Dr. Tariqul Islam
Dr. Tariqul Islam
Associate Professor
B. Sc. Agril Engg. (BAU); MS in FS (BAU); PhD in Environmental Engineering (China)

Tariqul Islam is working as an Associate Professor in the department of Agricultural Construction and Environmental Engineering (ACEE), Sylhet Agricultural University (SAU), Sylhet-3100, Bangladesh, from 01 January 2020 to till date. Previously he has Five (01/01/2015-31/12/2019) years working experience as an Assistant Professor and Two (01/01/2013-31/12/2014) years as Lecturer, in the department of Agricultural Construction and Environmental Engineering (ACEE), SAU, Sylhet-3100, Bangladesh. Doctor of Engineering/PhD in (Environmental Engineering) has been achieved from Ocean University of China (OUC), Qingdao, Shandong, China. Session: 2016-19. M. Sc. In Agricultural Construction and Environmental Engineering, Session: 2012-2013 and B. Sc. In Agricultural Engineering, Session: 2007-2011 have been done from Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh-2202, Bangladesh. PhD research thesis entitled “Investigation on Anionic and/or Cationic Dyes Removal Using Alginate Crosslinked Prunus avium Leaf Mediated Nanoparticles and Rice Husk Mediated Adsorbents”. M. Sc. research thesis entitled “Development of low cost arsenic and iron removal unit for potable water” and B. Sc. Final year project research entitled “Estimation of the demand of water and water losses in Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) campus”. Present research interest is in the field of water/wastewater treatment through adsorbents, synthesized by green methods.

Publication Profile:
  • Islam, T., Peng, C., Ali, I., Li, J., Khan, Z.M., Sultan, M., Naz, I., 2020. Synthesis of rice husk derived magnetic bio-char through liquefaction to adsorb anionic and cationic dyes from aqueous solutions. Arabian J. Sci. Engg. (First View-Online). (SCI).
  • Islam, T., Peng, C. 2019 Synthesis of carbon embedded silica and zeolite from rice husk to remove trace element from aqueous solutions: characterization, optimization and equilibrium studies. Sep. Sci. Tech. 2019; 1-14. (SCI).
  • Islam, T., Liu, J., Shen, G., Ye, T., Peng, C., 2018. Synthesis of chemically modified carbon embedded silica and zeolite from rice husk to adsorb crystal violet dye from aqueous solution. Appl. Ecol. Environ. Res. 16 (4): 3955-3967. (SCI).
  • Islam, T., Tong, Y., Peng, C., 2018. Adsorption of eriochrome black T dye using alginate crosslinked Prunus avium leaf mediated nanoparticles: characterization, optimization and equilibrium studies. Desal. Water. Treat. 131: 305-316. (SCI).
  • Islam, T., Peng, C., Ali, I., 2018. Morphological and cellular diversity of magnetotactic bacteria: A review. J. Basic. Micrbiol. 58: 378-389. (SCI).
  • Islam, T., Peng, C., Ali, I., Abbasi, I.A., 2018a. Comparative study on anionic and cationic dyes removal from aqueous solution using different plant mediated magnetic nano particles. Ind. J. G. M. Sci. 47:598-603. (SCI).
  • slam, T., Peng, C., Ali, I., Abbasi, I.A., 2018. Assessment of heavy metals and organic pollutants of wastewater in different region of Bangladesh. Ind. J. Geo Mar. Sci. 47 (12): 2552-2556. (SCI).
  • Ali, I., Peng, C., Naz, I., Khan, Z.M., Sultan, M., Islam, T., Abbasi, I.A., 2017. Phytogenic magnetic nanoparticles for wastewater treatment: a review. RSC Adv. 7:40158–40178. (SCI).
  • Ali, I., Peng, C., Khan, Z.M., Naz, I., Sultan, M., Ali, M., Abbasi, I.A., Islam, T., Ye, T., 2019. Overview of microbes based fabricated biogenic nanoparticles for water and wastewater treatment. J. Environ. Mang. 230: 128-150. (SCI).
  • Islam, T., Ali, I., Peng, C., Naz, I., 2019. Book Chapter: Bio-Nanocomposites for Wastewater Treatment. Aqua nanotechnology for application in ecosystem. Elsevier book series (July-2019). (Accepted) (SCI).
  • Islam T, Abedin M. Z, Rahman M. Z. and Rashid M. A., 2013. Development of low cost arsenic and iron removal unit for potable water. Bangladesh J. Agri. Engg. 24(1&2) 1-8; 2013.
  • Islam T, Kayshar M. S. and Akter F., 2013. An overview of demand and losses of water used in domestic purposes at Bangladesh agricultural university. Bangladesh J. Agriculturist. 6(1&2): 53-57, 2013.
  • Kayshar M. S, Khaliduzzaman, Rahman A. and Islam T., 2013. Analysis of physicochemical properties and effect of pulp on processed chutney of traditional, late and organic variety of pineapple. Bangladesh J. Agriculturist. 6(1&2): 17-22, 2013.
  • Hasan M.K, Islam T. and Saha K.K, 2014. A Study on traditional wheat storage facilities in flood prone areas under bhola district. J. Sylhet Agril. Univ. 1(2): 299-305, 2014.
  • Hasan M.K, Abedin M. Z, Islam T. and Rahman M.Z., 2015. Traditional rice storage facilities and options for safe storage: A study in some selected flood-prone areas under Bhola district. J. Bangladesh Agril. Univ. 13(1): 125-130, 2015.
  • Akter F, Farjana T, Islam T, Khanom T. F, Islam K. R. and Alim A., 2014. Seasonal distribution of Mosquitoes (Diptera:Culiciade) in Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) campus, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Bangladesh Vet J. 48 (1-4): 11-24, 2014.
Positions and Affiliations:
  • Associate professor