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Dr. Muhammad Munir Islam, Professor of Physics, University of Connecticut, USA was born on 18 May, 1936 in Chittagong, Bangladesh, a naturalized U. S. citizen.
He obtained B.Sc. with Honors (1956) Dhaka University, M.Sc. (1957) Dhaka University; Ph.D. (1961) Imperial College, University of London, UK; DIC (1961), Imperial College, U K.
Dr. Islam was Overseas Scholar (1958 - 1961), Royal Commission, London, UK; Research Assistant (1961 - 1962), Imperial College, University of London, UK; Research Associate (1962 - 1965), Brown University; Assistant Professor, (1965 - 1967), Brown University; Assistant Professor (1967 - 1970), University of Connecticut; Associate Professor (1970 - 1975), University of Connecticut; Professor (1975), University of Connecticut; Visiting Scientist (1968), Center for Theoretical Physics, in Missachuset Institute of Technology (Summer); Visiting Scientist (1971), International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy (Summer); Visiting Scientist (1974 - 1975), Centre d' Et udes Necleaires de Saclay, France; Visiting Professor (1981 - 1983), Department of Physics, Dhaka University, Bangladesh; Visiting Scientist (1983 - 1985), CERN EP Division (Summer); Visiting Scientist (1986 - 1987) CERN TH Division (Summer); Research Affiliate (1990), Center for Theoretical Physics, Yale University (Sabbatical leave, Spring semester); Visiting Scientist (1991), Institute for High Energy Physics, Protvino, U.S.S.R. (Summer); Visiting Scientist (1996), Center for Theoretical Physics, MT (Sabbatical leave, Fall semester).
His research interests are Theoretical Particle Physics; High Energy Scattering, Nucleon Structure, Quantum Field Theory.
Dr. Islam earned Fellowship as the Best Student of the Year Award, Dhaka University (1956); Exhibition Scholar, Royal Commission (1958 - 1961), UK; Fellow of American Physical Society.
He has more than 60 research publications in journals and conference proceedings; Invited lectureship, University of Colorado Summer Institute, 1967; 14th Summer Institute, Theoretical Physics, University of Colorado, 1971.
He was Member, Organizing Committee and Board of Editors for the American Physical Society, Divisional Meeting at Storrs, 1988; Member, International Advisory Committee, Baryons, 1992 (International Conference on the Structure of Baryons and Related Masons), Yale University, 1992; Guest Editor, Foundations of Physics, Vol. 30 (Nos., 3, 4, 5), 2000.
He is Fellow of the American Physical Society, 1980 and an Expartiate Fellow of BAS.
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