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Fellow
Shamsher Ali
Mohammad
Current position: 
Professor Emeritus, Southeast University
Current nationality: 
Bangladesh
Current residence: 
Bangladesh
Affiliation/Institution: 
Southeast University,
Biodata: 
Shamsher Ali (PhD from Manchester University, UK, 1965) was President of Bangladesh Academy of Sciences (BAS) (2004-12); Founder Vice-Chancellor of Bangladesh Open University (1992-96); Founder Vice-Chancellor, Southeast University, Dhaka (2002-10); Professor of Physics, DU (Dhaka University: 1982-2006); served the Atomic Energy Commission (1961-1982); was Director, Atomic Energy Centre, Dhaka (1970-78); is now life-long Honorary Professor of Physics (DU), Professor Emeritus, Southeast University; Awards include Hari Prasanna Roy Gold Medal, DU; BAS Senior Gold Medal; Khan Bahadur Ahsanullah Gold Medal and TWNSO and ROCASA Award for Communicating Science to the Public [see Springer (Opportunities and Challenges for the Asia-Pacific Region, Editors: Tan Wee Hin, Leo, Subramaniam, R. (Eds.)];; elected to Honorary Fellowship (the highest award) of World Innovation Foundation (HQ in UK) founded by Nobel Laureate Dr. Glenn Seaborg; Fellow, Islamic World Academy of Sciences and BAS; visited and worked in a number of research institutions in Europe and America. Ali-Bodmer alpha-alpha potential of interest also to Astro Physics is being used since 1966 in researches on cluster models;
Sustainable Development Goals: 
4 - Quality education
5 - Gender equality
7 - Affordable and clean energy
9 - Industry, innovation and infrastructure
Keywords: 
Nuclear Physics; Hypernuclear Physics; Quantum Mechanics; Mathematical Methods of Physics; Physics and Science Education; Communicating Science and Technology through Printed Media; Radio and TV; Studies of Science and Religion;
Elected
1989
Section:
09-Physics
Last updated on 05/03/2018