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Dr Md. Aminul Islam

aminul.islam@ubd.edu.bn

Senior Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science

          

     

Dr Aminul received his B.Sc and M.Sc from the University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh. Later he completed his Post Graduate Diploma in Exploration Geophysics from ITC, Netherlands (TU Delft Campus). He also received M.Sc in Petroleum Geoscience from the Norwegian University of science and Technology (NTNU). He received PhD in Reservoir Characterization from the University of Tsukuba, Japan. He has 8 years industry and 18 years teaching experience. He has diverse academic background which enables him to teach and carry out research in wide range of topics relates to Geology, Geophysics and Petroleum Geosciences. He has substantial understanding of cutting edge technology concerning petroleum exploration, development. His other domain of interest includes Hydrogeology and Structural Geology . He has been serving as a Senior Assistant Professor of Geological Sciences Program, Faculty of Science, Universiti Brunei Darussalam since July 2011. Prior to joining Universiti Brunei Darussalam he taught at the University of Malaya and University of Rajshahi where he hold position of Visiting Senior Lecture and Associate Professor respectively. He published 60+ journal articles in local and international journals.

EDUCATION

1. PhD in Reservoir Characterization in 2008 from University of Tsukuba, Japan
2. M.Sc in Petroleum Geoscience in 2000 from Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway
3. Post Graduate Diploma in Exploration Geophysics in 1997 from International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences (ITC), TU Delft Campus, Netherland
4. M.Sc in Geology and Mining in 1987 from University of Rajshahi, Rajshahi-6205, Bangladesh
5. B.Sc in Geology and Mining in 1986 from University

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Seismic Interpretation
Well log Analysis
Structural Modeling
Facies and Property Modeling
Static Reservoir Modeling
Sandstone Petrography, Reservoir Quality/Diagenesis
Source to Reservoir Characterization
Sequence Stratigraphy
Groundwater Study

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Scopus Publications

Scopus Publications

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

N Jumat, MR Shalaby, AKME Haque, MA Islam, LL Hoon., 2018. Geochemical characteristics, depositional environment and hydrocarbon generation modeling of the upper cretaceous Pakawau group in Taranaki Basin, New Zealand. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 163, 320-339

MA Ishak, MA Islam, MR Shalaby, N Hasan., 2018. The Application of Seismic Attributes and Wheeler Transformations for the Geomorphological Interpretation of Stratigraphic Surfaces: A Case Study of the F3 Block, Dutch Offshore Sector, North Sea. Geosciences 8 (3), 1-2

LN Osli, MR Shalaby, MA Islam., 2018. CHARACTERIZATION OF SOURCE ROCKS AND DEPOSITIONAL ENVIRONMENT, AND HYDROCARBON GENERATION MODELLING OF THE CRETACEOUS H...Petroleum and Coal 60 (2), 255-275

SP Dong, MR Shalaby, MA Islam., 2018. Integrated Reservoir Characterization Study of the McKee Formation, Onshore Taranaki Basin, New Zealand.
Geosciences 8 (4), 1-18

N Jumat, MR Shahaby, MA Islam., 2017. Integrated reservoir characterization of the Paleocene Farewell Formation, Taranaki Basin, New Zealand, using petrophysical and petrographical analyses...Journal of Petroleum Exploration and Production Technology

N Jumat, MR Shalaby, MA Islam., 2017. AN INTEGRATED SOURCE ROCK CHARACTERIZATION USING GEOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS AND WELL LOGS: A CASE STUDY OF TARANAKI BASIN, NEW ZEA...Petroleum and Coal 59 (6), 884-910

SM Talha Qadri, MA Islam, MR Shalaby, AKM Easanul Haque., 2017. Seismic Interpretation and Structural Modeling of Kupe Field, Taranaki Basin, New Zealand.
Arabian Journal of Geosciences 10 (14)

SM Talha Qadri, MA Islam, MR Shalaby, Khattak, KR., Sajjad, SH., 2017. Characterizing site response in the Attock Basin, Pakistan, using microtremor measurement analysis
Arabian Journal of Geosciences 10, 267

MSU Islam, MA Islam, MH Latif, M Aftabuzzaman, SM Rahman, MI Molla., 2017. Seismo-Stratigraphic and Structural Interpretation of Seismic Data of Titas Gas Field, Bengal Basin, Bangladesh. Journal of the Geological Society of India 89 (4), 471-481

AP Yong, MA Islam, N Hasan., 2017., A review: effect of pressure on homogenization. Sigma Journal of Engineering and Natural Sciences 35 (1), 1-22

MR Shalaby, MA Islam., 2017. Fracture detection using conventional well logging in carbonate Matulla Formation, Geisum oil field, southern Gulf of Suez, Egypt. Journal of Petroleum Exploration and Production Technology 7, 1-13

SU Karim, MS Islam, MM Hossain, MA Islam., 2016. Reservoir Characterization Using Model Based Post-stack Seismic Inversion: In Case of Fenchuganj Gas Field, Bangladesh. Journal of the Japan Petroleum Institute 59 (6), 283-292

Afif, A., Ming, L. C., Eriksson, S., Petra, M. I., Islam, M. A., Rahman, S. M. H., and Azad, A. K., Radenahmad, N., 2016. Structural study and proton conductivity in BaCe0.7Z0.25-xYxZn0.05O3 (x=0.05, 0.1, 0.15, 0.2 & 0.25). Journal of Hydrogen Energy.

