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DIU is Ranked 2nd among Private Universities in Bangladesh, 2019 (UniRank)

Daffodil International University (DIU) has been ranked second among all private universities in Bangladesh and sixth among Bangladeshi universities (both public and private) in the UniRank-2019.

UniRank tries to find out what are the most popular Universities in Bangladesh by publishing the 2019 Bangladeshi University Ranking of 128 recognized Bangladeshi higher-education institutions meeting the following uniRank selection criteria:

  • being chartered, licensed and/or accredited by the appropriate Bangladeshi higher education-related organization
    • offering at least four-year undergraduate degrees (bachelor degrees) or postgraduate degrees (master or doctoral degrees)
  • delivering courses predominantly in a traditional, face-to-face, non-distance education format
Their aim is to provide a non-academic League Table of the top Bangladeshi Universities based on valid, unbiased and non-influenceable web metrics provided by independent web intelligence sources rather than data submitted by the Universities themselves.

Link: https://www.4icu.org/bd/

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Daffodil International University (DIU) Achieved Prestigious Position in QS Asia University Rankings-2019



Daffodil International University (DIU) has achieved prestigious position in QS Asia University Rankings-2019, released today on 24 October, 2018. In terms of Academic reputation criterion of the ranking, DIU as the youngest university (established in 2002) has been ranked 6th amongest all the universities of Bangladesh. DIU’s position is Just after 2 public (University of Dhaka and BUET) and 3 other Private universities ( North South, BRAC, UIU).

QS Asia University Rankings is an annual publication of university rankings by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS)- a UK based organization which is the only international ranking to have received International Ranking Expert Group (IREG) approval. It is considered as one of the three most-widely recognized university rankings in the world.

This is not only a great achievement for Daffodil International University but also for the country as well. This recognition signifies DIU’s continuous commitment to implement and sustain the quality education and research at tertiary level of Bangladesh as well as quality employment of DIU graduates. By this our graduate’s employability will increase in global market.

Besides, Daffodil International University was the top ranked Bangladeshi university in the UI GreenMetric World University Rankings-2017 and was ranked 2nd in Ranking Web of Universities (Webometrics) in 2010 for web based activities and evaluation among all the public and private universities in Bangladesh. Daffodil International University has been advancing day by day in terms of quality education, quality research (publications and citations), graduates employment etc.

The management of Daffodil International University expressed their heartiest congratulations to all its students,faculty, officers and employees for their great effort and contribution at this achievement.

Link: https://www.topuniversities.com/universities/daffodil-international-university

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DIU ranked top Bangladeshi university in UI GreenMectric University Rankings-2018


A partial view of Green Campus of Daffodil International University

Daffodil International University has achieved the top position in Bangladesh and 158th position in the world in ‘UI GreenMetric World University Rankings 2018’ and added another milestone to its continuous global recognition initiative. Wageningen University & Research, Netherlandshas been ranked first in 2018 ranking list. This ranking is available at the official website of Universitas Indonesia (http://greenmetric.ui.ac.id/overall-ranking-2018/). All participating universities are ranked based on six indicators – Setting and Infrastructure (15%), Energy and Climate Change (21%), Waste (18%), Water (10%), Transportation (18%), and Education (18%).

UI GreenMetric is the only university rankings in the world that measures each participating university’s commitment in developing a‘safe environment friendly’ infrastructure and focuses on the current condition and policies related to green campus and sustainability in universities all over the world.

It may be mentioned that recently, Daffodil International University also achieved a prestigious position in the QS Asia University Rankings-2019 which signifies an international standard quality of education of the university as a result of discovering new ideas through research and publications.

This year total 719 universities from 81countries around the world took part in the UI Green Metric Rankings.  The most important significance of UI GreenMetric World University Rankings, done by Universitas Indonesia,is to combating global climate change, sustaining environment and ensuring green world through awareness as well as endeavor from global Higher Education Institutions.

