Dr. Md. Aminul Islam

Senior Lecturer
nb.ude.dbu@malsi.lunima

Portfolio

Educational Qualifications: BSc, MSc (Rajshahi), PGD (ITC), MSc (NTNU), PhD (Tsukuba)

Research Interests

  • Seismic and well log interpretation
  • Petroleum Geology
  • Sequence Stratigraphy
  • Oil and Gas Field Geology
  • Reservoir Quality/Diagenesis
  • Petrophysic
  • Source and Reservoir Characterization

Teaching

  • SG-2301 Hydrogeology
  • SG-2305 Geophysics
  • SG-2308 Geology of Brunei and Surrounding Countries
  • SG-4306 Seismic Methods

Publications

  • Farhaduzzaman, M., Abdullah, W. H. & Islam, M. A. Petroleum source rock properties of the Neogene Bhuban shales, Bengal Basin, Bangladesh. Sains Malaysiana 44, 571–579 (2015).
  • Farhaduzzaman, M., Hasiah Abdullah, W. & Aminul Islam, M. Hydrocarbon source potential and depositional environment of the Surma Group shales of Bengal basin, Bangladesh. J. Geol. Soc. India 83, 433–446 (2014)
  • Islam, A. R. M. T., Islam, M. A., Haque, M. E. & Jahan, K. Interpretation of depositional environment of Miocene sequence using electrofacies analysis in the well Bakhrabad # 09, Bengal Basin. Int. J. Earth Sci. Eng. 7, 230–238 (2014).
  • Farhaduzzaman, M., Abdullah, W. H. & Islam, M. A. Petroleum source rock properties of surma group shales of Bengal basin, Bangladesh. in PGCE 2013 - Petroleum Geoscience Conference and Exhibition 2013: Innovative Geoscience: Securing Energy Needs (2013).
  • Farhaduzzaman, M., Abdullah, W. H., Islam, M. A. & Pearson, M. J. Organic facies variations and hydrocarbon generation potential of permian gondwana group coals and associated sediments, barapukuria and dighipara basins, nw bangladesh. J. Pet. Geol. 36, 117–137 (2013).