Engr. Md. Aminul Haque

Engr. Md. Aminul Haque

Assistant Professor and Former Head (Acting) (On Leave)
Civil Engineering

Contact Information

Cell Phone: +8801672005555


B. Sc. Engg. (Civil and Environment), SUST, Sylhet-3114, Bangladesh (2008).
M. Sc. Engg. (Disaster and Environment), SUST, Sylhet-3114, Bangladesh (2013).

Md. Aminul Haque is working as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Civil Engineering, Leading University, Sylhet-3100 (LUS), Bangladesh. He was appointed as a Lecturer in 2011 in the same Department. He received his 2 years’ research based MSc Engineering degree in Disaster and Environmental Engineering from Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) in 2013 and graduated with BSc Engineering degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the same University in 2008. He has more than 6 years of research experience in recycling of various wastes in green concrete manufacturing for sustainable application. Mr Haque has published over 13 technical papers in international journals and conferences. He has the experience in supervising undergraduate students.

Area of Study

  • Cement treated contaminated soils for eco-friendly land disposal
  • Contaminated waste like solid waste recycling as construction material in eco-friendly way adopting S/S techniques
  • Contaminant transport model of leachate from waste matrices
  • Prediction of concrete strength development profile with age adding bentonite clay and silica nanoparticles
  • Early strength development behavior of green concrete under high curing temperatures
  • Recycling of hazardous wastes as re-usable ingredient in concrete.
  • Use of demolished solid wastes in concrete technology
  • Self-consolidating concrete
  • Fiber reinforced concrete as high strength concrete performance


Peer-Reviewed article Haque, M. A., Bowmik, S., Jahin,  M. F., 2018.  Assessment of curing temperatures to early predict the 28-day mechanical properties for recycle aggregate mixed concrete production. Journal of Cleaner Production (Elsevier). 174, 1444-1463. Impact Factor: 5.715. Haque, M. A., 2017. Effects of specimen size and mix ratio on the nickel migration behavior of […]