Professional Experiences

1. Civil Engineer- Traffic, KMA Consulting Engineers Inc., Cherry Hill, NJ.
From April 2018 to Present
My responsibilities are to prepare engineering drawings, calculations, reports, and other related engineering tasks. In addition, I assist in the layout of horizontal and vertical geometries, design of ADA compliant facilities, cost estimation, traffic analysis and design, traffic control design, constructability, construction specifications, design plans, utilities, right-of-way investigations, attend client meetings, and prepare NJDOT/NJTA/County project packages.
Supervisor: John Eric Henson, P.E.

2. Teaching Assistant, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering, Rowan University, NJ.
From January 2017 to March 2018
As a teaching assistant, my responsibilities are to perform teaching or teaching-related duties to assist professors. I prepare lectures, grade the tests, and assist undergraduate students in three major civil engineering classes as a Teaching Assistant.
Courses: CEE 08361 Transportation Engineering (Spring 2016 and Spring 2017)
             CEE 08312 Sustainable Civil and Environmental Engineering (Spring 2017)
             CEE 08311 Environmental Engineering (Fall 2017)

3. Graduate Research Assistant,
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering, Rowan University, NJ.
From January 2015 to March 2018
As a graduate research assistant, I am currently involved in many projects which are funded by DOT. It is found that autonomous vehicles were involved in more than 9 minor crashes and 2700 disengagements during 460 hundreds miles of autonomous driving in the year of 2015 (Source: California DMV). I have developed a fault-tree based analysis framework to identify risks related to those crashes and disengagements. I have also prepared survey tools based on the Delphi method to scale the identified autonomous vehicle deployment policies by integrating data collected from subject matter experts (SMEs). Currently I am working on the development of a traffic micro simulation model using PTV VISSIM to model autonomous vehicles in a mixed traffic stream. Besides these, I am also working on signal optimization using Genetic Algorithm (GA) and development of evacuation routing in a connected vehicles environment.
Supervisor: Dr. Parth Bhavsar

4. Civil Engineer, IRG Development Services Ltd., Dhaka, Bangladesh
From July 2014 to January 2015
IRG Development Services Ltd. is one of the leading consultancy firms in Bangladesh. As a Civil Engineer, my responsibilities were to prepare project proposals for UNDP Bangladesh, Bangladesh Government, and other non-Government agencies according to their requirements. Later, on the basis of the proposal, the survey questionnaire and tools were prepared along with participants' selections. It was also my responsibility to monitor the accomplishment of desired goals and submit the project deliverables.

5. Design Engineer, Eco Tec Builders Limited, Dhaka, Bangladesh
From March 2014 to July 2014 
My responsibilities included the design of factory buildings and residential buildings, and estimate the cost of those designed structures. Steel structures were designed using STAAD-Pro and concrete structures were designed using ETABS. Here, my main responsibility was not only to design economically, but also design eco-friendly and sustainable structures.

6. Research Assistant,
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh
From February 2013 to August 2013
My responsibilities were to develop a National Action Plan (NAP) for reduction of Short Lived Climate Pollutants (SLCP); such as black carbon, methane, etc. It was a Government funded project
in collaboration  with Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) & Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), led by Department of Environment (DoE), Ministry of Environment and Forest, Bangladesh. For this project, I had collected required data to model current scenarios in LEAP model and then run the model to predict the pollutant emission rates for 2025 and 2030. For developing required policies to reduce these emission rates, the DoE organized workshops to discuss with stakeholders. Based on their suggestions, our team prepared the draft National Action Plan for reduction of SLCP emission rates in the future.
Supervisor: Dr. Tanvir Ahmend and Dr. Md. Ashraf Ali