Seminar: Session with “Columbia University”
EducationUSA Bangladesh

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lun. 21/08/2017 de 15h00 à 16h00/strike>

EducationUSA Bangladesh
J Block, Progoti Sharoni, Baridhara
1212 Dhaka
Bangladesh
Current International Students from “Columbia University ” will talk about “University Application Process, Scholarship Process, Class and Research & Life in U.S” The program is designed for both Undergraduate Students.
***Registration Link: surveymonkey.com/r/WGZY29Q
Please bring a valid Photo ID.
MONDAY , August 21, 2017
Time: 3:00pm-4:00pm
Venue: The American Center
Plot No -1, Progati Sharani
J-Block, Baridhara, Dhaka
(Opposite from the U.S. Embassy Dhaka, next to Notun Bazar by the Maa O Shishu Clinic)
Speaker Bio:
Tahmid Munat: Tahmid is a senior at the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science at Columbia University. He is currently researching on Distributed Computing and have projects varying from multi stage cluster rockets to cosmological simulations. A member of the Columbia Space Initiative led by Hubble Astronaut Mike Massimino, his group of engineers have secured funding from NASA and are currently developing a Cube Satellite (U-class spacecraft). Tahmid’s unique program culminates in a dual Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Columbia University and in Liberal Arts (concentration in Physics) from Sarah Lawrence College.

Supantho Raxit: Supantho is an incoming freshman (class of 2021) at Columbia University. He did his HSC from Notre Dame College and successfully pursued admissions at both home and abroad, including EEE@BUET and EEE@DU. He was a member of the International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) and Asian Physics Olympiad (APhO) National teams in 2015. Supantho’s extensive research and collaboration with his APhO & IPhO peers on advanced physics problems has seen him publish a paper in the European Journal of Physics. His intended major at Columbia is Theoretical Physics and Mathematics.
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