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Email Verified MD ZAHIDUL ISLAM
Member since July 30, 2022

A graduate with strong interpersonal communication and analytical skills with a quantitative aptitude to conduct independent research gained in Textile Engineering, now seeking for a doctoral position.

My name is MD ZAHIDUL ISLAM form Bangladesh and I have completed Master of Science in Textile Engineering degree from Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, Hangzhou, China with 14 SCI publication (2 as 1st author). I have both research and industrial experience in China. I have worked as a “Foreign Trade Executive” for 8 months in Hangzhou Haina Environmental Protection Co. Ltd., Hangzhou, China.
As a reflection of my passion for composite materials, I am one of the fortunate children of a middle-class family from Dhaka, Bangladesh, who recently (April, 2020) completed 2.5 years research-based Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree in Textile Engineering at Zhejiang Sci-Tech University (ZSTU), China.
During my M.Sc studies at ZSTU’s College of Materials Science and Textile Engineering, I developed a deep interest in polymer composite materials and their diverse applications in various sectors and industries. During my graduate studies, I worked on a project (Textile-based metal-free composite for Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Shielding application), developed “Scalable production of graphene-based polymer composites for high-performance EMI shielding.” As the first author, I have published 2 SCI-index papers (Applied Surface Science and Journal of Materials Science). In addition, I worked on several other projects, including ” Light and temperature responsive shape memory polymer, high-performance microwave absorption materials, multifunctional textile composite, and graphene-based wastewater treatment,” which have applications in “EMI shielding, Microwave absorption, Sensors, Actuators’, flame retardant, and dye absorption” and published 12 more SCI-index papers in reputed international journals as “Co-author.” Moreover, SEM, TEM, XPS, XRD, Raman, FTIR, TMA, DMA, TGA, BET, EMI shielding, Microwave absorption, electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, Water contact angle, Washing fastness, Rubbing fastness, storage modulus, Tensile strength, and many more have been investigated and used to the practical study.

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Bachelor GPA (%)

83

Master GPA (%)

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English Score

0

Conferences

1

Academic gap years

7

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Education
Zhejiang Sci-Tech University
Overall GPA (%):  83

List of Publications (Papers, Book Chapters, Reviews, etc.)

Continuous dyeing of graphene on cotton fabric: Binder-free approach for electromagnetic shielding

Continuous dyeing of graphene on cotton fabric: Binder-free approach for electromagnetic shielding

A facile one-pot scalable production of super electromagnetic shielding conductive cotton fabric by hierarchical graphene-composites

Effect of graphene oxide-carbon nanotube hybrid filler on the mechanical property and thermal response speed of shape memory epoxy composites

Effect of graphene oxide-carbon nanotube hybrid filler on the mechanical property and thermal response speed of shape memory epoxy composites

Self-repairing, large linear working range shape memory carbon nanotubes/ethylene vinyl acetate fiber strain sensor for human movement monitoring

Self-repairing, large linear working range shape memory carbon nanotubes/ethylene vinyl acetate fiber strain sensor for human movement monitoring

A novel reduced graphene oxide/epoxy sandwich structure composite film with thermo-, electroand light-responsive shape memory effect

A novel reduced graphene oxide/epoxy sandwich structure composite film with thermo-, electroand light-responsive shape memory effect

Ultrathin, Ultralight, and Anisotropic Ordered Reduced Graphene Oxide Fiber Electromagnetic Interference Shielding Membrane

Ultrathin, Ultralight, and Anisotropic Ordered Reduced Graphene Oxide Fiber Electromagnetic Interference Shielding Membrane

Excellent triple-shape memory effect and superior recovery stress of ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer fiber