong, V.; Chilkoti, A.; Zharnikov, M "Programming of Complex 3D DNA Nanostructures on Chemical Template and Extension by Enzymatic Polymerization.." 19 th International Vacuum Congress Paris, France: International Vacuum Congress, 2013 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan, Khan, M. A, Khan, R. A, Saha, M and Gafur, M. A "Short Jute Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene Composites: Fabrication and Characterization." International Physical conference, , pp. 104. Dhaka, Bangladesh: 2009 .
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M Nuruzzaman Khan, Sultana, S, Karim, R, Khan, R. A and Khan, M. A "Comparative Studies of Mechanical and Interfacial Properties between Jute and E-glass Fibers Reinforced Polypropylene Composites." Bangladesh Chemical Congress 2008 , pp. 91. Dhaka University, Bangladesh: 2009 .