Sheikh Ferdous, PhD

Full Time Lecturer

Mechanical Engineering

Curriculum Vitae (PDF)

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Science & Engineering 116D


Education

2015University of Texas at ArlingtonPhD in Mechanical Engineering
2008Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology BS in Mechanical Engineering

Teaching

  • Solid Mechanics
  • Materials Science
  • Mechanical Engineering Design
  • Engineering Economics
  • Computer Aided Design

Programs

Research interests

  • Ceramic Materials in Electronics
  • Polymer Based Composites
  • Biomechanics
  • Additive Manufacturing of Cellular Structure
  • Engineering Education

Select publications

Ashfaq Adnan, Sheikh F Ferdous (2015).
Computational Design of Novel Carbon Enriched Si1-xCxCeramics: A Molecular Dynamics Simulation Study
Computational Materials Science, 96, 354-359.

Sheikh F Ferdous, Ashfaq Adnan (2015).
Role of a Single Surface Vacancy on the Tensile Stress-strain Relations of Single Crystal Ni Nanowire
Computational Materials Science, 90, 221-231.

Sheikh F Ferdous, Md. Farzad Sarker, Ashfaq Adnan (2013).
Role of Nanoparticle Dispersion and Filler- Matrix Interface on the Matrix Dominated Failure of Rigid C60-PE Nanocomposites: A molecular dynamics simulation study
Polymer, 54, 2565-2576.

Dr. Ferdous received his PhD in mechanical engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington. Before that, he worked for a bank in Bangladesh. Prior to that, he received his B.Sc. in mechanical engineering degree from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). He has joined in the Multiscale Mechanics and Physics Lab (MMPL) in fall 2010. The objective of his PhD research encompasses an understanding of the toughening mechanism of ceramic based materials with minimal impact to other mechanical properties. He also worked on biomaterials, polymer composites, MEMS, and composite materials. He is now working on advanced materials design and failure mechanics of nanomaterials. Before joining in the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, He worked as a visiting assistant professor in the Binghamton University-SUNY and as an adjunct faculty in the University of Texas at Arlington. He is a member of the ASME and ASC.

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