Muhammad Abdul Wahab is currently pursuing his
PhD in the School
of Electrical and Computer Engineering, at Purdue University, West
Layayette. He is a memeber of Prof. Muhammad
Ashraful Alam's CEED
Group. Muhammad Abdul Wahab's current
research topic is device physics of aligned-array carbon
nanotubes (CNTs) transistors. He also has research
interest on graphene, graphene nanoribbon (GNR), MoS2,
WS2, ZnO, TiO2, InP, etc., materials based devices.
Before attending at Purdue University,
Muhammad Abdul Wahab, accomplished his B.Sc. and M.Sc.
engineering degrees from the School of Electrical
and Electronic Engineering at Bangladesh University of
Engineering and Technology (BUET) in the year of
2007 and 2010, respectively.
His Masters' research was on the modeling of the
ballistic single- and double-walled carbon nanotube
transistor with strain.
Muhammad Abdul Wahab is the recipient of
Honorable Mention Award in 2nd IEEE ED Bangladesh Student
Paper Contest, organized by IEEE Electron Devices Society
Bangladesh Chapter, Bangladesh
. In his
academic life, he received several awards including Dean
List Award (BUET) and University Merit Scholarship (BUET).
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