Mr. Imran Khan graduated in Civil Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology in April 2012. Currently he is pursuing M.Sc. in Water Resources Engineering from the same university.
Since joining IWM in 2012, Mr. Imran Khan was involved in number of important water resources projects including Jamuna Multipurpose Bridge Monitoring, Tipaimukh Project. He is specialized in River morphology, Bank protection works, Local scour computation, Sediment transport, Dredging, Hydraulic modelling with MIKE 3, MIKE21C, MIKE 11, MIKE 21FM, MIKE Flood tools of DHI, Water and Environment. He is also proficient in use of a variety of hydraulic, hydrological and GIS software.
Mr. Imran Khan has received specialized training in mathematical modelling on MIKE11, MIKE 3 and ArcGIS. He has also received training on â€œBathymetric Surveyâ€, â€œRiver Erosion Managementâ€ and provided training to various professionals on morphological modelling by using MIKE21C. A list of his published works is provided below: Journal Papers: â€¢ Muhammad Anowar Saadat, Mir Abdus Subhan, Imran Khan ;â€œApplication of mathematical model for assessment of river morphology: A case study of Titas riverâ€, ESTEEM Academic Journal, Vol. 11, Special Issue 1, March 2015, 165-172 (2015) â€¢ Imran Khan, Muneer Ahamaad, Shiblu Sarker; â€œA study on River Bank Erosion of Jamuna River using GIS and Remote Sensing Technologyâ€, IJEDRâ€“ Volume 2 Issue 4, ISSN: 2321-9939 Conference Proceedings: â€¢ Imran Khan; â€œHydraulic and Morphological Impact Assessment Of Capital Dredging in the Ganges River Using HEC-RASâ€, Proceedings of ICCESD-2014, KUET, Khulna, Bangladesh (2014)
â€¢ Monitoring of Hydraulic and Morphological Conditions for the Safety of the Jamuna Multipurpose Bridge; â€¢ Two-dimensional modelling of the Surma-Kushiyara in connection with the Hydrological Study of Tipaimukh Project â€¢ Hydro-morphological Study of the Datbhanga River and the adjoining area of the River at 18th km & Jharkata River at 19th km of Jamalpur-Madarganj Road under Jamalpur Road Division â€¢ Updating of Final Report (May 2008) â€“ Mathematical Model Study for Protection of Baguria, Syedpur of Gaibandha Sadar Upazilla and Kanchipara, Balashighat of Fulchari Upazilla under Gaibandha district from Erosion of the Jamuna River â€¢ Feasibility Study for the Re-excavation of Titas River (Upper) under Brahmanbaria District â€¢ Mathematical Morphological Modelling in connection with Sustainable River Management Plan for Main Rivers, Distributaries and Tributaries in Bangladesh etc. â€¢ Hydro-morphological studies for LGED 9 bridges in the South West Region