Badiuzzaman Jony has joined Intel, as a Chemical Mechanical Planarization (CMP) Development Engineer. He graduated from the Aeronautical Engineering Department of the Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST) and pursued his MSc & Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, which is one of the top-ranked Public Research Universities in the USA.
The date of his joining is 1st June 2022.
During his undergrad level in MIST, he showed tremendous performance in robotics. He was the Team Leader of MIST Lunabotics Club and a Member of Mongol Barota – MIST Mars Rover Society.
He achieved NASA 4th Annual Lunabotics & Mining Competition, at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, Florida USA, in several categories as –
1st position in the outreach project report,
1st position in Luna Worldwide,
2nd position in System Engineering Paper,
3rd position in Team Spirit.
He has also achieved the best Paper award at the GIST Asian Science, Engineering & Technology Conference.
He has been working as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA from Nov 2020 – March 2022.
He worked as a Graduate Research Assistant at the University of Alabama, AL from Aug 2016- Aug 2020.
He worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Alabama, AL from Aug 2015- Dec 2016.
He worked as Assistant Engineer in NOVOAIR.
His Ph.D. dissertation Title was “Characterization and Modelling of Dual-Phase Thermoplastic Self Healing system for Fiber Reinforce Thermoset Composite Structures”.
He has numerous publications in several categories as composite structures (2021),
Journal of Polymers & Environment (2021),
Graphene Reinforced Carbon Fibre Epoxy Composites (2021),
Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Material and Structures (2021),
The behavior of Nanoclay Reinforced Carbon Fiber Epoxy Composites. Journal of Composite Materials (2020).
Uncertainty Analysis of Self-healed Composites with Machine Learning as Part of DDDAS.
International Conference on Dynamic Data Driven Application Systems (2020),
Repeatable self-healing of thermosetting fiber reinforced polymer composites with thermoplastic healing, Smart Materials, and Structures (2019), etc.
Information: Muntasir Ahmad Nasif