My journey from a PhD student at Hokkaido University to a postdoctoral research fellow in CANADA
– I-HoP : My journey from a PhD student at Hokkaido University to a postdoctoral research fellow in CANADA (8/2) –
This transferable skills seminar is targeted Hokkaido University current DC, PD and MC. Seminar will be conducted in English.
This is the alumni lecture from CANADA!!
Do not miss this special opportunity.
-Career path and personal story
-What I did for job hunting for postdoc positions abroad
-Take home message and pointers for the students who would like to work abroad after graduation
■ Seminar date
8/2(Tue.) 11:00-12:00 (JST) Online
*Live from CANADA
MD AL IMRAN, Ph.D
The University of British Columbia, Canada
2022-Present, Post-doctoral Fellow at The University of British Columbia, Canada
2021 Ph.D., Sustainable Resources Engineering, Hokkaido University
2018 MS, Sustainable Resources Engineering, Hokkaido University
2014 MS, Environmental Science, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh
2011 B.Sc.Ag., Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Bangladesh
MD AL IMRAN, Ph.D., is a postdoctoral fellow at The University of British Columbia, Canada. His research focused on nature based sustainable approach for mine waste stabilization.
Upon graduation, he was awarded a MEXT scholarship (2016-2018) from the Government of Japan to pursue his master’s degree in Sustainable Resources Engineering at Hokkaido University.
During his study he was also awarded with best student award from his division in 2018. Dr. Imran went on to earn his Ph.D. in from the same division at Hokkaido University where he focused on soil and/or ground improvement using biocementation technology. As a recognition he was also awarded with KUBOTA grant and Mitsubishi scholarship.
Hokkaido University DC,PD and MC
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:For more details
By 7/26 (Tue.) 16:00
■ Maximum number of participants