Dr. Engr. Md. Hasan Ikbal

Associate Professor & Head, Department of Apparel Manufacturing & Technology, BUFT



About Dr. Hasan

Dr. Hasan currently holds the position of Associate Professor and Head of Department of Apparel Manufacturing & Technology at BGMEA University of Fashion & Technology (BUFT), Bangladesh.

Dr. Hasan received his doctorate (PhD in Textile Engineering) in 2016 from Donghua University of China. He has been working in research and higher education for the last ten years. His research interests include smart materials, shape memory polymers, advanced composite materials, nano-composite materials, CNTs and graphene nano sheets, multi-functional composite materials, high performance textiles, finite element analysis & simulations, storage materials of different gases, recovery technology of resources, management of solid waste and wastewater, life-cycle analysis, effluent treatment, reuse of wastewater, sustainable development, sustainability in textile value chain, green manufacturing, etc.

Dr. Ikbal is a highly motivated individual and has been very successfully coordinating few EU projects (HEST-Germany, REMC-GIZ, Germany) at BUFT. He successfully coordinated the Danish funded Step Up+ Project in collaboration with Danida, DM&T and Sociability of Denmark. He is the Additional Director of Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) at BUFT.


Teaching/Research Specialization

Dr. Hasan has more than ten years of experience in the fields of teaching, industries and project management, research and development.

He happened to work under two projects as a research fellow funded by the Government of the People’s Republic of China and Shanghai Local Government, China

  • Research on Unidirectional Non-Crimp Glass-Carbon Hybrid Composites for Automobiles, funded by Science and Technology Commission of Shanghai Municipality (Funding no.: 15XD1524700).
  • Research on Glass-Carbon Hybrid Composites for Automobiles and Wind Turbine Blades and Simulation Practices funded by Shanghai Municipal Commission of Economy and Informatization (Funding no.: CXY-2013-11).
Publications (Most recent)

[01]. Md. Hasan Ikbal, Azzam Ahmed, Wang Qingtao, Zeng Shuai, and Li Wei, Hybrid composites made of unidirectional T600S carbon and E-glass fabrics under quasi- static loading. Journal of Industrial Textiles, 2016. 46(7): p. 1511 - 1535.

[02]. Hasan Ikbal, Qingtao Wang, Ahmed Azzam, Wei Li, Effect of hybrid ratio and laminate geometry on compressive properties of carbon/glass hybrid composites. Fibers and Polymers, 2016. 17 (1): p. 117 - 129.

[03]. Md. Hasan Ikbal and Li Wei, Effect of proportion of carbon fiber content and the dispersion of two fiber types on tensile and compressive properties of intra-layer hybrid composites. Textile Research Journal, 2016. 87(3): p. 305 - 328.

[04]. Hasan Ikbal, Q.T. Wang and W. Li, Effect of glass/carbon ratios and laminate geometry on flexural properties of glass/carbon fiber hybrid composites. Advances in Physics Research, 2016. DOI: 10.2991/meep - 15.2016.31.

[05]. Ikbal, H., Wang, Q., Azzam, A., et al., GF/CF hybrid laminates made through intra-tow hybridization for automobile applications. Fibers and Polymers, 2016. 17(9): p. 505 - 1521.

[06]. Md. Hasan Ikbal, Ayub Nabi Khan, SM Kamrul Hasan and Mukwaya Vincent, Study on effects of fiber weight fraction on physical and mechanical behaviour of jute epoxy composite laminates. Textile Focus, 2017. 2(4): p. 40 - 45.

[07]. Md. Hasan Ikbal, Ayub Nabi Khan and Li Wei, Hybrid composites made of T620S carbon and E-glass in epoxy resin under tensile and compressive loading. Bangladesh Textile Today, 2017. 10(5): p. 44 - 50.

[08]. Md. Hasan Ikbal, Ayuba Nabi Khan and Li Wei, Tensile Properties of Bidirectional Glass-Carbon Hybrid Composites: Part I, Textile Focus, 2018. 3(4): P. 44-49.

[09]. Md. Hasan Ikbal, SM Kamrul Hasan and Li Wei, Mechanical Properties of Jute/Glass Fiber Reinforced Hybrid Composites in Epoxy Resin Matrix, Textile Focus, 2017. 2(6): P. 51-56.

[10]. Azzam Ahmed, Zhou Bingjie, Md. Hasan Ikbal, Wang Qingtao, Akampumuza Obed and Li Wei, Experimental Study on the Effects of Stacking Sequence on Low Velocity Impact and Quasi-Static Response of Foam Sandwich Composite Structures. Advances in Structural Engineering, 2015. 18(11) p. 1789 - 1806.

[11]. Morshed, A. M., Helal Uddin and M.H. Ikbal, Approaches for Enzymatically Generated Fabric-care Benefits: New and Exciting Frontiers for Detergent Enzymes. Bangladesh Textile Today, 2010. 1(1): P. 56 - 62.

[12]. Morshed, A. M., M. H. Ikbal, and S. M. Hasan. Impact of nanotechnology in the arena of textile apparel finishing. Bangladesh Textile Today, 2010. 3(3): p. 53 - 57.

[13]. Hamzah, M. A., Islam, A., Rahman, M. Z., Ikbal, M. H., Talukder, M. E., & Hasan, K., A Comprehensive Analysis on the Efficacy of Antimicrobial Textiles. International Journal of Textile Science, 2015. 4(6): p. 137 - 145.

[14]. I. Amos, Q. Wang, Ikbal, M. H., W Li, Pseudo-Ductile Behavior of Glass/Carbon Fiber Hybrid Composite with Carbon/Epoxy Platelets. Carbon, 2017. 40(50a): p. 44 - 48.

[15]. Ikbal, M. H.,Influence of Dyeing Parameters on raised 2-thread and 3-thread fleece fabrics knitted with cotton and cotton-polyester blended yarns, 2020 (in press).

[16]. Ikbal, M. H.,Fiber Migration and Pilling of raised 3-thread fleece fabrics knitted with pure cotton and cotton-polyester blended yarns, 2020 (in press).

[17]. Hasan M. Z., Alam M.R., Mahedi K. M. M. R and Ikbal M.H., Development of a sustainable approach for cotton knitted fabric dyeing by terminalia catappa seed pericarp, Mediterranean Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 2020. 3(2): P. 36-46.

[18]. Ikbal, M.H., Effects of Jute Fiber Modification on Mechanical Properties of Jute Fiber Composites Reinforced in Epoxy Matrix, ICTAF 2020, 2020. (submitted).

[19]. Ikbal, M.H., Colour-fading effects in denim induced by CO2 laser treatment with that induced by a bio-catalytic method, ICTAF 2020, 2020. (submitted).

Skills


Research
85
Teaching
90
Management
95
Communication
100