Farhaduzzaman, M., Wan Hasiah, A. & Islam, M. A., 2015c. Petroleum Source Rock Properties of the Neogene Bhuban Shales, Bengal Basin, Bangladesh. Sains Malaysiana, v. 44(4), pp. 571-579.

Islam, A., Islam, M. A., Haque, M. E. & Jahan, K., 2014. Interpretation of depositional environment of Miocence sequence using electrofacies analysis in the well Bakhrabad#09, Bengal Basin. International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, v. 7 (1), pp. 230-238.

Farhaduzzaman, M., Wan Hasiah, A. & Islam, M. A., 2014. Hydrocarbon source potential and depositional environment of the Surma Group shales of Bengal Basin, Bangladesh. Journal of the Geological Society of India, v. 83 (4), pp. 433-446

Farhaduzzaman, M., Wan Hasiah, A., Islam, M. A. & Pearson, M. J., 2013. Organic facies variations and hydrocarbon generation potential of the Permian coals and related sediments, Barapukuria and Dighipara Basins, NW Bangladesh. Journal of Petroleum Geology, v.36 (2), pp. 117-138.

TOP PUBLICATIONS

MA Salam, B Abdullah, MA Islam., 2017. Temperature programmed analysis of hydrogenation and dehydrogenation of Magnesium (Mg), Nickel (Ni) and Aluminum (Al) containing mixed oxides. Chemical Engineering Research and Design 118, 103-111

AKME Haque, MA Islam, MR Shalaby., 2016. Structural Modeling of the Maui Gas Field, Taranaki Basin, New Zealand. Petroleum Exploration and Development 43 (6), 965-975

SMT Talha, MR Shalaby, MA Islam, LL Hoon., 2016. Source rock characterization and hydrocarbon generation modeling of the Middle to Late Eocene Mangahewa Formation in Taranaki Basin, New Zealand. Arabian Journal of Geosciences 9 (10), 1-17

Farhaduzzaman, M., Wan Hasiah, A., Islam, M. A. & Pearson, M. J., 2013. Organic facies variations and hydrocarbon generation potential of the Permian coals and related sediments, Barapukuria and Dighipara Basins, NW Bangladesh. Journal of Petroleum Geology, v.36 (2), pp. 117-138.

Farhaduzzaman, M., Wan Hasiah, A., Islam, M. A. & Pearson, M.J., 2012c. Source rock potential of the organic-rich shales in the Tertiary Bhuban and Boka Bil Formations, Bengal Basin, Bangladesh. Journal of Petroleum Geology, v. 35(4), pp. 357-376.

Farhaduzzaman, M., Wan Hasiah, A. & Islam, M. A., 2012b. Depositional environment and hydrocarbon source potential of the Permian Gondwana coals from the Barapukuria Basin, Northwest Bangladesh. International Journal of Coal Geology, v. 90-91, pp.162-179.

Islam, M. A., 2010. Petrophysical Evaluation of Subsurface Reservoir Sandstones of Bengal Basin, Bangladesh. Journal of the Geological Society of India, v. 76, pp. 621-631.

Islam, M. A., 2009. Diagenesis and Reservoir Quality of Bhuban sandstones (Neogene),Titas Gas Field, Bengal Basin, Bangladesh. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, v. 35, pp. 89 -100.

GRANT DETAILS

1. URG - UBD/PNC2/2/RG/1(241)
Delta Development and Paleoclimatic Interpretation during Holocene of Bengal Basin
Dr Md. Aminul Islam
BND 10000
01/07/2012 - 31/12/2013
2. CRG -

RESEARCH OUTPUTS (PATENTS, SOFTWARE, PUBLICATIONS, PRODUCTS)

Research outputs mainly in the form of publications

Industry, Institute, or Organisation Collaboration

Current Collaboration with BSP, New Zealand Ministry of Petroleum, University of Malaya

INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

Yes, 8 years experience as a geologist in Bangladesh Oil, Gas & Mineral Corporation (Petrobangla)

SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, or ACADEMIC BENEFITS

We are on the way to create a robust reservoir modeling for the number of Oil and Gas fields which will be able to draw attention of academic institutes and commercial companies