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Ph.D. student of Physics with varied background in computation and problem solving. Have almost 4.5 years of experience in Data analysis and Data visualization. Proficient in working with large data sets using statistical software like Tableau and SQL and have good command over Python, C++.


    • Apr 2020
  • A text mining analysis of the climate change literature in industrial ecology
  • Fazle Rabbi Dayeen, Abhinav S. Sharma, Sybil Derrible. Journal of Industrial Ecology, Volume 24, Issue 2, April 2020, Pages 276-284.
  • We used latent Dirichlet allocation (LDA)—a probabilistic approach to retrieve topics from the abstract of over 35,000 publications on industrial ecology to uncover the main topics (consisting of new terms) that naturally emerge from them. The evolution in time of the importance of some emerging topics is then analyzed on the basis of their relative frequency. Overall, a rapid growth in climate change publications is observed.
    • Oct 2016
  • Multi-multifractality, dynamic scaling and neighbourhood statistics in weighted planar stochastic lattice
  • F.R. Dayeen, M.K. Hassan, Chaos, Solitons & Fractals, Volume 91, October 2016, Pages 228-234, ISSN 0960-0779.
  • We show that except the conservation of the total area, each of the infinitely many non-trivial conservation laws is actually a multifractal measure and hence weighted planar stochastic lattice (WPSL) is a multi-multifractal. We also find that the Lewis law for weighted planar stochastic lattice is obeyed for up to \(k=8\) and the Aboav–Weaire law is violated for the entire range of \(k\).
    • Sept 2012
  • Analysis of constraint structure of coupling of vector gauge field to a massive tensor field in presence of pseudoscalar and a scalar mass term
  • A thesis submitted on toward the degree of Master of Science in Theoretical Physics by Fazle Rabbi Dayeen
  • We consider a model in which vector gauge field is coupled directly to an antisymmetric tensor field in presence of a pseudoscalar and a pure scalar mass term and hence calculate the degrees of freedom.


    • Jan 2020 - Current
  • Ph.D. Student
  • Illinois Institute of Technology, Department of Physics
    • Aug 2014 - May 2019
  • Visiting Researcher/ Graduate Student
  • University of Illinois Chicago, Department of Physics
    • Jan 2013
  • Master of Science
  • University of Dhaka, Department of Theoretical Physics
  • Thesis on Quantum Field Theory
    • Mar 2011
  • Bachelor of Science (Hons)
  • University of Dhaka, Department of Physics
  • Minor: Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics


  • Programming: Python, C, C++
  • Tools: Tableau, Mathematica, SQL, AWS


  • Illinois Institute of Technology, Center for Molecular Study of Condensed Soft Matter
    • Jan 2021- Current
  • Research Assistant
  • Arranging and preparing samples for experiment.
  • Running experiments, recording and analyzing the data.

    • Jan 2020- Dec 2020
  • Teaching Assistant
  • Holding discussion sessions and help students to understand the topics and lab experiments.
  • Making quizzes, grading exams and tutoring.

  • University of Illinois Chicago
    • Aug 2014- May 2019
  • Teaching Assistant
  • Running lab sessions and help students with experiment topics.
  • Attending meeting, proctoring and grading exams, tutoring and holding office hours.

Leadership Activities

  • Departmental Representative at Graduate Student Council (UIC)
  • Goal was to support students with travel and project awards, unites them with meaningful social and cultural events, and represents the UIC graduate student body in the many different organizations and events.
  • Trade Winds, (UIC)
  • Active participant of intercultural friendship program between international students and U.S. students.
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