Mohammed Muzibur Rahman


Dr. Mohammed Muzibur Rahman is a highly esteemed scientist specializing in Materials and Biomaterials. He currently serves as an Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry at King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia, a position he has held since 2014. Prior to this role, Dr. Rahman joined King Abdulaziz University as an Assistant Professor in 2011 after serving two years in a similar capacity at Najran University, Saudi Arabia.

Dr. Rahman completed his academic journey with a B.Sc. in Chemistry in 1999 and an M.Sc. in Physical Chemistry in 2002 from Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Bangladesh. He obtained his Ph.D. degree from Chonbuk National University, South Korea, in 2007. Following his doctoral studies, Dr. Rahman pursued postdoctoral research fellowships at Pusan National University, South Korea (2007-2008), and Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan (2008-2009), where he further honed his expertise in materials science and biomaterials.

Throughout his career, Dr. Rahman has made significant contributions to the field, focusing on research areas such as physical chemistry, biomaterials, and materials science. His academic pursuits and research have earned him recognition globally, positioning him as a leading authority in his field.

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His research interests are in the field of nanotechnology, semiconductor materials, bio- & chemo- sensors, self-assembled mono layers, nano-composites, conductive polymers, carbon nano tubes, ferrocene moieties, photo catalysis, and smart micro- & Bio-chips.

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