Md Atiqur Rahman

Junior Specialist
Contact No.: 01717888569

Career Summary

Mr. Md. Atiqur Rahman, has completed his M.Sc. in Water Science and Engineering with specialization in Hydrology and Water Resources in IHE-DELFT in the Netherlands. He has used Mike-SHE software to develop a hydrological model in the Upper Mara Basin in Kenya.

Mr. Rahman, has 10.5 years professional experience of which works as junior specialist for his entire working period. He has completed his B. Sc. From Department of Civil Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) in 2011. He joined a research and consultancy organization named CEGIS, which is a public trust under the Ministry of Water Resources of the Government of Bangladesh. During his working life, he has gathered experience in planning and designing projects, ESIA projects as well as river morphology, hydrology, river bank erosion, vulnerability and water resources parameters analysis. He has successfully completed his assigned tasks at “Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100”, Teesta Barrage Project Phase-II, unit-I as well as some morphological assessment projects like “MG Channel” and “24 Navigation Route”. He also has experience in preparing spatial database and spatial analysis using GIS, Source Identification and Mapping, Data Interpretation, Digital Elevation Model (DEM) Analysis, Map preparation etc. He is also capable of project management and quality control as well as research work and co-coordinating project activities with good interpersonal and communication skills.


M.Sc in Water Science and Engineering with Specialization in Hydrology and Water Resources, IHE-Delft, the Netherlands. B. Sc. in Civil Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET)

Area of Interest/Expertise

Hydrology, Water Resources, River Morphology, Climate Change


ntegrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Impacts in South West Coastal Zone of Bangladesh and Fact-Finding on Tidal River Management (TRM)
September 29, 2013

Abstract: The south west coastal zone of Bangladesh has been affected by rampant water logging due to vulnerable climate, silted rivers and stumpy terrain; and introduction of IWRM and TRM at some places of the zone has substantially safe- guarded the circumstance. This study aims to assess the benefits achieved due to implementation of IWRM in parts of Khulna and Jessore districts, and investigate some technical aspects evolving TRM. Analyses have been carried out using satellite images, RS and GIS technology, Digital Elevation Model (DEM) and field investigations. A mathemati- cal formulation has been made to assess rate of tidal sedimentation due to TRM and selection strategies of tidal basins. The study comes up with evidences of considerable advancements in regional livelihood i.e. flood resistance, cultivated lands, cultivable area, cropping intensities and food security due to IWRM. Moreover, the technical facts established on TRM would help planners to have vivid perception regarding the process.
Journal: Journal of Water Resource and Protection, 2013, 5, 953-961

Use of selected silica deposits of Bangladesh as standard sand in testing compressive strength of hydraulic cement mortars: A proposal for strength correlation
January 22, 2012

Abstract: An investigation is conducted to study the possibility of using selected silica deposits of Bangladesh as standard sand in testing compressive strength of hydraulic cements. To this end, silica sands collected from geo-referenced Dupi Tila formation of Bangladesh located near to ground surface were mechanically and chemically processed to remove physical and chemical impurities. Collected deposits show uniformity in grain size and mineralogical composition. X-ray diffraction analysis was conducted to determine chemical composition. Shape and surface morphology of the grains were observed in Scanning Electron Microscope. Cement cubes prepared using the sand samples were compared with those prepared with Ottawa sand in ASTM standard for compressive strength assessment. Finally strength correlations for the samples obtained after mechanical and chemical processing were established, which show close and dependable resemblance with Ottawa sand.
Journal: Journal of Civil Engineering (IEB), 40 (2) (2012) 181-202