Nadia Binte Mohammad



Department of Civil Engineering

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering, BUET, 2021

Ms. Nadia Binte Mohammad has been a Lecturer at UAP since July 2021. Before joining UAP she served as an intern at the Transportation Division at the United Nations ESCAP.

She completed her BSc in Civil Engineering from BUET in February 2021 with a major in Transportation Engineering. Her undergraduate thesis topic was ‘ Analyzing User Satisfaction of Ubers’ Ride Sharing Services by Structural Equation Modelling’ under the supervision of Prof. Md. Shamsul Hoque.

Her research interest broadly focuses on accident analysis,mode choice behaviour, road safety and transportation planning.


Conference Paper

  1. Huq, A. S., Debnath, K., Mohammad, N. B., Sakib, N., "The Evidence of Critical Issues in Transportation Infrastructures of Bangladesh to Introduce Connected and Autonomous Vehicles", 6th International Conference on Civil, Structural and Transportation Engineering (ICCSTE’21)
  2. Mohammad, N. B., and Huq, A. S., "Effects of COVID 19 Pandemic on Roadway Accident in Bangladesh", International Conference on Science & Technology for Celebrating the Birth Centenary of Bangabandhu (ICSTB-2021)


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