Link: http://greenmetric.ui.ac.id/detailnegara2018/?negara=Bangladesh

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Rankings / DIU included in THE University Impact Rankings 2019
« on: May 14, 2019, 12:00:59 PM »
DIU included in Times Higher Education (THE) University Impact Rankings 2019



Daffodil International University (DIU) has been included in the Times Higher Education (THE) University Impact Rankings-2019.

Times Higher Education on April 3 published the results of the first University Impact Rankings -- a new league table that assess universities' performances against the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals.

Daffodil International University is the only Bangladeshi university which has made its spot in Times Higher Education (THE), QS Rankings and UI GreenMetric Rankings, said a press release.

To mark this achievement, DIU organised a Special Celebration of Achievement of World University Rankings yesterday at the 71 Milonayoton on its campus.

Prof Dr Yousuf M Islam, vice-chancellor of the university was present as the chief guest, while Prof Dr Kabirul Islam, director (research) of DIU presided over the program.

The event was also addressed by Prof Dr S M Mahabub Ul Haque Majumder, pro-vice chancellor of DIU and Prof Dr Engineer A K M Fazlul Hoque, registrar of the university.

Source: The Daily Star

Link: https://www.thedailystar.net/city/news/diu-included-the-university-impact-rankings-2019-1725037

Times Higher Education Link: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/world-university-rankings/daffodil-international-university-diu

The Daily Observer Link: https://www.observerbd.com/details.php?id=192065

The Independent Link: http://www.theindependentbd.com/home/printnews/195061

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Numerical evaluation of the performance of different materials in nonlinear optical applications

Abstract
In this research paper, a D-shape structure of photonic crystal fiber (PCF) is introduced. Here, prime optical transmission characteristics like as nonlinearity, numerical aperture (NA), effective area, confinement loss are obtained by selecting finer mesh and finite element method (FEM). Gallium phosphide (GaP), Tellurite, Silicon Nano Crystal, and Chalcogenide are separately used as a core material and they show better performance than previously published articles. Silicon nanocrystal provides the nonlinearity of 52358618.29 W−1Km−1, GaP of 3471273.165 W−1Km−1, chalcogenide of 3584986.3 W−1Km−1 and tellurite of 307870.6261 W−1Km−1 at the operating wavelength 0.1 μm. With our best of knowledge, the performance of different ceramics materials in optical nonlinear applications is evaluated for the first time. This structure also lends little mode area of 1.20 × 10−13 m2, low confinement loss of 4.32 × 10−4 at the wavelength 0.1 μm and high numerical aperture of 0.86 at 1.5 μm. All these outcomes can play an important role in biomedical imaging, sensing, supercontinuum application, amplification of optical parameter, and other nonlinear applications.

Authors:
Bipul Biswas; Kawsar Ahmed Bikash Kumar Paul Md. Abdul Khalek Muhammad Shahin Uddin

Source:
Results in Physics, Volume 13, June 2019, 102184
Link: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2211379719303997


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Optimization and cost-benefit assessment of hybrid power systems for off-grid rural electrification in Ethiopia

Abstract
Standalone solar photovoltaic systems are increasingly being distributed in Ethiopia, but these systems are sub-optimal due to their intermittent power supply. A hybrid system that integrates and optimizes across solar photovoltaic and complementary energy sources, such as wind and diesel generation, can improve reliability, and reduce the unit cost of power production. This study assesses the potential of a hybrid system to electrify a remote rural village in Ethiopia. The Hybrid Optimization of Multiple Electric Renewables model is used to assess primary data, develop a load profile and identify the optimal least-cost system option for the village. A sensitivity analysis was performed to determine the effect of variations in solar radiation, wind speed, and diesel price on optimal system configurations. The results show that a hybrid system with a combination of photovoltaic array, wind turbine, battery and diesel generator is the best option from an economic point of view. To meet the village's daily peak demand of 19.6 kW, energy generation cost is estimated at 0.207 dollars per kilowatt hour and net present cost at 82,734 dollars. The optimal system allows for a reduction of 37.3 tons of carbon dioxide emissions per year compared with diesel-only electricity generation.

