Researcher biography

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Md. Uddin is a PhD researcher in the School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering at the University of Queensland. He awarded Bachelor Degree (B. Sc. in Mechanical Engineering) from Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology (RUET), Bangladesh and Master Degree (M. Engg. in Energy Technology) from Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand. Md. Uddin formally introduced with research world through group research title “Engine performance and emission assessment using diesel and diesel-biodiesel blends” conducted during the undergraduate study. Then his research skill has boost up through independent research title “Life cycle energy and emission analysis of solar (thermal and photovoltaic) and wind technologies” during Master study at AIT. Currently, he is working on “Development of next-generation turbine technology for Concentrating Solar Thermal power using Supercritical CO2 Cycles” as the broad topic of his PhD research.  Prior to enrol in PhD research, he was serving as a faculty in the Mechanical Department of RUET, Bangladesh. He was involved in quality research beyond the teaching activities. He has 3 years research experience in “Higher Educational Quality Enhancement research Project (HEQEP)” funded by World Bank. During his professional period and until today he has contributed on 17 peer-reviewed journal articles and 19 international conference articles. 

Uddin’s principal advisor is Professor Halim Gurgenci