Researcher

Dr K M Mohibul Kabir

My Expertise

Microfabrication; Analytical Chemistry; Chemical Sensor; Surface Acoustic Wave Device; Quartz Crystal Microbalance; Conductometric sensors; Differential Ion Mobility Spectrometry; RF electronics; Materials Science; Nanotechnology

Field of Research (FoR)

Biography

Dr Mohibul Kabir is an ARC DECRA Fellow at UNSW's School of Chemistry. His current research is focused towards the development of a develop a high-performance, cost-effective, palm-portable differential ion mobility spectrometer for universal chemical analysis that operates at atmospheric pressure and consumes minimal power.. Dr Kabir has expertise in highly interdisciplinary research fields of microelectronics, microfabrication, radio...view more

Dr Mohibul Kabir is an ARC DECRA Fellow at UNSW's School of Chemistry. His current research is focused towards the development of a develop a high-performance, cost-effective, palm-portable differential ion mobility spectrometer for universal chemical analysis that operates at atmospheric pressure and consumes minimal power.. Dr Kabir has expertise in highly interdisciplinary research fields of microelectronics, microfabrication, radio frequency engineering and materials chemistry. He was awarded RMIT University’s Vice Chancellor's Award for Research Excellence HDR in 2016 as a recognition of “achieving the highest levels of excellence in research during the completion of his PhD degree” in the field of microsensors development for toxic chemical detection. 

Academic Qualifications

PhD in Applied Chemistry, 2013-2016, School of Applied Sciences, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

MSc in Electrical & Electronic Engineering, 2011-2013, Islamic University of Technology, Bangladesh

BSc (Hons.) in Electrical & Electronic Engineering, 2005-2009, Islamic University of Technology, Bangladesh

Research Grant

ARC DECRA Fellowship (2019-2022): $401K

Project Title: High-performance, portable ion-mobility surface-acoustic wave spectrometry

Awards

RMIT Vice Chancellor's Prize for Research Excellence- HDR (2016)

RMIT Agilent Technologies Prize for Excellence in Separation Science (2016)

Publications 

Complete list of publications is available in Google Scholar Profile


My Research Supervision


Supervision keywords


Areas of supervision

Microfabrication

Microsensors

Ion Seperation

Differential Ion Mobility Spectrometry (DMS)

Field Asymmetric Ion Mobility Spectrometry (FAIMS)

Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) sensor

Quartz Crystal Microbalance (QCM) sensor

Chemiresistive sensor


Currently supervising

Anthony Tran (Hons. Student)

Ezaz Ahmed (Co-supervising PhD candidate)

Diana Zhang (Mentoring PhD candidate) 

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Contact

+61 02 9065 2614