Authors:
Kiflom Gebrehiwot, Md. Alam Hossain Mondal, Claudia Ringler, Abiti Getaneh Gebremeskel

Source: Energy
Volume 177, 15 June 2019, Pages 234-246

Link: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0360544219307285?via%3Dihub

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2018 / Survey of EMF emitted by domestic appliances in Dhaka
« on: May 12, 2019, 02:00:05 PM »
Survey of EMF emitted by domestic appliances in Dhaka

Abstract:   
This research aims to explore if the Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) released by numerous domestic appliances affects the people. There is a typical threshold value for electric and magnetic fields endorsed by the World Health Organization (WHO). Electro-Magnetic Fields can instigate health risks to a living organism. There has been no such study performed in Bangladesh on domestic appliances. The data were collected from various home appliances in different locations in Dhaka, Bangladesh: Baridhara, Shyamoli, Mirpur, and Shakher tek. Both threshold values of electric and magnetic fields, as well as magnetic field values, were measured for several electrical and electronic appliances. Results obtained from magnetic field maximum values revealed that in numerous instances the magnetic field released from the various devices had exceeded the threshold limit.

Authors:
Munima Haque, Md. Quamruzzaman and Shahina Haque

Source: ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 13 (18), pp. 4976-4986

Link: http://www.arpnjournals.org/jeas/research_papers/rp_2018/jeas_0918_7293.pdf

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An Aspect of Sentiment Analysis: Sentimental Noun with Dual Sentimental Words Analysis

Abstract:
With the increasing number of digital data and new technologies, business trends and model are becoming more dependent on computer science for making business decision and operation. By extracting user opinion for decision making and market analysis sentiment analysis is one of fast growing and reliable tool nowadays. Having a number of good research, the major issues of sentiment analysis have been solved except sentiment detection from the noun. Sometimes noun has sentiment base on the application, in this research, we have solved this with a possible solution for duel sentimental words. With existing technology, we applied some rules and developed a model to do this.

Authors:
Prosanta Kumar Chaki ; Ikrum Hossain ; Probhas Ranjan Chanda ; Shikha Anirban

Source: Scopus Database

Link: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8455159

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Design and Performance Exploration of a DGS Metamaterial MPA by Etching Four Dual Isosceles Triangular Defects on the Ground Plane

Abstract:
A design and performance analysis of a metamaterial (MTM) based rectangular microstrip patch antenna (RMPA) with four dual isosceles triangular defects on the metallic ground plane have been presented in this paper. At first, a conventional RMPA is designed by using Isola FR-408 (lossy) substrate material (ε r = 3.75 and tan δ = 0.0013). After that, the RMPA with four dual isosceles triangular defected ground structure (DGS) has been designed and verified as metamaterial with the help of Nicolson Ross Weir (NRW) method. Professional CST software has been used to perform the simulation of the designed antennas. The bandwidth of the proposed metamaterial antenna is enhanced by 345.71% compared to our designed conventional RMPA (105 MHz for conventional RMPA and 468 MHz for metamaterial RMPA), return loss is reduced from -23.10 dB to -44.299 dB, gain is enhanced from 0.205 dB to 6.291 dB, directivity is increased from 5.179 dB to 9.314 dB and voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR) is of 1.0123 which indicates very good VSWR.

