I am a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography. I’m working in the Hurricane Research Group under the advisement of Dr. Isaac Ginis. My research focuses on improving the surface wind forecast during the landfall of hurricanes. As part of that project, I am developing a physics-based three-dimensional Hurricane Boundary Layer (HBL) wind model that simulates the surface wind during landfall considering the frictional effect of local land cover characteristics. A demonstration of the HBL model simulated surface wind for Hurricane Michael (2018) in 1km resolution can be viewd here.
My CV is available here
PhD in Oceanography, (2018 - present)
University of Rhode Island, RI
MSc in Coastal Marine and Wetland Studies, 2017
Coastal Carolina University, SC
BSc in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2013
Islamic University of Technology, Bangladesh