I am an Academic Discipline lead and Lecturer in the Mechanical Engineering at CQUniversity, located in Cairns. My area of teaching and research are:
Heat and mass transfer applications,
Renewable energy technologies,
Dynamic control systems,
Computational fluid dynamics and modelling.
Nur M. S. Hassan obtained his PhD in Engineering from Central Queensland University, Australia in 2011. He holds BSc degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science and is a recognized expert in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) at Central Queensland University. Dr Hassan has a strong track record of undertaking and supervising projects dealing with fundamental and applied research in the area of sustainable energy systems and technologies focusing on the modelling and experimental investigation of fluid flows systems, heat transfer and analysis of renewable energy technology including production of bio-fuels.
CQUniversity, Educator of the year (2018) - Commendation;
CQUniversity, On-Campus Educator of the year (2018) - Commendation;
CQUniversity, AVC’s (Cairns) Quiet Achiever Award ( 2017);
CQUniversity, VC's Publication Recognition Award (2016) ;
CQUniversity, AVC’s (Cairns) Quiet Achiever Award ( 2016);
Member, Mining Electrical and Mining mechanical Society (MEMMES)
Member, Australian Fluid and Thermal Engineering Society (AFTES)
Member, Australian Society of Rheology (ASR)
Member, Engineering Professionals Queensland
Member, Australasian Fluid Mechanics Society (AFMS)
Member, Australasian Association of Engineering Education (AAEE)
Member, Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers (IEEE)
Life member, Institute of Engineers of Bangladesh (MIEB)
C, Java programming, Visual Basic, MatLab, ANSYS-Fluent, Design Modeller.
I am currently accredited for supervision in the following:
At the level of Principal Supervisor
Mechanical Engineering - Mechanical Engineering not elsewhere classified