Authors:
Liton Chandra Paul ; Md. Amdadul Haque ; Sohag Sarker ; Md. Mamun Ur Rashid ; Md. Ashraful Haque

Source:IEEEXplore

Link: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8465670

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Performance Evaluation of Random Forests and Artificial Neural Networks for the Classification of Liver Disorder

Abstract:
Liver is the major organ inside the human body which is very supportive for digesting food, eliminating poisons, and stocking energy. The rate of Liver disorder patients is rapidly rising all over the world. But it is very hard to identify the disorder from its ambiguous symptoms which increases the mortality rate due to this disease. The paper represents an expert scheme for the classification of liver disorder using Random Forests (RFs) and Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs). The methods train the input features using 10-fold cross validation fashion. The dataset named as BUPA liver dataset is retrieved from UCI machine learning repository for our research study. The performance of the proposed scheme is assessed in view of accuracy, positive predictive value, negative predictive value, sensitivity, specificity and F1 score. The scheme delivers a better result for training but comparatively low for testing. The scheme obtained the accuracy of 80% and 85.29% by RFs and ANNs respectively along with the F1 score of 75.86% and 82.76% in testing phase.

Authors:
Md. Rezwanul Haque ; Md. Milon Islam ; Hasib Iqbal ; Md. Sumon Reza ; Md. Kamrul Hasan

Source: IEEExplore

Link: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8465658

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An Adaptive Routing Algorithm for on-chip 2D Mesh Network with an Efficient Buffer Allocation Scheme

Abstract:
Network-on-Chip (NoC) is thought to be an effective packet-switched on chip arrangement for System-on-Chip (SoC) paradigm. Using router in a NoC, higher throughput is facilitated which is desirable for dealing with the difficulty of current systems. For proper usage of the communication bandwidth and to diminish transportation delay, an intelligent routing mechanism is required. Also a proper buffer management is essential to reduce packet drops and area overhead. Several routing algorithms and buffering techniques are proposed so far. In this paper, we propose a modified XY routing algorithm coupled with an on-demand buffer allocation concept for a mesh on-chip network and compare the performance of our algorithm with other frequently used algorithm named as Odd-Even and DyAD routing. Simulation results indicate that the proposed algorithm achieves better performance than traditional XY-routing and other algorithms in terms of latency and throughput. Again, the effect of using different number of virtual channels in the router buffer is also studied here.

Authors:
Syeda Tanjila Atik ; M.M. Imran ; Julkar N Mahi ; Jenia A Jeba ; Z I Chowdhury ; M S Kaiser

Source: 2018 International Conference on Computer, Communication, Chemical, Material and Electronic Engineering (IC4ME2)
https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/mostRecentIssue.jsp?punumber=8433310

Link: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8465582

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Sentiment Extraction from Bangla Text : A Character Level Supervised Recurrent Neural Network Approach

Abstract:
Over the recent years, people are heavily getting involved in the virtual world to express their opinions and feelings. Each second, hundreds of thousands of data are being gathered in the social media sites. Extraction of information from these data and finding their sentiments is known as a sentiment analysis. Sentiment analysis (SA) is an autonomous text summarization and analysis system. It is one of the most active research areas in the field of NLP and also widely studied in data mining, web mining and text mining. The significance of sentiment analysis is picking up day by day due to its direct impact on various businesses. However, it is not so straightforward to extract the sentiments when it comes to the Bangla language because of its complex grammatical structure. In this paper, a deep learning model was developed to train with Bangla language and mine the underlying sentiments. A critical analysis was performed to compare with a different deep learning model across different representation of words. The main idea is to represent Bangla sentence based on characters and extract information from the characters using a Recurrent Neural Network (RNN). These extracted information are decoded as positive, negative and neutral sentiment.

