Mamun Mollah



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Personal profile


Completed a PhD from the Schoold of Chemistry, Monash University, Australia, in which studied for innovative techniques to produce blast furnace (BF) coke substitute from lignite. I have more than three years’ experience in analytical chemistry/laboratory science in an Australian Government analytical laboratory (National Measurement Institute, NMI). In MSc studies, research was carried out to produce low cost phenolic resins and plastics. I have published journal papers and a provisional patent has been filed in Australia.
Currently working in the School of Chemistry in Monash University as a research fellow; novel techniques for carbon fibre from lignite. As a teaching associate for undergraduates, I teach undergraduate students in classroom environment, supervise and demonstrate chemistry practical classes in laboratories. As a lab manager, I maintain lab safety, manage a range of lab instruments, provide induction/training to students and researchers and support in experimetns for research.
I am always interested for new opportunities.

Education/Academic qualification


31 Mar 202130 Sep 2015

Award Date: 15 Sep 2015

Chemistry , MSc by research, Jagannath University

1 Jan 19993 Oct 2003

Award Date: 3 Oct 2003

Chemistry, BSc Honours, Jagannath University

Award Date: 3 Oct 2001

External positions

Laboratory service coordinator , National Measurement Institute

3 Apr 200831 Aug 2012

Research area keywords

  • Carbon fibre
  • Lignite
  • Coal
  • Metallurgical Coke
  • Brown coal
  • Polymer Chemistry
  • Coal science


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