Md Golam Kibria, PhD.
Dr. Kibria is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering at University of Calgary, Canada. He received MSc and PhD degrees from McMaster and McGill University, respectively. He worked as Banting Fellow at University of Toronto. He is interested in artificial photosynthesis, nanomaterials, heterogeneous catalysis, system design, techno-economic and life-cycle analysis for sustainable synthesis of renewable fuels and feedstocks, including electro- /photo-catalysis for CO2 conversion and water splitting for sustainable energy and environment. He has published over 45 peer-reviewed articles in refereed Journals, including Science, Nature Communications, Advanced Materials, Energy and Environmental Science, Journal of American Chemical Society, 3 book-chapters, 5 patents (filed) and over 50 conference presentations in the broad area of Artificial Photosynthesis. Dr. Kibria is a recipient of Academic Gold Medal, Tomlinson Doctoral fellowship from McGill University, Green Talents Award from German Federal Ministry etc.
Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering
University of Calgary, Canada
Banting Post-doctoral Fellow
University of Toronto, Canada
McGill University, Canada
Khulna University of Engineering and Technology (KUET), Bangladesh
PhD. in Chemical Engineering Department
McGill University, Canada
Ph.D. Thesis Title: High Efficiency Photochemical Water Splitting on III-Nitride Nanowires
MASc. in Electrical and Computer Engineering
McMaster University, Canada
M.Sc. Thesis Title: Plasma Activated Bonding for Wafer Scale Nano-Integration
Yuhang Wang, Ziyun Wang, Cao-Thang Dinh, Jun Li, Adnan Ozden, Md Golam Kibria, et al., “Catalyst synthesis under CO2 electroreduction favours faceting and promotes renewable fuels electrosynthesis”. Nature Catalysis, 2019.
Md Golam Kibria, Cao‐Thang Dinh, Ali Seifitokaldani, Phil De Luna, Thomas Burdyny, Rafael Quintero‐Bermudez, Michael B Ross, Oleksandr S Bushuyev, F Pelayo García de Arquer, Peidong Yang, David Sinton, Edward H Sargent, A Surface Reconstruction Route to High Productivity and Selectivity in CO2Electroreduction toward C2+ Hydrocarbons, Advanced Materials, DOI: 10.1002/adma.201804867, 2018.
C. T. Dinh, T. Burdyny, M. G. Kibria, A. Seifitokaldani, C. M. Gabardo, F. P. G. de Arquer, A. Kiani, J. P. Edwards, P. De Luna, O. S. Bushuyev, C. Zou, R. Quintero-Bermudez, Y. Pang, D. Sinton, & E. H. Sargent “CO2 electroreduction to ethylene via hydroxide-mediated copper catalysis at an abrupt interface”, Science (2018)
M. G. Kibria, F.A. Chowdhury, S. Zhao, B. AlOtaibi, M.L. Trudeau, H. Guo, and Z. Mi, “Visible Light Driven Efficient Overall Water Splitting Using p-type Group III-Nitride Nanowire Arrays.” Nature Communications, 6, 6797 (2015).
M. G. Kibria, S. Zhao, F. A. Chowdhury, Q. Wang, H. P. T. Nguyen, M. L. Trudeau, H. Guo, and Z. Mi, “Tuning the Surface Fermi Level on p-type GaN Nanowires for Efficient Overall Water Splitting.” Nature Communications, 5, 3825 (2014).
ENGG 319 - Probability And Statistics For Engineers - Fall 2019
Presentation and description of data, introduction to probability theory, Bayes’ theorem, discrete and continuous probability distributions, estimation, sampling distributions, tests of hypotheses on means, variances and proportions, simple linear regression and correlation. Applications are chosen from engineering practice. This course may not be repeated for credit.
- Credit towards degree requirements will be given for only one of Engineering 319, Political Science 399, Psychology 312, Sociology 311, Statistics 205, 213 and 217, 327; that one being a course(s) appropriate to the particular degree program.
- Mathematics 277 or Applied Mathematics 219 or Energy Engineering 240.
- Credit for Engineering 319 and Biomedical Engineering 319 will not be allowed.