Nadimul Haque Faisal

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Nadimul Faisal always welcome any request for collaborative research & teaching work. He also look for bright, self-motivated, energetic and enthusiastic researcher (and students) to join his research team. Please contact if you are really interested in his work and would like to join the team.

The visiting researchers (sponsored or self-funded) is expected to benefit from multi-disciplinary research collaborations. Please submit your personal statement including a short CV to ( The overseas students are encouraged to get funding from their government or other sponsors. He also advise the interested applicants to apply for different scholarships or fellowships schemes.

He also undertake industrial consultancies and contractual projects on the basis of his expertise in mechanical and materials engineering, through Commercial Operations Support (COS), and Material Testing Services (MTS), Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK.

Research Collaborations
He collaborated with many industrial, academic groups, innovation centres and funding councils across the world. Below are some of examples of current and past collaborators:

Industrial Collaborations/Contracts
AquaMoor Ltd, Corrosion RADAR Ltd, Combined Pumps Ltd, Micro Materials Ltd, Monitor Coatings Ltd, Saudi ARAMCO, SMS Oilfield Ltd, Subsea7, The Stab-in-Pipe Ltd, Turtle Pack Ltd, Xi Engineering Consultants Ltd

Academic Collaborations
Alfaisal University, Birla Institute of Technology (BITS-Pilani), Cranfield University, Heriot-Watt University, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Indian Institute of Technology Patna, University of Aberdeen, University of Northumbria, University of Nottingham, University of Surrey, Technical University of Ostrava, The University of Dublin, Queen׳s University of Belfast, University of Exeter, London South Bank University.

Innovation Centres
Centre of Excellence for Sensor and Imaging Systems (CENSIS), Oil & Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC)

Funding Councils
Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), Scottish Funding Council (SFC), The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland