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                               M. Zahangir Kabir, PhD, PEng

                               Associate Professor

                                                                                                                           

                                       Electrical and Computer Engineering,
                               Concordia University
                               1455 de Maisonneuve West, S-EV16.183
                               Montreal, Quebec H3G 1M8, CANADA
                               E-mail: kabir@encs.concordia.ca
                               Phone: (514) 848 2424, Ext. 5688, Fax:  (514) 848 2802

 

  

 

 

 

 

   Education

   Teaching

   Research interests

   Graduate students

   Former graduate students

   Awards and honors

   Publications 

     Interesting Links  

 

 

           Education

 

             Ph. D. (Electronic materials and devices), University of Saskatchewan, Canada (2005)

             M. Sc. (Electronic devices), Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh

             B. Sc. (Electrical and Electronic Engineering), Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh

 

          Teaching

         

          ELEC 321 (Introduction to semiconductor materials and devices), winter 2013-14

          ELEC 421/6221 (Solid state devices)

          ELEC 422/6231 (Design of integrated circuit components)

               ELEC 311 (Electronics I)

          ELEC 312 (Electronics II)

          ELEC/COEN390 (Engineering Team Design Project), Fall 2013-14

               ELEC 6281 (Principles of Nano Devices), winter 2013-14

          ELEC 425/6261 (Optical Devices),

          ELEC 6961 (Graduate seminar for M. Eng. students), 2013-14

 

       

       Research interests

 

          Theory, modeling, analysis, and characterization of electronic materials and devices

          Carrier transport in novel semiconductor materials and nano scale devices

          X-ray detectors and Photovoltaics

          Amorphous Selenium Avalanche detector

          GaN-based devices

        

        

     Graduate students

           

            Doctoral            

   Mr. Saleh Esbika

   Ms. Nour Hijazi

            Mr. Farzin Manouchehri (co-supervised with Dr. P. Valizadeh)

           

            Masters

Ms. Sinchita Siddiquee

    

        

     Former Graduate students

             Dr. Shaikh Asif Mahmood, Ph.D. (completed in 2012)

Mr. Farzin Manouchehri,  MASc, in 2008 (co-supervised with Dr. V.K. Devabhaktuni)

Mr. Wen Yuan Shen, MASc (completed in 2010)

Mr. Md. Wasiur Rahman, MASc (completed in 2010)

Mr. Mazharul Huq Chowdhury, MASc (completed in 2010)

Mr. Md. Shahnawaz Anjan, MASc (completed in 2011)

Mr. Abdul Mannan, MASc (completed in 2011)

Mr. Mohammad Salehizadeh, MASc, in 2011 (co-supervised with Dr. A. Aghdam)

Mr. Khalid Sakib, MASc, in 2013 (Co-supervised with Dr. S. Williamson)

             Mr. Salman Moazzem Arnab, MASc (completed in 2013)

             Mr. Safayat-Al Imam, MASc (completed in 2013)

 

 

           

     Awards and honors

         

·        The sole-supervised undergraduate student project, “Low cost biomedical signal transceiver”, received 2nd best Capstone project award (April 2008).

·        Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) postdoctoral fellowship award 2005

·        University of Saskatchewan Graduate Scholarship, Saskatoon, Canada (September 2000- August 2003)

·        Merit Scholarship, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh (1990-1993)

·        Chancellor Award for outstanding performance in Secondary School Certificate Examination by the President of Bangladesh (July 1987)