NSERC Industrial Research Chair in the Industrialization of Building Construction

Md. Saiful Islam

Current Research

Saiful is currently a PhD student conducting research in the area of structural timber engineering and innovative building systems.

Education

  • Master of Science, Construction Engineering and Management, University of Alberta, Canada
  • Master of Science, Environmental Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh

Publications

Journal Papers

  • Islam, M. S., Chen, Y., Bouferguene, A., and Al-Hussein, M. (2019). “Rethinking urban open space distribution for municipal financial sustainability.” Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, 33(3), 04019012.
  • Pervin, L. and Islam, M. S. (2015). “System dynamics approach for modeling of sugar beet yield considering the effects of climatic variables.” Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 95(3), 515–521.
  • Islam, M. S., Al-Muyeed, A., and Pervin, L. (2012). “Vehicular emission due to increased traffic of Dhaka City.” Journal of Environmental Technology & Construction Engineering, 1(1), 88–97.
  • Islam, M. S., Pervin, L., and Al-Muyeed, A. (2012). “Feasibility study for using the water ways to transport of solid waste of Dhaka City and waste transport route preparation using GIS for DCC solid waste management.” Canadian Journal on Environmental, Construction and Civil Engineering, 3(1), 52–57.

Conference Papers

  • Islam, M. S., Olearczyk, J., Al-Hussein, M., and Bouferguene, A. (2018). “VR-based crane operation planning using head-mounted display.” Proceedings, 1st International Conference on New Horizons in Green Civil Engineering (NHICE-01), Victoria, BC, Canada, Apr. 25–27, 2018, pp. 186–191.
  • Islam, M. S., Bouferguene, A., and Al-Hussein, M. (2015). “Impact of open space distribution on the property value in neighborhood subdivision and design.” Proceedings, Spaces & Flows: Sixth International Conference on Urban and ExtraUrban Studies, Chicago, IL, USA, Oct. 15–16.
  • Islam, M. S., Al-Hussein, M., and Bouferguene, A. (2014). “Impact of scattering the municipal reserves on the property value.” 5th Annual Faculty of Engineering Graduate Research Symposium, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada, Jun. 18–19, pg. 17.
  • Pervin, L. and Islam, M. S. (2012). “Shifting of rainfall intensity duration frequency curves (IDF) of Dhaka City.” Proceedings, International Conference on Civil Engineering for Sustainable Development, Khulna, Bangladesh, Mar. 23–25, pp. 165–166.
  • Islam, M. S., Al-Muyeed, A., Pervin, L., and Hasan, T. (2012). “A GIS based approach to combine the water way and road network for the solid waste management of Dhaka city.” Proceedings, International Conference on Civil Engineering for Sustainable Development, Khulna, Bangladesh, Mar. 23–25, pp. 221–222.
  • Rahman, M.H., Al-Muyeed, A., and Islam, M. S. (2011). “Water supply in Dhaka mega city: A strategic view.” Proceedings, World Water Week, Stockholm, Sweden, Aug. 21–27, pp. 190–191.
  • Pervin, L., Bari, M.F., and Islam, M. S. (2011). “Study on surface water pollution of coastal region of Bangladesh.” Proceedings, International Conference on Environmental Technologies and Construction Engineering for Sustainable Development, Sylhet, Bangladesh, Mar. 10–12, pp. 88–89.
  • Islam, M. S. and Al-Muyeed, A. (2011). “Vehicular emission due to increased traffic of Dhaka City.” Proceedings, International Conference on Environmental Technologies and Construction Engineering for Sustainable Development, Sylhet, Bangladesh, Mar. 10–12, pp. 252–253.
  • Islam, M. S. and Al-Muyeed, A. (2011). “Examination of household composting technologies for sub urban areas of Bangladesh.” Proceedings, 2nd International Conference on Solid Waste Management in the Developing Countries, Khulna, Bangladesh, Feb. 13–15, 42(1–10).
  • Al-Muyeed, A., Islam M. S., Rahman, M. H., Rahman, Z. M., and Hassan, T. (2010). “Minimizing water demand in pastoral Bangladesh through rainwater harvesting.” Proceedings, 3rd International Conference on Bangladesh Environment, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Jan. 2–3, pp. 61–62.

Md. Saiful Islam

PhD student
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
5-362.54 Donadeo Innovation Centre for Engineering
mdsaiful@ualberta.ca