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Fellow
Shamsher Ali
Mohammad
Current position: 
Professor Emeritus, Southeast University and Executive Member(for Central and South Asia) of the TWAS Council(2019-2022)
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;. Ali-Bodmer alpha-alpha potential(named after me and Bodmer) is of interest also to Astro Physics and is being used since 1966 in researches on nuclear cluster models and on nucleo synthesis in Supernova.
Sustainable Development Goals: 
2 - Zero hunger
4 - Quality education
5 - Gender equality
7 - Affordable and clean energy
9 - Industry, innovation and infrastructure
12 - Responsible consumption and production
13 - Climate action
16 - Peace, justice and strong institutions
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 11/01/2019