Dr. A. J. Saleh Ahammad, Associate Professor of the Department of Chemistry, Jagannath University has secured a place in the list of the world’s best among two percent science researchers. The list was published on October 4 (Wednesday) this year in a joint survey of Stanford University in the United States and Elsevier, the world’s leading article publishing company based in the Netherlands.
Dr. A. J. Saleh Ahammad was previously ranked 2nd from Jagannath University in the World’s Researchers list of AD Scientific Index of 2023.
The list is based on a full year of research and another career based on best researchers. Dr. A. J. Saleh Ahammad, Associate Professor of the Department of Chemistry, Jagannath University has been placed in the list based on one year’s research. Till now, he has published about 100 publications and research works that include Research Articles, Review Papers, and Book chapters.
The research field of Dr. A. J. Saleh Ahammad includes basically Electrochemical sensors, Surface modifications, Electro analytical methods, and Energy Storage etc. The research works published in many reputed journals such as American Chemical Society (ACS), Elsevier, Royal Society and many more.
Recently he has been appointed as a Consultant for a Project at King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals situated in Saudi Arabia.
Dr. A. J. Saleh Ahammad says, “I am proud to be a part of the World’s top 2% Scientists list made by Elsevier and Stanford University, USA. I am also proud to be a representative of both Jagannath University and Bangladesh. The list contains very few scientists from Bangladesh. To grow as developed countries like China and India, we have to be rich in the research field. Research field can play the key role in the Development of Bangladesh. The government should give emphasis on the proper distribution of funds and provide the facilities to the researchers. Countries like Bangladesh have some talented researchers who can be a great asset for the country. I think proper measures should be taken so that our talented minds are nurtured well and given the right opportunities. I have seen that countries like Saudi Arabia are giving the best opportunities and facilities to the researchers. So, in order to develop as a nation, there is no substitute for research.”
Ananna, a student of JnU says, “This is a very proud moment for us. Saleh sir is an inspiration for all of us. We are very lucky to have him as our teacher. We congratulate sir for his extraordinary achievements.”
Rakib, a student of JnU says, “We are proud of him and wish that may Saleh sir will be more successful in life.”
He is an idol: Guiding us with wisdom, inspiring us with knowledge, and shaping our futures with care.
Md Towsif ur Rahman,JnU Correspondent