Profile of Md Abdul Munnaf

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Md Abdul Munnaf

Assistant Professor

Department of Agricultural & Industrial Engineering (AIE)

Faculty of Engineering

Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Dinajpur.

E-mail: munnaf_017@hstu.ac.bd


CAREER OBJECTIVE

    Heartiest passion is to do engineering in agriculture for the betterment of humanity.

RESEARCH INTEREST

    Precision Agriculture, Machine Vision, Proximal and Remote Sensing Technologies, Farm Mechatronics, Farm Machinery, Agrosystem modeling.

EDUCATION

  1. MSc in Farm Power and Machinery, 2013

    Bangladesh Agricultural University

  2. BSc in Agricultural Engineering, 2011

    Bangladesh Agricultural University


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

  1. Assistant Professor
    Dept. of Agricultural and Industrial Engineering, HSTU

    August 18, 2015 to Present

  2. Lecturer
    Dept. of Agricultural and Industrial Engineering, HSTU

    August 18, 2013 to August 17, 2015

  3. Assistant Engineer
    Bangladesh Agricultural Development Corporation

    November 27, 2011 to August 17, 2013


PUBLICATIONS

Journal Papers

  1. Map-based site-specific seeding of seed potato production by fusion of proximal and remote sensing data


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  2. Map-based site-specific seeding of consumption potato production using high-resolution soil and crop data fusion


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  3. Machine Learning Based On-Line Prediction of Soil Organic Carbon after Removal of Soil Moisture Effect


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  4. Estimation of Secondary Soil Properties by Fusion of Laboratory and On-Line Measured Vis–NIR Spectra


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  5. A combined data mining approach for on-line prediction of key soil quality indicators by Vis-NIR spectroscopy


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  6. Site-specific seeding using multi-sensor and data fusion techniques: A review


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  7. Bala B.K., Munnaf M.A., Ruma F.Y. Alam M.S (2012) Modelling of climate change impacts on agriculture, forestry and fishery. A scientific journal of COMSATS-Science vision, Vol.18 No.1&2, p21-28



  8. Munnaf M.A., Ruma F.Y., Bala B.K (2013) Climate change impacts on rice and wheat production in Mymensingh and Dinajpur. Journal of farm machinery and bio-resources engineering, Vol.6No.1&2.,p41-50




  9. Munnaf M.A., Hossain M.M., Ruma F.Y, (2014) Techno-economic performance of imported Kukje self-propelled rice transplanter. Journal of Bangladesh Agricultural University research system,Vol. 12. No.1, p161-166.



  10. Sarker S., Mahmud M.S., Kabir A.B.M.H., Sarker M.K.U., Munnaf M.A.,(2016) Selection of suitable tillage pattern for fuel economy. Research journal of agriculture and forestry sciences, Vol. 4.No.4,p-1-4




SCHOLARSHIPS

  1. PhD scholarship in Site-specific Soil and Crop Management

    Funded by: Flemish Scientific Research, Belgium


PROJECTS

  1. Investigation of the characteristics and risk factors associated with fetal farm and agricultural injuries in Bangladesh.

    Funded by: National Institute of Science and Technology, Bangladesh

    Position: Co-supervisor

    Description: A survey data driven research project is taken to investigation of the characteristics and risk factors associated with fetal farm and agricultural injuries in Bangladesh.

  2. Evaluation of Mechanical Rice Transplanter Under Various Tillage Options for Rice Based Cropping Systems

    Funded by: Dept. of Agricultural and Industrial Engineering, HSTU

    Position: Supervisor

    Description: A group of three undergraduate students conducted this mentioned project work for the partial fulfillment of their graduation in B.Sc Agricultural Engineering. Actually the project aim at to select a suitable means of tillage options for rice based cropping systems in case of machine transplanting technique.

  3. Improvement and Evaluation of Low-Cost Electric Seed Broadcasting Machine

    Funded by: Dept. of Agricultural and Industrial Engineering, HSTU

    Position: Co-supervisor

    Description: A project work aiming to partial fulfillment of BSc. in Agricultural Engineering was conducted by a group of three undergraduate students. Finally the research reflected an efficient means of seed broadcasting using a Low-Cost Electric Seed Broadcasting Machine.


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