Shohanuzzaman Shohan

Advisor: Dr. Rohan Shirwaiker

 

Research Interests

Shohanuzzaman Shohan’s research is focused on the area of biomedical manufacturing. He is applying data-driven decision-making approaches in the tissue engineering and regenerative medicine field using machine learning techniques to ensure the quality and functionality of tissue-engineered medical products (TEMPs). Part of his research also focuses on scalable tissue manufacturing systems, where he is developing a novel tissue bioreactor system that ensures the continued growth of lab-developed tissue and allows real-time nondestructive quality monitoring.

Shohan is currently serving as the president of the society of manufacturing engineers (SME) student chapter at NCSU. Previously he has served as the vice president of SME. He is also an active associate member of the Comparative Medicine Institute (CMI) at NC State.

Education

DegreeProgramSchoolYear
Expected GraduationFall 2022
MSCMaster of Science in Industrial & Production EngineeringBangladesh University of Engineering & Technology2018
BSCIndustrial & Production EngineeringKhulna University of Engineering & Technology2015

Honors and Awards

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  • 2021 | Summer Graduate Merit Award
  • 2020 | Winner of Research Grant Mentor Competition for Young Scholars Program

Publications

Building theory of green supply chain management for the chemical industry An emerging economy context
Shohan, S., Ali, S. M., Kabir, G., Ahmed, S. K. K., Haque, T., & Suhi, S. A. (2020), MANAGEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY. https://doi.org/10.1108/MEQ-11-2019-0239
Green supply chain management in the chemical industry: structural framework of drivers
Shohan, S., Ali, S. M., Kabir, G., Ahmed, S. K. K., Suhi, S. A., & Haque, T. (2019), INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND WORLD ECOLOGY, 26(8), 752–768. https://doi.org/10.1080/13504509.2019.1674406

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Shohanuzzaman Shohan