Ajoy Kumar Saha
Department of Irrigation and Water Management,
Faculty of Agricultural Engineering and Technology,
Sylhet Agricultural University (SAU), Sylhet-3100 (Bangladesh)
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Master of Water Resources Engineering, KU Leuven (and VUB, Brussels), Belgium
Result: 77.79% marks (with great distinction)
Major courses: Groundwater Hydrology, Groundwater Modeling, GIS and Remote Sensing for Water Resources Engineering, Surface Water Hydrology, Hydrological Data Processing, Soil water Modeling, Irrigation Agronomy, Irrigation Design and management, Statistics for Water Engineering, Advance Mathematics for Water Engineering, Integrated Project: Arid Climate Case Study etc.
Master of Irrigation and Water Management, Department of Irrigation and Water Management. Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh.
Result: CGPA 3.773 out of 4
Major courses: Surface Water Hydrology, Soil Water Plant Relationship, River Engineering and Flood Management, Mathematics for Water Engineering, Open-channel Flow, Drainage Engineering, Irrigation System Design etc.
B. Sc. in Agricultural Engineering, Faculty of Agricultural Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh.
Results: CGPA 3.669 out of 4
Major courses: Fluid Mechanics, Hydraulics, Hydrology, Surface Water Hydrology, Hydraulic Engineering, Hydraulic Machinery, Ground Water Engineering, Ground Water Development, Water Resources Planning, Soil and Water Conservation Engineering, Environmental Engineering, and Land and Watershed Management etc.
Jan 2013 - Present
Assistant Professor, Department of Irrigation and Water Management, Faculty of Agricultural Engineering and Technology, Sylhet Agricultural University, Sylhet-3100, Bangladesh
Mar 2009 - Dec 2012
Upazila Agricultural Engineer, Department of Agricultural Extension, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of The People's Republic of Bangladesh, Bangladesh
Multi-model approach to quantify the conceptual model uncertainties in groundwater simulations in Bangladesh (Part of Master Thesis in Water Resources Engineering)
Identification of salt-sensitive stages of wheat
(Part of Master Thesis in Irrigation and Water Management)
Performance evaluation of low-cost material in removing pollutant from wastewater
(Part of B Sc. Thesis in Agricultural Engineering)
Mustafa, S. M. T, Hasan, M. M., Saha, A. K., Rannu, R. P., Uytven, E. V., Willems, P., and Huysmans, M., (Submitted, Under Review). Multi-model approach to quantify groundwater level prediction uncertainty using an ensemble of global climate models and multiple abstraction scenarios. Journal of hydrology.
Mojid, M. A., Mia, M. S., Saha, A. K. and Tabriz, S. S., 2013. Growth stage sensitivity of wheat to irrigation water salinity. Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, 11(1), pp.147–152.
Saha, A. K., Rahman, M. J., Mia, M. S. and Singha, A., 2014. Performance evaluation of low-cost materials in removing pollutants from wastewater. Journal of the Sylhet Agricultural University, 1(1), pp.123-130.
Singha, A., Ahmed, M., Saha, A. K. and Mia, M. S., 2014. Installation and performance evaluation of shallow tubewell at a haor area of Netrokona district. Journal of the Sylhet Agricultural University, 1(1), pp.107-116.
Environment and Climate Change Impact Assessment on Agriculture and Water Resources
Irrigation Design and Soil-Crop-Water Modelling
Groundwater Modelling, Model Uncertainty Analysis and Planning for Sustainable Management
Analysis of Agricultural Field hydrology, Drainage Design, River Routing
Surface Water Modelling and Model Uncertainty Analysis
Flood modeling and Risk Assessment etc.