Department of Civil Engineering, Academic building 2, ground floor, Room no 105.

Md. Aminul Haque

Assistant Professor (on study leave)

Research Area: Magnesium Phosphate Cement composites, eco-friendly construction materials Toxic waste management through S/S process

Teaching Interests: Engineering Materials, Engineering Materials Sessional, Research Methodology, Solid Mechanics II, Structural Analysis III.

Research Description

I am working on Engineering Materials. I am generally interested to work on solid waste materials for sustainable reuse in construction sectors. On this area, I have been working during the last 8 years and published more than 18 articles (till 2019) in various recognized journals related to the scope.


  • PhD (on going)Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China
  • M. Sc.Disaster and Environmental Engineering (2013), Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh.
  • B. Sc.Civil and Environmental Engineering (2008), Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh.


  • Engineering properties and microstructure analysis of magnesium phosphate cement mortar containing bentonite clay, BC Xiangyang Man, M. Aminul Haque Construction and Building Materials 227, 116656, 2019.
  • Strength development in fine-grained paddy field soil by lime addition SD Shriful Islam, N.M. Robiul Hoque, M. Aminul Haque, Partha N.Mishra, M.M.H. Journal of Building Engineering 26, 100857, 2019.
  • Development of a sustainable and innovant hygrothermal bio-composite featuring the enhanced mechanical properties SFAS Muhammad Riaz Ahmad, Bing Chen, M. Aminul Haque, Journal of Cleaner Production 229, 128-143.
  • Evaluating the physical and strength properties of fibre reinforced magnesium phosphate cement mortar considering mass loss SFAS M. Aminul Haque, Bing Chen, Muhammad Riaz Ahmad Construction and Building Materials 217, 427-440, 2019.
  • Immobilization possibility of tannery wastewater contaminants in the tiles fixing mortars for eco-friendly land disposal SI M. Aminul Haque, Rakib Ahmed Chowdhury, Wafa Arbab Chowdhury, Ashraful, Journal of Environmental Management 242, 298-308, 2019.
  • Research progresses on magnesium phosphate cement: A review BC M. Aminul Haque Construction and Building Materials 211, 885-898, 2019.
  • Haque, M. A., Chowdhury, R. A., Islam, S., Islam, M. F., Rahman, H., 2019. Evaluating the conventional mixing grades of demolished tiles aggregate concrete and mortar for sustainable use. Journal of Cleaner Production (Elsevier) 213 (2019) 1414-1427 (Impact Factor: 5.65). Link:
  • 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. Link:
  • Haque, M. A., Rasel-Ul-Alam, M., 2018. Non-linear models for the prediction of specified design strengths of concretes development profile. “HBRC journal” (Egypt) (Production and hosting by Elsevier), 14(2) 123-136. Link:
  • Haque, M. A., 2017. Effects of specimen size and mix ratio on the nickel migration behavior of landfill waste mixed mortar. Journal of Environmental Management (Elsevier), 190, 290-301. Impact Factor: 3.131. Link:
  • Haque, M. A., 2016. Assessment of nickel leaching phenomena from landfill waste mixed paving block for eco-friendly field application. Journal of Cleaner Production (Elsevier). 139, 99-112. Impact Factor: 4.959. Link:
  • Haque, M. A., 2016. A Statistical Comparison of Mathematical Models for Heavy Metal Leaching Phenomena from Solidified Landfill Waste Mortar. “Chemical product and process modeling“(De Gruyter). 11(2), 167–183. Link: DOI:10.1515/cppm-2015-0046.
  • Haque, M. A., Hoque, M. A., 2016. Assessment on Non-linear Models for Demonstrating Heavy Metals Release Behavior from Solid Waste Block. “Journal of Solid Waste Technology and Management” (Solidwaste org., USA). 42(2), 157-168
  • Hoque, M. A., Haque, M. A., 2015. Optimising the mixing proportion of solidified landfill waste for sustainable reuse in paving block construction. “Journal of Environment and Waste Management” (Inderscience).16(3), 234-247.

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