Md. Serajul Islam

Work place: Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Gono Bishwabidyalay, Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh



Research Interests: Computational Science and Engineering, Computational Engineering, Computational Physics, Medical Image Computing, Physics


Prof. Md. Serajul Islam was born in Panchagar, Bangladesh. He received the M.Sc degree in Physics from Rajshahi University, Bangladesh. He was a Chief Scientific Officer and Director in the Institute of Electronics, AERE, Atomic Energy Commission, Savar, Bangladesh. Now he is a professor in the Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Gono Bishwabidyalay. Saver, Bangladesh. His work is design, development and analysis of electronic instruments and reactor control. His work has produced nearly 50 peerreviewed scientific papers and 02 patents.

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Design and Implementation of Three Phase Unbalanced Voltage Motor Controller

By M. A. A. Mashud S. C. Barman M. R. A. Bhuiyan Md. Serajul Islam

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Sep. 2013

A state-of-the-art-technology was used to design the unbalanced three phase motor controller. The fluctuation of line voltage has been questioned in recent times due to the use of heavy powered machine with three phases. This paper is focused on deriving a control scheme to drive a three phase motor that could be used in industry or households. The very simple circuitry has been employed in this design. To do this, extensive MATLAB analysis and PSpice software was conducted in order to optimize the control system and finally the results are practically verified.

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Design and Development of PC Based Data Acquisition System for Radiation Measurement

By M. A. A. Mashud Md. Shamim Hossain Nurul Islam Md. Serajul Islam

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jun. 2013

A PC based data acquisition was designed and developed using GM detector and a programmable microcontroller 16F876 of PIC family. This unit was calibrated with the standard Canberra Counter. It gave prompt response directly and has low power consumption. It was tested for gamma ray measurement to continuously monitor a radiological resulting from the natural and man-made sources that threat site security and human health. The system was simple to use, required no additional hardware and allows the selection of data. The collected data were easily being exported to a PC via parallel port. A "C" language program was developed to control the function of the entire system, using PCWH compiler.

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