Authors:
Mohammad Salman Haydar ; Mustakim Al Helal ; Syed Akhter Hossain

Published in: 2018 International Conference on Computer, Communication, Chemical, Material and Electronic Engineering (IC4ME2)https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/mostRecentIssue.jsp?punumber=8433310

Link: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8465606

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A Comprehensive Study of Data Mining Techniques in Health-care, Medical, and Bioinformatics

Abstract:
Data mining and Data warehousing is an imperative part of explore and is realistically worn in diverse domains resembling funding, quantifiable research, teaching, retail, e-business, marketing, health care etc. Many researchers have been systematically been reviewed and surveyed in health care, which is an active interdisciplinary area that is extent of data mining. The task of comprehension removal in the health care records is a demanding undertaking and intricate too. This review paper mainly focused on to find the existing data mining methods and techniques described in different academic literature based on health care data. Several data mining tools have been applied to set of selected diseases to find the accuracy of each particular tool. It is complicated to select one data mining tool for all kind of diseases analysis exhibition. Health care professionals can gain a solid understating from this study while selecting data mining tools to analyze their data.

Authors:
Md. Robel Mia ; Syed Akhter Hossain ; Amit Chakraborty Chhoton ; Narayan Ranjan Chakraborty

Source:
IEEEXplore
Link: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8465626

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Investigation of the Dependency of an Inset Feed Rectangular Patch Antenna Parameters with the Variation of Notch Width for WiMax Applications

Abstract:
The aim of this paper is to investigate the dependency of antenna performance parameters of an inset feed rectangular microstrip patch antenna (RMPA) with the variation of notch width at 2.4 GHz. Various antenna performance parameters like return loss, radiation pattern, center operating frequency, directivity, gain and bandwidth of the proposed and designed antenna are obtained by using advanced design system (ADS) momentum. The purpose of this analysis is to find out the optimum inset width of an inset feed RMPA for WiMax (2.2 ~3.4 GHz) application with better bandwidth and improved return loss. A reduced return loss of -37.131 dB for 2.5 mm notch width was obtained. There is strong correlation of the resonant frequency with the notch width (\pmbr=0.98, p ≈ 0).

Authors:
Liton Chandra Paul
Dept. of ETE, Pabna University of Science & Technoloav, Pabna, 6600, Bangladesh
Ajay Krishno Sarkar
Dept. of EEE, Raishahi University of Engineering & Technology, Raishahi, 6204, Bangladesh
Md. Ashraful Haque
Dept. of EEE, Daffodil International University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Palash Miah
Dept. of EEE, Islamic University of Technology, Gazipur, Bangladesh
Purno Mohon Ghosh
Dept. of ETE, Pabna University of Science & Technoloav, Pabna, 6600, Bangladesh
Md. Rashedul Islam
Dept. of ETE, Pabna University of Science & Technoloav, Pabna, 6600, Bangladesh

Source: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Electronics, Communication and Aerospace Technology, ICECA 2018, art. no. 8474908, pp. 151-154. (IEEEXplore)
Link:
https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8474908?denied=

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Silicon nano crystal filled photonic crystal fiber for high nonlinearity

Abstract
A novel design of circular hybrid photonic crystal fiber (CH-PCF) with high nonlinearity and high numerical aperture (NA) is introduced in this paper. The numerical simulation results are obtained by using finite element method (FEM) and selecting finer mesh. Some fundamental optical parameters such as nonlinearity, effective area, scattering loss, power fraction and NA for the two orthogonal polarized modes are rigorously evaluated. Significant improvement of PCFs in terms of the non-linearity and NA are demonstrated by carefully investigating of the geometrical parameters of structure. The reported design undoubtedly confirms high nonlinearity of 128873.1183 W−1km−1 for x-polarization and 152134.1052 W−1 km−1 for y-polarization respectively at the optical wavelength of 0.5 μm. Simultaneously, outmost NA of 0.57 and 0.59 are found at optical wavelength λ = 2.5 μm. So, the obtained outcomes make the proposed PCF a prominent candidate in super continuum generation as well as all optical signal processing applications.

Authors:
Bikash KumarPaul; FahadAhmed; Md GolamMoctader; KawsarAhmed; DhasarathanVigneswaran

Source:
Optical Materials, 84, pp. 545-549. Cited 4 times.
Link: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0925346718305160

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